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         Alaska Education Regulations:     more detail
  1. A description of new regulations affecting local education by Mary Halloran, 1976
  2. Significant impact of environment regarding eligibility of Native American and Alaskan Native students for ESEA Title VII regulations by Mike Travis, 1979
  3. Testing, testing, testing: rural and urban responses to Alaska's high-stakes assessment regime.(General Articles)(Report): An article from: Northern Review by Jerry McBeath, Maria Elena Reyes, 2008-01-01
  4. Public Contracts And Procurement Regulations in Alaska by Derek D. Crick, Paul L. Davis, et all 2006
  5. Notice of proposed change in PTPC regulations by Charles W Craig, 1981

21. Native Village Of Kotzebue Alaska, Kotzebue IRA, Qikiktagruk
The applicable federal rules and regulations provide the education Coordinator with CIB),indicating at least onequarter (¼) quantum alaska Native or
HOME PROGRAMS EDUCATION NIKAITCHUAT ILISAGVIAT ... READ OUR GUESTBOOK Higher Education Scholarship The mission of the Native Village of Kotzebue - Kotzebue I.R.A. Higher Education Scholarship Program is to financially assist eligible members of the Native Village of Kotzebue with the associated costs of pursuing a degree at an accredited postsecondary educational institution.
H.E. Student Reception
Spring 2001
Anchorage, Alaska DEADLINES
Autumn Semester: August 1
Spring Semester: January 1
Summer Session: May 1
  • The applicant must be an officially enrolled member of the Kotzebue I.R.A. As such, the applicant qualifies to receive tribal funding only from the Kotzebue I.R.A. The applicant must provide a copy of Certificate of Indian Blood (C.I.B.), indicating at least one-quarter (¼) quantum Alaska Native or American Indian blood. The applicant must be enrolled at an accredited postsecondary educational institution. Colleges and universities must be accredited by their authorized regional, state and/or national accrediting association. Religious postsecondary educational institutions must be accredited, and course hours must be transferable to three non-religious postsecondary educational institutions. A letter confirming course hour transfer must accompany the application. Tribal postsecondary educational institutions need not be accredited, rather recognized by the Secretary of Education.

22. New EMS Regulations
New EMS regulations Effective 8/16/02 Click Continuing Medical education Guidelines,Search CH EMS Web alaska Health and Social Services, alaska Public Health.

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Health Social Services Public Health Community Health Emergency Medical Services
Juneau Office
410 Willoughby
Room 109
Box 110616
Juneau, Alaska
465-4101 FAX
Community Health and Emergency Medical Services Anchorage Office
Anchorage, Alaska
EMS Regulations Emergency Medical Services Search CHEMS Program Descriptions EMS Contacts EMS Downloads ... CHEMS Home New EMS Regulations Effective 8/16/2002 Revised August 6, 2002 Purpose : The purpose of this page is to provide the reader with information concerning the EMS Regulations changed in Register 163 effective 8/16/2002. All the downloadable files on this page are in Adobe Acrobat format. EMS Downloads Regulations: Complete set of EMS Regulations- available 10/22/02! Abridged Version of new regulation changes Forms: Course Forms Certification Forms Course Prerequisites Instructor Certification Forms EMS Course Approval Initial Certification Proof of Patient Contacts EMT-II Candidates ETT Instructor Initial (pending) Recertification Proof of Patient Contacts EMT-III Candidates ETT Instructor Recertification Comity ... Venipuncture Verification Form EMT-III Candidates Course Objectives:

23. EMS Continuing Medical Education In Alaska
Continuing Medical education is defined in alaska EMS regulations.Policies regarding the approval of continuing medical education

