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  1. A manual for the county high schools of Alabama; containing rules and regulations, courses of study, adopted texts, treatment of the several subjects in the curricula
  2. A Manual for the County High Schools of Alabama; Containing Rules and Regulations, Courses of Study, Adopted Texts, Treatment of Several by Alabama. Dept. of Education, 2010-10-14
  3. A manual for the county high schools of Alabama; containing rules and regulations, courses of study, adopted texts, treatment of the several subjects in the curricula by Alabama. Dept. of Education, 1914-12-31
  4. Rules and regulations, program of studies, adopted text books for county high schools, July 1, 1922 by Alabama. Dept. of Education, 1922-12-31
  5. Rules and regulations, program of studies, adopted text books for county high schools, July 1, 1922
  6. From the school finance front - a landmark ruling? (Alabama Circuit Court's ruling that the funding extended by Alabama to education of children is inadequate): An article from: State Legislatures
  7. Despite regulations, Hispanics turned down by some colleges.(Alabama)(Brief Article): An article from: Community College Week
  8. State pension fund to study Alabama's Prepaid' Tuition Plan.(money tree): An article from: Community College Week by Unavailable, 2009-06-01
  9. Feeling-of-knowing judgment and self-regulation of learning.(Report): An article from: Education by Hefer Bembenutty, 2009-06-22
  10. A Manual for the County High Schools of Alabama: Containing Rules and Regulations, Courses of Study, Adopted Texts, Treatment of the Several Subjects in the Curricula. by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  11. Dialogue and action: addressing recruitment of diverse faculty in one Midwestern University's College of Education and Human Services.: An article from: Education by Kathy Adams, Mary Ellen Bargerhuff, 2005-06-22
  12. The California plan for dealer's with public school accountability.: An article from: Education by Andrew Kennedy, 1997-03-22
  13. Policies regarding distance education.: An article from: Education by Camilia Anne Czubaj, 2001-09-22
  14. Accessibility of elementary schools' web sites for students with disabilities.: An article from: Education by Marty Bray, Claudia P. Flowers, et all 2003-06-22

1. ALABAMA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION
alabama FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION AFA 66th Annual Conference June 67, 2003 at the Marriott Grand Hotel, Point Clear, alabama. God Bless the United States of America! by the executive board of the alabama education Association, one member appointed by the board in the establishment of rules, regulations and standards necessary to carry out
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ALABAMA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION Districts Bylaws Membership Captain Drake Award ... Officers AFA 66th Annual Conference June 6-7, 2003 at the Marriott Grand Hotel, Point Clear, Alabama. God Bless the United States of America! If you are dedicated to the Alabama Fire Service and wish to be affiliated with others that share your common interest; Accept the Challenge, Join forces with us! ALABAMA FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS MEMORIAL BROCHURE (ACROBAT READER) 2003 Alabama Firefighters Association Conference Point Clear, Alabama Click Here for Conference Information See pictures from AFA 65th Annual Conference The Alabama Firefighters Association has been in existence since 1936. Our purpose is to formulate and promote programs useful to the fire services and to represent the interest of the Fire Service in the State of Alabama. AFA has the responsibility to provide members to the following; Great State of Alabama by promoting:
  • Legislation that benefits Firefighters
  • Opening lines of communication
We accomplish this with dedicated members by using teamwork, and giving our best to create an environment that provides each of us the opportunity to reach our potential. We continue to strive and improve our services to both paid and volunteer departments.

2. Alabama Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool
Requirements for legally homeschooling in alabama, from your Homeschooling Guide CollegeBound Thoughts Opinions Web Wonks Religion Cultural. alabama education Code For Homeschooling school year, under such rules and regulations as the board may prescribe.
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Alabama Education Code For Homeschooling This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library. Alabama does not recognize homeschooling as a separate legal option. Homeschoolers in Alabama must educate their children according to the provisions set forth in this legislation and therefore, most find "covering" or "umbrella" schools which will oversee their homeschooling programs and answer to the state. Parents with a teaching credentials may qualify as tutors for their own children. Rural or working children may also have an advantage. Compulsory attendance - Between 7 and 16 years of age.

3. Links: Disability: Education - Alabama Council For Developmental Disabilities
Also see our alabama education Resources page. This site has lots of information about FAPE, laws and regulations, and associated links.
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Also see our Alabama Education Resources page.

