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Extractions: VAN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL PROGRAM BUDGET OCTOBER 31, 2002 REVENUE REPORT REVENUE OBJECT ESTIMATED RECEIVED BALANCE REVENUE TO DATE TO RECEIVE STATE REVENUE FEDERAL REVENUE TOTAL REVENUE EXPENDITURE REPORT FUND FUNCTION EXPENDITURE OBJECT BUDGETED EXPENDED BALANCE ESEA TITLE IV - SAFE TOTAL FUND 204 HEAD START INSTRUCTION TOTAL FUND 205 ESEA TITLE I - FEDERAL FUNDS INSTRUCTION TOTAL FUND 211 IDEA-B FORMULA - SPECIAL EDUCATION FEDERAL FUNDS INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOP. GUIDANCE/COUNSELING TOTALFUND 224 IDEA-B PRESCHOOL - FEDERAL FUNDS INSTRUCTIONAL TOTAL FUND 225 VAN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL PROGRAM BUDGET OCTOBER 31, 2002 FUND FUNCTION EXPENDITURE OBJECT BUDGETED EXPENDED BALANCE CLASS SIZE REDUCTION PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURC ES EL. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION GENERAL ADMINISTRATION TOTAL FUND 255 ENHANCING EDUCATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTIONAL EL. TOTAL FUND 262 TITLE V PART A, INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURC ES TOTAL FUND 269 RURAL HEALTH OUTREACH COMMUNITY SERVICE TOTAL FUND 286 IDEA-B CAPACITY BUILDING INSTRUCTIONAL EL.
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Extractions: Discipline: All Courses AHE Adult and Higher Education ASL American Sign Language BBL Bicultural-Bilingual Studies ECE Early Childhood EDL Educational Leadership EDP Educational Psychology EDU Education EIS English for International Stud. ESL English as a Second Language HTH Heatlh IDS Interdisciplinary Studies ILR Instructional Leadership KIN Kinesiology LDR Leadership NPO Non-Profit Management RDG Reading SED Secondary Education SPE Special Education YHS Youth and Human Services Semester: Fall 2002 Summer 2002 Spring 2003 Adult and Higher Education No. Course Sec. Title Days Time Location Instructor AHE 5203 The American College Student W
Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information D Reading education, East texas State University. Michigan UniversitySpecial Assistantto the Dean of education. Pennsylvania State University-staff Associate. http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/dptinfo/faculty.shtml
Extractions: email@example.com Academic Degrees: 2001 Ed.D. Special Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Co 1995 M.A. Special Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 1993 B.A. Elementary Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Professional Experience: 2002-present Metropolitan State College of Denver - Assistant Professor Weld County RE3-J School District - Special Education Teacher Chatham County Schools - Special Education Teacher Burke County Schools - Special Education Teacher Peggy L. Anderson, Professor back to the top Academic Degrees: 1981 Ph.D. Special Education University of Denver, Denver CO 1978 M.Ed. Special Education The Citadel, Charleston, SC 1976 B.A. Special Education and Elementary Ed. Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL 1972 B.S. Journalism University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Professional Experience: 1989-present Metropolitan State College of Denver- Associate Professor Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA- Assistant Professor
Contacts texas education Agency, Division of Career and Technology, Agricultural Scienceand Technology education Unit. TEA Field staff. Les Brieden. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/agriculturalteachers/contacts.htm
Extractions: CONTACTS Agricultural Science and Technology Education System Terry Phillips , Director Mona Corbett , Program Specialist WBT 1-107, 1701 N. Congress Ave. Austin, TX 78701-1494 Phone: 512-463-9311 Fax: 512-475-3575 http://www.tea.state.tx.us/Cate/agtech/index.html Les Brieden Southwest Texas Junior College 2401Garner Field Road, Uvalde, TX 78801 Phone: 830-591-7231 Fax: 830-591-4187 John Kearney Angelo State University Box 10888 ASU Station, San Angelo, TX 76909 Phone: 915-942-2027 ext. 280 Fax: Dr. Lance Kieth PO Box 60580, Canyon, TX 79016-0001 Phone: 806-651-2550 Fax: 806-651-2938 Dr. Dwayne Pavelock Sam Houston State University Box 2088, Huntsville, TX 77341 Phone: 936-294-1186 Fax: 936-294-1232 Carol Woodward Sul Ross State University Box C-11, Alpine, TX 79832
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Extractions: Presenting new ideas to the world of education April DeCesare presents (TM) series and her signature Musical Big Books TM. Her presentations are heavily sought after by educational conferences and she is often engaged by both private and public school systems for highly effective in-service consultation and training seminars . Above all, teaching remains April's passion and she understands the importance of constructing a learning environment that maximizes every student's ability to learn effectively. April is an exciting presenter with up-to-date strategies and activities. She has creatively captured the excitement in teaching while incorporating Standards and curriculum! Mindy Magnusson presents Across The Curriculum In Two Days Jennifer L. Reed presents The Balancing Act: Strategies to Develop a Dynamic Reading and Writing Program (K-2) Jennifer Reed, an outstanding educator and presenter, is an enthusiastic advocate for lifelong learning and has presented at both national and international conferences. As primary coordinator and lead kindergarten teacher for her elementary school in Arlington, Texas, Jennifer models the importance of brain-compatible strategies and cooperative learning to develop an environment that effectively teaches all levels of learners.
