Anticipated Needs from the Division of vocational Rehabilitation, Department Directors of Special Education,vermont Parent Information Survey is to give schools, adult service http://www.uvm.edu/~cdci/programs/antneeds.html
Extractions: The overall purpose of the Anticipated Needs Survey is to give schools, adult service providers, and policy makers information that enhances their ability to plan for the future support needs of individuals leaving school and entering the adult community. The survey is to determine the anticipated needs of students after graduation or exit from high school in the four target areas of transition: Employment Living Arrangements Post-Secondary/Continuing Education Community Participation ... Click Here To Find Out How To Get Additional Information The survey is to be completed for all students age 16 and above who are expected to need support or services after graduation or exit from high school regardless of whether or not the student had an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The first round of Anticipated Needs Survey data was collected in 1993, and updated in 1995 and 1997. The data base includes all Vermont public schools as well as some independent schools. The Anticipated Needs Survey's individual and aggregate reports have been disseminated to a wide range of individuals and agencies including State and Local Core Transition Teams, all participating schools, and a variety of public agencies. These data have been used in a variety of ways including:
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Extractions: WASHINGTON (AP) High school vocational programs push girls into cosmetology and child care classes while boys learn higher-paying skills such as auto repair or carpentry, said a women's rights group asking the government to investigate. The National Women's Law Center petitioned the Education Department to study whether vocational schools and classes comply with Title IX, the 30-year-old law requiring schools that receive federal money to provide equal opportunities for men and women. If the government fails "to live up to its obligations," the center stands ready to represent students with lawsuits, said co-president Marcia D. Greenberger. "The dreams and futures of many young women and girls, particularly low-income women, are being shortchanged," Greenberger said. She added that boys interested in careers traditionally labeled "girls only" also are harmed.
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Extractions: Is the school promising you a job when you graduate? It is against the law for private vocational schools to use any business name, logo or insignia that is designed to be deceptive and mislead potential students about affiliations the school might have. Did you answer an employment agency ad for a job and found you were really calling a school?
Extractions: Management Under VISN 1's Service Line (SL) organizational structure, and in conjunction with the Local SL Managers, Service Chiefs and the VA Regional Office, the Quadrad is responsible for: the efficiency and effectiveness of Center operations; the delivery of timely, accurate and compassionate veterans' services and improving the health of veterans through clinical care, education and research. Gary M. De Gasta Appointed November 7, 1987 Commissioned through ROTC, Mr. De Gasta rose to the rank of Captain on active dutiy in the US Army while serving as the Chief, Social Worker/Administrative Officer, Mental Hygiene Consultation Service, US Army Hospital, Fort Polk, LA (1966-67). In December 2001 he retired as a Colonel in the Army Reserve.His last military assignments were Commander, Chester Memorial Reserve Center, VT and the Officer in Charge, Detachment 2 (Vermont and New Hampshire), 405th Combat Support Hospital, West Hartford, CT. Mr. De Gasta holds a BA in Sociology (Siena College, Loudonville, NY, 1963) and Masters degrees in Social Work (Syracuse University School of Social Work, Syracuse, NY, MSW, 1965) and Sociology (State University of New York at Albany, NY, MA, 1974). He has pursued additional postgraduate course work in health care administration (Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH and George Washington University, Washington, DC). He is a member of the American College of Healthcare executives, the Academy of Certified Social Workers, the Board of Trustees of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH; and serves on the Board of Trustees, Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems. Additionally, he is a member of the Federal Executive Association of Vermont and has served on the Vermont Governors Veterans Advisory Council.
Lifestyle either individually or through their schoolsand who in undergraduate, graduate,technical and vocational studies. vermont Student Assistance Corporation. http://www.enablelink.com/scholarship_resources.htm
Extractions: Lifestyle Click Here to Skip Navigation Bar Check out these great resources for scholarship information. Check back regularly for updates and new information! The American Council of the Blind of Minnesota is offering 2 scholarships of $750 each for the academic year 2002-2003. One educational scholarship will be awarded for first year, postsecondary educational programs; and one will be awarded for second year and above, post secondary educational program. Students must reside in Minnesota to apply for these educational scholarships. The deadline for submitting applications is June 15, 2002. For more information, contact Stephanie Hall by phone at: 612-332-7837. Visit: www.acb.org/minnesota/ for more information or to download an application form. USABA will award two $500 scholarships to outstanding legally blind scholars/athletes for use during the 2002/2003 academic year. The Arthur E. Copeland scholarship will be awarded to a male, and the Helen Copeland scholarship to a female. All legally blind persons who have participated in USABA sports programs and are currently USABA members for the past year are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Applicants must have been admitted to an academic, vocational, technical, professional, or certification program at the post-secondary level. The application deadline is October 1, 2002. For more information or to download an application, visit www.usaba.org.
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Vocational Schools Find an alphabetical index of accredited business, trade and technical schools in the US, organized by state. http://www.k2nesoft.com/education/vocational.html
Extractions: If you find links that no longer work, please let us know Data Kinetics' Education Services - training in computers and software use. Meridian Technology Center Missouri College - private career college. Abaris Training - offering year-round training on the repair and fabrication of state-of-the-art composite materials. Academy Canada Alberta Vocational College - provides adult academic upgrading, ESL, and career-entry programs of one year or less in the health, business and service industries. American Woodworking Academy - institution offering educational programs and services that are responsive to the needs of the community. Anoka Hennepin Technical College - 25 miles northwest of downtown Minneapolis, on Highway 10. Bartenders School of New England Bay State School of Appliances - located in Canton, MA and offering technical courses in computer and appliance service. Bell College Of Technology - general info on the college, its departments and library; includes a staff directory. - RWM provides information on private postsecondary vocational schools, categorized by state and training occupation.
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Educational Facilities - Central Vermont Directory of Central vermont schools. The Regional Technical and VocationalCenter serves students from high schools throughout Central vermont. http://www.central-vt.com/region/ed/
Extractions: The region's 23 towns vary dramatically in size and type. So do the schools they have created to serve their youth. Cental Vermont's elementary schools are mostly small rural facilities serving a single town. Most high schools are larger and serve multi-town districts. Town elementary schools generally have 100 to 300 students. Most high schools have 400 to 900 students. A kindergarten through sixth grade curriculum is the most common elementary school structure, but there are others as well. More on schools and public education Directory of Central Vermont Schools The Regional Technical and Vocational Center serves students from high schools throughout Central Vermont. The Center provides a "hands-on" approach to learning.
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