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Health Social Services Public Health Community Health Emergency Medical Services
Juneau Office
410 Willoughby
Room 109
Box 110616
Juneau, Alaska
465-4101 FAX
Community Health and Emergency Medical Services Anchorage Office
Anchorage, Alaska
Continuing Medical Education Emergency Medical Services Search CHEMS Program Descriptions EMS Contacts EMS Downloads ... CHEMS Home Continuing Medical Education for EMTs in Alaska Revised Purpose : The purpose of this page is to provide the reader with information concerning the applicability of time spent studying certain subjects towards the continuing medical education (CME) requirements for recertification as an Emergency Medical Technician. In addition, the page includes information on the process for " pre-approving continuing medical education programs. The requirements for EMT-I, EMT-II and EMT-III recertification can be found on the downloadable application for recertification Continuing Medical Education " is defined in Alaska EMS Regulations. Policies regarding the approval of continuing medical education are developed by the State EMS Training Committee, a subcommittee of the Governor's Alaska Council on Emergency Medical Services. The policies are based on the definition of continuing medical education found on the following page. The Physician Medical Director for a certified EMS service, Defibrillator Technicians, EMT-IIs, or EMT-IIIs, is responsible for a plan of continuing medical education for each of the persons he or she sponsors, and should be consulted early in the CME planning process.

24. CFDA: 84.356: Alaska Native Educational Programs
for Preschool Children;; 84.322 alaska Native Student Elementary and Secondary educationAct (ESEA regulations, Guidelines, and Literature education Department
84.356: Alaska Native Educational Programs
Objectives: To support projects that recognize and address the unique educational needs of Alaska Native students, parents and teachers.
Applicant Eligibility: Alaska Native educational organizations or educational entities with experience in developing or operating Alaska Native Programs, or partnerships including Alaska Native organizations. Beneficiary Eligibility: Alaska Natives as defined in Public Law 103-382. Credentials/Documentation: Not applicable.
Preapplication Coordination: This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372 , "Intergovernmental Review of Federal Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assistance, if the State has selected the program for review. Application Procedure: Applications must be prepared and submitted in accordance with a notice published in the Federal Register. By the due date, eligible applicants must submit to the Department of Education a complete application that addresses the purposes of the program, the selection criteria, and any priorities included in the application notice, and includes all required assurances and signatures.

25. CFDA: 84.321: Alaska Native Home Based Education For Preschool Children
84.322 alaska Native Student Enrichment Program. Elementary and Secondary EducationAct, Title IX regulations, Guidelines, and Literature Contact the Program
84.321: Alaska Native Home Based Education for Preschool Children
Objectives: To provide funds to Alaska Native organizations or educational entities to implement home instruction programs for Alaska Native preschool youngsters. The objective of such programs shall be to develop parents as educators for their children and assure active involvement of parents in the education of their children from the earliest ages. Home based education programs for Alaska Native children shall include the following: (1) Parent-infant programs for parents and their children 0-3 years old; (2) preschool programs for four and five years old; (3) training, education, and support programs to teach parents skills in observation, reading readiness, story telling and critical thinking; (4) continued research and development; and (5) a long-term follow-up and assessment program.
Applicant Eligibility: Alaska Native organizations or educational entities with experience in developing or operating Alaska Native programs or programs of instruction conducted in Alaska Native languages, or to partnerships involving Alaska Native organizations.

26. Alaska PTA Legislative Platform
C. education ISSUES The alaska PTA supports legislation and regulations that will1. Support the mastery of basic skills and the development of children’s
Alaska PTA
Legislative Platform BASIC POLICY STATEMENT One of the Objects of the Alaska PTA, in common with the National PTA, is to secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. The Alaska PTA will support legislation and regulations that promote the Objects of the PTA. This legislative platform is the authority for selecting those fields of legislation with which the Alaska PTA will be concerned. Positions taken on state and federal legislation will conform to policies adopted in this basic platform as well as to resolutions adopted at Convention and Alaska PTA Board positions. A. SCHOOL GOVERNANCE
The Alaska PTA supports legislation and regulations that will: 1. Maintain local School District self-governance and local control of public schools.
2. Maintain local control and accountability of charter schools.
3. Require parent participation on all committees pertaining to school governance, policies, and procedures.
4. Maintain school accountability and community participation by presentation of the “School Report Card” during a public forum at each school.
5. Require any bargaining units within School Districts to give a three-day strike notice

