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  2. Understanding constructivism(s): a primer for parents and school board members.: An article from: Education by Paul Vermette, Chandra Foote, et all 2001-09-22
  3. The role of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.: An article from: Education by Irene Schulz Hamsa, 1998-03-22
  4. An analysis of school board members.(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Education by Camilia Anne Czubaj, 2002-03-22
  5. The community review board offers students fairness in college administrative decisions.: An article from: Education by Kenneth C. Petress, Kurt O. Hofmann, 1997-09-22
  6. Alabama Crimson Tide 123: My First Counting Book (101 My First Text-Board-Book) by Brad M. Epstein, 2006-09-30
  7. Meetings in cyberspace.: An article from: Education by Camilia Ann Czubaj, 2003-09-22
  8. Industry validated skill standards: the Texas response to the challenge.: An article from: Education by Jason L. Davis, 2005-06-22
  9. The deindustrialization of the Tennessee economy: Background information prepared for the Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama Joint Board of the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union by John Gaventa, 1987
  10. Assessment of nursing education in Alabama, 1968 by Margaret J Koehler, 1969
  11. A resource guide for school board policy in Alabama by Paul G Orr, 1977
  12. Manual of health education for the elementary schools of Jefferson County, Alabama by Fleta McWhorter, 1925
  13. History of the Escambia County High School, Atmore, Alabama: Alabama's first county high school by Annie C Waters, 1978
  14. Comprehensive evaluation report of the 1978-79 Mobile experience based career education project by James E McLean, 1979

41. NEWS: Alabama Schools Gain Church Funding - Christianity Today Magazine
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42. ECS Results
alabama, There are no regional boards. Arizona, There are no regionalboards. Arkansas, There are education service cooperative boards.

43. Psychology Licensing Board Contact Information & Resources
license or registration, and continuing education requirements States Psychology Laws Licensing boards alabama Board of Examiners in Psychology 660 Adams Avenue
Topics on this site: About this site: home
Addresses and phone numbers for each of the provincial psychology licensing boards in Canada and the state licensing boards in the United States are listed below. If the board has a web site, a link is provided to its home page. Where possible, links are provided for various documents such as legislation relevant to the practice of psychology in that province or state, application information for a psychology license or registration, and continuing education requirements. I try to keep these links updated and the information current, but if you find a link that doesn't work or you're aware of more current information, I'd appreciate your sending corrections or updates to . Thanks! These links are provided only to help people get started in their search for relevant information. Information placed on the web may not always be complete, up-to-date, accurate, or applicable to all situations. Legislation, case law, regulations, and other requirements are often complex and can change rapidly. Always consult directly with the licensing board to confirm that you have information that is current and complete in regard to your specific situation, question, or concern. Please follow this link to a more

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45. PhysicianBoard: Physician Licensing Boards
See also Physician Specialty boards. Examiners Medical Licensure Commission Stateof alabama PO Box Department of Health New York State education Department Div
Physician Licensing Boards Alabama

Alabama Alabama Board of Medical Examiners Medical Licensure Commission
State of Alabama
PO Box 887
Montgomery, AL 36101
Alaska Occupational Licensing
Department of Commerce and Economic Development
PO Box 110806 Juneau, AK 99811 Arizona Arizona Board of Medical Examiners 1651 E. Morten, Suite 210 Phoenix, AZ 85043 Arkansas Arkansas State Medical Board 2100 Riverfront Dr., #200 Little Rock, AR 72202 California Medical Board of California 1426 Howe Ave., Suite 52 Sacramento, CA 95826 Colorado Board of Medical Examiners 1560 Broadway, Suite 1300 Denver, CO 80202 Connecticut 150 Washington St. Hartford, CT 06106 Delaware Board of Medical Practice State of Delaware PO Box 1401 Cannon Bldg., #203 Dover, DE 19903 DC DC Board of Medicine 614 H St., NW Room 108 Washington, DC 20001 Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Division of Technology, Licensure and Testing Norhtwood Center 1940 Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL 32399 Georgia Georgia Composite State Board of Medical Examiners Geogia State Medical Board 166 Prior St., SW

46. 9/5/01 -- States Slowing Spending For Public Schools -- Education Week
will remain the same, said Susan Salter, the spokeswoman for the alabama Associationof School boards. The governor signed a $4.1 billion education budget in

47. Boards Of Control
CEO Letter Mission Statement boards of Control Contacts Retirement Planning, education,and Counseling Services. Retirement Systems of alabama 135 South Union
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FAX: 334-240-3032 Retirement Systems of Alabama 2002 Top of Page

