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  1. Alternatives of school finance and taxation in Arizona by Gerald J Swanson, 1979
  2. Auto conversion boosts alternative-fuel use; Arizona: East Valley Vocational High School District.(STATE WINNERS): An article from: School Administrator
  3. Get An Education (The Arizona Chronicles) by Dorothy Prater Niemi, 2010-05-05
  4. Climate change action in Arizona.: An article from: UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy by Steve Owens, 2009-12-22
  5. Technology education tackles energy crisis: in a unique career and technical education program in Mesa, Arizona, students are learning about new energy ... of Technology): An article from: Techniques by Sandy Cutshall, Lynn Strang, 2002-11-01
  6. Commitment: Alternative approaches to the teaching of responsibility in school and society by James John Jelinek, 1982
  7. Accountability, management and programs for better education, alternatives?: Welcoming address by W. P Shofstall, 1973
  8. Hualapai judicial reform: Developing alternative dispute resolution : a report to the Hualapai Tribe (Project report series / Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development) by Lawrence O'Brien, 1997
  9. Seated Massage by Utah College of Massage Therapy, 2004
  10. Alternative state funding allocation methods for local school districts to serve "at-risk" students (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:334329) by K. Forbis Jordon, 1990

61. Arizona Education Association
funding for public schools, community colleges an investment in quality educationin arizona. Employee Compensation; alternative Compensation; Employee Benefits;
Legislative Platform 2002-2003 AEA Legislative Program
Definition of Tier Structure Tier I
Positions, resolutions and principles of major importance to AEA which AEA will have introduced as legislation and make every effort to pass. Tier II Legislation introduced by others which supports or is adverse to AEA positions, resolutions and principles, and which AEA will actively work to pass or defeat accordingly. Tier III Legislation relating to public education or school employees which is monitored. Activity is undertaken to support or oppose when necessary to meet AEA goals.
Purpose and Philosophy The Arizona Education Association (AEA) works to fulfill the promise of a democratic society by promoting the cause of quality public education, advancing the education profession, expanding the rights and furthering the interests of education employees, and advocating human, civil, and economic rights for all. The AEA Delegate Assembly, through the adoption of the Legislative Program, sets a broad agenda for state legislative policy action reflecting the educational and social concerns of our members. The Legislative Program provides the basis for legislative and policy initiatives that support and facilitate the accomplishment of our strategic objectives in pursuit of AEA's Mission, Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education. The AEA believes that the most important investment this nation can make is in its children. Our schools are the central public institution for the development of this precious human resource. Every decision that affects our communities, our schools, our children, and school employee's lives is a political decision that rests in the hands of elected officials.

62. White Hat Management - News Room
under a new 15year contract awarded by the arizona State Board parents and studentsa high-quality, tuition-free alternative to traditional public schools.
Alternative, community-based charter school enables students to complete high school
and earn a full high school diploma while fulfilling their family and work obligations
PHOENIX, Arizona – September 9, 2002 – Life Skills Center of Arizona, Inc. today announced the opening of a new alternative charter high school in Phoenix. The new tuition-free school is now enrolling students, and classes are scheduled to start October 1. The Life Skills Center is located at 8123 North 35th Avenue in Phoenix. The phone number is 602-242-6400. The Life Skills Center of Arizona, Inc. was created under a new 15-year contract awarded by the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools. The non-profit Life Skills Center Board has selected White Hat Management, LLC, one of the nation’s premier education management organizations, to operate the school. White Hat has extensive experience managing schools that offer communities, parents and students a high-quality, tuition-free alternative to traditional public schools. “We are very excited about the opening of the Life Skills Center in Arizona because the people of this state clearly recognize the value of public school choice,” said Mark Thimmig, CEO and president of White Hat Ventures LLC, parent company of the privately operated White Hat Management, LLC. “Life Skills is a unique, proven program reaching hundreds of at-risk students each year. Upon graduation, Life Skills Center graduates possess not only a state-recognized high school diploma, but also valuable work experience, life skills and the motivation to pursue their dreams.”

