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         Alabama Education General:     more books (100)
  1. Subordination or Liberation?: The Development and Conflicting Theories of Black Education in Nineteenth Century Alabama by Robert G. Sherer, 1977-09
  2. Medical Education and Medical Care in Alabama: Some Inadequacies, Some Solutions by William R. Willard, 1983-07
  3. Alabama Education in Perspective 2003-2004 by Kathleen O'Leary Morgan, 2003-09
  4. Alabama Education in Perspective 2008-09
  5. Report On Collegiate Education: Made to the Trustees of the University of Alabama, July 1852
  6. Acts Passed By The Board Of Education Of The State Of Alabama
  7. Women of Uncommon Valor: Life Stories of Women from Birmingham, Alabama by Geraldine Watts Bell, 2010-04-16
  8. A Register of the Officers and Students of the University of Alabama, 1831-1901
  9. Local Taxation For Schools In Alabama
  10. To the people of Alabama
  11. A manual for the county high schools of Alabama
  12. School code including all laws relating to education, September 1, 1922 by Alabama Alabama, 2010-08-30
  13. Educational Directory of Alabama
  14. Program and selections for celebration of the anniversary of the day on which Alabama was admitted to the Union, December 14, 1903

21. Alabama A&M University Communicative Sciences & Disorders
All students must meet the general requirements for school administrator or boardof education administrator, are Further, persons seeking the alabama Class A
School of Education
A Center of Excellence

Art Program
Graduate Studies
Admission Requirements Objectives Degree Requirements Contact the Art Program ... To Art Home Page
The primary mission of the Art and Art Education Program is to provide the graduate student in Art education an extension of the undergraduate courses of study. Students are provided with higher level, professional education offerings and more concentrated art education, art history, and art studio offerings.
The general program objectives relate directly to prospective students and allude to those competencies these students will acquire.
1. To develop an individual state of expression and to produce original and imaginative works of art.
2. To develop an ability to articulate and communicate the goals of an art program to pupils, colleagues, administrators, and parents in an effective and professionally responsible manner.
3. To develop an awareness of contending aesthetic and critical philosophies, both past and contemporary.

22. Higher Education Partnership General Information
Site Map general Information Learn about our Central and articles on higher educationand associated or concerned citizens to improve alabama's higher education
Home Page Allows Access to Other Key Information
Office Staff:

- Gordon Stone, Executive Director, Higher Education Partnership
- Diane Causey, Executive Assistant
- Mary Catherine Barganier, Communications Specialist and Campus/ Corporate Relations
Contact Information: How to Join
Our membership application is available here for printing and mailing or faxing
Site Map
  • General Information
    Learn about our Central Office Staff, how to contact us, and how to join the Partnership (including a membership form suitable for printing and mailing/faxing).
  • In the News
    Read the Partnership Update here, with the latest news, including current activities, initiatives, and articles on higher education and associated politics.
  • Why the Partnership?
    This section includes information on why the Partnership exists, as well as what we can do as students, parents, faculty/staff, or concerned citizens to improve Alabama's higher education.
  • Partners
    Institutional members of the Higher Education Partnership include these fifteen Alabama colleges, with links to their home pages.

23. Why There Is An Alabama Higher Education Partnership
trend in public support for higher education can be will join forces to protect oneof alabama's chief economic The general public will once again be proud of
Why the Partnership?
Due to unwarranted public criticism, the future of higher education is being threatened. Through reduced appropriations and misrepresentations, the jobs of faculty and staff in Alabama's universities are being challenged. The Higher Education Partnership provides you a means of addressing this challenge. The time is now to take a stand and support this Partnership. THE TIME IS NOW...
  • For the faculty and staff of Alabama's universities to take a stand that their work is important and merits strong state support.
  • For every Alabamian to take a stand that Alabama's economic development and quality of life depends on our higher education
  • For students to take a stand for adequate state funding to keep tuition affordable.
Why Take a Stand? The Reason:
  • Instead of being applauded for their work, Alabama's universities are forced to fight to prevent appropriations from being reduced, facilities from being closed and accomplishments from being overlooked.
  • The result of the reduced support for higher education is catastrophic for our state.
  • Fewer of our citizens will have the opportunity to prepare for competition in the world's changing economy.

24. Concordia College - Selma, Alabama: General Information
1, 1981, the name of the institution was changed from alabama Lutheran Academy interests,goals, and ages so they may receive both a general education as well
General Information about Concordia College
History of Concordia College

Institutional Goals ...
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Dr. Rosa Young in 1950.
General Information
The Educational Program
Financial Information
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The History of Concordia College
Concordia College, formerly known as Alabama Lutheran Academy and Junior College, is the direct result of the pioneer Lutheran missionaries in Alabama. In 1916 Miss Rosa Young, supremely concerned about the spiritual and educational welfare of the Black people in her native area, directed a plea for help to the Lutheran Synodical Conference of North America. The conference responded favorably and sent the Rev. Nils Jules Bakke, who on Palm Sunday in 1916 performed 58 Baptisms and 70 confirmations in Rosebud, Alabama. Within a few years, more than 20 congregations were founded. In 1919 at a conference held in Midway, near Miller's Ferry, a resolution was adopted to petition the Synodical Conference for funds to build a school for the special purpose of training professional church workers. The location selected for the new school was Selma. The first classed were conducted in a rented cattage at 521 First Avenue, November 13, 1922. The Rev. R. O. Lynn was the first president. The first buildings on the present campus were dedicated by the Director of Missions, C. F. Drewes on September 20, 1925. One year later four females made up the school's first graduating class. God continued to bless this new Alabama school with capable leaders like Pres. Edward Wescott, who, in a long period of dedicated service to the school, made survival possible during the Great Depression.