48. Message From Interim President Walker
education budget. For Auburn University, this represents almost $13 million. Followingthe declaration of proration, the alabama Association of School boards
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49. NCSLnet: National Center On Education Finance--State Projects And Assistance
in alabama (1999), Alaska (1995), Georgia (1999), Idaho (1999), Maine (1992), Minnesota(19962000), and Ohio (1997-1999); state boards of education in Kansas
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State Projects and Assistance At the request of individual state legislatures, NCEF will provide background information about school finance issues, provide assistance in evaluating school finance systems or components of such systems, assist in the development of school finance formulas, and/or engage in research about school finance. Please access the links provided below to obtain additional information. What NCEF Offers Costs of NCEF Services NCEF Staff What the National Center on Education Finance (NCEF) Offers
  • The technical expertise to evaluate state school finance systems in terms of such widely accepted objectives as equity and adequacy. The practical experience to assist state policy makers to modify their state school finance systems to meet legislative expectations. Information about the structure of school finance systems, the status of litigation, and the implications of research about school finance.
  • 50. Patriotism Legislation
    The alabama Legislature approved HJR 152, which urges boards of educationto incorporate patriotic education into the daily curriculum.
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    Patriotism Legislation
    Several states considered bills and resolutions related to patriotism during the 2001 session. Additional bills have been filed following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Alabama Legislature approved H.J.R. 152, which urges boards of education to incorporate patriotic education into the daily curriculum. Florida is considering H.R. 25B, which directs each district school board to adopt rules to require programs of a patriotic nature in all public schools. Illinois considered, but did not pass, H.B. 3628 during the 2001 session. The bill required that the teaching of proper etiquette and honor toward the U.S. flag be included in public school curriculum. It also directed the State Board of Education to approve a curriculum that teaches patriotism. Kansas also considered, but did not pass, H.B. 2411 during its 2002 session; the bill directs the state board of education to prepare a program providing patriotic exercises for different grades in public and accredited nonpublic schools. The program of patriotic observation shall include daily recitations of the pledge of allegiance and an excerpt from the Declaration of Independence.

    51. Database Search Results
    Autism Society of alabama; Center for Communication and Consumer Services, US NationalAssociation of State boards of education; National Association of State Resources

    several County boards of education, the Department of Corrections, the Departmentof Youth Services, the Department of Transportation and the alabama Forestry
    MANAGEMENT OF CERTAIN LANDS TO GENERATE REVENUE The State Lands Division manages approximately 60,000 acres of State-owned lands which are not being used for specific purposes. This includes School Trust Lands, Mental Health Trust Lands and lands of other state institutions and agencies such as Auburn University, the University of Montevallo, several County Boards of Education, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Youth Services, the Department of Transportation and the Alabama Forestry Commission. The State Lands Division also manages approximately 600,000 acres of submerged lands which includes statewide navigable water bottoms, coastal bays and offshore state waters for a distance of three miles. During fiscal year 1995-96 Lands Division activities resulted in more than $116 million in revenues to the state.
    OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT The Lands Division manages oil, gas and mineral interests owned by the State. The State owns oil and gas interests on small upland tracts, submerged river bottoms and in the area of offshore Alabama. Most significant are the natural gas reserves lying within the 3-mile offshore area of Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Major discoveries of natural gas in the 1980's led to the development of an array of natural gas reservoirs which occur some 19,000 feet below sea level. Most of these "deep discoveries" were developed by major natural gas producers. However, more recently, "shallow reserves" at between 3,000 and 7,000 feet below sea level are being developed. While the magnitude of the shallow reserves are not as significant as the deeper production, shallow gas production is economic partly because it requires less treatment to remove impurities.

    53. Education In Mobile Alabama
    its oldest institute of higher education, Mobile offers operated through churchesor private boards, including St The alabama School of Mathematics and Science
    Mobile AL
    Education in Mobile
    The home of the state's oldest and largest public school system and its oldest institute of higher education, Mobile offers a wide variety of educational opportunities. The public school system includes 100 schools and more than 65,000 students. Mobile also has a large parochial school system operated by the Catholic Archdiocese of Mobile and many other schools operated through churches or private boards, including St. Paul's Episcopal School, St. Luke's Episcopal School and UMS-Wright Preparatory School. In all, there are more than 40 private and denominational schools in Mobile.
    The Mobile County Public School System is one of only seven in the nation participating in a new partnership with the College Board. Mobile County Public Schools have the state's largest advanced placement program and a wide variety of vocational programs.
    The Alabama School of Mathematics and Science is a statewide public high school located near downtown Mobile. The residential school attracts some of the brightest high school sophomores, juniors and seniors from all parts of the state and offers programs for local students and schools as well.
    The Mobile Public Library
    The University of Mobile is a private institution affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Students can work toward bachelor's and master's degrees in the arts, business, computer science, applied sciences, nursing and religious studies.

