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         Alaska Boards Of Education:     more books (42)
  1. Information on regional resource centers: A preliminary study for the Alaska State Board of Education by Kathryn A Hecht, 1981
  2. A foundation for Alaska's public schools: Report of a survey for the Alaska state board of Education by Erick Le Roy Lindman, 1961
  3. Alaska school districts, the State Board of Education and declining revenues by Ernest E Polley, 1987
  4. Guide to Secondary Schools: Alaska, Oregon, Washington
  5. A manual for Alaska school boards by Mary Halloran, 1976
  6. Alaska (Minorities in higher education) by Judith Kleinfeld, 1988
  7. Minorities in higher education: The changing North : Alaska by Judith Kleinfeld, 1988
  8. A guide for new school board members by William K Pennebaker, 1971
  9. The schoolhouse farthest west: St. Lawrence Island, Alaska by V. C Gambell, 1901
  10. School boards and Native studies (Wise owl series) by John Tetpon, 1974
  11. A school to serve the people: Guidelines for community control of Bureau of Indian Affairs school operations by Warren I Tiffany, 1971
  12. Methodism in Alaska and Hawaii; new patterns for living together by William Vernon Middleton, 1958
  13. Where polar ice begins, or, The Moravian mission in Alaska by S. H Gapp, 1928
  14. Methodism in Alaska and Hawaii by W. Vernon Middleton, 1958

81. Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Resource for alaskan indigenous culture and education contains lesson plans, newsletter archives and links to related sites. Foundation. alaska Department of education. The alaska Native formed the alaska Native/Rural education Consortium to regarding the alaska Native/Rural education Consortium, contact
[click here to go directly to a page, then click "Go!"] Alaska Clipart Collection Alaska Native Cultural Resources Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools ANKN Brochure ANKN Calendar of Events ANKN Directory ANKN Site Map ANSES CANHE Celebration of Alaska Native Literature Guidelines for Cross-Cultural Orientation Programs Guidelines for Culturally Responsive School Boards Guidelines for Nurturing Culturally Healthy Youth Guidelines for Preparing Culturally Responsive Teachers Guidelines for Respecting Cultural Knowledge Guidelines for Strengthening Indigenous Languages Indigenous Education Worldwide Indigenous Knowledge Systems Meet the Staff Native Pathways to Education Native Values Resources Online Science Units Sharing Our Pathways Newsletter SPIRAL Curriculum Text-based Version of Website Translating Standards to Practice Village Math Village Science What's New and Updated
ANKN Calendar
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University of Alaska
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T he Alaska Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaska Natives have acquired through cumulative experience over millennia. The

82. Alaska Dept Of Education & Early Development - Organization
801 West 10th Street , Suite 200 Juneau, alaska 998011894 Telephone (907) 465-2800 Fax (907) 465-3452 Commissioner Shirley Holloway alaska State Board of education Early Development alaska Quality Schools Intiative alaska's Vision and Goals for
801 West 10th Street, Suite 200
Juneau, Alaska 99801-1894
Telephone: (907) 465-2800 Fax: (907) 465-3452
Statutes and Regulations Divisions Boards and Commissions State Schools Eskimo School, Nome, Alaska, ca. 1900 (Alaska State Library, PCA 01-3293)

83. Special Education Service Agency
A public agency which provides assistance to Alaskan school districts and early intervention programs Category Regional North America Disability Resources...... The Special education Service Agency (SESA) is a publicly funded agency whichprovides How to make and use Play boards and Position boards for infants.
The Special Education Service Agency (SESA) is a publicly funded agency which provides assistance to Alaskan school districts and early intervention programs serving students with low incidence disabilities.
What's New?

84. Alaska Press Club
NAIA). alaska education SITES. AASB Association of alaska SchoolBoards. education and Early Development State of AK office. alaska
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Anchorage Daily News
Anchorage Press (alternative weekly)
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Juneau Empire
Peninsula Clarion (Kenai Peninsula)
The Frontiersman (Mat-Su Valleys)
The Ketchikan Daily News (no news content; contact info only)
Kodiak Daily Mirror
Alaska Star (Chugiak-Eagle River)
Alaska Newspapers,Inc. (Chain of weeklies, including Arctic Sounder, Bristol Bay Times, Cordova Times, Dutch Harbor Fisherman, Seward Phoenix Log, Tundra Drums and Valdez Vanguard.)
Valdez Star
Nome Nugget
Skagway News
Chilkat Valley News (Haines)
Eagle Eye News (Haines)
Petersburg Pilot
Homer News (visitors guide only)
N-Net List of Newspapers in Alaska
Yukon News (Whitehorse,Yukon Territory)
Whitehorse Star (Yukon Territory)
Associated Press , Alaska office
Alaska Public Radio Network (includes links to member stations)
KTOO TV-Radio (Juneau)
KSKA Radio/KAKM TV (Anchorage)
KNBA Radio (Anchorage)
KUAC Radio (Fairbanks)
KMXT Radio (Kodiak)
KBBI Radio (Homer)
KBRW Radio (Barrow)
KIYU Radio (Galena)
KTNA Radio (Talkeetna)
KRBD Radio (Ketchikan)
KFSK Radio (Petersburg)
KCAW Radio (Sitka)
KCHU Radio (Valdez)
KTUU TV Anchorage TV news station
KTVA TV Anchorage TV news statio
KINY Radio News Minute (Juneau)
Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network
Alaska Public Broadcasting Network Iditarod coverage
Alaska Super Station (KIMO-TV Anchorage)

