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  1. SCHOOL-TO-WORK PROGRAM.(School-to-Work Opportunities Act 1994): An article from: Education by Charles L., Jr. Guest, 2000-06-22
  2. Does the type of campus influence self-regulated learning as measured by the Motivated Strategies For Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ)?: An article from: Education by Rebecca R. Jacobson, Sandra M. Harris, 2008-03-22
  3. The laws of ignorance designed to keep slaves (Blacks) illiterate and powerless.: An article from: Education by Ralph Erickson, 1997-12-22
  4. An examination of the educational and legal ramifications of "full inclusion" within our nation's public schools.: An article from: Education by Donald A. Boyd, Thomas S. Parish, 1996-03-22
  5. Breaking the school district boundaries: collaboration and cooperation for success.: An article from: Education by Robert S. McCord, 2002-12-22
  6. EDITORIAL IMPERATIVE WHERE `COLLECTIVE WILL' VIA ELECTRIC LIBRARIES AND MONEY REIGNS.(Brief Article): An article from: Education by Russell N. Cassel, 1999-12-22
  7. School finance reform: an unresolved issue across the Nation.: An article from: Education by Franklin B. Walter, Scott R. Sweetland, 2003-09-22
  8. PRINCIPALS EDUCATE BEGINNING TEACHERS ABOUT THE LAW.: An article from: Education by Agnes E. Smith, John E. Morrow, et all 1999-09-22
  9. SHAPING AMERICA'S WORKFORCE FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM.(role of education in job preparation): An article from: Education by David L. Gray, 2000-06-22
  10. Child-abuse policy arenas in Ontario and Michigan: the school.: An article from: Education by William M. Bridgeland, Edward A. Duane, 1996-03-22
  11. Therapeutic justice and child abuse.: An article from: Education by Edward Ryan, 1994-03-22
  12. Recommendations for use of SQ3R in introductory psychology textbooks.(Survey, Question, Read, Recite, and Review)(Report): An article from: Education by Ronald C. Feldt, Robert Hensley, 2009-06-22
  14. Effects of educational strategies on college students' identification of sexual harassment.: An article from: Education by Danielle R. Birdeau, Cheryl L. Somers, et all 2005-03-22

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AGENCY NAME alabama Commission on Higher education. Code of alabama 1975, relatingto the Police POFSEAP regulations in order to comply with statutory.
SUBSTANCE OF PROPOSED ACTION: To amend the POFSEAP Regulations to comply with amendments adopted by Alabama Act 99-448. TIME, PLACE, MANNER OF PRESENTING VIEWS: Persons wishing to present views concerning the proposed amendments to the regulations may contact Dr. William H. Wall, Director of Grants and Scholarships, Alabama Commission on Higher Edacation, Post Office Box 302000, Montgomery, AL 36130-2000; 334/242-2271 , between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM each day, up to and including December 6, 1999. FINAL DATE FOR COMMENT AND COMPLETION OF NOTICE: December 6,1999. CONTACT PERSON AT AGENCY: Dr. William H. Wall Signature of officer authorized to promulgate rules and regulations or his or her deputy

23. Alabama Administrative Monthly, Volume XX No 9
STATE DEPARTMENET OF education RULE NO. TITLE 2903-1-.02; regulations GoverningPublic Schools. AGENCY NAME alabama Department of education. RULE NO.
Alabama Administrative Monthly, Volume XX No 9

24. Education America, Mobile Campus, Southeast College Of Technology, Alabama
this web site, the current regulations and requirements education AmericaSoutheastCollege of Technology (SCT) - Mobile is the oldest city in alabama and the
828 Downtowner Loop West, Mobile, AL 36609-5519
WATTS: 800-866-0850 251-343-8200 Fax: 251-343-0577 Visit Mobile Map to Campus Local Links Contact Us ... Home Education America, Southeast College of Technology, Mobile campus, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT)
X Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of this web site and its information, regulations and program requirements may change. Accordingly, if the current regulations or program requirements of this campus or any others of Education America conflict with the information contained in this web site, the current regulations and requirements govern. A Web/Catalog Addendum will be included to reflect any catalog policy or procedure changes.

