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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

81. Process
facilitation on issues related to elementary and middle of facilitation on middleand high school boundaries. the redistricting for the Old alabama Road middle
Winter/Spring Redistricting Process
2004-05 North Fulton Elementary,
Middle, and High School
Attendance Boundaries
Wilson Road and Cogburn Road
Elementary Schools, Cogburn Middle School
School system staff will soon begin the process of developing modifications to the 2004-05 North Fulton elementary, middle, and high school attendance zones to accommodate the following new schools under construction: Wilson Road Site elementary school Cogburn Road Site elementary school Cogburn Road Site middle school and Northpoint Site high school As in the past, community meetings will be held to gather specific information that will be used by school system staff to draft a redistricting proposal that best meets the needs of the community. The meetings will be held in three rounds:
Each round of meetings will be held at two locations - one east of Georgia Highway 400 (Taylor Road Middle School) and one west of Georgia Highway 400 (Milton High School) - so that parents can be assured an opportunity for input. The same information will be presented at both meetings so parents need only to attend one of the two meetings during each round.

82. New Page 1
at Sparkman high (912) and Harvest elementary (K-8 Green School (K-12) and Bob Joneshigh, and math for two years as the Director of alabama Christian College
Ray Swaim
Board of Education
Departments ...
Home Page
Madison County Schools
*Making A Difference One Child At A Time*
Elam Ray Swaim
Elam Ray Swaim is a native to Madison County, born in the Harvest community on May 4, 1945, to Ollies and Myrtle Gray Swaim and was elected to the Office of Superintendent for Madison County Schools in 1999. A product of this same school system, he attended Monrovia School and graduated from Sparkman High School in 1963.
Mr. Swaim has had opportunities to serve on a number of task forces for the Alabama State Department of Education. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Child Advocacy Center in Huntsville, and Sci Quest. He has served as a past State President of the Alabama Association of Attendance Supervisors and serves on the Governor’s Juvenile Justice Five Year Strategic Planning Committee as well as the local Juvenile Justice Policy Committee.
Mr. Swaim began his professional career with Madison County Schools in 1973 after having served for two years as Director of the Robert Neaves Home for Children.

83. STI: ERsys - Birmingham, AL (Elementary Schools)
elementary and middle schools are defined as those schools with grades 8 and under. AlabamaSchool Of Fine Arts Junior high School Arrington Middle School
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Elementary/Middle Schools Statistics The following table lists elementary and middle schools in the area. Elementary and middle schools are defined as those schools with grades 8 and under. The information shown below is based on a survey prepared by the National Center for Education Statistics. The information is only as accurate as what was supplied to the center by the local governments. The NCES does employ various methods to verify the data, however, lapses can occur. Please consult with local authorities to verify information that you are using to base a decision on. Sources: National Center of Education Statistics - 2000/2001 School Grades Students % White % Black % Hisp.

84. MFF News - 160 Awards Announced
Palmetto elementary School Palmetto, Florida, Florida high School Florida (VirtualNotification), Hoover high School Birmingham, alabama, Walter Douglas

85. Alabama Supercomputer Authority Description
facilitated by the University of alabama in Huntsville current RTCs are located athigh schools, teachers from middle and elementary schools are regular
Alabama's K-12 Computational Science Regional Training Centers
In the fall of 1992, six K-12 Regional Training Centers (RTCs) were established at six high schools across Alabama. Alabama's RTCs are focal points for K-12 Internet and supercomputing activity in Alabama. During annual workshops facilitated by the University of Alabama in Huntsville, teachers throughout the state discuss curriculum enrichment ideas and participate in special technical sessions focusing on using AREN. Although all of the current RTCs are located at high schools, teachers from middle and elementary schools are regular workshop participants. Alabama School of Mathematics and Science
Alabama School of Mathematics and Science RTC instructors,
Dr. Albert Lilly and Ms. Susan Rouillier, assist a student.

86. Schools Page
Pat Hicks was inducted into the alabama high School Athletic Robert E. Lee ElementarySchool 220 Baker Road Robert E Southern Association of Colleges and schools
City of Satsuma
5668 Second Street
Satsuma, Alabama 36572
United States
Phone: 251-675-1440
Fax: 251-675-1442
Satsuma High School
Satsuma High School website
Satsuma High School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Highlights 2000-2001
2 Math Teachers Certified from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards . They are Frankie Eubanks and Sandra Mayo.
Carolyn Chatham Owens named State Guidance Counselor of the Year
Graduates received over $1 million in scholarships
Graduation exam scores were 100% in Reading and 98% in Language. There were 274 graduates. Lisha Marie Butler named Mobile County Junior Miss 2002 Advanced Chorus took 1st place at the Great American Music Festival at Disney World Former teacher Pat Hicks was inducted into the Alabama High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame
Adams Middle School
Adams Middle School (Saraland) website
Robert E. Lee Elementary School
Robert E. Lee Elementary School 220 Baker Road Robert E. Lee School Website