85. HEM - State Support Groups
99574; Linda Brown, 907424-3943 Christian Homeschoolers of alaska Military ParentS CaribbeanCenter of Home education Resources (bilingual), (T'CHERs), PO Box

State Support Group List

Hawaii US Territories
Alaska Top Homeschoolers of Cordova , , PO Box 782, Cordova, AK 99574; Linda Brown, 907-424-3943
Christian Homeschoolers of Alaska Military ParentS , (CHAMPS); Kimberly Chretin, 907-428-4528
Hawaii Top Hawaii Homeschool Association , , PO Box 893513, Mililani, HI 96789, 808-944-3339;
Kauai Home Educators Association , ; Jeanne Ferrari Amas, 808-245-7867;
Homeschool Adventures: Program for Parents and Youngsters , (H.A.P.P.Y.),
Puerto Rico Top Caribbean Center of Home Education Resources (bilingual) , (T'CHERs), PO Box 867, Boqueron, PR 00622, Puerto Rico; Alison Martin, 787-255-6571,
MARIAMANTE , , Puerto Rico; Lisa Rodriguez;
Western Education Association a Variety Enriched Resource , (WEAVER), PO Box 1214, Lajas, PR 00667, Puerto Rico; Rachel Kubaryk, 787-899-5298;

86. Welcome To HEM's Support Group Area
Alabama alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia This site is sponsored by Home education Magazine.
Welcome to HEM's Support Groups Pages! To find a group in your state use the map above or follow one of the links below under Groups and Organizations . If you're starting or run a group, check out the links below for helpful information. Bookmark this page and check back for news and information specifically about homeschooling support groups and organizations.
Finding Support

Find support online
Groups and Organizations
National and International
Starting a Support Group

Deciding the Structure-informal to formal, How to Publicize, Being the Contact
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Laws and Legal Issues, Political Issues, Where to Find Information and Resources State Laws and Regulations Quick overviews offering a starting point in understanding laws and regulations. HEM-SupportGroups list A new networking list for anyone interested in working with support groups HEM's Support Group Liaison You can contact HEM's Support Group Liaison via email at

87. Preschool Education Library : Book Reviews > The Alaska Mother Goose
child's imagination through her magical view of the wonder and awe of the backwoodsof alaska detailed in Copyright 19972002 by Preschool education Site Meter.
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By Shelley Gill lustrated by Shannon Cartwright Review by: Deborah Beebe Ms. Gill opens the doors to a child's imagination through her magical view of the wonder and awe of the backwoods of Alaska detailed in nursery rhyme. From the snow goose to the tufted puffin and the marmot and caribou; Ms. Gill weaves a song of Alaskan nature in harmony with the magnificent creatures that call the land of the midnight sun their home. Through prose we discover a crane's ballet, the dense fur of the musk ox, the footing on granite of the white dall sheep and the arctic playground of the walrus and whale.  The black bear enjoys a favorite treat that happens to turn his teeth a most beautiful shade of blue! 

88. Special Education News -- Alaska News
January 22, 2000 Three new grants from the US Department of education may holdancillary benefits for alaska special education students and teachers.
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January 22, 2000 Three new grants from the U.S. Department of Education may hold ancillary benefits for Alaska special education students and teachers. As state and federal agencies continue to encourage school systems and teachers around the country to think creatively when searching for funding for various programs, the loosely worded application requirements for new fiscal year 2000 Alaska Native Education programs appear to fit that creativity bill. The Department of Education has up to $11 million to disburse for programs that will help Alaska Natives, with individual grants ranging from $50,000 to $750,000 per year.
Alaska news archive:

89. Education World ® - Special Theme Articles: Alaska!
Explore alaska Three Scavenger Hunts education World celebrates alaska's 40thanniversary with three scavenger hunts for students across the grades.

