Acknowledgements Allaben Office of the general Counsel US of Public Instruction Bismarck, north DakotaNadine Schwab Connecticut Department of education Hartford, Connecticut http://nces.ed.gov/pubs97/p97527/Acknowle.htm
Extractions: Protecting the Privacy of Student Records Acknowledgments Protecting the Privacy of Student Records: Guidelines for Education Agencies is the product of a collaborative effort involving numerous individuals from federal, state, and local education agencies, public and private educational institutions, and national professional associations, as well as educators, administrators, and researchers. Members of the Data Confidentiality Task Force of the National Forum on Education Statistics and Lee Hoffman of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) provided leadership and painstakingly reviewed every draft of the manuscript. (Their names and affiliation are listed in the Foreword of this document.) In addition, authors are most grateful to LeRoy Rooker and Ellen Campbell of the Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education. They explained and clarified the federal laws and their regulations, and reviewed several versions of the manuscript. In October 1996, a group of federal agency representatives met in Washington, D.C. to review the document and provided invaluable suggestions on specific issues related to their respective programs: Robert Burton National Center for Education Statistics U.S. Department of Education
Extractions: Wyoming Firsts Wyoming boasts the world's first National Park, Yellowstone National Park, the first national forest, the Shoshone east and southeast of Yellowstone, and the first National Monument, Devil's Tower. In 1872. Congress set aside more than 2.2 million acres, which later became the northwest corner of Wyoming, as Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is truly a world apart containing wonders such as Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful Geyser and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The Shoshone National Forest, which is east and southeast of Yellowstone and between Cody and Dubois, was the first National Forest in the U.S. Waapiti ranger station, east of Cody on the North Fork of the Shoshoe River, was the first ranger station in the U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower at the nation's first National Monument in 1906, after many years of effort. Sacred to the Native American Indian, some scientists believe it to a skeleton of a volcano. Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote.
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Extractions: Solo law practice for sale - General law practice in Crookstoncounty seat of Polk County. Building and equipment for sale with practice. A "turn key" opportunity to start practicing in a small town. Write to: John Winters, Box 434, Crookston, MN 56716. Or call at (218)281-1721. Judicial Referee-Bismarck (half-time) Assistant States Attorney - The Williams County States Attorneys Office is accepting applications for the full-time position of Assistant States Attorney. Salary $29,000 - $34,000 commensurate with experience; benefits including dental/vision. This position will remain open until filled. For copy of job description contact Williams County States Attorneys Office. Applications and resumes may be sent directly to States Attorneys Office. Minimum qualifications listed on job description including, but not limited to, licensed to practice law in State of North Dakota. Williams County States Attorneys Office; PO Box 2047; Williston ND 58802-2047 (701)577-4577 STAFF ATTORNEY - FARGO - Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, Inc. (SMRLS) - Migrant Unit is seeking a staff attorney for its Fargo office. This position might be hired as a contract position, depending on other staffing needs. SMRLS would consider a three-month to one-year contract, as well as, regular employment. The position involves providing legal assistance to eligible farmworkers and their families in northwest Minnesota and in North Dakota. Applicants must be licensed to practice in Minnesota or in North Dakota. Salary: $33,000 and up D.O.E., pursuant to scale. Benefits provided. Please send resumes immediately to: Maria Luisa Giese, Executive Secretary, SMRLS, 46 East 4th Street, Suite 700, St. Paul, MN 55101.
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Extractions: Welcome to the Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium! We develop products and services for Agriculture, for Natural Resource Management, and for K-12 Education, using satellite imagery and other spatial technologies. We also provide information and educational outreach services to the general public with respect to regional impacts of environmental and climatic change. We provide products, services, and information to the general public by operating as a Public Access Resource Center, or PARC, focused principally on the agriculture, natural resource management, and education communities.
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Extractions: A listing of faculty, administrative, executive, and research positions from The Chronicle of Higher Education. Focus is primarily on US institutions, with listings from Canada, Asia, Australia and elsewhere. New jobs are posted every day and remain posted on the web for 30 days. One of the largest collections of higher education employment opportunities on the Internet. HigherEdJobs.com HigherEdJobs.com lists over 5,000 faculty and administrative positions at over 600 colleges and universities. One of the largest collections of higher education positions on the Internet. New jobs are added daily. Job seekers can register to receive job postings via email. They can also save their resume/vita and apply for positions electronically. The service is free for job seekers. Academic Employment Network The Academic Position Network (APN) is a web-based project of The William C. Norris Institute, a non-profit corporation based in Bloomington, Minnesota. APN provides daily updates of faculty, administrative, post-doc, and professional staff positions in higher education. An interactive database allows you to search for openings by geographic region, position title, or institutional type. Focus is primarily on the United States.