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26. MakingScholarshipsaReality
The Governor’s Office has stated that the regulations for the scholarship a goodfirststep in the process of resolving alabama’s education funding issues
Volume 3 Issue 3 June-July, 1999
In support of and working together with
Alabama State Univ
Univ of Alabama
Univ of Ala at Bham
Univ of Ala at Huntsville
Auburn Univ
Auburn Univ at Mtgy Jacksonville State Univ Univ.of Montevallo Univ of North Alabama Univ of South Alabama Troy State Univ Troy State Univ Dothan Troy State Univ Mtgy Univ of West Alabama Inside this Issue Partnership meets membership challenge 1999 Legislative Session in Review Making Scholarships a Reality Second Annual STARS Luncheon Held in Montgomery
Partnership Update
Making Scholarships a Reality
A Specifically, his office is to be congratulated for their commitment to education. The Higher Education Partnership applauds both the Siegelman Administration and legislative leaders like Representative Howard Hawk and Senator Hank Sanders, who orchestrated a 6% increase in university funding during 1999. While a 6% upward swing is not enough to make the long-term improvements that are needed, it is a good start. Students from University of South Alabama (behind camera) "make a difference" by joining students from universities across the state, at the Higher Education Day Rally held April 8, 1999 in front of the Alabama State House.

27. Alabama Department Of Insurance - Prospective Continuing Education Providers
Continuing education Program Summary of regulations and Provider Criteria. I. Summaryof regulations. The following requirements were set forth by the alabama
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Prospective Continuing Education Providers
The following information should be carefully reviewed before you submit your application for approval as a provider of continuing education courses in Alabama. Make your check or money order in the amount of $300 payable to the Commissioner of Insurance. Return the application to: State of Alabama
Department of Insurance
Continuing Education Section
P. O. Box 303351
Montgomery, AL 36130-3351 CE Provider Course Application CE Course Provider Application Allow 60 days for review and processing of your application.
Summary of Regulations
The following requirements were set forth by the Alabama Department of Insurance hereinafter referred to as the "Department" pursuant to Act No. 96-343, and Departmental Regulation 110. All producers and service representatives, hereinafter referred to generally as "licensees" , who do not qualify for an exemption under this act are required to complete twelve (12) hours of continuing education classes annually. The continuing education courses keep licensees proficient to conduct insurance business in the State of Alabama. The courses are an integral part of qualifying the licensee for the annual renewal of their license. The following stipulations apply for licensees holding the following license types.

28. Alabama Department Of Insurance - Code Of Alabama
8A13, to license individuals selling insurance in the State of alabama. Administeringstatutes and regulations governing the education of licensed
The State Insurance Department is required by the Code of Alabama , 1975 Section 27-7-1 through 27-8A-13, to license individuals selling insurance in the State of Alabama. The Producer Licensing Division is responsible for the administration of these code sections by:
  • Administering the applicable statutes and regulations governing the initial and continued licensure of all resident and non-resident producers, adjusters, service representatives, dental service representatives, legal service representatives, motor club representatives, surplus line brokers, reinsurance intermediaries, managing general agents, and business entities. Maintaining files for all individuals and entities licensed through this office so that public documents are accessible upon request. Administering statutes and regulations governing the education of licensed individuals. Collecting fees from license applicants and issuing licenses when approved. Maintaining education standards for initial licensing and continuing education of insurance representatives to ensure that only qualified individuals are licensed to transact insurance business with citizens of this state.

29. Alabama Homeschool -- You Too Can Be A Church
being the fact that church is not defined in alabama law vagueness would resultin the legislature defining homeschool and passing home education regulations.
In Alabama, there is a great deal of encouragement given to new and existing homeschooling families to form their own church school and cover their own family. Those who believe that this is the "ideal" scenario place much emphasis on the so-called "legal basis" for this argument being the fact that "church" is not defined in Alabama law.
However, that is not only not a guarantee of protection against prosecution, there is evidence to suggest that it is anything but protection. When a term is not defined by law, the courts can take at least two different stances probably more but at least two that preclude the absence of definition being considered a protection.
The first is that they apply the principle of "common usage". For example, in the state of Florida two families were prosecuted for forming their own private school that included only their own family (each family had their own school, not one school with two families). Even though the term "private school" was not defined in FL law, the courts ruled against them by applying "common usage" to define "private school". A family that believed their protection was in the fact that "church" is not defined by AL code, worst case, could be ruled against individually.