Special Theme Articles
Archives: VIEW ALL ARTICLES The Arts ...
Special Theme Center Archives Social Sciences Special Theme Page S P E C I A L T H E M E P A G E
Sometimes referred to as the Last Frontier, Alaska gets its name from its earliest native peoples; the Aleuts called their land alayeksa , which means "great land." The Great Land is noted for its wealth of natural resources. For hundreds of years, adventuresome people have traveled to Alaska in search of furs, gold, and most recently oil. Today, one of Alaska's largest industries is tourism. Each year, thousands of visitors travel to Alaska to learn about its history and explore its natural beauty.
  • Iditarod: The Last Great Race
    Alaska's annual Iditarod Dogsled Race is a perfectly "teachable moment." Wise teachers use the race and the many Web sites connected with it to teach geography, math, reading, and language arts. More than that, this annual race can teach students a thing or two about fairness in competition and about the pride and dignity that comes with seeing a job through to its completion. Included are Iditarod activities for use across the grades!
  • Happy Birthday, Alaska!

90. Conservation Education: Division Of Forestry, Alaska Department Of Natural Resou
Other sponsors include the alaska Cooperative Extension, alaska Department of education,alaska Natural Resource and Outdoor education Association, and the
Conservation Education What is Project Learning Tree?
Curriculum Materials

Correlations to State and National Education Standards

How do I get PLT Materials?
Contact Information

Project Learning Tree (PLT)
is an award-winning environmental education program designed for and by educators working with students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The program uses the forest as a "window" on the natural world, helping to focus awareness and knowledge of all aspects of the environment, and our place within it. PLT helps prepare students to make informed decisions about conservation practices and natural resource use by practicing problem solving and critical thinking skills. CURRICULUM MATERIALS
PreK-8 Activity Guide

PLT's new and revised activity guide offers a comprehensive environmental curriculum, which encompasses land, air and water. It is local, national and global in scope.
  • contains 96 lessons with variations and extensions organized into storylines within thematic chapters includes background material and directions for teachers contains suggestions for subject integration and assessment
Spanish Translation of the PreK-8 Student Pages
To meet the growing need for bilingual academic material, PLT has translated the student pages of the PreK-8 Activity Guide into Spanish. This provides ready-to-use materials for bilingual educators. Call 269-8481 for more information.

91. Alaska Department Of Fish And Game — Teacher Resources
page; ANROE alaska Natural Resource and Outdoor education Association;ASMI alaska Seafood Marketing Institute educational resources;
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The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has a wide variety of resources available to educators throughout our website. This page has been developed to provide a central location for links to educational resources on our site. (You will find that many of these resource web pages are also cross-linked from other pages within our website.)
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92. CNY TRD Vacancy Resources
Teacher Placement http// ·California School BoardsAssociation http// ·Georgia education Job Listings
Application Process

Searchable Database

General Research
Public School Job Openings General K-12
Academic Employment Network:
Teacher's Planet: Somewhat limited
National Job: Mostly higher ed, some secondary
Project Connect:
Instructions: Follow link: *Education Job Search . Oswego State username: teacher ; password: aswan Recruiting New Teachers: (register for candidate database) National Teachers Employment Review: Education Jobs Page:

93. Public Citizen | Publications - Ranking Of State Medical Boards' Serious Discipl
who might well be barred from practice in states with boards that are in order)Arizona (10.52 per 1,000 physicians), Oklahoma (8.66), alaska (8.57), Iowa

94. National School Boards Foundation
Recently Frank Barham, Executive Director on behalf of the Virginia School BoardsAssociation Board of Directors, issued a challenge to the Federation Members
State Association Challenge Recently Frank Barham, Executive Director on behalf of the Virginia School Boards Association Board of Directors, issued a challenge to the Federation Members of the National School Boards Association to contribute at least $1,000 to the National School Boards Foundation (NSBF). We are thrilled and honored to be the recipient of this worthwhile challenge! NSBF would like to express our gratitude to the following state associations for their donation and/or pledge.

95. FindLaw - Find A Lawyer
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96. State & National
The US Department of education The US Department of education web site, hostedby the National Library of education (NLE), provides information regarding

Product News

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EdVISION Partners
State/National Sites

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Online Publications
The US Department of Education:
The US Department of Education web site, hosted by the National Library of Education (NLE), provides information regarding programs, education initiatives of the President and the Secretary, the full text of ED reports and publications, resources for teachers and parents, and links to regional educational organizations. School to Work Program: On May 4, 1994 President Bill Clinton signed the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994. This law provides seed money to States and local partnerships of business, labor, government, education, and community organizations to develop school-to-work systems. Using federal seed money, States and their partnerships design the school-to-work system that makes the most sense for them. Index for Regional Educational Laboratories State Departments/Boards of Education Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Washington D.C.

97. Professional Chapters
Anchorage 0200 Anchorage SHRM100% Sharon Chriss State of alaska/Dept.of Labor Phone (907) 269-4764 Home Page

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