Extractions: National Wildlife Refuge System Centennial Events At the North Dakota Game and Fish Department we pride ourselves in maintaining some of the most varied hunting and fishing in the nation. For anglers, North Dakota has hundreds of places to fish for walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, trout, and bluegill. Lake Sakakawea is nationally recognized for its Chinook salmon and walleye fishing. Devils Lake's large-sized yellow perch draw anglers from spring through the winter ice-fishing season. The Red River is famous for its trophy-sized catfish. For hunters, North Dakota is the ultimate for duck and goose hunting, which comes as no surprise because we lead the nation in annual duck production. Ring-necked pheasant and sharp-tailed grouse give our upland game hunters plenty of opportunity from early fall through the winter. Deer hunters look forward to next year's season all year long. From just about anywhere in the state, hunters and anglers can find a multitude of hunting and fishing choices. Whether it be a morning of duck hunting followed by a late season fishing trip for Lake Sakakawea salmon, to a day of sharp-tailed grouse hunting followed by an early evening bow hunt for white-tailed deer, we think you will agree that we provide variety in hunting and fishing.
Extractions: Online Lottery Applications Instant Licensing on the Web Governor Prohibits Import Of Whole Elk, Deer Carcasses Spring Light Goose Update ... Report a Violation Variety best describes hunting in North Dakota. Whatever species you are interested in hunting, you will have to search long and hard to find more opportunity. Waterfowl (Geese, Ducks, Coots, Mergansers, Swan) - During the fall migrations thousands of potholes and sloughs attract migrating ducks in countless numbers, bolstering an already huge population of birds hatched and raised in the state. ( Incidentally, we lead the nation in duck production.) A sizeable population of resident giant Canada geese is soon augmented by hundreds of thousands of migrating geese that stop over on their journey southward. Small/Upland Game (Grouse, Dove, Crane, Pheasant, Snipe, Woodcock, Squirrel, Hungarian Partridge) - Early fall seasons for mourning dove and sharp-tailed grouse allow a hunter to enjoy chilly mornings and warm afternoons on the prairie. Come October our sandhill crane and ring-necked pheasant seasons generate a lot of attention. Big Game (Deer, Pronghorn, Moose, Elk, Bighorn Sheep) - Our deer and pronghorn archery seasons begin in early fall. Later, the gun seasons for pronghorn, moose, elk, and bighorn sheep bring out hunters lucky enough to have drawn one of these special permits. Deer gun season the most popular among residents begins in early November.
Extractions: Program Brochure ... College of Nursing The RN/BSN Option is an upper division completion program designed for the Registered Nurse (RN) student who wishes to pursue a baccalaureate degree in nursing. The program requires a total of 129 credits which includes University of North Dakota general education, residency and College of Nursing upper division course requirements. Credits may be transferred from accredited colleges and universities. Admission to UND is required to enroll in the RN/BSN program and can occur at any time during the year. To apply electronically, please fill out the North Dakota University System Application The College of Nursing RN/BSN Option builds upon prior learning and experience. Each course in the nursing major is designed to provide the RN with advanced knowledge in concepts, theories and principles related to nursing roles, care of individuals, families and the community, focusing upon and directed toward promotion, maintenance and restoration of health. The curriculum objectives focus on the nursing process as the methodology for providing comprehensive nursing care in a variety of settings.
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Extractions: Skip Navigation Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index ... Contact Us Search: Advanced My Profile Add to My.ED.gov Bookmarks ED Priorities ... Contact Us Overview of ED Programs and Services The U.S Department of Education administers a number of programs to ensure equal access to education and promote educational excellence for all Americans, and to make sure that no child is left behind. Information about those programs can be found in the searchable Guide to ED Programs The responsibilities of the U.S. Department of Education generally fall into six important areas: Providing national leadership and partnerships to address critical issues in American education Serving as a national clearinghouse of good ideas Helping families pay for college Helping local communities and schools meet the most pressing needs of their students ... Ensuring nondiscrimination by recipients of federal education funds Providing National Leadership and Partnerships to Address Critical Issues in American Education The Secretary of Education highlights contemporary education problems that need to be addressed across America. For example, in 1983, former Secretary of Education Terrel Bell issued A Nation At Risk , which galvanized public concern about education when it warned that low student achievement levels were threatening the nation's international competitiveness. In response, many states and communities raised their high school graduation requirements and the proportion of high school graduates taking the core curriculum recommended in the report more than tripled between 1982 and 1992.