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  1. Assistive technology tips, tools, and techniques : a parent resource manual (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:449606) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1999
  2. Arizona's parents speak out assessing the needs of infants and toddlers who are developmentally delayed or at risk of developing handicapping conditions ... planning project (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:323741) by Joanne C. O'Connell, 1989
  3. A Strategy for facilitating student and parent participation in the IEP process Partner Project final report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:302977) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1986
  4. Learning your rights and role in special education services (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:418524) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1995
  5. Families first final report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:416954) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1997
  6. Week-by-Week Homework for Building Reading Comprehension and Fluency, Grades 3-6: 30 Reproducible, High-Interest Passages for Kids to Read Aloud at HomeNWith Companion Activities by Mary Rose, 2002-05-01

61. Arizona CCR&R - Parent Education Program
parent education PROGRAM Child Care Resource Referral, in association with ArizonaChild Care Association, and the Family Service Agency is proud to present
http://arizonachildcare.org/parent/education.html
PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAM
If you have a particular interest, check out our links to other sites, or call us with your questions and suggestions. In Tucson, call Jenny Livermon, Training Coordinator Extraordinaire at: , or in Phoenix dial: . As always, you can reach us toll-free at REMEMBER: You are your child's first and most influential teacher. Be an informed parent! Don't be afraid to ask those hard questions!
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62. Kent State University Parent Resources
parent resources. Early Childhood Intervention Program . ArizonaDepartment of education http//www.ade.state.az.us/.
http://fpsrv.dl.kent.edu/ecis/Web/Parent Resources/ParentResource.htm
This page is under construction. Parent Resources Early Childhood Intervention Program Individualized Family Service Plan Web http://nncf.unl.edu/ifspweb/ Individual Education Program Guide http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/OSEP/Products/IEP_Guide/ ALABAMA
Alabama's Early Intervention System www.rehab.state.al.us/intervention.htm Alabama Department of Education Alabama Special Education Alabama Preschool Handbook http://www.alsde.edu/documents/65/Handbook_0-5_wDisabilitiesP.pdf ADRS Early Intervention Systems Office Locations http://www.rehab.state.al.us/ei_offices.html ALASKA Alaska Department of Education http://www.educ.state.ak.us/tls/sped/ Alaska Maternal, Child and Family Health (Early Intervention) http://www.hss.state.ak.us/dph/mcfh/SectionMCFH.htm Alaska Special Education http://www.educ.state.ak.us/tls/sped/ ARIZONA Arizona Community and Family Health Services
http://www.hs.state.az.us/cfhs/ocshcn/index.htm
Arizona Department of Education http://www.ade.state.az.us/ Arizona Preschool Unit http://www.ade.state.az.us/ess/presch/ ARKANSAS Arkansas Department of Human Services (Early Intervention Services) http://www.state.ar.us/dhs/ddds/ddsover.htmlv

63. Arizona State Resources
PTA) Sally Hollis, President arizona Congress of Rita Kenison, Child Find CoordinatorParent Information Network Student Services Department of education 1535 W
http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/az.htm
NICHCY State Resources : Arizona
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Arizona State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at nichcy@aed.org and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Honorable John McCain (R)
241 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

64. EmTech - Parent Information
and Those Who Work with parents; parent Advocacy Coalition for Advocacy for Giftedand Talented education in NY; Annie E. Casey Foundation (AEC); arizona Kids Net
http://www.emtech.net/parents2.htm
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65. Pima County Resources - Arizona's Child Abuse InfoCenter
Association has day treatment, special education, group home program, infant adoption/unwedparent, and a Program Name arizona Early Intervention Program.
http://www.ahsc.arizona.edu/ACAInfo/resources/pima_county.htm
Program Name: Phone: (520) 795-7541 or (800) 678-0648 E-mail sherry.kidd@abcs-tucson.org Description: Arizona Baptist Children's Services is a non-profit organization serving all families/children/individuals in the Southern Arizona Region. Program Name: Arizona's Children Association Phone:
Description: Arizona Children's Association has day treatment, special education, group home program, treatment foster care/older child adoption, center for family therapy, teen parent program, infant adoption/unwed parent, and a residential treatment center. Program Name: Arizona Early Intervention Program Address: 4710 E. 29th St. Bldg.6
Tucson, AZ 85711 Phone: (520) 519-1677 ext. 1150 Description: They provide services for children from birth to age three with developmental delays, or for children with diagnosed conditions that will most likely result in delay.

66. 15-1862 - Arizona Student Program Investing Resources For Education; Eligibility
In order to be eligible for the arizona student program investing resources foreducation, the applicant behalf by the applicant's parent or guardian
http://www.azleg.state.az.us/ars/15/01862.htm
Arizona student program investing resources for education; eligibility A. The Arizona student program investing resources for education is established to provide guaranteed tuition scholarships to persons who reside in this state, who attend a school selected for participation in the program pursuant to section 15-1863 and who meet specific academic standards and intend to pursue an undergraduate degree at an eligible institution of higher education. Each tuition scholarship shall not exceed a sum equal to the average total resident registration fees charged during a four-year period by the universities under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents. B. In order to be eligible for the Arizona student program investing resources for education, the applicant shall meet each of the following requirements: 1. During the year in which the applicant is attending grade three, an initial application shall be submitted on the applicant's behalf by the applicant's parent or guardian to the selection committee established pursuant to section 15-1863. 2. The applicant shall have resided in this state for at least twelve months immediately preceding the date of the initial application and shall be a resident of the United States.

67. Higher Education Center: The Parent Connection
DeJong, Director of the Higher education Center, and Linda contains useful tips forany parent of a University of arizona Campus Community parent Partnership
http://www.edc.org/hec/parents/
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69. NPIN Virtual Library. Parent Involvement In Education: A Resource For Parents, E
References. arizona Department of education (1989b). parent participationfor effective schools. Planning for parent involvement.
http://npin.org/library/pre1998/n00323/n00323.html
This article is provided courtesy of the Iowa Department of Education
Parent Involvement in Education:
A Resource for Parents, Educators, and Communities
Chapter 4
State of Iowa
Department of Education
Involving Parents in the Life of the School
The traditional role for parents in the schools is to come three or four times a year: once to open house or back-to-school night and two or three times a year to parent-teacher conferences. A middle-class "involved" parent might come more often, acting as a room parent, attending PTA meetings, or volunteering in the school. Successful parent involvement programs are those that extend these traditional roles for parents at school, and encourage all parents, not just white middle-class mothers, to become involved in many different aspects of school life.
Motivating Parents to Participate
The secret to getting parents to participate in school events isn't convincing them to do something they don't want to do, it's providing them with something they do want to do. Each individual has a different "hot button" that will motivate him or her to participate. When discussing parent involvement, we tend to spend time looking for ways to motivate communities, rather than concentrating on the motivation of individuals. In fact, parent involvement is an individual, developmental process (Arizona Department of Education, 1989b). Consider the following ideas:

70. NPIN Virtual Library. Parent Involvement In Education: A Resource For Parents, E
References. arizona Department of education. (1989). parent ParticipationFor Effective School. parentteacher Communication.
http://npin.org/library/pre1998/n00302/n00302.html
This article is provided courtesy of the Iowa Department of Education
Parent Involvement in Education:
A Resource for Parents, Educators, and Communities
Chapter 2
State of Iowa
Department of Education
Getting Parents' Point of View
In the past decade there have been major changes in the philosophy and procedures of parent involvement programs (Powell, 1989). The traditional model of parent education was based, in part, on the assumption that parents were deficient in their abilities and dependent on professionals for guidance. It has been replaced by the family support model, which is based on four fundamental principles (Kagan, 1991):
  • The importance of the early childhood years. An ecological, or systems, approach to service delivery. A developmental view of parents. A universal need for family support.
Strengths of Families
Every family functions as a home learning environment, regardless of its structure, economic level, ethnic or cultural background. Consequently, every family has the potential to support and improve the academic achievement of its children (Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1993). All families have certain strengths, which can be tapped into by schools and other groups seeking to build effective home-school partnerships. Among these are the following:

71. Bilingual Education Links
Government Offices arizona Association for Association for Bilingual EducationNABE's Indigenous Acquisition (Formerly OBEMLA) parent Involvement Bilingual
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ERIC/CLL Resource Guides Online 1998
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Many papers from this Stanford Professor Language Magazine Less Commonly Taught Languages Web Site Full Text Papers National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition (Formerly National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education) On-line Language and Culture Library Two Way (Dual Language) Immersion Links The Battle Over Bilingual Education Atlantic Monthly BEST EVIDENCE: Research Foundations of the Bilingual Education Act NCBE Report James Crawford 1997 Bilingualism and Bilingual Education: A Research Perspective NCBE FOCUS Kenji Hakuta 1990 Bilingual Education Education Week "Hot Topics 1/31/03 with good links Bilingual Education: Arguments For and (Bogus) Arguments Against Stephen Krashen 1999 Bilingual Education: A Focus on Current Research NCBE FOCUS Stephen Krashen 1991 Bilingual Education Is A Human and Civil Right A

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73. Arizona Homeschooling - A To Z Home's Cool
arizona education Code For Homeschooling AN A TO Z a school conducted primarily bythe parent, guardian or arizonahomeschool Discussions should center around
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74. Arizona Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool
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Arizona Education Code For Homeschooling This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Compulsory attendance Children who are between the ages of 6 and 16 years of age as of September 1. However, for children who have turned 6 before September 1st and who are under 8 years of age as of September 1, parents may notify the County School Superintendent (CSS) in writing that they don't wish to have their child in school at this time. After age 8, parents need to follow the Homeschooling law outlined below. Currently the Arizona Homeschooling law requires that:
  • Every child between the ages of six and sixteen years shall be provided instruction in at least the subjects of reading, grammar, mathematics, social studies and science.

75. Resource Links For Possible Funding Sources
arizona arizona Technology Access Program. National parent Network on Disabilities(NPND). Special education TechnologyBritish Columbia (SET-BC). The Arc.
http://www.tfeinc.com/links.htm
Resource Links AbleNet, Inc. Adaptivation, Inc. Ai Squared Apple Computer, Inc. ... Queue, Inc. Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc. SoftTouch/kidTECH Sunburst Communications TASH International, Inc. Tom Snyder Productions ATA RESOURCE CENTERS: California: Alliance for Technology Access Computer Access Center North Carolina: Carolina Computer Access Center Metro School STATE ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS: Alabama: Statewide Technology Access and Response Alaska: Assistive Technologies of Alaska Arizona: Arizona Technology Access Program Connecticut: Tech Act Project Delaware: Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative District of Columbia: Partnership for Assistive Technology Florida: Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST) Program Georgia: Tools for Life Idaho: Idaho Assistive Technology Project Kansas: Assistive Technology for Kansas Maryland: Maryland Technology Assistance Program Michigan: Rehabilitation Services Minnesota: Minnesota Star Program North Carolina: North Carolina Assistive Technology Project Nebraska: Nebraska Assistive Technology Project New Jersey: Technology Assistive Resource Program Ohio: TRAIN: Technology Related Assistance Information Network South Dakota: DakotaLink Texas: Texas Assistive Technlogy Partnership OTHER ORGANIZATIONS: ADAMLAB Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf ALS Association American Foundation for the Blind, Technology Center