25. Concordia College - Selma, Alabama: The Educational Program
Issuance of alabama teaching certificates is the legal responsibility of the alabamaState Department of education. Go Back. general education REQUIREMENTS.
The Educational Programs of Concordia College
Bachelor of Science
Teacher Certification

General Education
Required Coursework ...
Lutheran Teacher's Diploma
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION DEGREE PROGRAM Concordia College offers a major in elementary education in its Bachelor of Science in Education (teacher education) Program. This major has three major components: 1. General Education - 61 sem. hrs. 2. Teaching Field/Specialization - 27 sem. hrs. 3. Professional Studies - 42 sem. hrs.
Those students who wish to pursue certification in grades pre-K through six will follow the elementary education curriculum plus take the following early childhood courses:
EC 300, Introduction to Early Childhood Education EC 310, Creative Learning Activities in Early Childhood EC 410, Internship in Grades Pre-K through Three
For those who wish to be teachers in the elementary or preschools of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, additional courses for the Lutheran Teacher Diploma are required.
Earning a Bachelors Degree in Education at Concordia includes more than merely collecting a list of courses and grades on a transcript. Graduates of Concordias teacher education programs are required to be able to demonstrate that they know the content they will teach, that they know how children develop and learn, and that they know appropriate methods and materials to use in helping children learn. In addition, they must be able to demonstrate that they have the ability to use their knowledge in the classroom as effective teachers. Persons who are unable to demonstrate both knowledge and ability as described above will not be recommended for a teaching certificate even though their academic records show all the necessary courses.

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27. Education Data
local government expenditures, general expenditures, higher elementary education,secondary education, social welfare SREB states, alabama, Arkansas, Delaware
Data Library
Economic and Government Data
Per-Capita Income [FB02.XLS] Last updated Nov. 26, 2001. Poverty Rates in the Population and Among Children [FB08.XLS] Last updated Aug. 22, 2002. Overall poverty rate, children in poverty, under age 18, United States, SREB States, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Employment and Unemployment in the Civilian Labor Force [FB09.XLS] Last updated Jun. 29, 2001. Civilian labor force, employed, unemployed, unemployment rates, United States, SREB states, SREB states as a percentage of the nation, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

28. Education Data
transfers, educational and general expenditures, auxiliary expenditures, private highereducation, United States, SREB states, alabama, Arkansas, Delaware
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State and Local General Operating Appropriations Per Full-Time-Equivalent Student at Public Colleges and Universities and Trends [FB66_67.XLS] Last updated Jun. 12, 2001. State and local government, operating appropriations, full-time equivalent student, public colleges, universities, all four-year, four year-1, four year-2, four-year 3, four-year 4, four-year 5, four-year 6, two-year 1, two-year 2, SREB states, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000 Appropriations of State Tax Funds for Operating Expenses Related to Higher Education and as Percentages of State Taxes [FB68_69.XLS] Last updated Aug. 21, 2002. Educational and General Revenues and Spending at Public Colleges and Universities [FB70.XLS] Last updated Jun. 12, 2001.

29. University Of Alabama School Of Medicine
education Computing MEIS Libraries Medical education Research Student Is March 202003 UAHSF general Endowment Awards 2001 University of alabama School of

30. Geothermal Energy Program: Web Resources
education general. education - Universities. UNIVERSITY OF alabama Department ofMechanical Engineering University of alabama Box 870276 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
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The following Web sites promote the understanding of
geothermal technologies and the use of geothermal energy.
Research and Development

Industry and Applications

Education - General

Education - Universities
Data and Software
Research and Development

31. Alabama Supercomputer Authority Description
general FAQs. manages two primary projects the alabama Supercomputer Center (ASC)in Huntsville and the alabama Research and education Network (AREN
General FAQs
  • How do I request a technical seminar for my school's technical coordinators?
  • Why does ASA/AREN have two names?
  • How do I request access to the Traffic Graphs under the Education Network section?
  • How do I access the Traffic Graphs under the Education Network section? 1. How do I request a technical seminar for my school's technical coordinators? To request a technical seminar for your school's technical coordinators contact the network office.
    686 Discovery Drive
    Huntsville, Alabama 35806 (USA)
    Phone: 1-800-338-8320 or (256) 971-7448
    Fax: (256) 971-7491
    2. Why does ASA/AREN have two names? The Alabama Supercomputer Authority (ASA) is the governing agency created in 1989 and funded by the Alabama Legislature.
  • 32. University Of Alabama Graduate Catalog, 2001-03
    and Organization Accreditation University of alabama Libraries School Community HealthSciences College of education general Admission Requirements
    The University of Alabama
    Graduate Catalog, 2001-03 (Front Matter)

