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  1. Report of the general agent of education in Alaska for the year 1888-89 by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-06-25
  2. Report of the general agent of education in Alaska for the year 1888-89 by Jackson United States. Bureau of Education Sheldon 1834-1909, 1891-12-31
  3. Adult education in Alaska,: An initial general bibliography listing publications, reports, recent research and other materials. Designed for: planners, programmers, educators, and students by Laurel L Bland, 1969
  4. Introduction of reindeer into Alaska: Preliminary report of the General Agent of Education in Alaska to the Commissioner of Education, 1890 by Sheldon Jackson, 1891
  5. The American Indian and Alaska Native Student's Guide to College Success by D. Michael Pavel, Ella Inglebret, 2007-05-30
  6. Report on education in Alaska by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-08-06
  7. Report on the work of the Bureau of Education for the natives of Alaska, 1914-15
  8. Report On Education in Alaska
  9. Report On Education in Alaska: With Maps and Illustrations by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-02-03
  10. Report On Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, Volume 6 by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-03-15
  11. Report On Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, Volume 5 by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-02-10
  12. Report On Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, Volume 7 by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-03-16
  13. Annual Report On Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, Volume 9 by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-02-24
  14. Annual report on introduction of domesticated reindeer into Alaska by Sheldon Jackson, 2010-06-18

1. SLED: Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
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Alaska Education General Education

2. Environmental Organization WebDirectory - EducationGeneral Alaska Natural Resour
The alaska Native Commission's final report, alaska Native education a Presbyterian missionary, as general education for education in alaska. By 1895 the Bureau of education was operating
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3. Native Education (General)
reference materials, bibliographies and other documents that provide backgroundinformation on general issues associated wtih Native education in alaska.
Welcome to
Native Education
The resources at this site consist of reports, reference materials, bibliographies and other documents that provide background information on general issues associated wtih Native education in Alaska. Anyone wishing to contribute to this site is encouraged to contact the coordinator of the Alaska Native Knowledge Network at (907) 474-5086 or send an e-mail message to Center for Cross Cultural Studies Four Winds Indian Books Aboriginal Head Start Association of BC - Advocating for the education of Aboriginal children and their families in British Columbia, Canada, including promotion and development of the Aboriginal Head Start program in British Columbia. The provincial association represents the off-reserve Aboriginal Head Start projects in BC. Northwest Indian Headstart Coalition
This is a new website containing a collaboration for Native American Headstart Programs in Alaska and Northwest Continental US. An Alaska Studies Web Site
Guide for Teachers designed for Anchorage School District under the sponsorship of Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc. with a grant from the US Department of Education.

4. Site Map For Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Medicine, and Healing Ecology, Environment and education alaska Native alaska NativeCultural Resources alaska Native (general) Athabascan TlingitHaida
Sharing Our Pathways Newsletters Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools
Calendar of Events
Native Pathways to Education ... Aleut/Alutiiq St. Lawrence Island Yupik (site in development)
Indigenous Education Worldwide
Indigenous Organizations, Conferences, and Opportunities Native Hawaiian Aborigine of Australia ... Meet the Staff Featured Site: Alaska Native Studies Curriculum and Teacher Development Return to ANKN Home Page
Comments or questions? Contact the Alaska Native Knowledge Network

5. $7.8 Million In Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded
Special education Programs general Supervision Enhancement Grants. Alabama, AlabamaDepartment of education Mabrey Whetstone, 334242-8114, $391,134. alaska, alaska
October 5, 2001 Contact: Jim Bradshaw
$7.8 Million in Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded to 24 States, Territories and Outlying Areas
More than $7.8 million in grants have been awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to 24 states, territories and outlying areas for special education improvement efforts as part of a competitive process to help reform and improve services for children with disabilities. A total of 42 states, Puerto Rico and outlying territories competed for the awards, known as General Supervision Enhancement Grants. The grants are intended to complement and support the accountability system developed by the department’s Office of Special Education Programs by assisting states and lead agencies to develop and improve their infrastructure for holding states, districts and schools accountable for improving student achievement. "Accountability for improved performance rests at the heart of our efforts to improve American education," said U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige. "These awards will help move us toward assuring that our special education programs are offering quality educational services to all students with disabilities so that no child is left behind." Activities supported by the grants include:
  • developing data-driven, evidence-based state monitoring systems that focus on areas that have the greatest impact on better outcomes for children with disabilities;

