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  1. Elementary and high school teachers: birds of a feather?(similarities and differences): An article from: Education by Susan H. Marston, Gerald J. Brunetti, et all 2005-03-22
  2. SENIOR STUDENTS EVALUATE A HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM IN NEW JERSEY.: An article from: Education by Robert C. Reiger, 2000-06-22
  3. The importance of the ninth grade on high school graduation rates and student success in high school.: An article from: Education by Kyle M. McCallumore, Ervin F. Sparapani, 2010-03-22
  4. Differences in learning styles of low socioeconomic status for low and high achievers.: An article from: Education by Ganel P. Caldwell, Dean W. Ginthier, 1996-09-22
  5. Assessing the communication proficiency of social studies teachers in selected secondary schools in South Central Nigeria.(Report): An article from: Education by Ede O.S. Iyamu, Andrew I. Iseguan, 2009-09-22
  6. Evaluation of teachers for restructured elementary curriculum (grades 1 to 5).: An article from: Education by Isa Korkmaz, 2008-12-22
  7. Secondary inclusion: strategies for implementing the consultative teacher model.: An article from: Education by Laura Bowden Carpenter, Allen Dyal, 2007-03-22
  8. A comparative study on children's perceptions of the child rights in the Turkish community of Turkey and Northern Cyprus.(Case study): An article from: Education by Hamza Akengin, 2008-12-22
  9. The edification of successful teachers: the role of the family.(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Education by Lee Duemer, Judy Benitez, et all 2002-06-22
  10. Preservice teachers' perceived need for training in health education.: An article from: Education by Deborah N. Wood, 1996-06-22
  11. 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

of alabama in Birmingham, Central alabama Community College Sylacauga high Schooland East highland Middle Five elementary schools, a middle school, a junior
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Central Alabama Community College Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind The Talladega County, Sylacauga City and Talladega City School systems are all fully accredited by both the State Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. There are a total of fifteen county, eight city elementary and secondary public schools, and three private schools. Central Alabama Community College in Childersburg and Talladega College, and the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind are among the county's higher educational institutions. Other accredited colleges and universities within an hour drive include the University of Alabama in Birmingham, Central Alabama Community College in Alexander City, Jacksonville State University, and the University of Montevallo. All offer advanced degrees. KINDERGARTEN THRU TWELVE SYLACAUGA CITY SCHOOLS Visit their WebSite Sylacauga's school system is excellent. Its pupils score above state and national averages on standardized tests. Sylacauga High School and East Highland Middle School were awarded Certificates of Excellence in Education in 1985 U.S. competition.

42. System Events
MARCH 10 – 14. alabama high School Graduation Exam/Exit Exam All high schools.WEEK OF APRIL 7. MAY 2. elementary Math Bee Gadsden State Community College.
System-wide Events MARCH 10 – 14 Alabama High School Graduation Exam/Exit Exam
All High Schools WEEK OF APRIL 7
Stanford 10 for Grades 3-8 APRIL 21-27 Mall Art Exhibit for
Elementary, Middle and High Schools
April 25 Elementary Track Meet - Small Schools
Sardis High School April 25 Elementary Track Meet - Large Schools
Rainbow Middle School April 30-May 1 Charlotte’s Web
Gadsden State Community College
Director: Gloria Griggs, Rainbow Middle School
Cast: Etowah County School System Students MAY 2 Elementary Math Bee
Gadsden State Community College
March 10 Marvelous Monday (6:00 p.m. – Library) March 10 PTA Meeting; 2nd Grade Program (6:00 p.m. - Gym) DUCK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY March 17 PTO Meeting (7:00p.m. - Lunchroom) GASTON ELEMENTARY AND HIGH March 21 Prom (8:00 p.m. – Center for Cultural Arts) GLENCOE ELEMENTARY March 20 PTO Meeting; 1 st Grade Program (7:00 p.m. – Gym) GLENCOE MIDDLE March 4-5 Cheerleading Clinic (3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. – Old Gym) March 5 Student/Faculty Basketball Game (1:30 p.m. – New Gym)

Broadcasting System) alabama History Programs The alabama Experience. Fax 3792451;Oak Grove elementary Phone 481 Oak Grove high School Phone 481-4260 Fax
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Jefferson County Schools

PBS Online
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Alabama History Programs The Alabama Experience
Nomination Form for Teacher of the Month Photos of Teacher of the Month Winners
Private Schools
  • Brooklane Baptist Academy Grades K - 12 160 Brooklane Drive Phone 497-0968 Garywood Christian School 1021 Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive Phone 744-4366; Education Building Phone 744-7965

44. Calera, Alabama
schools, NUMBER, TEACHERS, STUDENTS. elementary, 13, 564, 8792. Middle/Junior, 6,225, 3743. high School, 7, 312, 5105. Copyright © 20032004 City of Calera, AlabamaPO Box
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Shelby County School System
Calera's Schools SCHOOLS TEACHERS STUDENTS Calera High and Middle Calera Elementary Shelby Academy Calera Christian School Shelby County Schools SCHOOLS NUMBER TEACHERS STUDENTS Elementary Middle/Junior High School
City of Calera, Alabama
P.O. Box 187
Calera, Alabama 35040

45. - Local Schools & Colleges
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46. Childersburg Alabama's Schools's And Church's Page!
students enrolled in two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school.The city also has Coosa Vally Academy and Central alabama Community College.