have prormise for enhancing the education of students for charter schools in the stateof alaska; and. that legislation and subsequent regulations were intended
Board Members Contact AASSP Home Resolutions approved by Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals Resolution #1 Increased Educational Funding WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals urges the Alaska State Legislature to increase education funding to ensure all students in all districts get a quality education; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Alaska State Legislature take steps necessary to ensure proper financing of schools to maintain a quality education in view of the inflation rates which affects that education. Alaska Association of Secondary School Principals Resolution #2 Early Childhood Education WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS WHEREAS THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the State of Alaska endorses Early Childhood Education, provides funding for comprehensive, coordinated, early childhood programs, and places the responsibility and coordination of these program with the local school districts; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there is a need for qualified educators who have a firm foundation in early childhood education and have met certification and license requirements set by the State Board of Education.

28. HSLDA | Alaska Charter School "Benefits" May Have Strings Attached
Therefore, the alaska Department of education has proposed significant restrictionson the virtual home schools. Some of the new regulations deal with this
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HSLDA News January 24, 2002 Alaska Charter School "Benefits" May Have Strings Attached Proposed new regulations in Alaska are proving the arguments that government strings are always attached to governmental benefits, and that home schooling families who accept government money may face significant new restrictions on their home school programs. Because of questionable expenditures of state money by some virtual home schools (known in Alaska as "public school correspondence home schools"), the Alaska Department of Education is considering new rules to restrict the funding. Several Alaska school districts have initiated programs allowing home schoolers to enroll in public correspondence programs and receive some state funding. The best known is Galena School District's Interior Distance Education of Alaska (IDEA) program. Parents who enroll their children in IDEA are subject to certain restrictions and requirements not imposed on those conducting home education under Alaska's excellent law. For example, students in grades 4 or 7 must take the California Achievement Test 5 administered by a certified teacher who is approved by the school district. In addition, IDEA requires 3rd, 6th, and 8th graders to take the Alaska Benchmark Examinations in reading, writing, and math, although state law does not require this of home schoolers yet. Students must also pass the High School Graduation Qualifying Examination in order to receive a high school diploma. Further evaluation of these students requires parents to report the progress of each child to Galena School District every semester.

29. Alaska Legislature Home Page
195659, BBA Post Graduate - University of alaska, Anchorage; Slingerland 1991-1994;Member, Department of education's Special education regulations Task Force
Senator Lyda Green District G- Republican Elected to the Senate
Legislative Session Contact:
State Capitol, Room 516 Juneau, AK 99801-1182 fax: (907) 465-3805 email: Interim Contact: 600 E Railroad Avenue, Suite 1 Wasilla, AK 99654 fax: (907) 376-3157 Senator Green's Personal Web Page
Date/Place of Birth:
10/16/38; Livingston, TX
Former Business Owner and Teacher
Shelton, Kristie, Brad

30. NASW Continuing Education
As outlined in the alaska licensing regulations, social worker continuing educationis available from a variety of recognized sources, including professional

31. Alaska 1998 Official Election Pamphlet - Lyda Green
UAA, 1988, Slingerland Language Certificate. POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT POSITIONSAlaska Senate 1995present. DOE Special education regulations Task Force.
Senate District N
Lyda Green, Republican
(all content provided by the candidate) DATE OF BIRTH: October 16, 1938 PLACE OF BIRTH: Livingston, Texas SPOUSE: Curt Green CHILDREN: Brad, Kristie, Shelton
4000 Palmdale
Wasilla, Alaska 99654 E-MAIL ADDRESS: OCCUPATION: Former Teacher, Business Owner LENGTH OF RESIDENCY
34 years Wasilla: 1984-present
Anchorage: 1968-84, 1962-66 EDUCATION:
Brazosport High, Freeport, TX, 1952-56, Diploma. College/University: Sam Houston State, Huntsville, TX, 1956-59, B.B.Adm. UAA, 1988, Slingerland Language Certificate.
Alaska Senate 1995-present. Chair: Senate HESS, Senate State Affairs. Vice-Chair, Senate Resources. Member: Transportation, Legislative Council. DOE Special Education Regulations Task Force. Former Member, Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education.
Former Owner and Educator, The Study. Adjunct Instructor, Mat-Su Community College, 1991-93. Instructor's Assistant, University of Alaska Anchorage, 1991. Co-Owner, Anchorage Racquet Club, 1978-88. Administrative Assistant, Pan American Petroleum (AMOCO): 1963-65, 1962. Teacher, West High School, 1962-63. SERVICE ORGANIZATION(S) MEMBERSHIP: Palmer Pioneer Lions, Chambers of Commerce, Soroptimists, NRA, First Baptist Church