    54. Directory Of Leadership - Editorial Boards
    Secretary Cecile Maciulis, Reference Librarian, Loyola University Chicago;Helga Visscher, Head, McLure education Library, University of alabama.
    Association of College and Research Libraries
    ACRL Candidates for 2003
    Paul Dumont, Director of Educational Resources Support Services, Dallas County Community College; Frances Maloy, Leader, Access Services Division, Emory University. Director-at-Large:
    Nancy Allen, Dean and Director, Penrose Library, University of Denver; John Collins, Librarian and Member of the Faculty, Harvard. Director-at-Large:
    Randy Burke Hensley, Public Services Division Head, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Dorothy Washington, Librarian, Black Cultural Center, Purdue University.
    Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies Section
    Majed Khader, Government Documents Librarian, Marshall University.
    African American Studies Librarians Section
    LeRoy Jason LaFleur, Social Sciences Bibliographer, Cornell University Library; Angela Wright, Human Resources Officer, University Libraries, University of Alabama. Member-at-Large:
    Aslaku Berhanu, Catalog and Reference Librarian, Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection, Temple University; Akilah S. Nosakhere, Librarian III/Supervisor, Special Collections Reading Room, Atlanta University Center, Inc.
    Anthropology and Sociology Section
    Wade Kotter, Social Sciences Librarian, Stewart Library, Weber State University; Christine Whittington, Director of Library Services, Greensboro College.

    55. Continuing Education - A/e ProNet
    All others are architectureonly boards. to confirm the details of any mandatory continuingeducation requirement alabama, 9/30, 8, 12, Not Directly, 4 hrs.; Not HSW,
    Our latest products are a series of home study courses are eligible for continuing education credits for members of the American Institute of Architects and for many states with State Licensing Boards obligations . For a listing of states with current and pending education requirements , see below. Firms may be eligible for substantial discounts on insurance premiums as a result of successfully completing our courses, being a client of an a/e ProNet broker is not required to receive discounts! The courses are computer-based. You can click on our current offerings below for course descriptions. Order Courses now by secured on-line ordering by credit card! Mandatory Continuing Education for Licensure State Status Report (Updated: May 2001)
    Phone numbers and Web links for State licensing boards where available. MCE Requirement in Place



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    South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Vermont Wyoming West Virginia Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Nova Scotia Ontario Saskatchewan Enabling Legislation in Place;

    56. Distance Learning Policy Lab
    alabama, Yes, Institutional boards, The Department of Postsecondary education recommendsthat the outof-state tuition rate be two times the in-state tuition rate
    State Erate? Who Sets Tuition? Can Tuition be "Adjusted" for Non-Residents? ACM Participant? Alabama
    Yes Institutional Boards The Department of Postsecondary Education recommends that the out-of-state tuition rate be two times the in-state tuition rate. However, the in-state rate may be extended to students who reside outside of Alabama in a state and county within Yes Arkansas No Department of Higher Education Permitted by individual institutions, but forgoes revenue generated from non-resident students. Tuition reciprocity exists with Texas for Bowie Community College; other arrangements are under consideration. Yes Delaware Yes Institutional Boards Permitted by individual institutions, but forgoes revenue generated from non-resident students. Tuition "grants" are allowed for children of a deceased military veterans or state police officers whose cause of death was service related, prisoners of war, or individuals declared missing in action. Yes Florida No
  • Universities
  • Board of Regents Limited by legislative appropriation allocated by Board of Regents; Non-resident students who are non-degree seeking are entitled to a waiver of the non-resident fee if the credit hours generated by such students are non-fundable and the cost for the program of study is recovered from the fees charged to all students

    tools to help ensure children get a good education. In 1995, alabama lawmakers putthe paddle in teachers schools, and gave local school boards wide discretion
    From NetZero
    November 8, 2002 Nov. 8 - Michaela Curtis went straight to the hospital and police when her son came home from school with dark bruises on his behind. But what she learned was the people who hurt her 7-year-old had every right to do so: They were his teachers. Teachers in Alabama's public schools still have paddles. And whenever a child misbehaves, they can chose to apply that "board of education" to the "seat of learning." It is state law, and some 40,000 Alabama schoolchildren were paddled last school year. Michael White, who is a lawyer for Alabama's state Board of Education, says paddling is one of the tools to help ensure children get a good education. "We want a good classroom experience in Alabama," White says. "And if teachers have to resort to forms of discipline, we expect teachers to do that." In 1995, Alabama lawmakers put the paddle in teachers' hands. The state passed legislation allowing corporal punishment in public schools, and gave local school boards wide discretion as to how and when the discipline should be administered. Too Hard?