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Churches of Childersburg
Partial Listing
  • Calvary Baptist Church . . .904 3rd St NW ............... 378-7221
  • Enon Baptist Church . . .13th St Sw ...............378-6066
  • First Baptist Church . . .200 Eighth Ave Sw ...............378-6058
  • Friendship Baptist Church . . .384 Pecan Rd ...............378-5454
  • Grace Baptist . . .Lucy Finn Rd .................378-7950
  • Mt Olive Baptist Church . . .4535 Desoto Caverns Pkway ..........378-6103
  • Mt Sharon Baptist Church . . .6172 Childersburg-Fayetteville Rd ............378-7399
  • Mountain View Baptist Church . . .Old Sylacauga Hwy ...........378-7338
  • Trinity Baptist Church . . .Fayetteville Rd ..........378-5812
  • Victory Baptist Church . . .1215 17th St Sw ............378-5515
  • Church of Christ . . .Coosa Pines Dr ..........378-6644
  • Church of God . . .Hwy 280 ...........378-5306
  • St Mary's Episcopal Church . . .5th Nw ............378-5223
  • House of Prayer . . .318 8th Ave Sw ................378-1377
  • Holiness unto the Lord Tabernacle . . .131 8th Ave Sw ..............378-6349
  • True Light Church of our Lord Jesus Christ . . .Lucy Finn Rd .............378-3396

47. AlabamaEd: "Alabama School Sites"
elementary schools. Middle/Jr. high schools. high schools. School Districts.alabama Colleges/Universities. alabama Law schools. alabama Medical schools.
Alabama Schools Elementary Schools Middle/Jr. High Schools High Schools School Districts ... Sports

48. Public Schools In Genesee County. WNYRIN
Oakfieldalabama elementary School, Oakfield, Oakfield-alabama Central SchoolDistrict, Oakfield-alabama Junior-Senior high School, Oakfield, Oakfield
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Public Schools in Genesee County

49. School Links -  Grady Cyberpsace Web Project
Other Atlanta elementary schools. Morris Brandon elementary NW Atlanta, Probono contribution by IXL. North Carolina high schools. alabama high schools.
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If you like to see other school sites, we have them. We talked with other school webmaster and documented facts about some of the sites. You can find maps here Grady's Feeder Schools Centennial Place Elementary Charlie W. Hill Elementary John Hope Elementary Mary Lin Elementary ... Walden Middle Other Atlanta Elementary Schools Morris Brandon Elementary
NW Atlanta Pro bono contribution by IXL Georgia High Schools Walton HS Marietta I mpressive site Created and maintained by current students. Students update the site, usually from home. Updates are usually emailed to webmasters for publishing. Use ISP hosting. FrontPage is HTML editor. Some Java Script. Don't have pictures so they don't yet have a policy on publishing student pictures. No commercial advertising but do have a page for for student employment opportunities. Web publishing is not specifically taught at Walton.

Watwood elementary School 2000 Limbaugh Boulevard Childersburg, AL 35044 Grades K4Phone (256) 315-5460 Winterboro high School 22601 alabama highway 21
OUR SCHOOLS Childersburg Elementary School
235 Pinecrest Drive
Childersburg, AL 35044
Grades K-4
Phone: (256) 315-5525 Fax: (256) 315-5535
Karen Culver, Principal
Kathy Wilbanks, Secretary Childersburg High School
122 Fay S. Perry Drive
Childersburg, AL 35044
Grades 9-12
Phone: (256) 315-5475 Fax: (256) 315-5495 John Galloway, Principal Kevin Maddox, Assistant Principal Janice S. Rousseau, Secretary Childersburg Middle School 800 4th Street, SE Childersburg, AL 35044 Grades 5-8 Phone: (256) 315-5505 Fax: (256) 315-5520 Alex Stewart, Principal Micheal McKee, Assistant Principal Susan Graham, Secretary B. B. Comer Elementary School 803 Seminole Avenue Sylacauga, AL 35150 Grades K-6 Phone: (256) 315-5430 Fax: (256) 315-5445 Rebecca Robinson, Principal Rhonda Sims, Assistant Principal Sherry Reynolds, Secretary B. B. Comer High School 801 Seminole Avenue Sylacauga, AL 35150

