Extractions: Cobb and Douglas County Boards of Health dekalbhealth.net DeKalb County Board of Health Fulton County - Department of Health and Wellness Georgia.gov - Online access to Georgia government Georgia General Assembly ... Emergency Preparedness Program Health Alert Network (HAN) Epidemiology Family Health Health by Topic Health Statistics - Georgia Health and Information Warehouse ... Publications (Forms, Fact Sheets, Manuals and Guidelines, Reports, etc.) Georgia Department of Education Georgia Environmental Protection - Department of Natural Resources Georgia Poison Center Atlanta Georgia Public Health Association - GPHA Georgia Spatial Data Infrastructure Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse Georgia Statewide AHEC Network - Area Health Education Centers ... Northwest Georgia Health Watch Several Atlanta area/Georgia nonprofit web sites are listed in Non-Governmental Organizations Other Southeastern Region State Departments of Health Alabama Department of Public Health Florida Department of Health - Florida's health Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Public Health
Extractions: Redmond, Oregon Environmental issues now affect almost all Americans. In Oregon, for example, the Umatilla Army Depot and the Hanford Nuclear facility have been designated Superfund sites by the EPA. Solid waste from many American cities are being shipped across state lines to huge rural landfills. Yet, many rural communities are facing the closure of their landfills. The USDA Cooperative Extension Service, with its mission deeply rooted in improving the quality of life for American citizens, seems the ideal agency to help provide information and education on local waste management. In July 1992, a survey was undertaken to measure the perceptions of local Extension faculty in Oregon regarding the role of the Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service in waste management education. A pilot survey was sent to four agents and specialists who would not be involved in the final survey. In December 1992, the survey was edited and sent to 36 local Extension faculty in Oregon. Two follow-up telephone calls were made to each survey contact in January 1993 to encourage them to return their surveys. Twenty-seven surveys (75%) were returned by the end of January 1993. Clientele Needs The results of the survey show that waste management programs are perceived by county faculty to be of medium to urgent need. However, they felt waste management education is a medium to low priority compared with other educational program needs. Oregon county faculty indicated clientele are aware and interested, but sometimes have difficulty finally adopting waste management practices. Recycling and household hazardous wastes were the two areas described by agents where citizens are in the most need of education and information.
Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies Regional Institutional Accrediting agencies. in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, oregon,Utah, and of degreegranting institutions of higher education in Alabama 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: US State Government Aid The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for most state loan, grant and scholarship programs, in addition to the federal loans and grants. When you submit the FAFSA to the US Department of Education, they forward the information on the form to the state student assistance agency. Each state has a different FAFSA submission deadline. If you submit your FAFSA by March 1, you will be in time for all state deadlines, other than Michigan. If you miss the deadline, you will be ineligible to receive state aid for the entire academic year. Procedures for applying for state prepaid tuition programs and the national guard differ from state to state. The amount of information provided on the state web sites varies from state to states. Some states provide comprehensive information about residency requirements, loan, grant, scholarship and prepaid tuition programs and other state aid programs. Others provide minimal information. We recommend visiting the sites for both your state of residence and for the states of the colleges to which you are applying. A B C D ...
IT: Regional Links CEC) is a small, private educational service organization based in Portland, oregon. servicesand resources to schools and educationrelated agencies. http://www.jacksonesd.k12.or.us/it/information/regional.htm
Extractions: http://www.oetc.org/ The purpose of the OETC is to maximize the value of educational technology to its member organizations by working with software and hardware vendors of the technology industry to procure the most effective and appropriate technological resources for use in the classroom and curriculum at the lowest possible price OPEN (Oregon Public Education Network)
Willamette Education Service District can provide services to several other agencies in a Copyright, 2002, Willamette EducationService District For questions or comments firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.willamesd.k12.or.us/
Extractions: This ESD serves as the administrative agent for more than 40 state and federal projects throughout Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties. The resources are carefully applied to the benefit of school districts, statewide programs, and in substantial quantity, other service districts in the area. Special education programs, cooperative purchasing, audio-visual services, testing, migrant education, and administrative work could be accomplished in all local school districts, but where economy of scale makes for efficient or better quality the Education Service District provides the means. WHAT'S NEW Pentamation Offering
Extractions: www.oregon.gov Links to online state government resources. Lists state agencies' Web sites and links to city, county and district Web pages. Includes current year's tax information and forms; employment and business resources; state economic information; online government services; and links to economic development and business-related agencies. Lists licensed architects and registered firms alphabetically. Contains board member list and meeting calendar; continuing education requirements and information; compliance guidelines; complaint form; newsletter; public notices; and links to applicable chapters of the state Revised Statutes and Administrative Rules. Includes registration requirements for architectural firms in Oregon, firm registration application and information about architectural licensing examination.