    58. Parent's Guide
    boards, Judges, and Writers. Goodman, University of Arizona; Kay Kornmeier, Birmingham,alabama; Ginny Moore literature library in the School of education at the
    - about - - awards criteria - - contact -

    Boards, Judges, and Writers
    Parent's Guide to Children's Media Board of Directors
    • James A. Davis, Chair
    • Catherine A. Tisinger,Vice Chair
    • Carolyn Rutherford, Secretary
    • Richard C. Shickle, Treasure
    • H. Robert Edwards
    • Tracy Fitzsimmons
    • Karen T. Huff
    Board of Consultants
    • Ira E. Aaron, University of Georgia
    • Rudine Sims Bishop, The Ohio State University
    • Bernice Cullinan, New York University
    • Barbara Elleman, Marquette University
    • Joan Glazer, Rhode Island College
    • Yetta Goodman, University of Arizona
    • Kay Kornmeier, Birmingham, Alabama
    • Ginny Moore Kruse, Cooperative Children's Book Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • Nancy Larrick, Shenandoah University
    • Jeanne B. Morris, Illinois State University
    • Lynda Johnson Robb, Reading Is Fundamental, Inc., Smithsonian Institution
    • M. Jerry Weiss, New Jersey City University
    • Junko Yokota, National-Louis University
    Judges/Writers - 2002 Picture Books & Poetry reviewed by Ginny Moore Kruse. Ginny is director of a children’s literature library in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This library is the Cooperative Children’s Book Center, or CCBC, in which she works closely with Kathleen T. Horning and Megan Schliesman. These insights and phrases are also reflected in Ginny’s selections and commentary. Ginny has chaired and served on almost every national book award committee involving children’s books, and she is co-author with Katy and Megan of an annual publication titled "CCBC Choices." The CCBC web site is to find out more about the CCBC, and what Ginny, Katy and Megan do there.

    59. Montgomery Advertiser : : Newcomers Guide
    Government Capitol City alabama Exective Dept. Public Autauga Private Elmore PublicElmore Private Higher education boards of education Montgomery County
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    Autauga County Government
    ... Quick Course to Services Neighborhoods Montgomery City Montgomery County Autauga County Elmore County Education Montgomery Public Montgomery Private Montgomery Magnet Montgomery School Districts ... Higher Education Boards of Education Montgomery County Autauga County Elmore County Tallassee City ... Social balls Food Cusine and culture Autauga/Elmore restaurants Southern treats History Rosa Parks Other history makers Capital key in civil rights Ft. Toulouse history is alive ... Elmore churches thrive Business Montgomery's growth Montgomery Housing Riverfront development Hyundai's boost ... Industries linked to past Health Montgomery medical facilities Autauga medical facilities Elmore medical facilities Montgomery support groups ... Most medical needs covered Military Maxwell-Gunter A.F. Base

    60. American Association Of School Administrators - Career Center
    http// State Associations Council for Leaders in alabama Schoolshttp//www Connecticut Association of boards of education http//www.cabe
    search site awards and scholarships career center conferences education marketplace ... home Other Job Sites
    AASA has compiled a comprehensive list of online job listings for school leaders, especially those at the district level, in search of new employment.
    AASA offers no endorsement of and assumes no liability for the currency, accuracy or availability of any information on these sites.
    National Association of Elementary School Principals

    compiles job listings in its Principal's Forum.
    National Association of Secondary School Principals

    lists administrative vacancies by state in its online Center for Career Opportunities.
    National School Boards Association

    Nationwide job listings for school district leadership positions, a collaborative project of NSBA and the state school boards associations.
    State Associations
    Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools
    Association of Alaska School Boards Arizona School Boards Association Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators ... Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Higher Education Chronicle of Higher Education - Career Network The weekly bible of college and university news carries the most extensive array of education faculty job listings.

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