30. A Report Of The Three Most Recent Years' Crime Statistics
October 2000, The University of alabama began submitting online to the Departmentof education per the The regulations governing the reporting of campus crime
Campus Security Report Home About the University Police Community Oriented Police Safer Living Guide ... Police Home Since 1990, in accordance with the federal regulations of the Campus Security Act, The University of Alabama has published both crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years and UA security policies in the annual Safer Living Guide . This guide was distributed each year to current UA employees and students and was also made available to prospective employees and students. (This guide now introduces our prospective and current students, faculty, and staff to the general procedures for reporting crimes both on and off campus and includes tips on preventing theft of property and crimes of violence, including physical and sexual assaults.) In October 2000, The University of Alabama began publishing campus crime statistics and UA security policies in the Annual Campus Security Report, available on the Web at Printed copies of the Annual Campus Security Report are available to any member of the community or interested party by e-mailing

31. Catalog, 2001-2002, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
primarily on the generous support of the alabama Baptist State University Core Curriculumand General education Curriculum Requirements. Academic regulations.
Maintained by University Relations . Last updated: January 18, 2002
Academic Calendars and Critical Deadlines
Students are expected to know regulations and policies found in this catalog and the Student Handbook. Keeping abreast of the school calendar, critical deadlines, and all university mail received in one's university mailbox and/or electronic mail is also the student's responsibility.
Undergraduate Day and Graduate Students*
Semester System
For full-time undergraduate and graduate students, Samford University operates on the semester (4-1-4) system, consisting of two four-month semesters, fall and spring, and a three-week term in January (see Jan Term below). The fall semester begins in late August and ends in mid-December. The spring semester begins in late January and ends in mid-May. A maximum of 18 credits may be taken during the semester without additional approval of an academic dean. Jan Term
Summer Terms

Summer term day classes are split into two five-week terms. A maximum of 16 credits can be taken during the summer terms, with a maximum of eight in each term.

32. Governance Legislation And Regulations - Council On Law In Higher Education Law
State Commissions of Higher education alabama; Alaska; Arizona; Arkansas;California; Colorado; Connecticut; Delaware; District of Columbia;
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33. State Of Alabama - ISD - Telecommunications Division Code
The department may promulgate rules and regulations governing the manner to the telephonerevolving fund from the alabama special education trust fund
Thursday, April 03, 2003
ARTICLE 11. TELECOMMUNICATIONS DIVISION. Effective date § 41-4-280. Definitions. For the purpose of this article, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings ascribed:
  • DEPARTMENT. The department of finance. AGENCY. Any agency, department, board, commission, office, agency or institution of the state, except those agencies and institutions excluded by section 41-4-291. ELECTROMAGNETIC TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT. Any transmission medium, switch, instrument, inside wiring system or other facility which is used, in whole or in part, to provide any transmission. EQUIPMENT SUPPORT CONTRACT. A contract which covers a specific class or classes of telecommunications equipment and all features associated with that class, through which state agencies may purchase or lease the item specified by issuing a purchase order under the terms of the contract without the necessity of further competitive bidding. PROCUREMENT. The buying, purchasing, renting, leasing, lease/purchasing or otherwise obtaining telecommunications equipment, systems or related services, as well as all activities engaged in, resulting in or expected to result in buying, purchasing, renting, leasing or otherwise obtaining telecommunications equipment. TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, SYSTEMS, RELATED SERVICES.
  • 34. Parking Rules And Regulations
    who possess a current University of South alabama ID card may permits from the Officeof Continuing education and will follow regulations as instructed by
    I. General A. All vehicles on campus will have either a permanent permit purchased at Bursar's Office, or a temporary permit obtained from University Police/Information Office at University Boulevard entrance.
    B. Each day and evening student, faculty, staff and administrative official who operates a motor vehicle on campus will register the vehicle with the Bursar's Office and purchase a numbered hang tag to be displayed on the rear view mirror with the front of the permit visible from the outside.
    C. Student Parking - white tags - white lines in parking lot. Faculty/Staff parking - blue tags - blue lines.
    D. LOCK YOUR CAR. A lost or stolen hang tag must be reported to the University Police immediately (460-6611). A temporary permit will be given for a three-week period. After investigation, if the tag has not been located, a replacement tag may be purchased (original cost).