51. Elba City Schools
highlights · Elba elementary School is Elba high School is twelfth highest inthe state on percentage of seniors passing the alabama high School Basic
The schools are located on an 157-acre campus approximately two miles west of downtown Elba on Highway 166. All school activities and physical plants are located on this campus. The Elba City Schools have honor programs, many extra-curricular activities for boys and girls, vocational programs and are rated in the top 25% of state schools. Elba City Schools experience very low incident of serious behavioral problems. Incident reports show that problems relating to drugs, weapons and violence among our students are at a very low level. A very successful Drug Awareness/Resistance Education (DARE) program has a very positive effect on helping students "say no" to drugs. Strong, fair and compassionate discipline is practiced at both schools and the results are seen in low incidence of these behavioral problems. Contact Information: Danny Weeks, Superintendent 131 Tiger Drive Elba, AL 36323 Elba Elementary School: Mickey McCollough, Principal 145 Tiger Drive Elba, AL 36323 Elba High School: Mike Williams, Principal

52. Russellville City Schools - Online
Telephone and email directory, employment opportunities, and school sites.Category Regional North America R Russellville Education...... Central Office; Email Directory; Russellville high School; Russellville elementarySchool; West elementary School; alabama Department of Education Reports for
Russellville, Alabama
Spring Break - March 24-28
Make-up Day for Students - April 16, 2003 Lunch Menus
Lunch menus for each school are now online and will be updated regularly. Baseball Schedules Golf Schedules Alabama Department of Education Reports for Russellville City Schools Career Tech State Text Book List 2003-2004 School Calendar Useful Links:
Last Revised: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 This Site Maintained by
Joel Andrews

53. Cellular South - About - Community Involvement - ClassLink - Schools
Davis elementary School, Montgomery, alabama, Palmer Wireless, Inc. Cloud. EastPark elementary, Moss Point, Mississippi, Cellular South. Lindbergh Senior high,St.
ClassLink - Schools School City State Carrier The Center for Exceptional Children Alabaster Alabama BellSouth Corporation Lincoln Elementary School Huntsville Alabama GTE Mobilnet Phillips Preparatory School Mobile Alabama BellSouth Corporation Davis Elementary School Montgomery Alabama Palmer Wireless, Inc.

54. Montgomery County School Demographics
SOURCE State of alabama State Superintendent's Report Card FY 199697. CloverdaleJunior high and Southlawn and Johnson elementary schools should no longer
Montgomery County Schools
Montgomery County Board of Education
PO Box 1991
Montgomery, Alabama 36102-1991
John A. Eberhart, Local Superintendent * See Glossary of Terms for State Superintendent's Report Card
Number of students: Average Daily Attendance: 93.2% SAT Test Scores (total battery by grade) SAT Avg Battery C C Academic Status 1996 - Caution 1997 - Clear ACT Test Scores: Montgomery County Average ACT State Average ACT National Average ACT Professional Certification of teachers: AA Certificate or Above: Master's (Class A) Certificate: Bachelor's (Class B) Certificate: Writing Tests Grade 5 Grade 5 Grade 7 Grade 7 Narrative C C C+ C+ Descriptive D+ C D D- Expository D C D C- Persuasive N/A N/A D D High School Exit Exam
(Seniors - All Attempts)
(Seniors - All Attempts)

55. Schools Directory - Diocese Of Birmingham In Alabama
high schools; Catholic elementary schools; Catholic Early Childhood Centers; CatholicPrivate schools. Home. Copyright 2000, Diocese of Birmingham in alabama Send
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    56. Alabama’s Reality
    alabama’s Reality 3 specifically for elementary schools; 73 for middle schoolsand high schools; many systems have been on the official list for at
    Alabama’s Reality 76 school systems have made official requests for exemptions in physical education.
    • 3 specifically for elementary schools
    • 73 for middle schools and high schools
    • many systems have been on the official list for at least five years
    • several other systems are allowing exemptions even though they are not on the official list
    The following are school systems on the official list:
    • Cities—Albertville, Andalusia, Arab, Athens, Attalla, Auburn, Bessemer, Brewton, Decatur, Demopolis, Dothan, Enterprise, Eufaula, Fairfield, Florence, Fort Payne, Gadsden, Geneva, Guntersville, Hartselle, Haleyville, Homewood, Hoover, Huntsville, Jacksonville, Jasper, Mountain Brook, Oneonta, Phenix City, Opelika, Russellville, Scottsboro, Selma, Sylacauga, Talladega, Tarrant, Thomasville, Troy, Vestavia Hills, and Tuscaloosa
    • Counties—Autauga, Baldwin, Bibb, Blount, Bullock, Butler, Calhoun, Chambers, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, Coffee, Colbert, Covington, Cullman, DeKalb, Elmore, Escambia, Etowah, Fayette, Henry, Houston, Jefferson, Lamar, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, Mobile, Montgomery, Russell, Shelby, St. Clair, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, and Walker
    50% of Alabama high school youth do not take physical education at all. 25% of all high school youth report no physical activity, either at home or at school.