Extractions: Since 1990, the number of organizations implementing a consumer education program around first time homeownership has grown dramatically in Oregon. By 1997 there were numerous organizations in the state offering some form of homebuyer education, counseling, or mortgage loss prevention counseling. However in most markets, homebuyer education classes were inconsistently available, and many were inadequate in their delivery of information in a classroom setting. Only one of these agencies had ties to a national support organization Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation. The remaining agencies were local programs grown out of local community development organizations. Several were HUD-certified counseling agencies and received some federal funding for their programs.
College And University Accrediting Agencies in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, oregon, Utah, and of degreegranting institutionsof higher education in Alabama list of specialized accrediting agencies. http://www.onlinecollegedegrees.net/accredited.html
Extractions: Scope of recognition: the accreditation and preaccreditation ("Candidate for Accreditation") of institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Republic of Panama and a limited number of free-standing American-style institutions abroad that are chartered or licensed by an appropriate agency within the Middle States region.
ERIC/EECE Carolina, North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma oregon Pennsylvania Rhode by the US Departmentof education and is ERIC/EECE Web Address http//ericeece.org Send comments http://ericeece.org/statlink.html
State Education Agency Mouseover preload not necessary for function Skip Navigation Recursos en Español, Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index Site Map Contact Us Search Advanced My Profile Add to My.ED.gov Bookmarks Inside EROD EROD Home Search http://www.ed.gov/Programs/bastmp/SEA.htm
Extractions: Mouseover preload - not necessary for function Skip Navigation Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index ... Contact Us Search: Advanced My Profile Add to My.ED.gov Bookmarks Inside EROD State/Territory Search Type of Organization Lists What's in This Directory for Me? Change/Submit New Resource Data ... Incorrect/Outdated Data? Tell Us State Education Agency This page has temporarily moved to a new location. You do not need to update your links or bookmarks. You will be forwarded to the new address, http://bcol02.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list.cfm?category_ID=SEA , in 10 seconds Please report any discrepancies to: email@example.com
Directory Of State Grant Agencies Mouseover preload not necessary for function Skip Navigation Recursos en Español, Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index Site Map Contact Us Search Advanced My Profile Add to My.ED.gov Bookmarks Inside EROD EROD Home Search http://www.ed.gov/offices/OPE/agencies.html
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
Extractions: Choose a Division Division Facilities Division Human Resource Services Division Information Resources Management Division Office of Economic Analysis Operations Division Public Employees' Benefit Board Risk Management Division State Controller's Division Transportation, Purchasing ABOUT VOS DAS/IRMD Network Communications IRMD SECTIONS General Government Data Center Network Communications Oregon Geospatial Data Clearinghouse Project Management Office ... Systems Development and Consulting Online Services provides the following to both government agencies and the general public:
Willamette ESD Migrant Education Services and to provide access to migrant education program services refer callers to appropriateagencies and organizations oregon's Hotline Specialist is Estela Carrera http://www.willamesd.k12.or.us/omesc/omesc_hotline.asp
Extractions: HOME OREGON MESC Oregon MESC Home About Us ... Site Map Oregon Migrant Education Service Center National Migrant Education HOTLINE The National Migrant Education Hotline provides a toll-free number (1-800-234-8848) for migrant farm workers and their families to call from anywhere in the country. The Hotline is designed to assist in enrolling migrant children in school and to provide access to migrant education program services. Hotline Specialists, who take calls, also refer callers to appropriate agencies and organizations when they need other supportive services such as housing, transportation, health or legal aid. For further information: www.harvestofhope.net Oregon's Hotline Specialist is Estela Carrera-Infante, program trainer for parent involvement at the MESC. She can be reached at 503-385-4678 or firstname.lastname@example.org The MESC refers incoming calls to local migrant programs. The local programs then refer the families to the appropriate agencies and organizations within their community.
Extractions: While not a K-12 specific site, this subject guide to great sites on the Internet is a great place to go for homework help. It is divided into about 36 major categories, some of which are arts, automobiles, business, computers, disabld, education, families, food, geography, history, health, medicine, jobs, Internet, kids, law, language, literature, libraries, media, music, organizations, people, politics, recreastion, reference desk, religion and philosophy, science, sports, women, and seniors.