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         Alaska Schools General:     more books (100)
  1. Geochemical prospecting;: General reconnaissance methods, (University of Alaska. School of Mines. Bulletin 3) by Nalini Ranjan Mukherjee, 1957-10-30
  2. A general history of public school finance in Alaska: Operating and capital costs by Nathaniel H Cole, 1985
  3. Rock Poker to Pay Dirt: The History of Alaska's School of Mines and Its Successors by Leslie M. Noyes, Emeritus Earl H. Beistline, et all 2002-04
  4. Products of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  5. People of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  6. Alaska's National Lands (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  7. Wonders of Alaska (North to Alaska) by Lynn M. Stone, 1994-09
  8. Mdr's School Directory Alaska 2005-2006 by Market Data Retrieval, 2005-12
  9. Alaska's Charter Schools by Gordon Castanza, 1999-05-01
  10. Alaska Bear Tales by Larry Kaniut, 1999-10
  11. Buscando Alaska (Spanish Edition) by John Green, 2006-06-30
  12. Lepquinum '77; 1977 Metlakatla Jr-Sr High School Yearbook, Metlakatla, Alaska by Students of Metlakatla Jr-Sr High School, 1977
  13. Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon by Ed Ferrell, 1999-10
  14. Midnight Wilderness: Journeys in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by Debbie S. Miller, 2000-08

1. Native Education (General)
materials, bibliographies and other documents that provide background informationon general issues associated wtih alaska Quality schools Initiative.
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.

2. New Stuyahok, Alaska Schools Directory
New Stuyahok, alaska schools. New Stuyahok students attend schools in the Southwest Region School District New Stuyahok High School. general Delivery. New Stuyahok, AK 996369999
New Stuyahok, Alaska Schools
New Stuyahok students attend schools in the Southwest Region School District "Chief" Ivan Blunka School
400 AVEC Road
New Stuyahok, AK 99636
Phone: (907) 693-3144 or (907) 693-3178
email: New Stuyahok High School
General Delivery
New Stuyahok, AK 99636-9999
Phone: 907-693-3144 To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the Key to the City Home Page Thanks for coming! Don't forget to come back soon!!

3. Anchorage School District | Budget
and Staffing and Salaries Analysis; general Fund Staffing High schools/Programs CertificatedStaffing; Summary of alaska Public School Funding Program for Eight
Site Index Site Options Contact Us April 3, 2003 Schools Departments About ASD School Board ... myASD
2003-2004 Budget
The administration presented its preliminary budget to the school board in mid-January. The Anchorage School Board will hold the first and second readings on the budget on January 23 and February 6, respectively. Both meetings will be held in the board room at 5:00 pm and will be televised on Channel 14. The board will hear public testimony, make amendments and finalize the budget at these meetings. The budget is scheduled to go before the Anchorage Assembly for consideration on March 18th at 6:00p.
Budget Basics: A guide to the Anchorage School District FY 2003-2004 Proposed Financial Plan
Overview of the 2003-2004 budget
Presentation discussing the 2003-2004 budget
Board Memo #170: FY 2003-2004 Proposed Financial Plan (First Reading)
  • Attachment A : Projected Revenues Summary by Fund; Projected Revenues and Expenditures Summary, Summary of General Fund Revenues; Schedule of General Fund Revenues From Local Sources/Fund Balance; Computation of Municipal Tax Limitation; Schedule of General Fund Revenues From State Sources; Schedule of General Fund Revenues From Federal Sources
  • Attachment B : Summary of Major Budgeted Revenue Increases and Reductions
  • Attachment C : Summary of Major Budgeted Expenditure Increases and Reductions

4. Error
alaska State Constitution, Article VII, Section 1 (Public Education) states, "The legislature shall by general law establish and maintain a system of public schools
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5. 3rd Annual Alaska Quality Schools Institute, August 6-10, 2001 ~ Alaska Staff De
assist teams during scheduled appointments and during general sessions. the Institute,teams should complete the alaska Quality schools Coalition's self
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3rd Annual Alaska Quality Schools Institute Re-inventing Alaska's Schools:
Implementing and Refining a Standards Based System for ALL Students
August 6-10, 2001 / Skyview High School, Soldotna A 5-day, intensive opportunity for school and district TEAMS who need work time and guidance to create an exemplary standards-based system Travel Stipend Application for Principals and Superintendents Registration Registrations must be submitted in a group, with the entire team. Each member of the team must fill out a form, then submit them together to ASDN. Please contact your building site or district team leader for more information. If you have any questions about this procedure, please contact Kristin Oliver

6. History Of Nome Public Schools By John Poling 1970 - On
which developed the framework for the establishment of a general system of publicschools, loosely organized until 1917, when the alaska Territorial Department
Alaskool Central What's New Search Alaskool Guestbook ... About the project and its developers Education Available online at Alaskool with the permission of John M. Poling's family. For personal or educational use only. Some changes in layout have been made to accomodate online publication, but content remains as originally composed. Posted 08/22/02 A HISTORY OF THE NOME, ALASKA, PUBLIC SCHOOLS:
1899 TO 1958 FROM THE GOLD RUSH TO STATEHOOD A THESIS By John Marion Poling, B.A. Presented to the Faculty of the University of Alaska in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF EDUCATION By
John Marion Poling, B. A. College, Alaska
May 1970 Table Of Contents Acknowledgements Abstract Chapters: I. Backgrounds: Russian and American II. Backgrounds: Settlement, The First Schools, and Incorporation III. Establishing the Schools and the Struggle for Fiscal Control
IV. The Golden Years: Rise and Decline of the Schools, 1902-1918
... Bibliography Appendix: A. Years of Service of Nome School Board Members – USBE and City Schools – 1900 to 1958

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About one quarter of the state governments general. fund budget went to schools in 199293. all the costs of alaska schools in 1992-93 (Figure 1).

8. Excellence In Education; alaska Department of Keep schools Safe Ajoint initiative of 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.

9. Ed 596 ST, Creating Culturally Responsive Schools, Standards Booklet - Schools ~
A statewide partnership, initiated in 1983 that includes alaska's 53 school districts. Cultural Standards for schools. Materials "alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive schools" booklet (Click here) the Overview chart for the general ideas and the booklet for a
Distance Education ASDN Homepage ED 596 ST Standards Booklet - Schools Previous Page Next Page
Standards Booklet - Schools Task: Read and reflect: Cultural Standards for Schools Materials:
"Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools" booklet (Click here
"Content Standards for Alaska Students" booklet. (Click here
"Overview chart of Content Standards". (Click here to download pdf) NOTE:
PDF files require Acrobat Reader to view.
If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download a free copy here READ AND FAMILIARIZE yourself with the six standards identified for culturally responsive schools. Pages 17-20. Write down the main idea of the six areas.
A: B: C: D: E: Begin thinking of examples from your own experiences that demonstrates when one of the standards is being met.

10. Welcome To NEA-Alaska
on schools, August 30, 2002. Register for the NEAalaska April Leadership ConferenceAprilLeadership conference - Apr 11-13 Register Now general Information
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

General Information


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

11. Error
alaska State Constitution, Article VII, Section 1 (Public Education) states, "The legislature shall by general law establish and maintain a system of public schools
There has been an error on this page. Webmaster Note If the error continues Please Report the error to:

  • or call (907) 465-2671
    or call (907) 465-6547
Please tell us the page you were trying to access, and the page you were trying to access it from.

12. EdSTAR Minnesota > General Issues > Essays
Write and Speak general Issues Serving American Indian and alaska Native Students,Serving American Indian and alaska Native Students schools, Principals, and

13. EdSTAR Minnesota > General Issues
Start Write and Speak general Issues, Reform for Rural schools; Current Literatureon Small schools; Serving American Indian and alaska Native Students; A Nation

14. Red Devil, Alaska Schools Directory
Red Devil, alaska schools. George Willis School. general Delivery. Red Devil, AK 996569999
Red Devil, Alaska Schools
George Willis School
General Delivery
Red Devil, AK 99656-9999
Phone: 907-447-3213 To learn how to submit information to Key to the City, go to Publication Information Page To go to a new state, choose the Key to the City Home Page Thanks for coming! Don't forget to come back soon!!

15. General Information For Prospective Law Clerks - Alaska Court System
general Information. The Supreme Court is the appellate court of final authorityin alaska. a justice travels to the nation's leading law schools for purposes
General Information for Prospective Law Clerks - Effective July 2002
This pamphlet provides an outline of basic benefits and general information for applicants or appointees to the Alaska Court System Law Clerk Program. It contains the following information: Introduction
General Information

Recruitment and Appointment

Travel and Moving Expenses
PLEASE NOTE that although information in this handbook is current as of the date of printing, salary, benefit levels and other conditions of employment are subject to change without notice. This handbook does not constitute an offer of employment or a guarantee of current salary and benefit levels. Employment can only be offered subject to legislative funding. The Alaska Court System Human Resources Department will confirm the salary and benefit level authorized for the current fiscal year (July 1-June 30.) If further information is required, please contact the Human Resources Department, at (907) 264-8242, or write to:
Alaska Court System
Human Resources Department
820 West 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501-2005

16. Alaska Statistics Index - Alaska State Library
SPECIAL EDUCATION CHILD COUNT health education in alaska's schools, Profilefrom Primary Elections (1996, 1998, 2000, 2002) - general Elections (1996
Site Map Text Only Home Search ... Alaska State Publications Alaska Statistics Index Many State agencies produce statistical materials and a number of agencies place these statistics on the Internet. This is a linked list of State statistics by subject. If the statistical product or statistic you are looking for isn't here, it may be available in print. Please check our local library catalog or contact the Government Publications librarian at the Alaska State Library. To see these statistics presented in a different way, try our State Statistics Listed by Agency page.
B C D ... Z
A Abuse - and violent behavior, data from Health Status in Alaska, 2000 edition
of children
Acreage burned in Alaska fires, seasonal statistics (1990 - )
Accidents on the road, various statistics (1996 - ) Adolescents Risk Behavior Survey, 1999 [Requires Adobe Acrobat reader]
Risk Behavior Survey, 1995 (1997 update)