    57. Demopolis City Schools Foundation - Grants
    Westside elementary teachers were awarded $12, 275.12, and Demopolis high SchoolSydney Chasteen and Amie Attaway to practice for the alabama high School Exit
    Home About Us Grants News Tiger Court Donors Memorials ... E-mail
    Teachers in Demopolis city schools are to receive a total of $63,374.48 in grants from the Demopolis City Schools Foundation. U.S. Jones Elementary (cont.)
    • Beth Lindsay, "Rewarding Readers," $300 partially funded, for hard cover books. Carolyn Moore, "C.O.P.E. – Counselor Offers Pupils Excitement," $1,438.51 fully funded, for books in classroom guidance session. Dorothy Russell, "Spotlight on Comprehension," $345 fully funded for 144 books. Erma Banks, "Versatile Vera Tiles," $615.90 fully funded, to promote literacy and math accuracy Freddy Lawrence, "Shaping Up Our Future," $1,729.63 fully funded, for sports equipment. Johnnie Scott, "Read Reading II," $447.70 fully funded, for 56 read-along stories.

    58. Oneonta City School
    Provides information on the elementary and high school. Includes calendar, student pages, sports, Category Regional North America O Oneonta Education...... alabama Virtual Library, Homework Help. and schools Accreditation Study Oneontahigh School Mission Statement and Beliefs Oneonta elementary School Mission
    Oneonta City Schools
    27605 State Highway 75
    Oneonta, Alabama 35121 "Home of the Redskins"
    About OCS
    What's for Lunch Elementary School High School ...


    Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Accreditation Study
    Oneonta High School Mission Statement and Beliefs
    Oneonta Elementary School Mission Statement
    Check out the local weather.
    Search Engines Altavista AskJeeves for Kids Britannica Dogpile ...
    Mrs. Sanders

    This site has been created and maintained by faculty and students of Oneonta City School. Last updated on 03/07/03 Art work used at this site credited to the following: PrintMaster Gold

    59. CITY NAME
    City of Cullman elementary schools 3. Middle schools 1. high schools 1. Post/SecondaryInstitutions within 60 miles alabama A M University 57 miles.
    CULLMAN Cullman is centrally located in the heart of Alabama on interstate 65, just 45 minutes north of Birmingham, 40 Minutes south of Huntsville, and only 5 hours from Gulf Shores, Alabama. German immigrant, Col. John G. Cullman, originally founded the area in 1873 and laid out the wide city streets and developed the community along the lifeline of the railway. Cullman is a proud member of the Tree City USA program and is a thriving community of more than 20,000 people. Sam Walton chose Cullman as the site for on of his many Wal-Mart Distribution Centers and Mother Angelica of the Eternal Television Network selected a place in Cullman County as the home fore her Shrine and monastery, Our Lady of the Angels. Cullman is also home of the Cullman Snowbird Club. The Chamber of Commerce invites you to look into Cullman to see where you could be calling home. For Specific Community Information Please Click Here
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    Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham AL

    60. Florence, Alabama Schools Directory
    Cloverdale Junior high School 12101 highway 157 Florence, alabama 35633 Phone (256)7644816 Hibbett Jr. high 400 Baldwin St. Powell elementary 1640 Tune Ave.
    Florence, Alabama Schools
    Florence City Schools: Bradshaw High School
    1201 Bradshaw Dr.
    Florence, AL 35630
    Coffee High School
    648 N. Cherry St
    Florence, AL 35630
    Cloverdale Junior High School

    12101 Highway 157
    Florence, Alabama 35633
    Phone: (256) 764-4816
    Hibbett Jr. High 1601 Appleby Blvd Florence, AL 35630 Weeden Jr. High 400 Baldwin St. Florence, AL 35630 Powell Elementary 1640 Tune Ave. Florence, AL 35630 Harlan Elementary 2233 McBurney Dr Florence, AL 35630 Brandon Elementary 1701 Cole St. Florence, AL 35630 Forest Hills Elementary Stovall Dr. Florence, AL 35630 HIGHER EDUCATION University of North Alabama Wesleyan Ave. Florence, AL 35632 Phone: (256) 765-4100 Toll-free: 800-TALK-UNA Northwest Shoals Community College 800 George Wallace Blvd Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 Phone: (256) 331-5200 International Bible College - 4-year programs leading to bachelors of arts degree in Bible. 3625 Helton Drive Florence, AL 35630 Phone: (256) 766-6610 To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the

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