continuing education required of teachers, nurses, social workers and doctors. WHATDO THE regulations SAY ABOUT TRAINING? All licensed foster homes in alaska
UNDERSTANDING THE REGULATIONS: What Alaskan Foster Parents Need to Know FOSTER PARENT TRAINING 1.0 Hour Training Credit Written and Produced by: The Alaska Foster Parent Training Center Funded by the State of Alaska Division of Family and Youth Services UNDERSTANDING THE REGULATIONS: What Alaskan Foster Parents Need to Know Foster Parent Training Reference 7 AAC 50.250 This series was compiled with help from the State of Alaska Division of Family and Youth Services to help foster parents understand the foster care regulations. This series is a guide to the regulations, but not a substitute. In all differences between the information in this series and the regulations, the regulations are the final authority. Contact your licensing worker for a complete copy of the regulations. Under the foster care regulations, foster parents are required to complete a certain amount of training each year. This self-study states the training requirements for foster parents and offers ideas of how to get and record your training. WHY DO I NEED TRAINING? I

33. Search
AfterSchool Programs. American Indian and alaska Native education. E-Rate.EDGAR (education Department General Administrative regulations).
Topics: Accountability, Assessment, and Standards Accreditation Achievement Gap Adult and Vocational Education@ ... Writing

34. Law/codes And Regulations Featured Advertisers
alaska Intellectual Property Law; alaska State Law; Child Labor Law; Codes and Regulationson Cyberspace Connecticut Law; Continuing Legal education; Contract Law;

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35. Marine Exchange Of Alaska
US Coast Guard Ballast Water regulations. US Coast Guard Port Security Update02/01/02. Training education. alaska Aquatic education Resources.

36. Alaska Marine Advisory Program: Marine Mammals
regulations mandate reduced marine mammal take in commercial and encouragement ofcomanagement with alaska Natives and marine mammal education programs for

Workshops and Training

seafood technology and others

Series on vessel maintenance
Charter Log

Newsletter on charterboat industry
Marine Industry Career Training

List of schools and training centers

The agents and their locales MAP publications Available at Alaska Sea Grant bookstore Marine Mammals Kate Wynne heads up this mission. A/152-09 , Sightings and Samples: A Community-based Research Effort (Kate Wynne) Marine mammals are an integral part of Alaska's marine ecosystem and interact in dynamic and complex ways with fishermen, Natives, and other resource users. The 1994 amendments to the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA), declines in Alaskan pinniped populations, and public interest in marine mammals have resulted in regulation changes and fishing restrictions. Regulations mandate reduced marine mammal take in commercial fisheries, reduced disturbance by recreation and tourism operators, and encouragement of comanagement with Alaska Natives and marine mammal education programs for the general public. Goal Objectives Related publications at our bookstore Guide to Marine Mammals of Alaska Steller Sea Lions: In Jeopardy (video) Is It Food?

