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         Alaska Boards Of Education:     more books (42)
  1. Sheldon Jackson: Builder of the new Alaska (Missionary heroes course, life stories of great missionaries for teen age boys, arranged in programs) by Floyd L Carr, 1929
  2. Where Polar Ice Begins or The Moravian Mission in Alaska
  3. Teacher's manual for the Athabascan Indians of Interior Alaska: Social studies unit for elementary grades by Patricia H Partnow, 1975
  4. Where Polar Ice Begins or The Moravian Mission in Alaska by Rev. S.H. Gapp, 1928-01-01
  5. Folklore handbook for bilingual classrooms by Richard Dauenhauer, 1975
  6. Sheldon Jackson Junior College: An intimate history by Genevieve Mayberry, 1953
  7. Before the hunt by Patricia H Partnow, 1980
  8. Koyukon riddles by Richard Dauenhauer, 1975
  9. Riddle and poetry handbook by Richard Dauenhauer, 1976
  10. Younger sister and spider woman by Lucy Adam, 1975
  11. Picture book for language assessment test by Richard Dauenhauer, 1977
  12. Directions for language assessment test by Richard Dauenhauer, 1977
  13. Needzeek, the boy that went to the moon by Titus David, 1975
  14. The Tlingit way: How to make a canoe by Patricia H Partnow, 1980

members with following representation 2 Board of Regents, 1 private higher education(selected jointly by the boards of trustees of alaska Pacific University
State of Alaska
Office of Boards and Commissions
POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION BOARD: Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education BOARD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 082 DEPARTMENT: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY: AS 14.42.015 STATUS: Active SUNSET DATE: REQUIREMENTS: Financial Disclosure PROHIBITIONS: No governing body member, trustee, or employee of post-secondary or higher education institution as public member. TERM: 4 years DESCRIPTION: 14 members - 7 appointed by Governor which includes: 4 public; 1 from local community college advisory councils; 1 proprietary institution of postsecondary education administrator; 1 full-time student from nominees (by election). In addition, 7 members with following representation: 2 Board of Regents, 1 private higher education (selected jointly by the boards of trustees of Alaska Pacific University and Sheldon Jackson College from among their membership); 1 Dept. of Education and Early Development selected by the State Board of Education, 1 Alaska Human Resource Investment Council member, 1 legislative member appointed by President of Senate, and 1 legislative member appointed by Speaker of the House; serve at pleasure of appointing authority; members elect chair. FUNCTION: Administers student loan programs; authorizes new facilities and programs.

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23. NWREL Region: Alaska
Shirley Holloway Commissioner of education alaska Department of education and EarlyDevelopment 907) 5862334 1-800-478-9991 (inside alaska only). School boards.
Did you know this?
The mark of education is present in Alaska's symbols. The state flag was designed for the Territory of Alaska by 13-year-old Bennie Benson who won the student contest in 1926. The territorial flag later became the official flag of the State of Alaska. The state song, Alaska's Flag , was written by Marie Drake, who became the assistant commissioner of education in 1934. She prepared the School Bulletin publication; the words of the song first appeared as a poem on its cover in 1935.
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Education Service Providers listings at the Department of Education
Key Contacts
Following are contacts at key educational organizations in Alaska State Department of Education Teachers Shirley Holloway
Commissioner of Education
Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

801 W. 10th St., Suite 200
Juneau, AK 99801-1894
Bill Bjork


114 Second St.
Juneau, AK 99801 Bruce Ludwig Business Manager Alaska Public Employees Association/Alaska Federation of Teachers 211 Fourth Street, Suite 306 Juneau, Alaska 99801

24. Northwest Education Collaboration: Alaska Resources
School, Community Network (FSCN) The alaska Department of education, NEA alaska,the alaska PTA, and the Association of alaska School boards have joined
Moments for Alaska Children
  • Every 53 minutes a child was reported abused or neglected.
  • Every 8 hours a baby was born to a teenage mother.
  • Every 16 hours a baby was born at low birth weight.
  • Every 5 days a baby died during the first year of life.
  • Every 19 days a child or youth was killed by a gun.
    (1998 Statistics from the Children's Defense Fund)

