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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

81. 84.356 - Alaska Native Educational Programs
Beneficiary Eligibility alaska Natives as defined in Provisions Act and the EducationDepartment General Administrative regulations (EDGAR), certain

82. Construction Education
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83. Cutthroat Trout Education
regulations to Increase Size and Numbers of Wild Cutthroat Trout. In 1994, the AlaskaBoard of Fisheries adopted new regulations for cutthroat trout fisheries.
Cutthroat Trout This information was produced with cooperation from The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish and Trout Unlimited Cutthroat trout! Highly prized, these sport fish are found year-round in streams and lakes throughout southeast Alaska. But declining harvests and decreasing numbers of trophy-size cutthroat in waters known for these large and very special fish have many anglers concerned. Abundance Two types of cutthroat trout inhabit southeast Alaska waters: resident and sea-run (anadromous). Studies indicate that both grow slowly and that their numbers are relatively small. Resident stocks - found mainly in lakes and above barriers in some streams - spend their entire life in fresh water. Sea-run cutthroat typically reside in lakes during the winter and migrate early in the spring to feed in salt water. They move back into lakes for the fall and winter. Only 8 inches long by the time they are 4 years old, cutthroat take at least 12 years to reach the 3-pound trophy size (20 inches) in lakes. In sea-run systems, cutthroat grow to about 16 inches in 10 years. Catchable-size resident cutthroat average 2,000 to 4,000 per lake, whereas sea-run cutthroat numbers are fewer, with only 200 to 2,000 fish in most systems.

84. The Foundation For Safe Boating And Marine Info - Your Complete Resource For Mar
of Boating Safety, Information on safe boating in alaska. weed control, boating safetyeducation, Clean Vessel and Navigation Code, Boating regulations online.
Link: Government Marine Safety and Enforcement Websites
Marine Recreational Fishing Laws and Regulations
ME NH New Hampshire RI The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Assoc. [20... MA Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries - ... NY New York State Marine Fisheries Dept. DEC CT Connecticut Marine Fisheries Office NJ New Jersey DE DNREC Online VA Virginia Marine Resources Commission MD Ocean City Maryland Fishing Regulations Creel... NC 2002 NC Recreational Coastal Waters Guide SC South Carolina Saltwater Rules GA Welcome to Georgia Outdoors.Com LA Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries AL Creel and Size Limits MS Recreational Bag Limits TX Texas Fishing Guide - Bag/Size Limits FL Marine Fisheries Summarized Regulations
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85. Pupil Transportation Department | Services
Pupil Transportation Services. Transportation is provided based on AlaskaDepartment of education regulations. Regular Transportation.
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Pupil Transportation Services
Transportation is provided based on Alaska Department of Education regulations.
Regular Transportation
Regular Transportation is provided for students living at least 1 and 1/2 miles from their neighborhood school. Bus stops are established by the Alaska Department of Education regulations and the Anchorage School District Transportation Department criteria. Routing schedules are available in the School Bus Route section
Special Education Transportation
Special Education Transportation is provided for students as a related service and part of the student's Individual Education Plan (IEP). For more information, see Transporting the Exceptional Child , an informational guideline for parents, teachers, school bus drivers and attendants.
Hazardous Transportation
Hazardous Transportation is provided for students that have to walk across or along an unsafe roadway that has been designated "hazardous" by the Anchorage School District Hazardous Transportation Committee and the School Board. The Committee evaluates areas based on the Hazardous Transportation Guidelines
Field Trip and Activity Transportation
Field Trip and Activity Transportation is also provided by school buses for school related activities. Transporting students to athletic events and to locations around Anchorage and South central Alaska to pursue educational opportunities. The Transportation Department dispatches approximately 6000 field and activity trips annually.

86. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10
Region 10 the Pacific Northwest Serving the people of alaska, Idaho, Oregon EPAoffers free workshops on new federal fuel storage regulations The EPA is
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Current Issues EPA Honors Washington State Department of Ecology for Agricultural Burning Efforts Ecology was nominated for the award by the Washington Association of Wheat Growers, many of whose members burn wheat stubble. " The wheat growers are proud to have nominated Ecology for this award and are doubly proud that they've won it ," said Perry Dozier, past president of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers. " They deserve the award because for years the parties had been at an impasse, yet Ecology found a positive path forward for everyone ."

87. GLARRC National State Policy Database Page
IDEA regulations 1999 Department of Defense Special education regulationsLink to all state education agency websites. There have

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A collaborative project of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education and the . This work is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) The NSPD currently holds state department of education rules and regulations for Special Education. Use the following Searches:
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Menu Based Query Plain English Query Displays a text entry box in which you enter the words or phrases that you wish to locate combined with search operators Searches are entered by typing in words or phrases and choosing options from a menu Type in exactly what you need to know in plain English Help State and National Regulations Available for Search (use queries above) or for Download (click on individual states below) In most cases, state regulations have been translated to PDF by GLARRC. These files, available below for download, are NOT the official legal files. For the official copy of each state's regulations, please contact the state education agency. Alabama