63. Break Away: The Alternative Break Connection®
for the alternative Break Citizenship schools, Break Away's of the Organizing analternative Break manual. Scott College, Decatur, GA arizona State University
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investment. The Break Away Chapter Program An investment in the sustainable future of your
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of young people working for change
The Chapter Program will establish a strong relationship between Break Away and your program based on mutual accountability and investment on each other's behalf. Chapters develop break programs that include the eight components of a quality alternative break program: direct service, orientation, education, training, reflection, re-orientation, diversity, and alcohol and other drug free. Break Away works closely with each Chapter throughout the year to develop and implement these components. In fact, Break Away Program Directors are available for individual consultation regarding any and all special needs that your school might have.
We invite your campus to become a Break Away Chapter!
Chapter Benefits
  • Exclusive use of the Break Away Name and Logo Sample Materials and Ongoing Consultation - Contact Break Away to access sample application forms, press releases, timelines, checklists and evaluation forms. In addition, Program Directors may be consulted about issues that challenge your alternative break program.

64. Arizona CALL-A-TEEN
The arizona CALLA-TEEN initiative consists of two separate program...... school at the end of the year, 30% were attending alternative schools and 6
Past PEPNet Awardee Arizona CALL-A-TEEN
649 North 6th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Contact: Bernice Lever, Chief Executive Office
Tel: (602) 252-6721
Fax: (602) 252-2952

The mission of Arizona CALL-A-TEEN Youth Resources is to provide at-risk teens and young adults with comprehensive training and education programs that contribute to the development of long-term economic self-sufficiency. The intent of each CALL-A-TEEN program is to provide a secure and respectful environment that will allow for the development and mastery of educational and work-related skills and the development of citizenship and personal skills that contribute to the commitment to lifelong learning. Community Setting/Population Served
CALL-A-TEEN participants are enrolled from throughout the greater metropolitan Phoenix area. During the 1994-95 school year 34% of the participants were enrolled but not attending school at the end of the year, 30% were attending alternative schools and 6% entered school as over-aged freshmen. Over half of the students enrolled in programs are between the ages of 16 and 18. The programs serve almost equal numbers of male and female participants. Staff
Chief Executive Officer
School Principal/Director of Operations Director of Training and Program Design Center of Excellence Charter High School (CoE) Certified Teachers Employment and Training Specialist Registrar Teacher Aides

65. The Heartland Institute
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Guests remember The Wigwam for its unique blend of southwestern charm and elegance. Amidst rows of colorful flowers, lush lawns and towering palms, you'll find a quaint village setting of 331 adobe-style casitas providing quiet and privacy for every guest. Guests will also appreciate the comfortable layout of the resort and close proximity of guest casitas to meeting facilities. The Wigwam also features 70 luxury suites and two Presidential Suites. Beautifully appointed, the suites range up to three bedrooms, feature parlors for entertaining, oversized tiled bathrooms, fully-stocked mini bar and wet bar. Some suites offer stone fireplaces.
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Our state-of-the-art teaching facility at adjacent Palm Valley Golf Course includes a championship golf course, an executive 18, par 3 short course and our own private range, chipping, bunker and putting areas. The Arthur Hills championship golf course is one of the most acclaimed in the "Valley of the Sun". This excellent layout presents a stiff challenge for accomplished players, yet is flexible enough for novices to enjoy. The Hale Irwin course was created by golf legend Hale Irwin to provide players with a high quality alternative to the golf experience provided by the club's Arthur Hill course.

70. NaturalHealers - Massage Therapy Schools, Chiropractic Schools, Acupuncture Scho
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    72. EPAA Vol. 7 No. 1 Cobb & Glass: Ethnic Segregation In Arizona Charter Schools
    Furnishes the results of studies of charter schools throughout arizona and their ethnic composition.
    This article has been retrieved times since January 14, 1999
    Education Policy Analysis Archives
    Volume 7 Number 1
    January 14, 1999
    ISSN 1068-2341
    A peer-reviewed scholarly electronic journal
    Editor: Gene V Glass, College of Education
    Permission is hereby granted to copy any article
    if EPAA is credited and copies are not sold. Articles appearing in EPAA are abstracted in the Current Index to Journals in Education by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation and are permanently archived in Resources in Education
    Ethnic Segregation in Arizona Charter Schools
    Casey D. Cobb
    University of New Hampshire
    Gene V Glass
    Arizona State University
    [The editorial review and decisions on this article were the
    responsibility of Anthony G. Rud Jr. of the Editorial Board Abstract
    Among the criticisms of charter schools is their potential to further stratify schools along ethnic and class lines. This study addressed whether Arizona charter schools are more ethnically segregated than traditional public schools. In 1996-97, Arizona had nearly one in four of all charter schools in the United States. The analysis involved a series of comparisons between the ethnic compositions of adjacent charter and public schools in Arizona's most populated region and its rural towns. This methodology differed from the approach of many evaluations of charter schools and ethnic stratification in that it incorporated the use of geographic maps to compare schools' ethnic make-ups. The ethnic compositions of 55 urban and 57 rural charter schools were inspected relative to their traditional public school neighbors.

    73. Flowing Wells District Schools
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    YEAR OPENED : 1990
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    PRINCIPAL : Ms. Lynette Patton
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    Tucson, Arizona 85705 PHONE: (520)690-5657/690-5658 FAX : (520)690-2405 YEAR OPENED: 2000 ENROLLMENT: 100 DIRECTOR: Mrs. Susan Olson-Shinn e-mail school Hendricks Elementary 3400 West Orange Grove Road Tucson, Arizona 85741 PHONE: (520)690-5601 FAX : (520)690-5612 YEAR OPENED: 1996 ENROLLMENT: 625 PRINCIPAL: Dr. Deborah Schreiner e-mail school Flowing Wells High School 3725 North Flowing Wells Road Tucson, Arizona 85705 PHONE: (520)690-2399 FAX : (520)690-2379 YEAR OPENED: 1953 ENROLLMENT: 1705 PRINCIPAL: Dr. Karyn Blair e-mail school Homer Davis Elementary 4250 North Romero Road Tucson, AZ 85705

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    75. Alternative Schools | NW Education
    a job opening at Meridian Academy alternative high school was in Scottsdale, an affluentArizona suburb where and TV, but from big, traditional high schools.
    MERIDIAN, Idaho— When science teacher Larry Ford got the phone call about a job opening at Meridian Academy alternative high school, "right away the red flags went up," he recalls. He pictured "kids with chains, motorcycles, Hell's Angels." The Hollywood-inspired images of knife-wielding hoodlums troubled the bookish teacher, whose last job was in Scottsdale, an affluent Arizona suburb where "Mama is a brain surgeon, Daddy's a corporate lawyer" and Junior is headed to Stanford or Harvard. "I am not streetwise," Ford confesses, recalling the trepidation he felt at confronting a classroom full of at-risk students. "I thought, 'Those kids'll eat me up.'" A single day at the academy vanquished Ford's misconceptions. The students he found at Meridian were familiar to him—not from movies and TV, but from big, traditional high schools. They are the "church-mouse quiet" kids who sit at the rear of packed classrooms, unnoticed. Sometimes they sleep at their desk. Often they're absent. They fall farther and farther behind while their teachers, unaware of their troubles, are "going 100 miles an hour" through the mandated curriculum. "I was looking at those little faces," Ford says, "and I recognized them immediately. I thought, 'I know you. You're the kids that weren't getting the attention.' All of a sudden, I realized these were good kids—these were good kids. It was the exact opposite of that image I had in my mind."

