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  1. A way out. (Editorial).(Arkansas education plan): An article from: Arkansas Business
  2. Love that Gov. (Editor's Note).(Arkansas education): An article from: Arkansas Business by Gwen Moritz, 2003-01-20
  3. Propaganda time. (Editor's Note).(education in Arkansas): An article from: Arkansas Business by Gwen Moritz, 2003-07-14
  4. Fight fair. (Editor's Note).(Arkansas state education system)(Editorial): An article from: Arkansas Business by Gwen Moritz, 2003-03-03
  5. Huckabee unveils new education plan.(Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee): An article from: Arkansas Business by Lance Turner, 2003-10-13
  6. What's next, a new state name?(Commentary)(The state Department of Education ): An article from: Arkansas Business by Michael B. Dougan, 2007-08-06
  7. Backing education. (Editorial).(Gov. Mike Huckabee's compromise education program finds support)(Editorial): An article from: Arkansas Business
  8. Tobacco money, taxes, roads top 1999 legislative agenda.(Arkansas): An article from: Arkansas Business by John Hofheimer, 1998-12-28
  9. Keep the focus. (Publisher's Note).(Editorial): An article from: Arkansas Business by Jeff Hankins, 2003-02-24
  10. Teachers Up, Schools Down.(Column): An article from: Arkansas Business
  11. 'Big Brother' battles Web cheating.: An article from: Arkansas Business by Jamie Walden, 2008-09-01
  12. Lessons learned while implementing a legislated school policy: body mass index assessments among Arkansas's public school students.(School Health Policy)(Report): ... An article from: Journal of School Health by Michelle B. Justus, Kevin W. Ryan, et all 2007-12-01
  13. Education, tort reform top issues before legislators. (Legislative Preview).: An article from: Arkansas Business
  14. Big dollars.(Editor's Note)(Arkansas' educational system): An article from: Arkansas Business by Gwen Moritz, 2003-09-08

61. Education | AGFC Reports, Surveys, Regulations, Permits
Regulations, Surveys, Reports Navigate:
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62. School Of Architecture
The regulations governing the certification of teachers in Arkansasare issued by the State Board of education. The degree of Master
College of Education and Health Professions
Charles E. Stegman, Ph.D
University of Missouri, Kansas City Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies, and Faculty Development:
M. Reed Greenwood, Ed.D.
University of Arkansas Associate Dean for Student Services and Undergraduate Studies:
Annette D. Digby, Ed.D.
University of Alabama World Wide Web
Dean of the College
325 Graduate Education Building
Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies, and Faculty Development
301 Graduate Education Building Associate Dean for Student Services and Undergraduate Studies 11 Peabody Hall Professional Education, Certification, Placement 11 Peabody Hall Honors Program 308Y HPER Building Rehabilitation, Research, and Training Center 320 West Avenue Annex Sylvia Hack Boyer Center for Advising 11 Peabody Hall Academic Regulations Admission to the College of Education Graduate Studies Honors Program ... Vocational Education MISSION OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS Mission Statement The mission of the College of Education and Health Professions is to enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Arkansas, the nation, and the world through the development of scholar-practitioners in education, health, and human services.

63. State Laws And Regulations
are scrambling to reform their education system, the a perspective on homeschooling,laws, and regulations.
The HEM staff has been considering pulling these listings. The main reason is that as homeschooling becomes more widely accepted, and as states are scrambling to reform their education system, the situation becomes more complex. This makes overviews, listings and rankings less valid. We have, however, decided to keep these listings in place because they carry, at a minimum, a link to your state government. Additionally we hope reading cited code and at least one homeschooler's interpretation will help start to demystify legislation and encourage you to investigate further. When talking to new homeschoolers we often hear concerns about the law. Is homeschooling legal? Who do I have to notify? What do I have to teach? While the legalities are a concern that should not be ignored, neither should our response be automatic and not thought out carefully.
There is no single source, no one true homeschooling authority. We all own the responsibility to think through laws and regulations on homeschooling. Of course you'll find those who disagree - an entire industry has grown up around the fact that there are differences of opinion on homeschooling's legal matters. What we offer here are overviews of laws and regulations compiled by knowledgeable homeschoolers. These files are not legal advice nor the final word on the subject. They are simply a starting point. To maintain our freedom to homeschool we will each need to go far beyond any convenient compilation or synopsis. We need to continue to do our own learning, lead our own research, and decide on our own actions.