    Academic Calendars, 2001-03

    Administration and Faculty
    Departmental, Course, and Program Alpha Symbols

    33. George Wallace, Gubernatorial History
    Interest from the alabama Trust Fund will be pumped into the general Fundwhich finances all noneducation segments of state government.
    George Corley Wallace
    George Wallace's 1963 inaugural address
    George Wallace's "Stand in the Schoolhouse Door" speech
    Following a brief period in the U.S. Air Force (Wallace received a medical discharge), he returned to Alabama where he served as an assistant attorney general for the state. In 1947, running as a candidate from Barbour County, George Wallace was elected to the state legislature. His legislative tenure was quite productive. Among the highlights were several Wallace-sponsored bills which greatly enhanced Alabama's industrial environment by attracting more than one hundred industries into the state and the GI and Dependents Scholarships Act which provided college and trade school tuition to children and widows of war casualties. Wallace was elected judge in the Third Judicial Circuit in 1953, a position he held until 1959, During subsequent years he also served the Democratic party in many capacities. (Moritz, p.454) In 1958, Wallace formally entered the governor's race and received more than a quarter million votes placing second in the primary to John Patterson. Patterson ran strong on the racial issue and accepted the support of the Ku Klux Klan; Wallace refused it. Wallace thereupon received the endorsement of the NAACP. In the run-off, Patterson defeated him by over 64,000 votes. This devastating loss forced Wallace to significantly adapt his socio-political ideologies to appeal to the state's voters. (Stewart, p. 214) Following his devastating defeat to Patterson, Wallace resumed his legal duties all the while forming a plan to achieve his goal - the governor's office. Wallace's views on race relations and segregation underwent a drastic metamorphosis following the defeat. By the primary of 1962, Wallace defeated his mentor Folsom, among others, and in the run-off he defeated the rising young politician Ryan DeGraffenried. In the general election of November, Wallace polled the largest vote ever given a gubernatorial candidate in Alabama up to that time. (Stewart, p. 214).

    34. Education World® - Special Education : Academic Programs : General Resources
    Institute for Deaf and Blind alabama Institute for is the world's most comprehensiveeducation and rehabilitation Directorate general V Agency's mission is to

    35. Education World® - Universities : North America : USA : General Resources
    Alphabetical Listing alabama Alaska Arizona university degree programs for graduateengineering, MBA, English, business, computers, education, architecture and

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    Capstone Medical Laboratory alabama State Board of Health. BSHES Foundation forInterior Design education and Research. MCL, JD, LL.M. (general), LL.M. (Tax
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    37. UAB School Of Dentistry - CE Course Listing
    in Periodontal Therapy A Course for the general Dentist Friday Maxillofacial ProstheticConcepts Friday, September 20; Hinmanalabama education Seminar Solving

    About the School Prospective Students Current Students ... Other Local CE Continuing Dental Education
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    38. WashLaw Web - State Government AL - CO Page
    State Constitution (alabama Department of Archives and History). State AgenciesGovernor's Office; Attorney general; Higher education. Miscellaneous
    State Information for Alabama - Colorado
    Documents relating to state and local government and legislative information.

    39. General Information
    general INFORMATION. History and Service Area. Gadsden State Community College wasestablished on February 28, 1985, when the alabama State Board of education
    History and Service Area
    Gadsden State Community College was establishe d on February 28, 1985, when the Alabama State Board of Education merged Alabama Technical College, Gadsden State Technical Institute, and Gadsden State Junior College.Although Gadsden State Community College is relatively young, the three institutions from which it was formed had served the Gadsden area long and well. The first of these three, Alabama Technical College, was founded as Alabama School of Trades in 1925 and was the first state -operated trade school in the Southern United States. In 1973, the name of the "trade school" was changed to Alabama Technical College.
    It is now identified as the East Broad Street Campus of GSCC. Gadsden State Technical Institute, the second oldest component of GSCC, began operations in 1960 as Gadsden Vocational Trade School, a private training facility. Two years later the State of Alabama assumed ownership of the school, and in 1972 it was renamed Gadsden State Technical Institute.
    I n 1997, the U. S. Department of Education designated this institution a

    40. IIT
    In general, costs per hours and fees should total about If you have questions aboutdistance education. George E. Marsh II The University of alabama Box 870158
    The Institute for Interactive Technology is primarily concerned with research and applications of interactive technology, in particular distance education through asynchronous delivery. The Master of Science Degree The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Human and Environmental Sciences is responsive to the demand for post-baccalaureate education. The master's degree has the flexibility to quickly respond to the needs of students and employers in a rapidly changing work environment. The Master of Science program in human and environmental sciences is a major in general human and environmental studies providing extraordinary flexibility for any emphasis in the programs of the college. Offered Totally Online There is currently one emphasis available online: Interactive Technology The program is fully online and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Credit-Hour Requirements The program is a 30-credit-hour degree program. It is intended for those who wish to achieve mastery at the highest professional level in Interactive Technology. Costs You must check the current rates for courses. They are subject to change each year.

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