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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

61. Montgomery Advertiser : : Alabama
Montgomery, alabama. Click the school's name to view their 2001 report card in PDFformat. Billingsley high School. Marbury School. Pine Level elementary School.
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62. Azcentral.com | Valley School Test Scores
Greatschools is the best objective source of elementary, middle and high school information for public, private and charter schools.
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63. Georgia Private Schools Colege Guide,Elementary & High School
Georgia Ga Private schools Guide Colleges elementary, high schools, K12
http://www.myga.net/georgiaprivateschool.html
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64. West Alabama Chamber Of Commerce Education Info
Colleges and schools and the alabama Department of system consists of 15 elementaryschools, four middle schools, and five high schools covering areas
http://www.tuscaloosachamber.com/educat.html
uscaloosa County proudly shares in being known as the "Capstone of Education" in Alabama. Within our community. there exists a nationally-known teaching and research university; a liberal arts college built on tradition and quality; a community college meeting area needs in lifelong learning and training requirements for business and industry; and progressive, quality public and private schools. With effective business-education partnerships and a newly established school-to-career system, Tuscaloosa County is a leader in academic and technical education initiatives and innovation. This level of commitment and excellence is evidenced in achievement scores that exceed national averages and in the fact that students and teachers from our school systems at all levels consistently earn national academic awards, scholarships and honors for excellence. Tuscaloosa County is dedicated and constantly working to build an environment for quality learning. Innovative programming and challenging curriculum and standards throughout the area's public and private schools along with genuine community support for educating our children has consistently contributed to an exciting atmosphere learning. Our schools offer a variety of academic opportunities to prepare students for the global market place, including programs for children with special needs, handicapped, gifted, advanced academic programs, career and technical education, and more.

65. Vocabulary.com -- VOCAB U. Participants From Alabama
multiple participants); Univerity of Southern alabama, Mobile; of Mobile, Mobile;Vance elementary, Vance; Wallace West Blocton; West End high School, Birmingham;
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We want to thank the many individuals, schools and organizations from Alabama that support and participate in our English vocabulary effort. Our goal is educational stimulation and FUN! We want to continue to build a community of individuals interested in vocabulary self-improvement using our interactive word puzzles Please tell others that they can include their schools on the list below. We update this list every month. Thank you for sharing this experience among your friends, and feel free to tell us about other word enthusiasts There will be NO commercial use of the information we gather from our participants!
See our Registrants from Alabama include:
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  • Alabama State University, Montgomery (multiple participants)
  • Anniston City School, Anniston
  • Auburn High School, Auburn
  • Baker High School, Mobile (multiple participants)
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  • Beulah High School, Valley
  • Bob Jones, Madison
  • Blewmaker Intermediate, Montgomery
  • Brewer High School, Florette

66. Sumiton Elem/Jr. High School - Sumiton, Alabama
high School, home of the Bulldogs! Greetings from Sumiton elementary/Jr.high School. We are a K8th grade school located In Sumiton, alabama.
http://www.walkercountyschools.com/sumiton/
Sumiton Elementary/Jr. High School Welcome to Sumiton Elementary/Jr. High School, home of the Bulldogs! Greetings from Sumiton Elementary/Jr. High School. We are a K-8th grade school located In Sumiton, Alabama. Sumiton is a small town (population, approximately 3,700) located In northwest Alabama In Walker County, approximately 20 miles outside Birmingham on Highway 78. Because of Its excellent reputation, students from the surrounding towns/communities also attend Sumiton, making it the largest single school in Walker County with approximately 800 students. Sumiton competes In volleyball (girls), basketball (girls and boys), baseball (boys) and softball (girls). In addition the 7th and 8th grade boys compete In junior high football at Dora High School. The band program at Dora High also offers our 6th, 7th and 8th graders a chance to participate. A gifted education program is offered for those students that quality.
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67. Birmingham & Local Area Schools
School of Fine Arts (alabama Public School School; Thompson Middle School; ThompsonHigh School. Bessemer Birmingham City schools Barrett elementary School; Center
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68. Vestavia's Education Opportunities
top three of the systems in the state of alabama. The Vestavia Hills high School graduatingclass of 2001 elementary East (K3) 2109 Tyson Drive Principal, (205
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By Dr. Karen Delano, Board of Education Education is a top priority in Vestavia Hills. A strategic planning team recently described the system as the "greatest asset" of the city. This type of commitment has resulted in national recognition, numerous awards and prestige. The community's high quality school system consists of 4 elementary schools, one middle school, one alternative school and one high school with a total of 4560 students. The system also operates an excellent Extended Day Program for students in grades K-8th. Dedicated teachers give their weekends, nights, and summers to travel with students, to tutor those requiring assistance, to coach academic and athletic teams, and continue their education in university programs and professional development opportunities. Vestavia Hills is proud of the accomplishments of its students. The high school's math and debate teams have been consistently ranked in the top schools nationally. The VHHS Math Team has placed first in national competition 11 of the last 13 years. The VHHS Debate Team has won 7 national championships and was the first school in history to win national championships in both policy and Lincoln Douglas debate. The high school athletic teams have won 48 State Titles and the baseball team has won one national championship. The system has several schools that are recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence. Redbook, The Wall Street Journal, Fifty Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family, and others, have recognized it for the quality of education services.

