State Graduation Requirements - NCEO Pennsylvania. Rhode Island State provides guidelines, but local education agenciesset requirements; guidelines not available online. south carolina. south Dakota. http://education.umn.edu/nceo/TopicAreas/Graduation/StatesGrad.htm
Extractions: Graduation Requirements for Students with Disabilities State Web Sites for Graduation Requirements Note: Some of the files below require Acrobat Reader. These are marked with an Acrobat logo. If you don't have this software, go to the Acrobat Reader Web site for a free download. This information is current as of December 2002. These links may not reflect changes on state Web sites after this date. If you can't find the information you are looking for, check that state's education agency Web site for information at Links to State Education Agencies . This page is hosted by the Council of Chief State School Officers. (To return to this page, press the Back button.)
Trident United Way Member Agencies of Trident United Way's member agencies, the agency Florence Crittenton Programs ofSouth carolina (6441 Community education; Day Treatment; Residential Treatment. http://www.tuw.org/About/Agencies/agencies.html
Extractions: Member Agencies By giving to Trident United Way, you have entrusted us to allocate your hard earned money effectively and efficiently. We take this responsibility very seriously and go through great pains to ensure your contribution is spent wisely. Trident United Way makes all of its funding decisions through a unique process called "Citizen Review." Volunteers from every sector of the communityyour neighbors, co-workers and peers monitor each agency to ensure the proper management of finances. Each program that we are asked to fund is also reviewed to determine whether it is needed in the community, its effectiveness, and how it will improve the lives of the people in the tri-county area. The following is an alphabetical listing of Trident United Way's member agencies, the agency code, the programs that we fund within each agency, and the programs that are sponsored directly by Trident United Way: Youth Support
SC SSI - Welcome Systemic Initiative (SC SSI) began in 1993 with joint funding from the NationalScience Foundation and the south carolina State Department of education. http://scssi.scetv.org/
Extractions: MATH MATERIALS EVALUATIONS (MS Word format) The South Carolina Statewide Systemic Initiative (SC SSI) began in 1993 with joint funding from the National Science Foundation and the South Carolina State Department of Education. It is the result of an educational reform plan organized by educators at all levels in close collaboration with business and industry and establishes objectives and resources to transform how we teach math and science. Our sponsors are listed below and you are encouraged to visit their sites. The SC SSI vision is multifaceted and: Supports the implementation of rigorous framework-based standards in science and math; Assists in the development and use of authentic tests to measures these standards; Assists leaders in schools to support improvements in mathematics and science education; Creates more opportunities for teachers to develop and grow professionally; Uses technology to enhance the learning experience for teachers and students;
Extractions: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOLS - The USCS School of Education has developed a series of partnerships with local schools. These professional development school partnerships and the faculty members involved are described below. DUNBAR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER DUNCAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Dr. Anne Shelley and Dr. Susan Washburn) - In the spring of each year, undergraduate elementary education majors enrolled in reading and language arts methods spend two mornings a week on site at Duncan Elementary. In addition to meeting these university classes, students spend approximately an hour of each day providing support for teachers and students in elementary classrooms. Planning with the classroom teacher, USCS students implement both small group and whole class lessons related to reading and language arts. D. R. HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL
Extractions: Agencies In South Carolina Will Receive $1.8 Million To Feed, Shelter Atlanta, GA, January 8, 2002 -Victims of non-disaster emergencies in South Carolina will be able to receive help because of $1,865,255 from the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) for fiscal year 2002. "This money will help people with non-disaster related economic emergencies so they will not become homeless or go hungry," said Kenneth O. Burris, Jr., regional director for the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Region IV office in Atlanta. "The program is one of the best examples of a public/private partnership working to help people who truly need help." Each year the Emergency Food and Shelter Program National Board develops a formula for distributing the funds based on the national unemployment and poverty rates. The EFSP National Board is composed of representatives from the Salvation Army, American Red Cross, Catholic Charities USA, Council of Jewish Federations, The United Way, and The National Council of Churches. A representative from the Federal Emergency Management Agency chairs the National Board. A local board in each county or city jurisdiction receiving EFSP funds determines how they will be spent. This may include such things as providing food, in the form of served meals or groceries; lodging in a mass shelter or hotel; one month's rent or mortgage payment; one month's utility bill; or minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to function during the program year. Except for the chairmanship, the composition of the local board mirrors the National Board.