    76. Republicans Find Vouchers Alternative -- The Washington Times
    May 28, 2002 Republicans find vouchers alternative By Amy send their children to privateschools if they existing state tax systems in arizona and Pennsylvania

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    May 28, 2002 Republicans find vouchers alternative
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         House Republican leaders have halted efforts to get private-school vouchers and instead plan to move an education tax-credit proposal they say will increase investment in both public and private schools and allow more parents to send their children to private schools if they choose. Top Stories Profiling ban draws concern
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    77. Educational Placement
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    78. Education Entrepreneurs And Industry Organizations And Resources
    It opened its first charter school in 1996 and now operates four charter schoolsin arizona serving 385 students who need an alternative school setting with a
    Making Schools Work Better for All Children
    THE CHARTER MARKETPLACE: WHERE SUPPLY MEETS DEMAND: Connecting service and equipment vendors with the nation's charter schools, at the 2002 National Charter School Conference. List of vendors , Inc. is an education industry research and information services firm. The Company's extensive web-based resources are designed to help education businesses develop strategy, raise capital and acquire talent. also provides education industry investors with up-to-date news and analysis on industry mergers and acquisitions, investments, venture funding, alliances and IPOs. Many of the Company's research and information services are available free of charge. In-depth research, targeted industry analysis, and custom advisory services are available via subscription. has recently purchased the highly regarded Education Industry Group, LLC, which was founded in 1992 by John M. McLaughlin to connect the business, investment and education communities.

    79. AERO 1989-2001 Highlights
    in the USA, promoting AERO, alternative education and Magazine with the Changing Schoolssection becomes virtual staff members in England, arizona, Vermont and
    Without government assistance for housing or education, Kee Way Win Indian Chief, Geordi Kakeptum, turns to AERO to help establish a school on their Sandy Lake reserve in Ontario. AERO secures funds, supplies, and clothing, and helps the tribe organize their own school which includes the teaching of tribal traditions from the elders.
    AERO’s Alternative Education Teacher Training program is proposed to alternative universities and organizations.
    AERO founder, Jerry Mintz, introduces "Organic Curriculum," a highly effective, learner-directed approach to curriculum development and experiential learning that is fully individualized. AERO founder, Jerry Mintz is invited by the Creative Teachers Union as a keynote speaker to the first New Schools Festival in the Soviet Union, on the democratization of education. It is just just a week before the coup. This opens the door of communication between educational alternatives in the East and West.
    AERO’s Alternative Education Teacher Training seminar is held in Russia, sponsored by Eureka Free University—Russia’s first private University.
    In Jerusalem, Executive Director, Jerry Mintz chairs the symposium on "Democratization of Schools: Types and Ways" at the International Conference on Education for Democracy in a Multi-Cultural Society. After this conference he is on of the founders of the International Democratic Education Conference, which has its first meeting at the Democratic School of Hadera.

    80. Spotlight On School Vouchers From Free-Market.Net: The Freedom Network
    choice and education reform charter schools, education vouchers or some other educationalalternative none of us for the discussion of arizona's tuition tax

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    you are here: Free-Market.Net Spotlight The prospects for school vouchers The prospects for school vouchers In a much-discussed ruling, the Supreme Court said that the First Amendment is in no way threatened just because some parents may use school vouchers to send their kids to institutions with a religious bent. School choice advocates immediately and justifiably claimed victory. "This was the Super Bowl for school choice and the kids won," said Clint Bolick, vice president for the Institute for Justice, which represents low-income parents from Cleveland receiving scholarships from the program at the heart of the case. But while the court may have cleared away a major roadblock to the use of vouchers by families that want to escape inadequate government schools, it didn't order school districts to adopt them that battle will be waged at the state and local level. And many advocates of educational choice buck the popular assessment that they won big by voicing fear that vouchers, if improperly implemented, might actually limit the options available to families. Among the hurdles to be overcome by voucher advocates are the so-called "Blaine amendments" to many state constitutions that were adopted in a late 19th and early 20th century anti-immigrant frenzy. The amendments were intended to prohibit public aid to the Catholic schools then serving the children of new arrivals.

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