State Indicators and Initiatives State Indicators of Young Child and Family Well-Being Percent of young children in poverty US 24.7% Alaska 13.8% Percent of young children with mother working part or full-time US 63.6% Alaska 70.4% Percent of 19-35 month old children not vaccinated US 23.0% Alaska 31.0% Percent of low-income young children without health insurance US 18.9% Alaska 12.2% Some child and family support facts:
  • Alaska was one of the 14 states that supplemented the federal Head Start program.
  • Alaska was one of the 37 states that supported at least one state-funded, comprehensive program strategy targeted to young children and their families (e.g., pre-kindergarten programs, and home visiting programs for infants and toddlers, or family support and parent education programs).
    (Source: National Center for Children in Poverty.

25. University Of Alaska
Provost Roberta Stell, University of alaska Southeast, will brief the boards regardingthe status of teacher education programs at the University of alaska.
Board of Regents Meeting
Joint Meeting of
Board of Regents and State Board of Education
Wednesday, January 9, 2002; noon. - 4:00 p.m.
Canary Room, UAA Commons
Anchorage, Alaska
Board of Regents: State Board of Education: Chancy Croft, Chair Susan Stitham, Chair Elsa Demeksa, Vice Chair Ernie Hall, First Vice Chair Frances H. Rose, Secretary Mike P. Williams, Second Vice Chair Brian D. Rogers, Treasurer Lt. Col Mark Avery Mark Begich Megan Coffland Michael J. Burns Diane Heard Joe Hardenbrook Roy Nageak Marlene Johnson Paula Pawlowski Kevin O. Meyers Sally Rue Joe J. Thomas Joseph E. Usibelli Mark R. Hamilton, President Shirley Holloway, Commissioner
I. Call to Order II. Adoption of Agenda III. Discussion regarding Process for Joint Meetings Board members will hold a discussion to talk about the process for holding joint meetings, to include goals, priorities, agendas, frequency of meetings, etc. IV. Discussion regarding Alaska Center for Excellence in Schools Commissioner Holloway and President Hamilton will brief the boards regarding the new Alaska Center for Excellence in Schools. V.

26. Council On Optometric Practitioner Education - COPE -
of October 1, 2001, the following boards listed on alaska Board of Examiners in OptometryMr. Steven Optometry Mr. Peter Ferguson education Assistant education

27. Conference Schedule: Day-by-Day Calendar
800 am 1000 am, Council of Urban boards of education Pre-Conference Meeting (cont 900am - 1030 am, American Indian/alaska Native Caucus General Session.
Home Conference Schedule Day-by-Day Calendar
Thursday, April 3
7:00 am - 5:00 pm AVID National Conference 9:00 am - 12 Noon Executive Directors' Conference Institute 9:00 am - 2:00 pm State Association Counsel Meeting 11:30 am - 4:00 pm CUBE Site Visit 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm School Law Seminar Friday, April 4
8:00 am - 4:00 pm Delegate Assembly Business Meeting 8:00 am - 5:00 pm National Affiliate Center Open at Convention Center 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Registration Open at Convention Center 8:15 am - 4:30 pm School Law Seminar 8:30 am - 6:00 pm Council of Urban Boards of Education Pre-Conference Meeting 8:45 am - 1:30 pm AVID National Conference 9:00 am - 12 Noon Early Bird Half-Day (Morning) Workshops 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Early Bird Full-Day Workshops 9:00 am - 4:30 pm TLN Executive Briefing 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Technology Site Visit 11:00 am - 5:00 pm 3rd Annual Golfing for Scholars Tournament
Sponsored by the Black Caucus
(Registration at 12 Noon, Tee-off at 1:00 pm) 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Early Bird Half-Day (Afternoon) Workshops 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm National Affiliate Special Programming 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm Board Clerk Workshop and Reception 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm Conference Orientation Session Saturday, April 5