Boat Ed: Official Boating Safety Courses With Online Boater Certification Tests Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, south Category Recreation Boating North America United States our online boater safety education courses for Nevada, New Hampshire, North carolina,Ohio, Oklahoma Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, south carolina, Tennessee, Texas http://www.boat-ed.com/
Extractions: for your state Welcome to the site for official boating safety courses. This is the only place on the Web where you can obtain your official boat and personal watercraft (PWC or jet skis) safety course certificate issued by your state government's boating agency. You'll find boat and PWC course options with: To learn more about your boating safety course options, click on the button for your state Arkansas Alabama Arizona Delaware ... Vermont or Virginia The video and online boating safety courses found on this site are approved by the state agencies responsible for boating and by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) and are recognized by the U. S. Coast Guard. All of the boating courses found on this site satisfy the mandatory boater education certification required by law in these states.
State Agencies Providence, RI 02903 (401) 2224600 www.ridoe.net. south carolina Dept. of Education1429 Senate St. Columbia, SC 29201 (803) 734-8815 www.sde.state.sc.us. http://www2.nsta.org/careers/state_agencies.asp
Extractions: Government DocumentsState SOUTH CAROLINA Kids Count Opinions of the Supreme Court of South Carolina (courtesy of the University of South Carolina Law School)provides the full-text of decisions since April 1996. SCIway: The South Carolina Information Highway a comprehensive directory of South Carolina web sites. South CarolinaJob Openings South CarolinaWeather and Tides ... South Carolina General Assembly includes information on legislation, insider information, and meetings, as well as a link to the South Carolina Code of Laws provides information about attending a Private College or University in South Carolina. Why Consider Private Colleges and Universities?
CCSSO Map Of States The Council of Chief State School Officers links to state boards of educationCategory Reference education K through 12 Professional Information bulletDelaware. bulletDistrictof Columbia. bulletDept.of Defense education Activity.bulletFlorida. bulletRhode Island. bulletSouth carolina. bulletSouth Dakota. http://www.ccsso.org/seamenu.html
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Key State Education Policies Key State education Policies on K12 education Directory of education agencies,2002 This unique publication is the only quick reference guide to state and http://www.ccsso.org/NAEP2002/StatebyState/KSP.cfm
Extractions: This CCSSO report is designed to inform policymakers and educators about the current status of key education policies across the fifty states that define and shape elementary and secondary education in public schools. The report is part of a continuing series by the Council's Division of State Services and Technical Assistance on state education indicators and state policies. The Council began reporting on trends in state education policies in the 1980s, when most states legislatures and boards of education approved policy intiatives aimed at improving the quality of K-12 education. When this series began, CCSSO collected and reported 50-state information on policies regarding teacher programs, school time, and student attendance. In the 1990's, other categories of policies were added to the report including state content standards and curriculum, teacher assessments, and school leader/administrator licensure. This report provides policy information for the 50 states and DoDEA as of Spring 2002. The current report is the seventh in the series. State policy information was obtained from a variety of sources. State education staff reported on policies through a survey administered in the spring of 2002 by staff of the CCSSO Division of State Services and Technical Assistance. The state Education Information Advisory Committee (EIAC) representatives approved the survey and served as the point of contact for each state. Other sources of information for this reort are: State Student Assessment Programs Survey (2001) and Manual on Preparation and Certification of Education Personnel published by the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Certification.
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
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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: The following is an alphabetical listing of all law enforcement agencies who have officers certified to teach the G.R.E.A.T. curriculum. To find the nearest G.R.E.A.T. Program taught in your area, simply click on your state abbreviation range. This listing of G.R.E.A.T. agencies is updated quarterly and was last updated September 2000. Click on the links below to find participating law enforcement agencies in your area: Alabama l Alaska l Arkansas l Arizona l California l Colorado l Connecticut DC l Delaware l Florida l Georgia l Guam l Hawaii l Iowa l Idaho l Illinois Indiana l Kansas l Kentucky l Louisiana l Maine l Maryland l Massachusetts l Michigan l Minnesota l Mississippi l Missouri l Montana l Nebraska l Nevada l New Hampshire l New Jersey l New Mexico l New York l North Carolina l North Dakota l Ohio l Oklahoma l Oregon l Pennsylvania l Puerto Rico l Rhode Island l South Carolina l South Dakota l Tennessee l Texas l Utah l Vermont l Virginia l Virgin Islands (US) l Washington l West Virginia l Wisconsin l Wyoming
Extractions: The actual salary that the agency offers will be dependent on your education and experience. See the job announcement for specific education and/or experience requirements. Volunteer (No salary) Volunteer positions are available for differing levels of education and experience. Some jobs may require higher education. Up to $8.00 per hour (or up to $20,000 a year for full time). Education: High school student. Up to $10.00 per hour (or up to $22,000 a year for full time). Education: High school graduate. Up to $12.00 per hour (or up to $24,000 a year for full time). Education: Two years higher education or one year of work experience.