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Extractions: SEDL is joining the Charles A. Dana Center of The University of Texas at Austin and American Indian Research and Development (AIRD), Inc., in Norman, Oklahoma, to work intensively with 60 school and district sites across the South and Southwest. SEDL staff and partners are helping schools and districts assess needs, as well as create and share the know-how to focus improvement efforts on reading and mathematics instructional programs. While SEDL brings significant expertise in reading, school change, and school-level work to the partnership, the Dana Center contributes experience in mathematics, policy, and district-level work. AIRD staff provides knowledge in working with Native American populations. Active involvement of the five chief state school officers as well as other state education agency staff in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas is essential to REL work. They are responsible for establishing the criteria and procedures for determining the performance status of schools. They also control many of the resources available in each state to support the transformation of low-performing schools into high-performing learning communities. SEDL knows that improvements at the school level will not be sustained without support from the district level. In addition, districts that learn to work successfully with one or two low-performing schools will be able to transfer the knowledge and skills to other low-performing schools.
Extractions: "jlawson" was last seen on 4/4/2003 8:50:36 AM. About Instructor Joel Lawson Expertise Include: Member Picture I have enjoyed thirty (30) years of educational experience ss a public school teacher, a high school and college football coach, an athletic director, a high school principal, and currently a central office administrator. Almost everyone that I speak to about physiognomy to wants to know more about it. With the availability of an online course such as this one, the task of sharing this incredible information and being able to continue to learn more about the practice from other's experiences is most rewarding. This member has earned no official awards or certificates on UniversalClass.
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Extractions: Initiative Twenty-six Monitor by semester. Persons responsible: Campus Administrator; Curriculum Specialist; Technology; Curriculum Director Implement a professional development program that builds knowledge and skills necessary to achieve excellence and equity for all students. Provide campus-based staff development based on identified performance indicators.
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Extractions: Texas Woman's University Abstract: This presentation will focus on the evolution of faculty training efforts of Texas Womans University from large-scale, departmental programs to individualized plans that better address faculty strengths and weaknesses. The new training emphasis is accomplished through a self-paced, integrated, multimedia approach and with minimal staff effort.
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Extractions: The teachers and staff of Marble Falls ISD are dedicated to the belief that education is important and that learning is a never-ending process that leads to better jobs while it also enriches the human spirit and advances social health. The ability to learn is the cornerstone of our society, and public education has provided us the means for establishing this country as a world leader. By the same token, it will enable us to remain a global leader as our nation and other nations of the world become more and more interlinked. Marble Falls ISD is committed to ensuring that our community will continue to be a community of learners. A good education is the right of every citizen, and when we provide it, we equip each learner with the tools to create their own future. We are proud to serve the community of Marble Falls and welcome any suggestions for improvement as we work together for excellence in education.
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Extractions: Highlights from the November 18, 2002 Board Meeting The Marble Falls ISD Board of Trustees met in a regular meeting on November 18, 2002, with Dale Bergman presiding. All members were present except Kelly Woolley. The following special recognitions were made: 2002 Gold Performance Acknowledgments Highland Elementary in Reading and Marble Falls Middle School in Algebra End of Course; National Hispanic Institute Award Ricardo Rodriguez; Success Award Marlene Bunnell, Cindy Cummings, and Patrick Svoboda. The following items of information were presented: