Useful Federal Equity Resources The agencies listed in below are good resources for educators It is based at theUniversity of oklahoma's College of Continuing education, Public and http://www.umich.edu/~eqtynet/resources.fed.html
Extractions: As an equity assistance center, P.E.O. coordinates its efforts with other agencies promoting equity for all children in K-12 education. The agencies listed in below are good resources for educators pursuing this goal. The Office of School Improvement Programs (SIP) supports the mission of the U.S. Department of Education and the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education by providing programs that improve the quality of teaching and learning, support choice in public schools and communities while respecting the individual differences and learning styles of all children. Equity Assistance Centers (EACs): A nationwide system of 10 Equity Assistance Centers (EACs) that provide technical assistance to K-12 schools in their efforts to help all students learn to high standards whatever their race, gender, or national origin. EACS are supported in part by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of School Improvement Programs under Title IV of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Region Served Contact Information Region I: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island New Hampshire, and Vermont
SEOKAHEC with other agencies and individuals in the health care community. Partners. OklahomaState University Center for Health Sciences AHEC, Clinical education, http://www.seokahec.org/info.htm
Extractions: (SeOK AHEC) We are a part of the Oklahoma AHEC network. We serve the following counties in Southeastern Oklahoma; Leflore, Haskell, Sequoyah, McCurtain, Coal, Bryan, Pittsburg, McIntosh, Latimer, Pushmataha, Choctaw, Atoka, Hughes, Seminole, Pontotoc, Johnson, and Marshall. Other AHEC programs in OK include: OK AHEC Program Office (Tulsa), OCHEC (Tulsa), NE AHEC (Tulsa), NW AHEC/RHP (Enid), and SW AHEC (Lawton). SeOK AHEC is located on the campus of Carl Albert State College in Poteau, OK. We work with multiple health education programs, colleges, universities, public schools, civic, volunteer and government orgainzations. Our Goals Promote health professions as career choices to youth and adults, especially minorities and students from rural or underserved areas. Provide educational opportunities to students in clinical training programs especially those emphasizing primary and preventative care.
ERIC/EECE York North Carolina, North Dakota Ohio oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania by the US Departmentof education and is EECE Web Address http//ericeece.org Send comments http://ericeece.org/statlink.html
Workplace Basic Skills.com training is offered to employers and public education and training agencies in addition SolutionsCenter of the State Chamber / oklahoma's Association of http://www.workplacebasicskills.com/non_frame/us_map/Oklahoma_state.htm
Extractions: Learning Support General The Lifelong Learning Section supervises the Adult Education and Literacy Program for the State of Oklahoma. Statewide Adult Learning Centers provide services in literacy and basic skills instruction, including reading, writing, and numeracy, life skills, workplace literacy, English as a Second Language and GED preparation and testing.
Extractions: We help teams and leaders become more effective. Since a successful business learns to do more things with fewer resources, the ability to work together can give your staff a competitive edge. Customized programs range from three-hour, indoor programs to multi-day, high adventure workshops focusing on specific issues. Examples of programs are white-water rafting trips, high-speed go-cart driving school, leadership development workshops, communication skills, and team development programs. Prices vary depending on the specific program. For more information contact Mark Rose at (405) 325-0464 or visit the web site at www.OUropes.ou.edu The Oklahoma Affiliate Office is located at the University of Oklahoma and serves the state as an extension of the American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT). CREDIT evaluates formal training offered by business, industry, government agencies, continuing education training centers, and professional associations for college credit recommendations. Colleges and universities throughout Oklahoma award CREDIT recommendations for extrainstitutional learning.
Extractions: Oklahoma State Department of Education Thank you for visiting the Early Childhood/Family Education resource page. This site was especially developed for administrators, teachers, and parents of young children. Oklahoma Parents As Teachers Four-Year-Old Program Kindergarten Resources for Professionals A World of Kindergarten The mission of this association is to promote and support in the global community the optimal education and development of children, from birth through early adolescence, and to influence the professional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are committed to the needs of children. Children's Literature Web Guide
Extractions: Center for the Child Care Workforce www.ccw.org Child Care Bureau www.cdacouncil.org Children's Defense Fund www.childrensdefense.org Circle of Inclusion www.circleofinclusion.org Recalled Child Products and Toys www.childproductsafety.com Connect for Kids www.connectforkids.org Council for Professional Recognition CDA information www.cdacouncil.org Council on Accreditation www.coanet.org DHS - Division of Child Care www.okdhs.org/childcare Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma (ECAO) www.ecaok.org Early Childhood.com www.earlychildhood.com Friends of Early Care and Education www.foee.org Healthy Child Care America Newsletter www.nccic.org/hcca/nl.html Home Based Working Moms www.hbwm.com/index.htm MCH Early Childhood Development and Parent education Program www.health.state.ok.us/program/mchecd/index.html Metrofamily Magazine www.metrofamilymagazine.com
ACC-Resources-Education of the North Central Regional education Laboratory (NCREL located at the Universityof oklahoma, proposes a and community and government agencies as opposed to http://www.americaconnects.net/resources/default.asp?topicid=22
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Extractions: DIRECTORY OF STATE GRANT AGENCIES Please update your bookmarks. To reduce duplication of effort we have gathered this information from various locations on our web site and now use a consolidated database for these organizations. If your browser does not automatically redirect you to the new location in less than 10 seconds please click here Page last modified: March 05, 2001 ( eal Return to ... Finding Out About Financial Aid
Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies Regional Institutional Accrediting agencies. of degreegranting institutions of highereducation in Arizona New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, oklahoma, South Dakota http://www.ed.gov/offices/OPE/accreditation/regionalagencies.html
Extractions: Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies The dates specified for each entry are the date of initial listing as a recognized agency, the date of the Secretary's most recent grant of renewed recognition, and the date of the agency's next scheduled review for renewal of recognition by the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity. (Note: S = Spring meeting and F = Fall meeting) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education Scope of recognition: the accreditation and preaccreditation ("Candidacy status") of institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, including distance education programs offered at those institutions. Jean Avnet Morse, Executive Director
Extractions: "Supporting State Aviation and Space Education Programs" Aviation offices and officers at the State level are often an excellent source of both contacts and resources when planning aviation education programs and events. Alabama Department of Aeronautics Montgomery, AL 36130 334-240-3274 FAX Contact : Mr. John Eagerton, Director Alaska Statewide Aviation P.O. Box 196900 Anchorage, AK 196900 907-243-1512 FAX Contact : Mr. Roger Maggard Airport Development Manager Arizona Division of Aeronautics P.O. Box 13588, MD426M Phoenix, AZ 85002-3588 602-407-3007 FAX Contact : Ms. Doris Mecham Program Administrator Arkansas Dept of Aeronautics 1 Airport Drive Little Rock, AK 72202 501-378-0820 FAX Contact : Mr. Fred Dodd Airport Inspector California Aeronautics Progrm MS-40 P.O. Box 942874 Sacramento, CA 94273-0001 916-327-9093 FAX Contact : Ms. Teresa Ishikawa Aviation Education
Extractions: (SREB) Kentucky Department of Education Mississippi Department of Education University of North Carolina Principals' Executive Program Western Michigan University College of Education PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS Not-for-profit organizations that have applied and been approved by the TSSA Collaborative as Participating Organizations in the TSSA Standards Initiative are committed to s upporting the standards by providing expertise in the development and refinement of the standards, assistance in disseminating the standards, and support in implementing the TSSA Standards. Current members are:
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