64. The Center For Education Reform: New Jersey's Charter Law
Term of Initial Charter. 4 years. Operations. Automatic Waiver fromMost State and District education Laws, regulations, and Policies.
Making Schools Work Better for All Children
Charter School Legislation:
Profile of New Jersey's Charter School Law
Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page New Jersey (1996; amended in 2000) The 17 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed Unlimited Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities State commissioner of education Eligible Applicants Teachers and/or parents in district; college/university or private entity in conjunction with teachers/parents Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts (but not home-based schools) Appeals Process Applications denied may be appealed to the state board of education Formal Evidence of Local Support Required 51% of teachers and 51% of parents must support for conversions Recipient of Charter Charter school governing body Term of Initial Charter 4 years Operations Automatic Waiver from Most State and District Education Laws, Regulations, and Policies

65. Education And The Law
on Higher education Goverance Final Report (June 1996); Maine Department of educationregulations; Massachusetts education Reform Act; McLean v. arkansas Bd
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66. Arkansas Hunting And Fishing Seasons And Regulations - Fishing Reports, Maps, An
Select Your State. Most Current Bag and Creel Limits, Seasons, and regulations Here. EducationPrograms.
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67. Arkansas State Board Of Physical Therapy
According to the arkansas Physical Therapy Practice Act, physical therapists must Aform titled Continuing education Units must be completed and submitted to
Continuing Education
(Please select a file below to view and print). Continuing Education Procedures I. Continuing Education Requirements:
  • CEU = continuing education unit. One unit is defined as 10 contact hours of an accredited course or program. A contact hour is equal to actual time in a seminar or workshop. Program content must be of clinical application, clinical management, behavioral science, or science.
    CEUs are required to be submitted only with odd-numbered year renewals. CEUs should be acquired beginning January 1, 2001 and ending December 31, 2002 to be credited for 2003 renewals.

68. Arkansas Regulations
Regulatory Requirements Back to state listings Arkansas Fraud Warning
Section 23-66-503 (a) Claim forms, proofs of loss, or any similar documents, however designated, seeking payment or benefit pursuant to an insurance policy, and applications for insurance, regardless of the form of transmission, shall contain the following statement or a substantially similar statement: Any person who knowingly presents a false or fraudulent claim for payment for a loss or benefit or knowingly presents false information in an application for insurance is guilty of a crime and may be subject to fines and confinement in prison. (b) The lack of a statement as required in subsection (a) of this section does not constitute a defense in any prosecution for a fraudulent insurance act. (c) Policies issued by unauthorized insurers shall contain a statement disclosing the status of the insurer to do business in the state where the policy is delivered or issued for delivery or the state where coverage is in force. (d) All persons to whom this section applies shall have six (6) months from the effective date of this section to comply with the requirements thereof.

69. Education Law -
Decisions at II. education Statutes regulations Title 20, US Code- education; Title 34, CFR - education. State education Statutes MegaLaw SERVE ... Submit a Link Official Case Law:
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70. Areas/constitutional Law/codes And Regulations Feature
arkansas Intellectual Property Law; arkansas Law; Attorney Labor Law; Codes and Regulationson Cyberspace Connecticut Law; Continuing Legal education; Contract Law;

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71. Arkansas: State Resources
arkansas State Resources for Educating Linguistically CulturallyDiverse Students arkansas Department of education. State Law