37. New FDA Seafood Safety Regulations Take Effect
program director with the alaska Seafood Marketing new Food and Drug Administration(FDA) regulations. national committee that developed education and training
HACCP News Releases
  • New FDA seafood safety regulations take effect
  • Sea Grant, ASMI receive White House award for seafood safety New FDA seafood safety regulations take effect Date: December 17, 1997
    Contact: Listed at end of release
    SG-97/NR165 FAIRBANKS, Alaska The nation's seafood processors have until Thursday, December 18, 1997, to implement stringent new federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) safety regulations. The regulations require that seafood processors train safety-assurance personnel and follow procedures called Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP). HACCP procedures focus on key steps in seafood processing where special attention is needed to assure food safety. In Alaska, where more than half the nation's seafoodworth more than $2 billionis harvested, the new regulations will affect more than 750 seafood processors. The industry has been training to meet the new standards for the past two years, according to Don Kramer , a seafood quality control specialist and industry trainer with the University of Alaska Sea Grant Program in Fairbanks. "We've conducted training workshops with most of the industry in Alaska and with several of the major processors in the Seattle area as well," said Kramer. "We've trained more than 500 people who will oversee implementation of the new standards in their plants."
  • 38. Alaska Licensing: Guide To Contractor, Engineer, Architect, Land Surveyor, Lands
    Post Office Box 110806 Juneau, alaska 998110806 applicable statutes and regulations,license applications and continuing education course listings
    Licensing: Alaska
    Back to Licensing

    Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
    Contains directory of licensed occupations, including job descriptions, education requirements, hiring practices, job outlook and wage information.
    Architects, Engineers, Land Surveyors
    Department of Community and Economic Development
    Division of Occupational Licensing
    State Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors
    333 Willoughby Avenue, 9th Floor
    State Office Building
    Juneau, Alaska 99811 Post Office Box 110806 Juneau, Alaska 99811-0806 (907) 465-2540; Fax (907) 465-2974 (907) 465-1676; Fax (907) 465-2974 Department of Community and Economic Development, Division of Occupational Licensing, State Board of Registration for Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors Contains examination information; downloadable exam and licensing applications and other forms; land surveyor candidate handbook; licensing FAQs and notices. Users can search licensing database by board, license type or number, licensee's last name or city. Contains licensing statutes and regulations; board meeting schedule and summaries; list of board-approved arctic engineering courses. Can renew individual license or corporate certificate of authority online. Investigator's Report lists open cases, draft accusations, civil penalties, accusations filed and cases closed.

    39. Alaska State Agencies: Web Guide Includes Government Agencies That Regulate Cont
    consultation contact numbers and draft regulations. Trends publication; and AlaskaEmployer Handbook including job descriptions, education requirements, hiring
    State Agencies: Alaska
    Back to State Agencies
    Alaska Online
    Can access state government resources on the Web by department or type of government service; can review online resources for doing business in the state. Offers links to state employment and labor resources; to online database of public notices, including RFPs, bid advertisements and notices of permits; and to new and proposed regulations. "Communities" includes links to Alaska city and regional Web sites.
    Alaska Railroad Corporation
    Visitors can view current solicitations and access rules of purchase, bidding instructions, terms and conditions and disadvantaged business enterprise related information.
    Department of Administration, Division of General Services
    Users can request bidder application package online. "Purchasing" contains purchasing documents and regulations, procurement statutes, procurement administrative manual, guidelines on how to do business with the state and explanations of bidder preferences. State Facilities Office contains list of identified improvements to state and community buildings and to the Capitol building. Property Management Office lists sales events and auctions of government property. Contains links to statutes, regulations and the Administrative Journal.

    40. Boating Regulations By State
    State Boating Laws, Boating education regulations, Reciprocity accepts boatingsafety certificates from other alaska, No mandatory boating education requirements
    Boating Courses Boating Tips Boating Contest Safety Links ... Contact Us Boating Regulations by State
    Boating Education Requirements
    Laws Boating Education Regulations Reciprocity
    accepts boating safety certificates from other states and/or NASBLA-approved courses. Alabama Minimum age to operate 12. Boating license required - proctored exam required to obtain license. Non-residents may operate up to 45 days without a license. Alaska No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arizona No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arkansas No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A California No mandatory boating education laws. Minimum age to operate is 16. California boating information. Yes Colorado Colorado residents - age 14-15 - who operate PWCs required to complete boating safety course. Home study is not accepted for this age group. Yes Connecticut All operators of vessels registered in, or who own property in, CT must successfully complete an approved boating course or pass the CT challenge exam. PWC operators must take proctored, state-approved PWC classroom course regardless of residency. Other vessel operators may take the CT challenge exam. No Delaware Delaware residents born after 1/1/78 must complete an 8 hour boating course.

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