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70. For Parents
which is one of four programs in alabama. are new facilities for Alberta Elementaryand Eastwood Middle School; three new high schools; complete renovation of
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Tuscaloosa City School Facts
School System Facts
-Serves a city population of approximately 80,000 and a student population of near 10,000. Facilities include 20 campusestwelve elementary neighborhood schools; three middle schools, each serving sixth, seventh and eighth grades; one high school located on two campuses with ninth and tenth grades served at one campus and eleventh and twelfth grades served at another; special schools for alternative education, vocational education, and special education, and an American Studies Center -Personnel include 792 certified and 459 support employees. A majority of the certified personnel hold advanced degrees. -School system operates on an annual budget in excess of 113 million dollars with 46 million dollars allocated for capital outlay projects -An expansive curriculum that challenges both the regular and advanced student -All schools adopted by local businesses or organizations through The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama Adopt-A-School Program -Consistent year-to-year success and improvement in standardized test scores including Alabama High School Graduation Exam and Stanford Achievement Test

71. About Us
Mary Stark received the alabama Music Educators Central high School math teacher MikeCarpenter Mathematics Teaching, and Verner elementary physical education
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Calendar About Us Contact Information Links Home Enrolling 10,000 students on 21 campuses, the Tuscaloosa City School system is the best place to send your children if you want them to be competitive academically, artistically and athletically in the 21st century. People Students Programs Facilities ... Funding
People: Our Teachers Are Among The Best In Alabama
2. Four Tuscaloosa City School teachers have met rigorous standards for National Board Certification: Suzanne Booth, Woodland Forrest Elementary; Edith Merritt, Rock Quarry Elementary; Patricia Neighbors, Skyland Elementary; and Amy Prendergast, Woodland Forrest Elementary.
Our Students Lead The Way In Scholarships And Recognition!
1. Seventy percent of Tuscaloosa City School graduates go on to two or four-year colleges and 25% enroll in vocational/technical schools. 3. Central High School leads the way in National Merit Scholars. A record number of 15 students have been announced as semifinalists for 2001-2002. This is second only to Mountain Brook High School in the number of semifinalists for school systems across the state.

72. PTA Community - Local PTAs
Fultondale elementary PTA Fultondale, alabama. Halcyon elementary PTAMontgomery, alabama. JO Johnson high School Huntsville, alabama.
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73. Montgomery Schools A-L
alabama State School, Montgomery South. Arrington School, Davis Crossroads. Bear ElementarySchool, Montgomery South. Bellingrath Junior high School, Montgomery South.
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Post Offices Schools A-L Schools M-Z Town Index ... Home Montgomery County Schools This list was taken from GNIS mapping service. This is by no means all of the schools in Montgomery County but it's a good start. If you have additional information such as histories, locations or a listing of students (ancestors), please let me know and I will add the information here. A ir University Montgomery North Alabama Christian College Willow Springs Alabama Industrial School Brassell Alabama Police Academy Montgomery North Alabama State School Montgomery South Arrington School Davis Crossroads Auburn University at Montgomery Barachias Baldwin School Montgomery South Barnes Private School (historical) Montgomery South Bear Elementary School Montgomery South Bellinger Hill School Montgomery South Bellingrath Junior High School Montgomery South Big Zion School Sandy Ridge Booker T. Washington Junior High School Montgomery South Brewbaker Elementary School Barachias Brewbaker Junior High School Barachias Briar Hill School (historical) Teasleys Mill Capitol Heights Junior High School Montgomery North Capitol Heights School Montgomery North Capitol Hill School (historical) Montgomery North Carver High School Montgomery South Catoma School Cantelous Central Alabama Academy Barachias Central Area Vocational Center Montgomery South Central High School for Girls (historical) Montgomery South Chapel Gray School (historical)