    35. Department Of Education
    board of education in the State of alabama. The resources available include regulations,certification, school construction, special education, and more
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    36. Alabama Wildlife And Freshwater Fisheries / Wildlife Section
    Deer by Tooth Wear Falconry regulations in PDF Wildlife Restoration Photographs ofAlabama Wildlife News Program Youth Hunter education Challenge Information
    2002-2003 Regulation Book .doc format
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    What you should know Becoming An Outdoors Woman Workshop Aging Deer by Tooth Wear Falconry Regulations in PDF Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Photographs of Alabama Wildlife News and Articles Shooting Ranges ... Archery in School's Program Information For more information E-Mail Assistant Chief Keith Guyse Or contact: Alabama Dept. of Conservation Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries 64 N. Union Street Montgomery, Alabama 36130-1456 Hunting Fishing Wildlife Enforcement ... Home

    37. Alabama Homeschool Pages -
    the cover schools themselves are free to set their own rules and regulations as they linksto a couple of web sites that include the alabama education codes so
    Articles and resources to assist home educators and homeschoolers who desire to move beyond the "cookie-cutter box" mentality. Experience learning and education as it should be!
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    We able to see that our interest would be best served not by asking the state to promulgate our values but by forbidding the state to promulgate any values at all. If the state can espouse some value that we love, it can, with equal justice, espouse others we do not love. ~ Richard Mitchell
      Alabama Homeschooling
    Home educating in Alabama can at first seem a daunting process and an unfair one, given the fact that there is no actual homeschool law and that it is a requirement to enroll in a church cover school. Gosh, haven't the people here in Alabama heard of separation of church and state? Why do we have to mix religion (church cover schools) into how we can homeschool?
      It is the very fact that there is no legal definition of homeschooling that protects us from unnecessary state oversight. We enjoy the ability to homeschool through the separation of church and state principle, enabling us to homeschooling pretty much as we please without interference from the State of Alabama. In Alabama we are legally considered church schoolers, not homeschoolers. We enroll our children in a Church Cover School, of which there are many in the state. And since there are so few rules set by the State to oversee these cover schools, the cover schools themselves are free to set their own rules and regulations as they deem necessary. And we are free to pick and choose amongst those church cover schools to find the one that best suits us, whether it is one that requires testing, or one that requires members to be of a particular religion, or one does not care about your religion at all, or one that requires monthly reporting, or one that requires yearly reporting.

    38. Alabama State Agencies: Web Guide Includes Government Agencies That Regulate Con
    applicable laws, rules and regulations; provides licensing Provides full text of AlabamaState Building Provides statistics on education, employers, population
    State Agencies: Alabama
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    Alabama's Official Home Page
    Links to the executive, judicial and legislative branches of government; regional, county and municipal government Web sites. Features include links to information on general contractors, the Building Commission and state purchasing; occupational license searching; and state employee telephone directory.
    Alabama Development Office

    Attorney General Opinions
    Contains attorney general opinions from 1979 to the present in PDF format and from 1996 to the present as a Word document. Users can search database of synopses or by description, keyword, opinion number, date of final opinions, individual requesting opinion and county of originating request for opinions from 1979 to 1998. Can perform full text search on opinions from 1996 to present. Users also can browse recent opinions by entering range in "Search by Date" form.
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    39. Falconers & Austringers Of Alabama
    to those interested in falconry, raptor education, and environmental this art in thestate of alabama, USA. Bird Treaty Act and other regulations, and can only
    Welcome To The
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    Club Spotlight Providing artificial habitat for kestrels
    Falconry is the ancient art of training birds of prey to hunt, accompanied by their human trainers. Falconry is believed to have origins in far eastern countries, starting around 1500 B.C. Before the invention of the firearm a bird of prey was one of the practical means of catching fast quarry. About fifteen dedicated falconers practice this art in the state of Alabama, USA. Raptors are protected under the U.S. Migratory Bird Treaty Act and other regulations, and can only be kept by qualified persons with current federal and state permits. For Additional Information Contact: Charles Sizemore (Vice-President) - Number Of Visitors since 01/01/2000
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    40. Alabama -- Sources [ ALSO! -- U.S. Law ]
    Revenue Dep't — Links to “new” regulations (called rules) are to Practice• Continuing Legal education Continuing Legal education—alabama State Bar.

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