6. Alaska Frameworks Web Site Home Page
The alaska Department of education Early Development's Curriculum Frameworks Project This web site contains curriculum development information in the areas listed below. definition of curriculum, guiding assumptions, and general recommendations. This is a common This section excerpts pertinent alaska education laws. This is a common chapter,
Arts Health Language Arts Math/Science ... Glossary
Welcome To:
Curriculum Frameworks Project This web site contains curriculum development information in the areas listed below. It is primarily intended for use by school district curriculum development committees, however, we hope it will prove useful to others as well. ALASKA FRAMEWORKS DOCUMENT GIVE-AWAY!
If you would like to find out more about the Frameworks Project, begin here with a brief history of this project, and notes on the curriculum development process. This introduction is a common chapter, shared by all of the content sections.
Starting Point
This section addresses a definition of curriculum, guiding assumptions, and general recommendations. This is a common chapter, shared by all of the content sections.
The Arts curriculum development materials include dance, drama, music, and the literary and visual arts.
The Skills for a Healthy Life curriculum development materials include standards, instruction, and resources. The curriculum covers both individual health, and the individual's contribution to the health of the community.
The Language Arts section covers speaking and writing; reading, listening, and viewing; presenting and explaining positions; and completing independent and cooperative projects.

7. SLED: Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
Health education Library Project Health promotion and education resources; the deliveryof health care in alaska. general Health, Disabilities Social Services.

8. EE Link: EE-Link Introduction
Classroom resources, contacts, and references are provided by the Environmental education and Training Partnership. EE Grant Resources. general information, EE specific grants, and a grant for Environmental education Annual Conference. October 711, 2003 - Captain Cook Hotel, Anchorage, alaska

EE Link Introduction

Professional Resources

Class Resources

Environment Info

EE-Link Intro
About EE-Link EE Principles New on EE-Link Internet Use Info ... En Español
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EE-Link Introduction Welcome to EE-Link
Your Link to Environmental Education Resources on the Internet This Month's Highlights: NAAEE Annual Conference October 7-11, 2003 - Anchorage, Alaska
Thinking Globally While Acting Culturally The conference will follow five strands - Global EE Sustainability and Futures, Joining Together - Partnering in EE, Moving the Field Forward: Research in EE, Reaching Across Audiences: Diversity in EE Programs, and Urban Rural Interface in EE. Strands will feature workshops, concurrent sessions, poster and interact sessions. Keynote speakers will present constructs from the strands. SiteName = 'eelink' OffSite(SiteName); EPA EE Regional Youth Programs President's Environmental Youth Awards (PEYA) recognizes young people across America for projects that demonstrate their commitment to the environment. Application Deadline: July 31st EPA Strategic Plan Input/Comments Request The EPA is soliciting comments on its 2003-2008 Strategic Plan. The Plan is centered on the EPA’s five long-term goals centered on the themes of air, water, land, communities and ecosystems, and compliance and environmental stewardship.

9. General Education Development (GED)
general educationAL DEVELOPMENT (GED) TESTING and GED programs through the State Departmentof education. GED test was selected by the alaska State Legislature
Adult Basic Education (ABE) ABE Directory General Education Development (GED) GED Requirements GED Test Centers GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GED) TESTING BACKGROUND: The United State War Department originally developed the GED test in the 1940s for use only with military personnel. The first Alaska GED diploma was issued in 1948. By 1960, more civilians than military personnel were taking the GED Test. In 1966, the new Adult Education Act provided federal funding for ABE and GED programs through the State Department of Education. The GED test was selected by the Alaska State Legislature as the official high school diploma equivalency exam. The test battery includes five separate timed tests, which are proctored under strict test security regulations. Testers must be at least 18 and not attending school. Under special circumstances a tester may test after his/her 16th birthday. By the early 1970s GED test versions in Spanish, Braille, large print, and cassette were developed. On July 1, 1999, the GED program transferred from the Department of Education and Early Development to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The statutory authority for this program is the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, Title II, Adult Education and Family Literacy and Alaska State Statute 4 AAC 39.040: Delegations of Authority to Issue Diplomas in Connection with the Adult Basic Education Programs. There are currently 29 GED Test Centers in Alaska. Each Test Center must sign an annual contract with the National Council of Education's GED Testing Service. These Centers are administered by the State GED Administrator who is responsible for test security, transcript archival and retrieval, and the production of GED Diplomas and duplicate diplomas. The GED Test program archives over 80,000 transcripts and responds to over 2,000 requests for official transcripts annually.

10. Alaska Adult Basic Education
Division annually receives general funds from the State of alaska to fund the ABEProgram and an annual grant from the US Department of education to supplement
Adult Basic Education (ABE) ABE Directory General Education Development (GED) GED Requirements GED Test Centers
The mission of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is to provide instruction in the basic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics to adult learners in order to prepare them for transitioning into the labor market or higher academic or vocational training. Preference must be shown to those learners who are the most educationally disadvantaged. The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Employment Security Division annually receives general funds from the State of Alaska to fund the ABE Program and an annual grant from the U.S. Department of Education to supplement this funding. The statutory authority for this program is the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, Title II, Adult Education and Family Literacy and Alaska Administrative Code 8 AAC 99.200 Adult Basic Education Grants.
The 13 Regional ABE programs, 4 Volunteer Literacy Centers, and 1 Literacy in State Corrections facilities program may provide some or all of the following ABE activities.
  • Instruction in the basic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics

11. ISEP Institutions
a highlight of life in Southeast alaska. Divisions Business (accounting, management,general business); Elementary education; Humanities (general studies, art
Back to Search and Directory Home
Map from used by permission of Microsoft Corporation. ISEP member institutions in Alaska:
University of Alaska Southeast
Links about Alaska:
State of Alaska online

The Capital City Home Page: Juneau, Alaska

Juneau, Alaska

Alaska State Museums
Alaska Native Language Center

  • Capital city campus in one of the most beautiful settings in the world. Unsurpassed recreational opportunities within temperate rainforest, including wilderness camping, sea-kayaking, canoeing, hiking, skiing, wildlife and glacier expeditions. Individualized attention: small classes, accessible faculty and friendly staff.
Juneau, Alaska (pop. 33,000)
Undergraduate, Graduate
Academic year or semester exchanges AP ratio of 1:2 Profile: Locale:
The main campus is situated on the shore of Auke Lake facing the Mendenhall Glacier on one side and Auke Bay and the Chilkat mountain range on the other. A mild maritime climate allows for year-round outdoor activities. Southeast Alaska's spectacular natural scenery and the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the capital city combine to provide an educational experience unequaled elsewhere. Juneau's setting within the Tongass National Forest and along the Pacific's Inside Passage of Alaska's panhandle, 1,000 air miles north of Seattle and 900 air miles south of Anchorage, is one of the most beautiful and pristine environments in the world. Traveling the Alaska Marine Highway System to other island communities is a highlight of life in Southeast Alaska.

12. Webbieworld Search Engine, Award Site, Webbie Awards - Education
360 alaska in Panorama Pick alaska is an academic research, as well as general interest Webgrammar'sPlace excellent resources in education, Grammar, References

13. Issues In The Education Of American Indian And Alaska Native
nondisabled peers, friends, family members, and general and special Characteristicsof American Indian and alaska Native education Results from the 1990

14. ERIC American Indians And Alaska Natives
South American Indians, notably including alaska natives and the migrant populationand the general population; Materials about education in Mexico or the US

15. Welcome To NEA-Alaska
Leadership conference Apr 11-13 Register Now general Information Funding The educationAdvocates - Making education Funding alaska's 1 Priority;
Legislative Message Alert! See March 28th update. Alaska's Children, Alaska's Future
Alaska Native Education

AKtivist Newsletter

Why Public Education
Check out the March issue of the AKtivist on-line NEA-Alaska Champions of Children 2003. C.A.P.E.R.S. program offers options for unified promotions
School District ESEA Funding Data
The U.S House of Representatives' Committee on Education and the Workforce has produced a school district level funding information that may be of interest.
Cmssr. Shirley Holloway talks turkey about 'No Child Left Behind' In remarks at recent Delegate Assembly. "Opportunity to Testify on State of Alaska Budget" For schedule information: Proposed $31+ million in cuts 'not acceptable'. Candidate Murkowski policy speech on schools, August 30, 2002 April Leadership conference -
Apr 11-13 Register Now

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Hotel Reservations ... Agenda NEA-Alaska 2003-2004 23rd Alaska State Legislature Poster available for purchase.