87. Fort Payne, Alabama - Educational Standards Held High
The Ultramodern Campus of Wills Valley elementary School. View of the Fort Payne HighSchool Complex are two colleges nearby Northeast alabama State Community
Chamber of Commerce Welcome Education is a Top Priority for the Local Community... Fort Payne is blessed with an excellent school system as well as continuing education opportunities. The Fort Payne High School District is made up of four schools. The Ultramodern Wills Valley Elementary School houses grades kindergarten through two. Musical Selections The Ultramodern Campus of Wills Valley Elementary School Williams Avenue School holds grades three through five. Fort Payne Middle School is comprised of grades six through eight and Fort Payne High School educates grades nine through twelve. All four of these schools are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges of Schools. The student population within the city is approximately 2,600. Fort Payne High School offers regular cirriculum and college prep programs. Clubs and organizations offer diversity to students ranging from religious to sports to business and more. Competitive sports programs are equally diverse and are added as the school system grows. Aerial View of the Fort Payne High School Complex. Seen in the foreground are the football field and surrounding running track. New additions and renovations are now underway for the campus.

York West End Junior high, K8. Tuscaloosa City Rock Quary elementary , K-5. Forinformation contact Cynthia Sunal, or Carol Donovan alabama Science Teaching

Participants Objectives Expected Results ... Additional Info
The intent of this planning grant is to build a collaborative among West Alabama stakeholders for the enhancement of science literacy. The collaborative will develop a long term plan aimed at teachers, K-8, and their students. The partners will develop strategies for bringing resources and expertise to the planning process. The proposed project will promote a scientifically literate citizenry and provide skills needed for meaningful jobs and careers for the 21st century.
  • Bibb County, Greene County, Hale County, Sumter County and Tuscaloosa City Schools
  • K - 8 teachers
  • Faculty at the University of Alabama and Stillman College
  • Parents, community and business leaders

  • Build a collaborative partnership among key stakeholders in West Alabama for the enhancement of science literacy
  • Use resources and expertise to expand and deepen understanding of problems and solutions for effective change
  • Target K-8 teachers and students in key schools
  • Develop a long term plan for local systemic change aimed at enhancing science literacy in the region
  • Write and submit a multi-year proposal to fund professional development required for systemic change

Expected Results
  • Common vision among stakeholders in West Alabama
  • Extend an interest in science education reform now underway in the nation
  • Build a foundation for higher science achievement for all students
  • Create inertia for using technology in science in K- 8 classrooms

89. Birmingham, Alabama Schools And Education
Birmingham, alabama area school list, grades and links.
School Districts Local Schools Hoover City Schools
Mountain Brook Schools
Shelby County Schools
Vestavia Hills Home Schooling About Jim Articles Community ... Temporary Housing

90. High School XC & Track Links
Largest collection of high School XC and Track links on the Internet "THE LIST" (1176 high School Cross Country and Track sites now listed!) Be alabama TOP. Auburn high School XC Track(Tigers). Cullman high School XC
"THE LIST" (1176 High School Cross Country and Track sites now listed!) Be patient, there are over 1300 links on this page so it may take some time to load! Let me know what your mascot is, if it is not listed. AL AK AZ AR ... Student Reference Center(26)

91. Local PTA Links In The Alabama PTA
JO Johnson high School Huntsville, Walter Jackson ElementaryPTA Decatur, You are visiting the alabama Parent Teacher
Local PTA Links
We are still building our alphabetical list of local PTA links. Local PTAs! If you would like a link to your web site to be included here, send your link to us at Adams Middle School PTA,
Autauga Academy
Prattville Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School PTSA, Montgomery

BTW Magnet High School PTSA, Montgomery

Central Park Elementary School PTA
Birmingham school/cpark01pta/cparkpta.htm Challenger Elementary School
Chaffee Elementary School, Huntsville

92. Board Of Directors
alabama Association of Secondary School Principals (AASSP) Mr. Richard Brown, BeauregardHigh School. alabama Association of elementary School Administrators

