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  1. Take on Alaska! A PhotoPhonics Reader by Linda Swirnow, 2009-01-07
  2. Chillen with Alaska by Will C. Hunter, 2007-08-06
  3. Alaska Native: Webster's Timeline History, 1787 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-27
  4. Mammals from Southeastern Alaska by Rollin H. Baker James S. Findley, 2010-07-04
  5. Travels in Alaska (Webster's Arabic Thesaurus Edition) by Icon Group International, 2009-05-01
  6. Alaska Indian Dictionary - Charles A.Lee by Charles A.Lee, 2010-02-13
  7. A Student Teacher's Troubled Teaching Experience in Rural Alaska: Case Study (Teaching Cases in Cross-Cultural Education, No. 5)
  8. Arctic Schoolteacher: Kulukak, Alaska, 1931-1933 (Western Frontier Library) by Abbie Morgan Madenwald, 1992-11
  9. Kathy: A Case of Innovative Mathematics Teaching in a Multicultural Classroom (Teaching Cases in Cross-Cultural Education Series : No 9) by G. Williamson McDiarmid, Judith Kleinfeld, 1992-06
  10. A Texan Moves to Alaska by Richard Baland, 2006-04-25
  11. Distance Education in Rural Alaska: An Overview of Teaching and Learning Practices in Audioconference Courses by Barry Sponder, 1991-02-01
  12. Drug-Taking Behavior Among School-Aged Youth: The Alaska Experience and Comparisons With Lower-48 States by Bernard Segal, 1990-03-20
  13. Qed State by State School Guide 1993-94/Alaska/Arizona/California/Hawaii/Idaho/Nevada/Oregon/Washington/West Edition (Qed State School Guide West Regional Set)
  14. Alaska (Lifepac)

In general, children absent from alaska for more than attend school and obtain asecondary education are therefore absent from alaska for more than 180 days of
Student's Guide to the PFD The following section is primarily for student's attending college outside of Alaska. For a more in-depth look at all education absences follow this link: Education Absences Explained Don't lose your PFD while you're away at school! Congratulations! You've graduated from high school and now you're leaving Alaska to continue your education. This brochure is especially for you. You've probably sailed through the application process in the past. But now that you're living outside the state, every year we'll look at your application more closely . If you don't fill out your PFD application carefully and completely, or you fail to answer our request for additional information, you stand a good chance of having your dividend delayed, or even worse, having your dividend denied. Reading and understanding the following tips and guidelines should help you maintain your eligibility. Attendance at School . If your school charges non-residents a different tuition from what it charges its state residents, you must be paying out-of-state tuition in order to remain qualified for the dividend. Each year, the school's registrar must verify your enrollment, whether there is a distinction in tuition, and what type of tuition you are paying.

62. University Relations Education Issues
general Obligation Bond funding approval for capital as well as University of Alaskaprojects, will reviewing any legislation involving education, including K

2002 National Education Issues
2001-02 Alaska Legislative Sessions (22nd Alaska State Legislature)
Educational Issues

Education was the number one issue in the 2001-02 legislative sessions, including K-12, and the University. Teacher shortages, vocational and technical training, as well as revision of the foundation formula and establishment of the AlaskaAdvantage Program for streamlined higher ed financial services were all high on the legislative radar screen in 2001. General Obligation Bond funding approval for capital projects, specifically K-12 school construction and maintenance projects, as well as University of Alaska projects, will now be on the November ballot as " Proposition C ", thanks to legislation passed by the legislature in 2002.
A special committee was formed in the House to more closely examine educational issues. Chaired by Representative Bunde (R) Anchorage, this committee took a keen interest in reviewing any legislation involving education, including K-12, vocational technical studies and the University.

63. AK BRIN: External Advisory Committee (EAC)
SLED education Links alaska and general education sites; Teachers ExperiencingAntarctica and the Arctic (TEA) - The centerpiece of the TEA program is a
Home About Alaska BRIN Staff Cores Links ... Alaska EPSCoR Last updated: January 2, 2003 Related links Alaska BRIN is the result of a Institutional development award from the National Center for Research Resources a subdivision of National Institutes of Health BRIN's Administrative Core located at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the University of Alaska Anchorage For additional information on new research, please see our sister site Alaska EPSCoR BRIN member institutions State BRIN sites
  • Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Program BRIN Directory of Fiscal Year 2001 Awards by State
Additional links Additional links to organizations, agencies, for those who have an interest in Alaska Native Health issues, Alaska Native and other indigenous peoples issues, and/or agencies/organizations involved in health issues (federal, state, and other). These are by no means comprehensive lists.

64. Education
The Nome Public School’s Board of education and members US Senator Ted Stevens,alaska Army National Guard Commander Brigadier general Steve Korenek
Nome Nugget PO Box 610
Nome, Alaska 99762
e-mail the Nugget
Education School Board presents budget for public review By MerryBeth Sutton
The regular monthly meeting of the Nome City School Board tackled the school budget for next year. The board members reviewed and discussed some major changes and encouraged public participation in the budgetary process. The $7,212,700 budget was presented in a new format that allows the public to review it item by item. For example, if a parent wanted to know how much the textbooks for fourth grade science cost, that would be in the budget. The administrator for each school was given the daunting task of justifying every dollar spent in their school. The main items asked for in the budget are either for instruction or for building maintenance. In the area of maintenance, Nome Public School Systems have asked for 11 percent above state standards for maintenance costs due to rougher weather conditions and high traffic wear and tear on the buildings. Considering that there is only one junior/senior high school and one elementary school, there will be a considerable amount of wear with the larger student population. Even though the schools do get some assistance from the city, it is still not enough to cover the high cost of maintenance. Staff salaries and benefits make up 81 percent of the proposed budget, also included in the proposed budget are support staff for the elementary school and a dean of students for the junior/senior high school.

65. Education, Technology Library Science Professional
general education. Agencies Includes state departments of education higher educationAlabama State Department of education alaska Department of

66. The Elementary & Secondary Education Act In Wisconsin--Summary By Titles
B and C deal with Native Hawaiian and alaska Native education LEA's apply directlyto the US Department of education for funding Title IX general Provisions.

ESEA Information Update Bulletin Series on Key Provisions
NCLB Title Summaries

Title I

Title II

Title III
Title X
NCLB Visual Charts
11 x 17

8.5 x 11
"Overview of the No Child Left Behind Act" (PowerPoint Presentation) Wisconsin ESEA District Coordinators Federal Web Site NCLB Website for Parents and Citizens "No Child Left Behind Desktop Reference" 2002 ... Other Resources Summary by Titles Title I Title II Title III Title IV ... Title X Title I Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged The stated purpose of Title I is to "ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and State academic assessments." To that end, Wisconsin has developed a comprehensive set of standards to measure what students need to know and be able to do, and an assessment system to determine to what extent Wisconsin students have met these standards. We will continue to provide Wisconsin students the highest quality education as we implement the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. ( Summary Title II Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers and Principals

67. Alaska Native Education
The alaska Native education Studies curriculum has been integrated into the districtwidesocial studies curriculum with the purpose of increasing general
Alaska Native Education
Contact Position E-Mail Phone Eleanor Laughlin Coordinator 452-2000 x 462 Diane Sundgren Secretary 452-2000 x 468 Mailing Address: 520 5th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701 FAX
Alaska Native Education
  • With the enactment of the Indian Education Act of 1972 (Public Law 100-297), the 92nd Congress declared a policy of providing financial assistance to school districts to develop and carry out supplemental elementary and secondary school programs designed to meet the special education and culturally related academic needs of Indian children. In 1974 parents of Alaska Native and American Indian students enrolled in the FNSBSD applied for and were awarded an Indian Education Title V, Part C (PL 100-297) grant to create the Alaska Native Education (ANE) Program. The program is governed by the ANE Parent Committee, as required by the Office of Indian Education under the grant.
  • In the beginning ANE funds were utilized to address the academic needs of ANE students through the development and dissemination of culturally relevant curriculum to the district's teachers. Although the materials created were excellent, they were not enough to address low graduation and poor attendance rates. After parent input and review of student records, the program evolved and expanded in the 1980s to provide more direct ANE student services such as academic tutoring, attendance monitoring, cultural activities, and paraprofessional career and personal advising.

68. UAB General Education Subcommittee Talking Points
After completing the general education Requirement, UAA students shall be able to1 Undergraduate baccalaureate study at the University of alaska Fairbanks is
General Education at UAA - The current (9/01) situation.
The UABGES has been charged with analyzing the UAA GER. Specifically, in terms of process and product, the charge is
  • to address the issues raised in the report of the accreditation evaluation committee and to apply the principles of Accreditation Policy 2.1 on General Education and related Instruction. to seek input "from the faculty, administrative staff, and other stakeholders throughout UAA." (to) prepare a proposal to address the weaknesses identified by (UABGES) and the evaluation committee. This document should contain a step-by-step action plan for implementation. It should also contain a statement of general education outcomes and a plan for assessing them. (to) report this project to the UAB for action no later than 1 March 2002.
The Commission on Colleges has charged UAA with delivering a progress report in this area in Fall of 2002.
Some Questions
How may we best summarize the "weaknesses identified by the evaluation committee?" What, if any, additional "weaknesses" has the UABGES identified? This question should be distinguished from "what ideal features does the current GER lack?" The addressing of this latter question might be part of the "action plan" UABGES has been charged to devise.

69. Department Of Education & Early Development
Browse education statistics, find forms and applications, and read about teacher certification and employment information.
Sorry, but your browser doesn't support this java applet. . Use this dropdown menu and click "GO!" Achieve Resource Center Alaska Children's Trust Alaska Community Learning Centers (ACLC) Alaska Frameworks Alaska Quality Schools Initiative Alaska Math Consortium Alaska Resources Education Program Alaska Science Consortium Alaska State Community Service Commission/AmeriCorps Alaska State Council on the Arts Alaska State School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Alaska USDA Commodity Program Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC) Alaska State Writing Consortium Alyeska Central School Americorps Assessment Charter Schools Child Care Contribution Calculator Child Care Facilities Database Child Care Grant Program Child Care Resource and Referral Child Care Subsidy Programs Child Nutrition Services Commissioner Competitive Grants Comprehensive School Reform Conference and Training Calendar Curriculum Frameworks Curriculum and Assessment Developmental Profile - Kindergarten Directories Directory of EED Officials District Information Early Childhood Development Educational Technology Employment as a teacher Employment at our Department Facilities Information FAQs Financial Aid Forms for Schools and Districts GearUp GO Bond Proposal Graduation and Dropout Rates Graduation Exam Information Grants for Schools and Districts Head Start Health Education Home Education Human Resources at EED Information Exchange Newsletter Information Empowered English/Language Arts Literature List Libraries, Archives, and Museums

70. Title VII - Indian, Native Hawaiian, And Alaska Native Education
Title VII — Indian, Native Hawaiian, and alaska Native education. SEC. 701 SEC. TITLE VII — INDIAN, NATIVE HAWAIIAN, AND alaska NATIVE education.
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SEC. 701
SEC. 7101 SEC. 7102
    Title VII (20 U.S.C. 7401 et seq.) is amended to read as follows:
    It is the policy of the United States to fulfill the Federal Government's unique and continuing trust relationship with and responsibility to the Indian people for the education of Indian children. The Federal Government will continue to work with local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, postsecondary institutions, and other entities toward the goal of ensuring that programs that serve Indian children are of the highest quality and provide for not only the basic elementary and secondary educational needs, but also the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of these children.

71. Alaska Natural Resource & Outdoor Education Association - Home Page
Fireworks Splice HTML
The revised ANROE Guide to Alaska Natural Resource Education Materials updates the only directory of good teaching materials focused on Alaska's natural resources. More... Targeting Excellence: Aligning Environmental Education with Standards assists educators in understanding and demonstrating how their environmental education programs help schools address standards. Download More... brings the educator fresh ideas and resources three times a year. A subscription is included when you join ANROE . Back issues are now available as downloads Alaska-specific curriculae kits , and web sites , all archived from the SMCNS website. A premier resource for Alaskan educators, built up over the years by Stephanie Hoag. News Archive for older news items 2002 ANROE Conference Links
Conference Final Report
Conference Program

2003 NAAEE National Conference in Anchorage
Join ANROE ... ANROE 2003 Calendar Have you tried an ANROE Mailing List?
You can participate in the ANROE Conference through your email if you wish. To set this up, visit the

72. Indexes & Databases -- Alaska State Library
grant sources throughout the nation and for alaska. Index and fulltext of generalreference, business, health, social science, and education journals. Resources by category
General Reference Health Magazines ... Full-text databases
For detailed information on any resource, click on i Alaska Community Database Fact sheets on each Alaska community Alaska Government Legislation, statutes, regulations, municipal codes, and other Alaska legal resources Alaska Law Review Duke Law School publication for Alaska legal community Alaska Periodicals Index Index to Alaska related articles from journals and newspapers Alaska Statistics Index Index to online statistics produced by Alaska State agencies GrantStation Database of grant sources throughout the nation and for Alaska PolarPac Index to data and publications covering materials from Alaska and Arctic regions SLED Information resources for, about and by Alaskans AHSearch AncestryPlus Art Abstracts Index and abstracts of leading international arts publications Humanities Abstracts Index and abstracts of articles and reviews of books, plays, and radio/TV programs

73. The NSDL Scout Report For Physical Sciences -- Volume 2, Number 2
severe weather, climate, pollution, general resources, and sources for public educationand enjoyment. Northern alaska Environmental Center http//
Internet Scout Project NSDL Scout Reports Physical Sciences [In this Issue: ... Verso] January 24, 2003 Volume 2, Number 2
Table of Contents
Printable version GPS Basics

The Federal Aviation Administration maintains the graphically impressive Global Positioning System (GPS) Basics Web site. From the history of the global positioning system and how it works to governmental policy that controls its use, this site does a good job of explaining all facets of what GPS is about without being overly technical. Interested visitors can explore some of the other links that cover satellite navigation topics as well, such as GPS programs; a library of documents, fact sheets, press releases, and news; frequently asked questions; links; and more. Anyone interested in mapping, navigation, or similar subjects will enjoy exploring the interesting information provided on this well designed site. [JAB]
[Back to Contents]
Welcome to Planet Earth

The Welcome to Planet Earth Web Site is a project of NASA and Rice University's Department of Space Physics and Astronomy. Offered is a collection of links from around the web on topics such as current and severe weather, climate, pollution, general resources, and movies of such things as an ocean fly-by and of ocean water vapor and topography. Other links describe the projects that Rice University is involved in including other Web educational resources. The highlight of the site has to be the impressive graphics of various worldwide physical processes gathered into one collection from primarily governmental sources for public education and enjoyment.

74. The NSDL Scout Report For Life Sciences -- Volume 1, Number 14
activities are most appropriate for their students, and National education Standardsare WildEyed alaska RealPlayer http//
Internet Scout Project NSDL Scout Reports Life Sciences [In this Issue: ... Verso] July 26, 2002 Volume 1, Number 14
Table of Contents
Printable version The World's Biomes

The World's Biomes, provided by the University California Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology, is an introduction to the earth's ecological regions. Biomes are the world's ecological communities, distinguishable by their predominant vegetation and by the organisms that have adapted to that vegetation. This site provides an introduction to the environmental and ecological features typical of various aquatic, desert, forest, grassland, and tundra biomes. Users can read about the planet's ecosystems, including information on the weather conditions, as well as the geological and soil conditions, that allow different biomes to flourish. The site contains a reference page with suggestions for further reading. [CH]
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Global Warming Kid's Site

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set up this site to teach kids about global warming, climate change, and climatology, as well as environmentally friendly habits that benefit the earth. The site allows students and educators to approach ecological issues from various perspectives. Global Warming (What it is) is an introduction to current climatological change. Other resources such as Climate and Weather and What is the Climate System? provide overviews of such climatological phenomena as the water cycle, greenhouse gasses, and climatological change over the world's history. Finally, socially and environmentally conscious resources such as So What's the BIG DEAL? and We CAN Make a Difference discuss how changes in our daily lives can affect our impact on the earth's climate. The site also has games, animations modeling climatological activity, and recommendations for educators interested in using the site.