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75. Decatur City Schools
Guide to public schools in Decatur, alabama.Category Regional North America Education K12 Public......Decatur City schools Decatur, alabama. Personnel. high schools; Middle schools; Elementaryschools; Developmental Program; Administration; Faculty Pages.
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76. Charles Ghigna - Appearances
appearances Conferences Libraries elementary schools Middle schools Highschools Colleges Association (ALA); alabama Library Association
http://www.charlesghigna.com/appearances.html
Charles Ghigna speaks at 30-40 schools and conferences each year. The following list highlights some of his national and international appearances: Conferences Libraries Elementary Schools
Conferences
  • Alaska Young Authors Conference, Tok, Alaska
  • American Library Association (ALA)
  • Alabama Library Association Convention, Birmingham, AL
  • American Booksellers Association (ABA), New York, NY
  • BookExpo America (BEA), Anaheim, CA
  • Iowa Reading Association Conference, Des Moines
  • Southeastern Booksellers Association (SEBA), Atlanta, GA
  • Georgia Council of Teachers of English, Rome, GA
  • South Carolina Young Writers' Conference, Columbia, SC
  • Gulf Coast Teachers of Writing Conference, Point Clear, AL
  • Centrala Reading Council, Alabaster, AL
  • University of Alabama Young Authors' Conference, Birmingham, AL
  • Society of School Librarians International
  • International Reading Association
  • Mensa National Convention
  • National Council of Teachers of English
  • National Teachers Convention
  • ChildrenÂ’s Book Festival
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • National Writers Conference
  • Illinois Press Association
  • Wisconsin Education Association
  • Kindling Words Conference
  • Sigma Tau Delta National Convention
  • American Assoc. of University Women

77. Board Of Directors
Leeds high, Terry Harris Emma Sansom high. AAESA Directors (alabama Associationof elementary School Englewood elementary, Jane Hampton Oak Mountain elementary.
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CLAS Board of Directors CLAS Presidents
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Dr. Mark Neighbors
Past President
Johnny Taylor
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Dr. Alice Huddleston
AASSP Directors ( Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals)
Eddie Britton
Belgreen High
Terry Holley Florala High Donnie Rotch T. R. Miller High Radford Hester Fayette County High Margie Curry Leeds High Terry Harris Emma Sansom High AAESA Directors (Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators) Brenda Rickett Maxwell Elementary Arthur Capers Payne Elementary Terry Beasley Fairhope Elementary Susan McRae Elsie Collier Elementary Jo Ann Bassett Englewood Elementary Jane Hampton Oak Mountain Elementary ACTA Director (Association of Career Technical Administrators) Orval Seay Franklin County Schools AASA (Alabama Association of School Administrators) Hank Jones Troy City School Dr. Jack Farr

78. Mountain Brook Schools
at Mountain Brook Junior high and high School for Framework based on the new AlabamaState Course of be available at each of the elementary schools for review
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79. The Birmingham Net!
Adamsville elementary School; alabama School of Fine elementary School; Central Parkelementary School; Cornerstone Hewitt Trussville high School; Holy Family high
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80. A+ Library
Features include success stories of three of the state's elementary schools and oneAlabama high school that are already using data to boost student achievment
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State Department of Education Releases Disaggregated Test Scores

Thursday, August 22, was the first day of new era in the reporting of student tes scores in Alabama. The State Department of Education released the results of the Stanford Achievement Test (Stanford 9), administered in grades three through eight; the Alabama High School Graduation Exam; and Alabama Direct Assessments of Writing for grades five and seven. In the past, these scores have been reported in averages, often masking the true performance of students. For the first time in state history, the scores are reported by gender, race, migrant status, special education status, English language proficiency, and economic level - based on free or paid lunch status. "This new way of looking at data will redirect the path of education for years to come," said Dr. Joe Morton, deputy state superintendent. "We've been on the right track with our accountability system, but this puts us on an even better track." Now educators, parents, and citizens will have more detail from which to make decisions about schools and school systems.

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