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88. Training And Education
Program; Lending library; Public education presenters and to the Operator Certificationregulations became law ATTAC under contract with the alaska Department of
Quick Links . . . ATTAC Staff and Advisory Committee Contact Information Employment Opportunities Guestbook Links Operator Review Questions Research Resources and Publications Statewide Training Calendar Training and Education Home
Training and Education
ATTAC and UAS Sitka offer the following services:
Small Public Water Systems Certification
Revisions to the Operator Certification regulations became law on January 18, 2001. As of that date, all Class A public water systems regardless of size are required to have a certified operator. This also applies to those Class B systems using surface water or groundwater under direct influence of surface water (GWUDISW). A small water system is defined as a water system serving less than 500 people per day and having less than 100 service connections.
ATTAC under contract with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) has created two manuals and certification exams for the owners/operators of small untreated and small treated public water systems. The manuals are available to

89. Togiak Refuge: Regulations And Enforcement
alaska Department of Fish and Game sportfishing regulations The BristolBay booklet applies to the Bristol Bay drainages of the Togiak Refuge;
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Regulations and Enforcement:
Fishing / Hunting Regulations Enforcement Agencies Other Information Land ownership patterns in southwest Alaska are a mix of Federal, State, Native corporation, and private lands. As such, there are a variety of regulations and enforcement agencies that you should be aware of if you are planning to visit this area. The links below are intended as a resource to help you familiarize yourself with some of these regulations and agencies. This page is not intended as a complete resource nor a legal document. If you have questions about specific regulations or practices on Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, you should contact Togiak Refuge staff.
General Visitor Guidelines
This is an outline of guidelines most commonly applicable to Togiak Refuge visitors, especially sport fishermen on unguided float trips. It is intended to be used as a general guideline only , and does not cover every regulation that may apply to you.

90. Board Policy Manual Chapter Seven
The School Board incorporates by reference the alaska Department of education regulationsgoverning the confidentiality of AIDS information set forth at 4 AAC
Chapter Seven: Support Services - Non-Instructional
710 Support Services Philosophy 720 Safety Program
School Closings

Communicable Diseases
Health Services
710 Support Services Philosophy
The Board considers the noninstructional operations of the district an important component of the educational process. The support services, therefore, will be designed to complement the instructional program. The Board expects all support services to be consistent with and responsive to the goals and needs of the district. Policy Adopted: March 3, 1981 [Return to Top]
720 Safety Program
The superintendent will develop and implement a safety program which will include, but not be limited to, compliance with and enforcement of all state and federal laws, rules and regulations. The program will include a provision for in-service training designed to promote safety standards and practices. Policy Adopted: March 3, 1981 [Return to Top]
721 School Closings
The superintendent may order the closing, the delay in opening or the early dismissal of any or all schools in order to protect the safety and welfare of the students and staff. Policy Adopted: February 17, 1981

91. Code Talk
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92. General Education Development (GED)
GED programs through the State Department of education. test was selected by the AlaskaState Legislature are proctored under strict test security regulations.
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.

93. University Of Alaska Anchorage Graduate Appplication
alaska STATE TEACHER CERTIFICATION/ ENDORSEMENT. The highest level of college educationattained by either the published policies, rules and regulations of the
Legal Name First: Middle: Last: SSN: Date of Birth: Sex: male female Previous Name: Email : Mailing Address Street: City: State: Zip: Permanent Address (Leave blank if same as mailing) Street: City: State: Zip: Local Phone: Permanent Phone: Ethnic Origin: Requested for compliance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Optional. Used for statistical purposes only. Choose Ethnic Origin Unknown/Not Specified (UN) American Indian (IN) Black, non-Hispanic (BL) Hispanic (H) Asian, Pacific Islander (PI) White, non-Hispanic (WH) Alaskan Aleut (AA) Alaskan Eskimo, Inupiat (AQ) Alaskan Eskimo, Yupik (AY) Alaskan Eskimo, Other (AE) Alaskan Indian, Southeast (AS) Alaskan Indian, Athabaskan (AT) Alaskan Indian, Tsimphian (AM) Alaskan Indian, Tlingit (AK) Alaskan Indian, Haida (AH) Alaskan Indian, Other (AI) Alaskan Native, Other (AN) Other (OT) Student Refused (SR) Special Considerations Are you an honorably discharged veteran? No Yes Are you eligible for VA Educational Benefits? No Yes
In what state do you claim official residency If you claim Alaska residency, how long have you lived in Alaska?

94. Alaska School Activities Association
alaska School Activities Association. alaska EducationRegulations. 4 AAC 06.115 Interscholastic Activities. (A) The purpose
About Us Newsletter Calendar of Events Handbook ... Home Page Alaska School Activities Association Alaska Education Regulations 4 AAC 06.115 Interscholastic Activities (A) The purpose of 4AAC 06.115 is to provide a procedure that enables school districts to promote and govern interscholastic activities effectively, economically, and fairly, while keeping those activities in their proper perspective educationally. (B) A school or school district may join and, to the extent authorized by its budget, may pay dues to the Alaska School Activities Association, Inc., or any other voluntary, nonprofit association whose purpose is to administer and promote interscholastic activities in Alaska so long as the association (1) makes applications and membership available to all public and private schools and school districts in the state; (2) is governed by the board that is elected from the association membership and that fairly represents all regions of the state that participate in the organization and whose membership may also include appointed representatives of other education organizations;

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