93. Scottsboro City Schools
(Scottsboro) Administrative directory, school web sites, calendar, resource links, and contact information.Category Regional North America Education School Districts...... alabama K12 schools. Calendar for Scottsboro City schools. Central Office Staff.Employment Opportunities. Scottsboro City Board of Education. Sites for Students.
Scottsboro City Schools
906 S. Scott Street
Scottsboro, Alabama 35768
Fax 256.218.2190
The Scottsboro City Schools are fully accredited by the
Alabama State Board of Education and
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Equal Education/Employment Opportunity Statement It is the official policy of the Scottsboro City School District that
no person shall on the grounds of race, color, disability,
sex, religion, creed, national origin or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment. Brownwood Elementary K-4 Caldwell Elementary K-4 Nelson Elementary K-4 Collins Elementary 5-6 ... Scottsboro High School 9-12 Educational Sites of Interest to Students, Parents, and Teachers

94. AASB: Publications/"Alabama School Boards"
In fact, Opp high School students built 150 computers for the city’s elementaryschools for the same cost To be a rural alabama school, we were

95. Education
elementary (86), TR Simmons elementary (136 College is located in Jasper, alabama,and was
Basic Education JASPER CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM The Jasper Board of Education has six schools under its system. These six schools had an enrollment of 2,491 students in January, 1996 and employ a total of 207 teachers (this does not include support personnel.) The school under the Jasper School system include the North Highland School for the Handicapped, the Memorial Park Elementary School T.R. Simmons Elementary School Maddox Middle School West Jasper Elementary School and Walker High School. The student/teacher ratios for the schools, which fall under the Jasper City School System in 1996 were as follows: North Highland School Memorial Park Elementary West Jasper Elementary T.R. Simmons Elementary ... Maddox Middle School (16:3), and Walker High School WALKER COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM The Walker County Board of Education operates 23 primary and secondary schools in the County. In 1996, these schools had a total enrollment of 9,118 students and 596 employed teachers. In addition, Walker County has several private schools. These include Victory Christian Academy and Trinity School, both located in Jasper, the Sumiton Christian School, and Carbon Hill Christian Academy. Quick-jump to a school Bankhead T.S.Boyd

96. Research Public Schools In The US - Public Elementary Schools, High School, K-12
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97. Alabama Virtual Library
AVL). avl_ashe, Ashford elementary School (AVL). AVL). avl_ashv, AshvilleHigh School (AVL). avl_asms, alabama School of Mathematics and Scien.
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98. Eastern Shore Chamber Of Commerce - Blakeley, Spanish Fort, Malbis, Daphne, Mont
6268787 (Grades 9-12) Fairhope high School 18800 928-7011 (Grades K-1) RockwellElementary School 10183 928-1353 University of South alabama- Baldwin campus
County Public Schools Mirroring the excellent quality of life on the Eastern Shore are the premier educational opportunities available here. Students of all ages can take advantage of a diverse scope of learning environments, from the community-based primary and secondary schools to the widely acclaimed institutions of higher learning the area boasts. Dealing with Baldwin County's growth is an ongoing priority for the Board of Education and public school administration. Over the past 12 years as student enrollment has increased by 50 percent (to approximately 22,000 at present), the district has pursued, by far, the largest, sustained building program in the state. Twenty new schools - including a new high school facility for all five feeder school communities in Baldwin County - have been completed since 1985 along with new wings at seven existing elementary schools. Since, 1991 the average composite ACT score for Eastern Shore students has been equal to or better than the average for all students taking the college admission test throughout the United States. An average of 58 percent of the high school students on the Eastern Shore are currently enrolled in college preparatory classes with over 220 students taking Advanced Placement course work.

99. Hartselle Area Chamber Of Commerce: Hartselle, Alabama
These opportunities include for elementary students, chorus at every At the HighSchool level is offered Girl's Chorus by both the state of alabama and the
Hartselle City Schools
The Heart of Education and Excellence
The staff of Hartselle City Schools is committed to maintaining a comprehensive and sequential instructional program to offer a quality education to each child attending school in Hartselle. The school system has 230 certified employees; 70 percent hold advanced level degrees; and the average teaching experience is fourteen years. Teachers are evaluated by strong system developed program, and skills are constantly upgraded through professional development. Hartselle students consistently rank in the top ten in statewide achievement testing and perform above the state and national average in all areas of Stanford Achievement Test. One-half of the graduates yearly score above the national average on ACT with 80% of graduates going to college. Students have captured numerous first-place awards in state and national competitions, and many have been named National Merit Finalist. For the students with musical interests, our schools offer outstanding music programs at every level of education. These opportunities include for elementary students, chorus at every grade level. At the Junior High, Girl's Chorus, Concert Chorus and Beginning Band. At the High School level is offered Girl's Chorus, Concert Chorus, and Performers along with Marching, Concert, and Jazz Band. The students compete in district and statewide competitions and consistently receive superior ratings.

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