75. Alaska Hunting Information
Hunt alaska • Know alaska's Regulations • Transporting Firearms • alaska LandStatus Access • How to Select a Guide • Hunter education • FlyIn
STATEWIDE: Home What's New! Site Index Search ... Contact Us
Hunting Information
Alaska Wildlife Harvest Data Hunter Information and Training Program An Introduction to Moose Hunting in Alaska An Introduction to Big Game Hunting in Alaska ... Wildlife Conservation Home Division Webmaster:

76. Education World® - Teacher Resources : Education Standards & Testing : General
educational Research Association (AERA) is the nation's largest professional organizationdevoted to the scientific study of education. alaska Fishery Research

77. Improving Education For Immigrant Students
Equity Center Publications and Resources Improving education for ImmigrantStudents A Resource Guide for K12 Educators in the Northwest and alaska.
Equity Center Publications and Resources
Improving Education for Immigrant Students
A Resource Guide for K-12 Educators in the
Northwest and Alaska
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Internet: Home Page: Executive Director Dr. Ethel Simon-McWilliams CNORSE Program Director Joyce Harris Writing Margot E. Buetler, Marnie Briggs, Debra Hornibrook-Hehr, and Barbara Warren-Sams Editing Barbara Warren-Sams Design Denise Crabtree Desktop Publishing and Proofreading Michael Heavener, Samantha Moores, and Mary Giroaurd Next This document's URL is: document.write(window.location) Home Equity Center People Topics ... Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory Date of Last Update: 9/6/01 Email Webmaster Tel. 503.275.9500

78. Product Information
that serve American Indian and alaska Native students first NCES report on Indianeducation were collected Free Copy Now From EdPubs general Ordering Information.

79. Northern Review #22: General / Conference Issue
The Role and Place of EthnoPedagogical Values in Childhood Educationin the North alaska and Yakutia Compared Lydia Fyodorova 52.

College Home Page
NR Home Page Tables of Contents
The Northern Review #22 (Winter 2000)
Contents Announcement
Articles Circumpolar Women's Conference, Whitehorse, Yukon, November 1999 Different Lives, Common Threads: Introduction
Amanda Graham 13 From Kangiqsualujjuaq to Copenhagen: A Personal Journey
Mary Simon 17 The Circumpolar Women's Conference: A View from the South
Kathryn Bennett 22 Sacred Smokes in Circumboreal Countries: An Ethnobotanical Exploration
Human Activity Versus Sustainable Environment
Ekaterina Ruth 42 Northern Women as International Actors in Circumpolar Science: The Northern Forum Academy
Nyurguyana P. Alexandrova 47 The Role of Northern Women in Globalization
Natalia Okhlopkova 50 The Role and Place of Ethno-Pedagogical Values in Childhood Education in the North: Alaska and Yakutia Compared Lydia Fyodorova 52 Establishment of a Social Support Network for Civil Initiatives in Reindeer Breeding Maria P. Pogodayeva 54 Becoming Aboriginal: Experiences of a European Woman in Kamchatka's Wilderness Victoria Churikova 58 Sustainable Development of National Communities in the Southern Region of Kamchatka, Russia

80. American Indian Education Links
ORGANIZATIONS, PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS alaska Native Knowledge Network alaskaNative education Study American Indian education Calif. Dept. of Ed.
American Indian Education
books conferences articles columns ... home
OTHER LINK PAGES American Indian

General Education

Indigenous Language
Search Engines
American Indian Education Links
Alaska Native Knowledge Network

Alaska Native Education Study

American Indian Education
Calif. Dept. of Ed. information on Indian education programs.
ERIC-CRESS, ERIC Digests, Native Directory, Etc.
American Indian Education Foundation
Winds of Change magazine. American Indian Higher Education Consortium IndianEduResearch.Net National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Office of Indian Education Programs Bureau of Indian Affairs CHILDREN'S BOOKS AND STORYTELLING Coyote Stories Native American Books Reviews of children's books Native American Themes in Books for Children and Teens Cynthia Leitich Smith Oyate CURRICULUM SITES American Indian Social Studies Curricula Marquette Univ. Canada large pdf file Cradleboard Project Buffy St. Marie's American Indian curriculum project. Exploring Native Americans Across the Curriculum Education World Project Willow Understanding Native American culture through environmental educationWashoe Tribe UNBIASED TEACHING AND STEREOTYPES Appropriate methods when teaching about Native American peoples Stereotyping of Native Americans Washoe Tribe site Resources for Selecting Fair and Accurate American Indian Books Floy C. Pepper

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