76. Intel In Your Community- Arizona Education
The arizona Business and education Coalition includes statewide representationfrom school districts, parent groups, teachers associations
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Innovation in Education Intel's Innovation in Education outreach objectives are:
  • Improve science and math education in K-12;
  • Improve the use of technology in the classroom;
  • Broaden access to technology; and
  • Encourage women and minorities to enter technical careers. Intel strives to advance teaching and learning in the areas of science, math, engineering, technology, and to improve education through the effective use of technology in the classroom. Our contributions consist of equipment, cash, and volunteers to address education goals from kindergarten through graduate school. Check the following location where you can find more information about Intel Arizona's support for education: Volunteer Matching Grants Professional Development for Teachers Education Policy Development High School ... Scholarships For additional information about Intel Arizona's involvement in schools, e-mail the Education Program Manager , or call 480-554-4538.
  • 77. Tucson Unified School District
    parent PowerPoint Presentation. Click html. arizona Department of Educationhttp//www.ade.state.az.us/standards/. arizona
    http://instech.tusd.k12.az.us/Progress_Report_Web/ParentResources.htm
    TUSD Home Progress Report
    Parents
    TUSD Implements K-5 Standards-based Progress Report
    Ten years ago, TUSD started piloting a standards-based report card. The report card was cutting edge and designed to support the standards-based movement of the district. In 1999, when PC computers were purchased for teachers, a committee was appointed to compile information as to the effectiveness of the standards-based progress report and determine any changes that were necessary to the format before producing a PC-compatible version. This committee made recommendations resulting in the current format of the progress report. The central office administration reviewed the progress report and recommended all schools move to a standards-based progress report to align with the state standards. Many questions are asked as to why TUSD has chosen this option. The following information may shed some light of this decision.
  • Traditional Letter Grades Rubrics in the Classroom Rubrics on the Progress Report Learner Qualities
  • Parent PowerPoint Presentation
    Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation given at various sites in TUSD.

    78. Welcome To Mesa Public Schools, Mesa, AZ
    Contains a wide variety of information on districts, schools, students, and parents.Category Regional North America Localities M Mesa education......Adult education Programs Departments resources Governing Board Mesa to Mesa Schoolsparent Tech parent University Special education Infant Brain
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    79. Journal Of American Indian Education-Arizona State University
    formed chapter in the creation of an economic base independent of tribal resources. Theparent and child are partners in education, each reinforcing
    http://jaie.asu.edu/v7/V7S3comm.html
    Journal of American Indian Education
    Volume 7 Number 3
    May 1968
    COMMUNITY AND SCHOOL SERVICE by Henry Dahlberg, Assistant Director for Community Services R OUGH ROCK is unique as it has the only true community school serving the American Indian. The school is different because it belongs to the people in a way that few other American schools do. Local autonomy is realized in fact, not word, as the community makes decisions regarding the direction of the curriculum, the focus of the community development program, or the salaries of staff members. The effect of this right to make meaningful decisions has been profound in this community. The people of Rough Rock have begun to speak out for the first time since the pervasive wave of governmental control and paternalism swept over the reservation just 100 years ago. The people are regaining a sense of dignity and self-respect which stirs under the epithets "wards" and "beneficiaries." The people grow restive under the bureaucracy of the reservation agencies which have grown "labyrinthine in structure and glacial in dispatch." The school, and particularly the Community Services division, offers an avenue for the constructive use of this demand for greater responsibility and involvement in decision-making. Although all administrative units of the school operate under the community school philosophy, Community Services is the principal vehicle for realizing those programs which affect the community at large. The Community Services staff is responsive to the wishes of the School Board and also suggests programs for the BoardÂ’s modification and approval. These programs lie in all areas of community and human resources development. Some are short-range, economic projects such as purchasing hay and coal for sale, at cost, to the local residents during the periods of isolation which follow severe storms, or, as happened this spring, selling lamb-starter milk when an unusual number of lambs were dying. Other programs are far more complex for they deal with the major problems of that isolated communitypoverty, unemployment and lack of education.

    80. Assessment Reform Network - Homepage
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