72. History
The arkansas General Assembly passed Act 349 of 1985 name of the coops to EducationService Cooperatives contains the current rules and regulations that govern
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... Directions to COOP Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative Historical Narrative The educational Service Cooperatives in Arkansas originated with the passage of act 360 in 1981 as the result of work that was done in 1979-80 by Dr. Don Roberts, Dr. Jerry, Perrin, and Dr. Noble Gividen. Dr. Noble Gividen was an important leader in this movement as he moved to Arkansas from New York and apparently brought the “education coop concept” with him from New York. The Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative has been in existence for approximately twenty years and was one of the first two coops that were initially established in 1981 by Act 360. The Southwest Educational Service Cooperative was also formed at this time. No funding was provided. Funding in the amount of $200,000 was provided by the state in 1983 for the original two coops and three additional new coops. The new coops that were formed at this time were the following: Howard A. Dawson at Arkadelphia, North Central Arkansas at Melbourne, and Western Arkansas at Branch. Three additional coops were also formed in 1981 through funding from the Department of Higher Education: Ozarks Unlimited Resources at Harrison, Arch Ford at Conway, and Northeast Arkansas at Jonesboro. The Arkansas General Assembly passed Act 349 of 1985, which changed the name of the coops to Education Service Cooperatives and provided authorization for up to 15 centers to be funded at $200,000. Act 349 contains the current rules and regulations that govern the current fifteen Arkansas Service Cooperatives.

73. 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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National State Policy Database (NSPD)
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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74. Events & Registrations
the year, often uses outstanding education facilities such in the University of ArkansasSchool of on environmental, health, and safety regulations and issues
  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through Arkansas Environmental Academy
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Credit
  • Wastewater Operations Licensing Credit
  • Public Drinking Water Credit
  • National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) Designations
  • Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit (pending approval of each program)
  • Solid Waste Licensing Credit from State of Arkansas
  • Professional Engineer Development Hours (PDH)
  • Certification Maintenance Points from the Institute of
    Hazardous Materials Manag ement
About 70 exhibitors participate in the AEF's Annual Convention and Trade Show, held each year in October. Exhibitors take advantage of networking with more than 500 people who attend the convention, the majority of them representing manufacturing facilities in Arkansas.
The Annual Golf Tournament held during the AEF's convention each fall raises money to support the many Public Education Programs. The four-person scramble is a huge success that typically draws about 100 participants.
The Arkansas Environmental Federation, which conducts workshops and seminars throughout the year, often uses outstanding education facilities such as the Herschel Friday Courtroom in the University of Arkansas School of Law at Little Rock. Information is presented by professionals in the private sector, as well as regulators, and subject matter focuses on environmental, health, and safety regulations and issues faced daily in Arkansas industries and businesses.

75. About AEF
Founded in 1967, the arkansas Environmental Federation is a 501c(3) nonprofit educationassociation with environmental, safety, and health regulations on a
Staff Members Randy Thurman Amy Wilson Cheryl Taylor Founded in 1967, the Arkansas Environmental Federation is a 501c(3) non-profit education association with more than 400 members, the vast majority of them businesses and industries that deal with environmental, safety, and health regulations on a day-to-day basis. The AEF focuses on practical, common-sense laws and regulations based on sound science; a teamwork approach to compliance; and waste minimization and pollution prevention. The AEF enables information to be exchanged on a daily basis between its members, government regulators, and policy makers.
The staff of the Arkansas Environmental Federation brings together 20 years of experience working with the association and its membership. Randy Thurman is Executive Director, Amy Wilson is Communication Director, and Cheryl Taylor is Office Manager.
Randy Thurman
Amy L. Wilson
is Communication Director. She began her career with the AEF as Communication/Education Coordinator in 1992. Her responsibilities include coordinating media relations, recruiting new members, writing and editing publications, planning meetings, maintaining the AEF's website, and assisting the Executive Director with day-to-day operations such as monitoring regulations and legislation. Prior to joining the AEF, she worked as a journalist for about seven years at several newspapers, including the Arkansas Gazette, the Arkansas Democrat, and the Northwest Arkansas Times