4. ALSDE - Special Education
to all education agencies serving alabama’s gifted is also responsible for ensuringthat education agencies providing and state laws and regulations and for
http://www.alsde.edu/html/sections/section_detail.asp?section=65

5. ALSDE - Special Education Links
Federal regulations Section for Special education Federal regulations Sectionfor Special education. Also know as IDEA 97. 1/10/2001. alabama Head Injury
http://www.alsde.edu/html/sections/links1.asp?section=65

6. Quality Counts: Alabama Data
This table shows alabama's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, Category Regional North America United States alabama education...... This table shows alabama 's scores, along with those of some of its neighboringstates, in our State grants waivers of education regulations, yes, yes, yes, yes.
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Alabama Data
This table shows Alabama 's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, in our five major areas.
  • Student Achievement
  • School Climate
  • Resources
  • Quality of Teaching Alabama Student Achievement Data For more information about these measures, see our Student Achievement page. N/A = State did not participate in NAEP testing. = Information not available. Ala. Ky. Miss. Tenn. 4th graders proficient or advanced in reading, 1994 8th graders proficient or advanced in math, 1992 4th graders reading at basic, NAEP 1994 4th graders reading below basic, NAEP 1994 8th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 8th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 Ala. Ky. Miss. Tenn. 4th graders in math at proficient or advanced, NAEP 1992 4th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 4th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 State-funded preschool for disadvantaged, 1995 no yes no no Public high schools with AP courses, 1996 8th graders taking algebra, 1992 Ala. Ky. Miss. Tenn. Students taking upper-level math, 1994 Students taking upper-level science, 1994 1994 grads enrolling in college
    Alabama School Climate Data
    This table shows Alabama 's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, in our School Climate category. For more information about these measures, see our
  • 7. Quality Counts '98: Alabama Indicator Data Table
    1997, n/a, n/a, weak, n/a. alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee.State grants waivers of education regulations, Oct. 1997, yes, yes,yes, yes.
    http://www.edweek.org/sreports/qc98/states/tables/al-t.htm
    Alabama Data
    This table shows Alabama's scores in our five major areas.
  • Student Achievement
  • Quality of Teaching
  • School Climate
  • Resources See this state's urban data table for more education data, broken out by urban and nonurban districts. Student Achievement For more information about these measures, see our 50-state Student Achievement data table. = State did not participate in national assessment, survey, or data collection.
    = A statistically significant improvement from 1992.
    All figures are in percents. Alabama Kentucky Mississippi Tennessee 4th graders "proficient" in math, NAEP 1996 4th graders "basic" in math, NAEP 1996 4th graders below "basic" in math, NAEP 1996 8th graders "proficient" in math, NAEP 1996 8th graders "basic" in math, NAEP 1996 8th graders below "basic" in math, NAEP 1996 4th graders who scored at least at "proficient" level on 1996 NAEP science exam Alabama Kentucky Mississippi Tennessee 8th graders "basic" in science, NAEP 1996 8th graders below "basic" in science, NAEP 1996 4th graders "proficient" in reading, NAEP 1994 Public high schools offering Advanced Placement courses, 1997
  • 8. Alabama Legal And Law Links. Alabama Statutes, Codes, Regulations & Court Cases.
    alabama Secretary of State alabama Attorney General alabama Dept. of Archivesalabama Dept. of Economics alabama Dept. of education alabama Dept. of Ind.
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    9. Education In Alabama's Public Schools
    "Topdown" federal and state and local edicts; "Civil rights" rules and regulations; Cross-town busing; is kidding whom? The alabama "education industry" does not need or deserve
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    AND: Taj Mahal Public Schools (link) AND: LABORATORY-public school, managed by a college (link) AND: Mutual involvement foundation for education (MIFFED) And SEE: MORE Local TAX from productive citizens (link) AND TAX: more and more TAX for "education" (link) See also: Racism, and anti-Racism (link) See also TRACKING in public schools (link) And SEE Ebonics and Albonics (link) And: A+ COALITION for Education, in Alabama

    10. Education And The Law
    alabama Constitution of 1861, article VI (education); alabama Constitution of 1819 GoveranceFinal Report (June 1996); Maine Department of education regulations;
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    11. ALSDE - Special Education
    Information regarding federal regulations, special education process charts, discipline, due process, mediation, Supported By alabama Dept. of education/Information Systems Services
    http://www.alsde.edu/html/sections/section_detail.asp?section=65&footer=sections