28. State And Local Government On The Net: Alaska
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30. 03022102
was previously the Director of the Association of alaska School boards. He holdsa Master of Public Administration, a Master of education Guidance Counseling
Murkowski Names Seven to Board of Education February 21, 2003
No. 03-044
JUNEAU - Governor Frank H. Murkowski today appointed seven new members to the Alaska State Board of Education and Early Development, including retiring Education Commissioner Shirley J. Holloway. The other members named were Anchorage resident Esther J. Cox, Juneau resident Patsy DeWitt, Delta Junction resident Richard Mauer, Soldotna resident Sylvia J. Reynolds, Point Hope resident Rex Rock and Anchorage resident Tim Scott. By Alaska statute, the Board of Education appoints the Commissioner of Education and Early Development and subject to the approval of the governor. "Alaska's educational needs have always been unique compared to other states. I truly believe that these unique challenges can be met, while fulfilling our commitment to better educate our children," said Murkowski. "I appreciate the willingness of these new board members to take on the challenges faced by the state, the education community and our children. "I am especially pleased that Education Commissioner Shirley Holloway will be a board member. I value her experience and wisdom and believe that she will be a guiding light for Alaska's education system. I know she was looking forward to retirement and spending more time with her grandkids, and I appreciate her commitment to public service," Murkowski said.

31. Other Systems Of Higher Education In The United States Of America
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Other Systems of Higher Education
Below are links to various USA higher education systems such as Boards of Regents, Boards of Governors, Coordinating Boards, and University Systemwide Administrations. Any suggestions or link updates may be sent to us at the following address: webmaster
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go to Utah System of Higher Education home page

32. Obermeyer - Theresa Background
Committees Active involvement in Association of alaska School boards National Schoolboards Association, Council of Urban boards of education (CUBE), elected
Theresa Nangle Obermeyer EDUCATION
1975 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, Major: Education, Area of Concentration: Urban Affairs; Ph.D. Dissertation: "St. Louis Comprehensive Drug Treatment Center: A Case Study, 1974" which is an analysis of the multi-modality drug treatment approach, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, dissertation on file Alaska Section Loussac Library
1970 MASTER OF EDUCATION, National Defense Education Act Title VC Scholarship, 1968-70 St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
1967 BACHELOR OF ARTS, Major: Political Science, Minors: English, History, Education, Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri
CURRENT - Obermeyer Properties, Alaska Real Estate Broker since 1979
Alaska Type A Teaching Certificate since 1979 PAST

Anchorage School Board
1990-1994; Member, Anchorage School District, Anchorage, Alaska Public Office, seven member body elected at large throughout Municipality of Anchorage, 135,000 registered voters, three and a half years term of office
About 47,300 students or 38% of State of Alaska student population

33. Political FAQ
Every decision that affects education is a Certification requirements establishedby alaska statute and DOE and ultimately enforced by local school boards;
Political Frequently Asked Questions
Why is NEA-Alaska involved in politics?
The legislative and political processes profoundly and fundamentally impact public education in Alaska. This impact runs the gamut from money decisions to the enforcement of student discipline policies and affects all public education stakeholders. Among the stakeholders particularly impacted are the men and women who work in the public school system. Their salaries, benefits, hours, and daily working conditions are directly related to decisions made by local, state, and national governmental bodies. Every decision that affects education is a political decision. Here are just a few examples:
  • School operating monies - determined by Congress and the Legislature, Certification requirements - established by Alaska statute and DOE regulations Curriculum, materials selection, and academic freedom - controlled by local school board policies Student discipline policies - established and ultimately enforced by local school boards Class size or PTR - established by local school boards
How does NEA-Alaska make its decisions about which candidates to recommend?

34. NSBSD - December 2002 SBR
District Board of education moved to conduct a superintendent search out of districtcontracting the Association of alaska School boards Superintendent Search
North Slope Borough School District
December 5th, 2002 Special Recognition
Special recognition was given to Board Member Ida Olemaun for receiving the Distinguished Service Award from the National School Board Association. A Music Award was given to Lillian Maupin by the Board of Education for her selection to the All-State Band. Lillian plays trombone and is a junior at Barrow High School The All-State Band concert was held Novmeber 23, in Anchorage.
Certificates of special recognition were given to the participates of the 2002 Special Olympics Alaska Bowling Tournament held November 15-17, 2002 in Anchorage. GIRLS: Singles Division: Martha Anderson- 6th place; Nellie Kagak- 2nd place, Silver medal; and Justine Sheehan- 1st place, Gold medal. BOYS: Singles Division: Lennie Bodfish- 8th place; Larry Kaleak- 6th place; and Thomas Merly- 5th place. Doubles Division Martha/Lennie- 6th place; Thomas/Larry- 4th place; and Justine/Nellie- 4th place. Team Division: Martha, Nellie, Justine- 2nd and Larry, Thomas- 7th place.