17. Press Release Archive - Alaska Department Of Law_logo_main0Department Of Law Top
Orders State flags lowered, underscores need for safety in alaska schools. State interestsin oil industry consolidation Attorney general Botelho appointed to
1999 Department of Law Press Release Archive Report recommends changes to strengthen charter: Attorney General's report to Governor based on public hearing process Pipeline divestiture required in Exxon Mobil merger: Alaska, western states file consent decree; FTC seeks similar terms Suit claims title to submerged lands in Southeast Alaska: Knowles' action in U.S. Supreme Court prompted by Glacier Bay fishing dispute Knowles Extends BP-ARCO merger hearings: Saturday session at UAA Auditorium to handle overflow crowd; Public comment period also extended Town Hall meetings set on BP-ARCO merger: Public forums, teleconferences planned Monday through Wednesday BP-ARCO Merger News: Governor Knowles and BP reach aquisition agreement BP agrees to Knowles concerns over merger timeline: Company Suspends FTC Review Process while Negotiations Continue with State Knowles urges FTC to enjoin BP-ARCO merger: Suspends negotiations after company triggers deadline for decision Governor Knowles appoints Stephen West Ketchikan District Attorney: West has been the assistant district attorney in Ketchikan for the past 12 years. Governor Knowles' conditions on the BP-Amoco's acquisition of ARCO: "At its core, our position is about competition and corporate commitment."

18. 2002-2003 UAF Catalog: Contents
Tuition and Fees Tuition Definition alaska Resident Fees Associated With RegistrationOther general Fees Paying Fees Refunds. COLLEGES AND schools.
2002-2003 UAF Catalog The General Catalog is your complete guide to studying at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The catalog includes information on admission and graduation requirements, the academic calendar, and program and course listings for certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's and Ph.D degree students. The General Catalog is updated each academic year to reflect changes in academic rules and degree requirements. If you are looking for a different academic year than the one listed above, view our archived catalogs For more information about UAF, visit our online virtual tour QuickJump DEGREES AND PROGRAMS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS THE UAF EXPERIENCE UNDERGRADUATE Applying for Admission How to Register Academic Regulations How to Earn a Degree Degree Requirements GRADUATE Applying for Admission How to Register Academic Regulations How to Earn a Degree Degree Requirements UAF EXPENSES Tuition Fees Paying Fees Refunds Financial Aid HOUSING STUDENT SERVICES CAMPUS RESOURCES RESEARCH COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS DEGREES AND PROGRAMS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS UAF REGISTER Index About this Catalog Academic Calendar Accreditation EXPERIENCE
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Experience

Applying for Admission

19. Transfer Credit
of substituting transferred credits for general Education or The University of AlaskaAnchorage reserves the Middle States Association of Colleges and schools.
Transfer Credit Where possible, transfer credit is equated with University of Alaska Anchorage courses. When this is not possible, evaluators may grant specifically designated elective credit to meet a General Education Requirement . The principle that governs approval of substituting transferred credits for General Education or College Wide degree requirements is that only course work that clearly and demonstrably satisfies the intent of the requirement can be accepted as a substitute. The University of Alaska Anchorage reserves the right to reject transfer credit or to require an examination before credit is allowed. An evaluation of transfer credit is completed after a student has been accepted to degree-seeking status. ACCREDITED COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES 1. Transfer credit is accepted only from institutions in the United States fully accredited by one of the following regional accrediting associations: —Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools —New England Association of Schools and Colleges —North Central Association of Colleges and Schools —Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges —Southern Association of Colleges and Schools —Western Association of Schools and Colleges 2. Only college-level courses completed with grades equal to "C" (2.00) or higher are considered for transfer.

20. AT&T Learning Network - Alaska Resources
history, culture, demographics, utilities, schools, health care The website of theAlaska's remote Kodiak Includes tourist, business and general information, as
Alaska's Flag The blue field is for the sky and the forget-me-not, the state flower. The North Star is for the future of the state of Alaska, the most northerly of the Union. The dipper is for the Great Bear, symbolizing strength. he in cooperation with The forget-me-not,
Alaska's state flower INDEX:
State Capital in Juneau
State of Alaska Online
The official website for the State of Alaska. Includes state facts and symbols, services, departments, legislature, and news. Also includes community, business, job, and education resources.
Governor and Lt. Governor's Homepage Anchorage Daily News
The Web version of the largest daily newspaper in Alaska.
DCRA Alaska Community Database
Developed by the State Department of Community and Regional Affairs (DCRA), this website is an excellent source for information on Alaska cities and towns. A visitor to the site has the option of viewing and printing a summary report, or a detailed customized report, on the Alaska community of their choice. A summary report presents a one-page overview of the most frequently requested information. A Kodiak Brown Bear detailed report presents in-depth data for a community and can be customized to include any or all of the following types of information: location, population, taxes, climate, history, culture, demographics, utilities, schools, health care, economy, transportation, and major contacts.

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