    12. House Subcommittees
    OF THE alabama. Insurance regulations James Buskey, Chair, David Grimes, Vice Chair,Blaine Galliher, Ranking Minority Member, Betty Carol Graham education.
    http://www.legislature.state.al.us/house/housecommittees/housecommittees.html
    STANDING COMMITTEES
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    13. Education And The Law
    1875, article XIII (education). alabama Constitution of 1868, article XI (education). alabama Kentucky Administrative regulations, title 700 (education, Arts, and Humanities
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    1875, article XIII (education). alabama Constitution of 1868, article XI (education). alabama Maine Department of education regulations. Malaysia Ministry of education materials (in
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    15. DIXON V. ALABAMA (1961)
    294 F.2d 150 (Cite as 294 F.2d 150) St. John DIXON et al., Appellants, alabama STATE BOARD OF education et al., Appellees. United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit. Aug. 4, 1961. the statutes, laws and regulations of the State of alabama, thereby deprived plaintiffs of
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    294 F.2d 150
    (Cite as: 294 F.2d 150)
    St. John DIXON et al., Appellants,
    v.
    ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION et al., Appellees.
    No. 18641.
    United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit.
    Aug. 4, 1961. Action for former students at state supported college seeking preliminary and permanent injunction restraining State Board of Education and others from obstructing their right to attend college. From a judgment of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, Frank M. Johnson, Jr., J., 186 F.Supp. 945, upholding the dismissal and denying requested relief, the students appealed. The Court of Appeals, Rives, Circuit Judge, held that due process required notice and some opportunity for a hearing before the students at the tax-supported college could be expelled for misconduct. Reversed and remanded. Cameron, Circuit Judge, dissented. Jack Greenberg, Thurgood Marshall, New York City, Fred D. Gray, Montgomery, Ala., Derrick A. Bell, Jr., New York City, for appellants, James M. Nabrit, III, New York City, of Counsel. Gordon Madison, Asst. Atty, Gen. of Ala., MacDonald Gallion, Atty. Gen. of Ala., Robt. P. Bradley, Governor's Office, Montgomery, Ala., for appellees.

    16. Alabama Firefighters Association
    chapter and the rules, regulations and standards American Academy of Pediatrics,alabama Emergency Medical Services education Committee, Pofessional
    http://www.alfire.com/default.htm

    17. Alabama SIG - Agenda And Goals (334) 242-8114
    alabama STATE IMPROVEMENT GRANT Appendix B alabama strategic plan for Educating Students with Disabilities The State Department of education is committed to ensuring a quality education for alabama's students with disabilities. and state and federal laws and regulations. Survey other states regarding Policies and Professional Procedures, alabama education Association. Craig Ramey, Director, Civitan
    http://www.auburn.edu/~brownd6/work/sig/appendb.htm
    ALABAMA STATE IMPROVEMENT GRANT Appendix B - Alabama strategic plan
    Alabama Agenda
    for Educating Students with Disabilities
    Values Mission Statement Goals Strategic Planning Team The State Department of Education is committed to ensuring a quality education for Alabama's students with disabilities. Of the 739,321 students in Alabama's public schools, grades K-12, there are over 97,800 students identified as disabled. In addition, there are another 3,500 preschool students, ages 3-4. In the spring of 1998, the State Superintendent of Education appointed a strategic planning team to assist in the development of a long-range plan for Alabama. This plan is the "Alabama Agenda for Educating Students with Disabilities." 1998 - FUTURE
    I. VALUES
    The following represent the fundamental values related to the Alabama Agenda for Educating Students with Disabilities. WE BELIEVE THAT EACH INDIVIDUAL: Has the right to express, pursue, and develop his/her unique gifts, talents, and dreams in a safe and supported environment.
    Has value, deserves respect, and possesses the ability to learn.

    18. AASB: Publications/"Alabama School Boards"
    and how many state Department of education regulations must be imposed on localboards of education for some and are ready to be called ¬ďalabama educated
    http://www.theaasb.org/asb.cfm?DocID=433

    19. AASB: Publications/Court Report
    163-11 to mean that it may promulgate regulations to be followed by local boardsof education. 290-3-1-.02(1)(b)(2) of the alabama Administrative Code
    http://www.theaasb.org/court_report.cfm?DocID=697

    20. Procedures And Regulations Of Academic Degree Credit Courses By Non-Alabama Inst
    alabama Commission on Higher education AND APPROVAL OF ACADEMIC DEGREE CREDIT COURSESIN alabama BY NONalabama INSTITUTIONS. PROCEDURES AND regulations 1997-98.
    http://www.ache.state.al.us/eisenhow/NONRESID/nrreview.htm
    Alabama Commission on Higher Education PLANNING AND COORDINATION REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF ACADEMIC DEGREE CREDIT COURSES IN ALABAMA BY NON-ALABAMA INSTITUTIONS Administrative Rules
    CHAPTER 300-2-1.02 PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS
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    Section No. Goal Organization Definition of Terms Procedure for Applying for Approval ... Appeal Review and Approval or Disapproval of Proposed Postsecondary Course Offerings in Alabama by Non-Alabama Institutions Goal : The purpose of reviewing and approving or disapproving proposed postsecondary units or programs of instruction (courses) offered in the State of Alabama by non-Alabama institutions is to make certain that such proposed courses meet acceptable academic standards before then enroll prospective student-consumers. Organization It is the responsibility of the Alabama Commission on Higher Education to establish policies and procedures for reviewing and approving or disapproving all proposed postsecondary credit courses offered in the State of Alabama by any non-Alabama institution of education. These institutions must also be licensed to do business in Alabama by the State of Alabama Department of Education. For purposes of this rule, the following definitions apply:

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