16. Excellence In Education
org/pubinfo/Pubs/index.html; alaska Department of link; EducationResources Information the National Association of Attorneys general and the
Excellence in Education
Safe Schools

How schools are held accountable NEA-Alaska Position Papers The following position papers were written in response to positions adopted by the delegates to NEA-Alaska's Delegate Assembly. Each of these was written before the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESEA - No Child Left Behind Act ) was signed by President Bush on January 8, 2002. Please bear in mind that the entire landscape of public education has changed as a result of the passage of No Child Left Behind, and some of the details in these papers may no longer be accurate. Nonetheless, we recommend them to you as general statements about several key components of a quality education. Mentoring, testimony presented to the House - Special Committee on Education (PDF format) Distance Education (PDF format) (PDF format) (PDF format)
Great resource for teaching two of the 3 R's in Alaska Alaska Native Knowledge Network
A resource for compiling and exchanging information on Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. Includes Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive schools and numerous links.

17. AKInclusion
In alaska, the goal is to provide specially designed instruction and supplementaryaids and supports in general education settings to the greatest extent
Skip navigation links Updated July 26, 2002 Educating Students with Disabilities in General Education Classrooms:
A Summary of the Research
Prepared by
Caroline Moore
Western Regional Resource Center
University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon in cooperation with
Debra Gilbreath
Alaska Department of Education, Teaching and Learning Support and the Alaska 2000 Design Team,
with special assistance from
Fran Maiuri January, 1998 Educating Students With Disabilities in
General Education Classrooms: A Summary of the Research
"Education contributes to an individual's journey toward self reliance and independence. Schools and instruction must be designed and organized to meet the varying needs of individual learners....Alaska is striving to improve educational outcomes for all students." (Dr. Shirley Hollaway, Commissioner of Education for Alaska, in a speech given to the Special Education Directors' Conference, Anchorage, AK, September 1996) "The entire context of American education is changing. We need teachers skilled in using computers as a powerful teaching tool, and many more teachers well-versed in teaching English as a second language. Our teachers need to teach to a higher level of achievement, and be prepared to teach all of America's children-the gifted and talented, our many new immigrants, the college-bound achiever, and the disabled child who is learning so much more because he or she is now included."

18. Alaska Department Of Fish And Game — ADF&G Home Page
Mariculture. Hunting. • general Information • Hunting Resources •Big Game Hunting • Hunt alaska. education. • Teachers' Resources
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Restoring the McGrath

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Salmon Fund Alaska's Salmon Fishery MSC Certified Invasive Species Plan Atlantic Salmon, Invasive Threat Wild Rainbow Trout Initiative Taku River Issues ... Wildlife Viewing in Alaska
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Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Federal Aid
Alaska's Salmon Management Alaska's Commercial Salmon Fishery Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin Alaska's Sustainable Salmon Fisheries Policy (31KB -PDF) Atlantic Salmon White Paper Marine Protected Areas: Public Process Recommendations Sport Fishing Publications Sport Fish Currents Newsletter-PDF The Alaska Hunting Bulletin Tribal Consultation Policy

19. Big Game Alaska : Wildlife Care & Rehabilitaion Center
Portage Glacier near Anchorage. Dedicated to rehabilitating orphaned and injured animals and providing wildlife awareness and education to the public. Site has general information, animal photos and descriptions.
Our mission is to provide care for injured and orphaned wildlife and to provide continued wildlife awareness and education to the public.
On the shores of Turnagain Arm, surrounded by mountains and hanging glaciers, Big Game Alaska Wildlife Center is the perfect place to learn about Alaska wildlife. Drive through in the comfort of your own vehicle or walk through to photograph and learn about the animals, the park and the history of the Portage Valley area. About Us The Wildlife Giftshop Contact Us ... Home
PO Box 949 Portage Glacier, Alaska 99587
907.783.2025 Fax: 907.783.2370
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20. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
Featured Titles in educationgeneral Page 1 of 334 Teaching To Transgress educationAs the Practice of teaching experiences in classrooms from alaska to New
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