76. Science Education Safety
of safety standards and room design can be found beginning on page 43 of the ArkansasDepartment of education's Rule and regulations Minimum Schoolhouse
Science Education Safety
A "Laboratory Safety Guide for Arkansas K-12 Schools" has been developed by the ASTA for it's members. One copy of the guide was send to all school administers, April of 1999. Free copies are available to ASTA members at any ASTA meeting or conference. A PDF file of the guide is available on the Arkansas Department of Education's web site,
"Science and Safety, Making the Connection" is a recently published national guide to science safety in the classroom. To read or print the files you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. The guide was published by Council of State Science Supervisors (CSSS) with support from the American Chemical Society, the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the National Institutes of Health. You may print and distribute the booklet to teachers and other educators.
Science and Safety, Making the Connection

77. KinderStart - Legal And Financial : Family Law : Special Needs Issues : State La
Add/View Comments (0) Rate this Site; arkansas Special Needs Rules and RegulationsGoverning Special education and Related Services in the state of arkansas.
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78. Arkansas Special Education Law Workshop
April 16 17, 2003, Little Rock Holiday Inn Airport, Little Rock, arkansas. Aninservice to provide school administrators, special education teachers and
REED MARTIN, J.D. Chat Room I Phone Consults Manuals Shopping Cart Free Articles I Message Board I Workshops I Audiotapes I CD'S I Videotapes email REED'S MANUALS Advanced Advocacy Strategies ... - Using Your School's And State's Violations of Section 504 And The ADA To Get Your Child The Program They Need Under IDEA, Section 504 or The ADA Are You Ready To Play Hardball? ARE YOU REALLY READY TO ASK FOR A DUE PROCESS HEARING? Getting Your Child with Autism What They Are Entitled to Under Federal Laws Getting Control of the IEP Process - How to Use over 100 Changes the law to get what your child deserves ... ADD/ADHD Learning Disabilities Dyslexia Court Cases Down Syndrome Autism/Asperger's IEP Section 504/ADA FERPA Evaluation Behavior/Discipline Transition Complaint Resources Access to Records ... CD' S: VIDEO TAPES: Rights of Parents of Students With Disabilities To Access Their Children's Educational Records And The Duties Of Their School District (order here) Rights of Parents of Students With Disabilities To Access Their Children's Educational Records And The Duties Of Their School District ... ONLINE SHOPPING CART
Arkcase Spring Conference Date Change Due to Bad Weather!

79. HSU
Transfer students must meet those requirements set by the arkansas Department ofEducation, subject to college regulations as stated in the regulations and

General Education ...
Bachelor of Science in Education

(or Education Track BA/BS)
Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Fine Art
... HONORS COLLEGE i Bachelor of Science in Education
(or Education Track BA/BS) I. Requirements for B.S.E. Candidates (or Education Track BA/BS) A candidate for the Bachelor of Science in Education degree is required to complete the University requirements for general education. Transfer students must meet those requirements set by the Arkansas Department of Education, subject to college regulations as stated in the "Regulations and Procedures" section of this Catalog. Instruction in conservation is provided in both biological science and in the general education program of Henderson State University. College courses in U.S. History, American Government, Special Education, and General Psychology are required. Additional courses required for majors in elementary education include Geography, Public School Art, Public School Music, Children's Literature, and courses

80. US Charter Schools Website
it in 1999, and 2001 after the State Board of education advocated for a Links toArkansas state law July 2000 Rules and regulations Governing Charter


Arkansas Charter School Information
State Profile Info Last Updated: 03-12-2003
Brief Overview:
Arkansas passed charter legislation in 1995, with revisions in 1999 and 2001. There are currently 4 charter schools in operation with 4 more approved. Arkansas statute allows for the creation of 3 types of charter schools:
1) Conversion charter schools are operated by existing public school districts and are open to any student eligible to attend school in the district;
2) Open-enrollment charter schools may be operated by 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, governmental entities, and colleges/universities; and
3) Limited charter schools may be created by a public school district for the purpose of implementing alternative comprehensive staffing and compensation programs.
Schools: Profiles of selected  Arkansas Charter Schools  created by the schools themselves. Participants: List of all the  Arkansas Participants  registered on this site or one of the Web Community sites. Key Contacts: Arkansas Department of Education

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