35. NSBSD - Dec 2001 School Board Report
The North Slope Borough School District Board of education Information Sheet Boardappointed Debby Edwardson to the Association of alaska boards Youth Advocate
FY00-01 Reports
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October 11, 2000

November 2, 2000

December 7, 2000
March 8, 2001

April, 2001
May, 2001
North Slope Borough School
SCHOOL BOARD REPORT December 6, 2001 Special Recognition:
Special recognition was given to Assistant to the Superintendent Edith Vorderstrasse who is now the newly elected Mayor of the City of Barrow, for her six years of service with the North Slope Borough School District. Highlighted School - Nuiqsut Trapper School: Special reports were presented by the Nuiqsut Trapper School teachers Linda Lockwood, Roger Lockwood, Patricia Kuilboer, Jason Garman, Christine Stegall, Keith Stegall, and Principal Patricia Groholski, which highlighted the students' academic achievements in Nuiqsut Trapper School. Principal Groholski reviewed the after school 21't Century Learning Center opportunities for students, parents and community members. She shared the elders' involvement in teaching the students sewing, cooking, and cutting. Superintendent's Report: Superintendent Arnhart reported on the first semester's accomplishments throughout the District. Hopson Middle School won the highest attendance award for November with a 90.18% attendance rate. The students chose pizza for their reward and the pizza party will occur on December 19.

36. State Boards
Request Transmittal to Jurisdiction of alaska. INITIAL REGISTRATION (Questions 112),1, Is there a residency requirement? No. education, 2, Must applicants have a

37. Links To State Education Boards
March 20, 2003. State education boards. Alabama, ( alaska, (, ( Arkansas, (
April 3, 2003
State Education Boards
If you want to keep up with everything educational in your state - resources, standards, parenting information, and more - go right to the source. Every state in the union (plus the District of Columbia) has an online home. Find your state below. Use the Index:
B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa
Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland

38. Alicia Lewis Named Teacher Of The Year
Commissioner of education Early Development Shirley J. Holloway announced the atthe annual conference of the Association of alaska School boards.
Press Release
Fairbanks Music Teacher Named 2003 Alaska Teacher of the Year
Alaska's 2003 Teacher of the Year is Alicia Lewis, a music teacher at Lathrop High School in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District. "Alicia represents the best qualities of Alaska's teachers and is going to be an outstanding Teacher of the Year," Holloway said. "She does a marvelous, creative job with our children in her music classes. Her outstanding reputation among students, fellow educators and parents shows she has the qualities and abilities to represent teachers who are working hard in their classrooms all over the state to better the lives of children." Kathryn Berkowitz, a high school English teacher at Bartlett High School in Anchorage, with 18 years of teaching experience, was appointed 2003 Alternate Alaska Teacher of the Year. Lewis earned bachelor and master of music degrees in 1988 and 1990 from the University of Michigan. She completed coursework leading to teaching credentials at Wright State University and has taken additional coursework at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She taught K-12 music at Tikigaq School in Point Hope in the North Slope Borough School District from 1995 to 1997 and music and reading at Hunter Elementary School in Fairbanks from 1997 to 2002 before moving to Lathrop High this year. From 1990 to 1993 she was artist-in-residence with the Michigan Opera Theater, and from 1990 to 1993 was private voice adjunct staff at Marygrove College in Detroit.

39. Other Boards Across The United States
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permanently revoke a license;
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censure or reprimand a licensee;
impose limitations or conditions on the professional practice of a licensee;
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impose requirements for remedial professional education to correct deficiencies in the education, training, and skill of the licensee;
impose probation requiring a licensee to report regularly to the board on matters related to the grounds for probation;

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