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1. Colorado Office Of Resource And Referral Agencies, Inc. Home Page
A private nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing child care in colorado. Provides comprehensive Category Home Family Childcare Resources and Referral...... Fund on line 34 of your state income tax form helps colorado's kids get CORRA's KudosCorner Kudos to The Mayor's Office for education Children (Denver) and
Resources For: Families Providers Community/Employers Be sure to try the IS Keyword search too! Site Search Site Search Help Home About CORRA Contact Us Site Map Find Child Care Nurse Consultant Medication Administration Training T.E.A.C.H. Scholarships Classes/Trainings/ Workshops Recent Reports Tax Check Off Information Station Job Board Literacy Corner Public Policy/Legislation How Can I Help? Govt/Agency Links Grants CORRA Reports Note: This site uses Adobe. Click on the Adobe link to download the viewer and for instructions on installation. Find FREE ONLINE Child Care Referrals For the state of Colorado Parents' Guide to Choosing and Utilizing Child Care Checkoff for Child Care! Your tax-deductible contribution to the Child Care Improvement Fund on line 34 of your state income tax form helps Colorado's kids get ready to succeed in school. Even $10 can improve our kids' learning. Please donate when doing your taxes. It's a simple way to give. Staff Recommends Connected to the Future: A Report on Children's Internet Use Kids and computers: For many children, logging onto the internet is becoming as common as picking up the phone. This intriguing report from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting analyzes the dramatic gains among disadvantaged children who use computers as well as the disparities between internet "haves" and "have-nots". Recommended by Stacy Buchanan Mark Your Calendars!

2. Summit Foundation
A public foundation which funds other Summit County colorado nonprofit agencies providing programs and services in art, culture, health, human services, education, environment, and sports.

3. SHEEO Agencies
SHEEO agencies. Dr. David A. Longanecker, Executive Director Western Interstate Commissionfor Higher education PO Box 9752 Boulder, colorado 803019752 (303
SHEEO Agencies
State Higher Education Agency Contact Information * * Quick Links to SHEEO Agency Websites * *
(C) = coordinating board
(G) = governing board Jump to: A-D F-K L-M N-O ... V-Regions ALABAMA
Dr. Michael Malone, Executive Director (C)
Commission on Higher Education
P.O. Box 302000
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2000
Fax: 242-0270
Diane Barrans, Executive Director (C) Alaska Postsecondary Education Commission 3030 Vintage Boulevard Juneau, Alaska 99801-7109 Fax: 465-3293 Dr. Mark Hamilton, President (G) University of Alaska System 202 Butrovich Building Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5560 Fax: 474-6342 ARIZONA Dr. Linda J. Blessing, Executive Director (G)

4. State & Regional Higher Ed Links
SHEEO Homepage SHEEO agencies Contact Us Sitemap Search. State Quick Facts ForMembers. colorado Commission on Higher education Community Colleges of

NATIONAL LINKS Jump to: A-D F-K L-M N-O ... V-Regional
Alabama Alabama College System
Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Alaska Alaska Postsecondary Education Commission
University of Alaska System
Arizona Arizona Board of Regents
Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education
Arkansas Arkansas Department of Higher Education
Student Loan Guarantee Foundation of Arkansas
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

California Postsecondary Education Commission

California Student Aid Commission
Colorado Commission on Higher Education
Community Colleges of Colorado Colorado Student Loan Program Connecticut Connecticut Community Colleges Connecticut Department of Higher Education Connecticut Student Loan Foundation Delaware Delaware Higher Education Commission Delaware Technical and Community Colleges Florida Florida Board of Education Florida Community College System Florida Council for Education Policy Research and Improvement Office of Student Financial Assistance Georgia University System of Georgia Georgia Student Finance Commission Hawaii Office of the Chancellor for Community Colleges University of Hawaii Idaho Idaho State Board of Education Illinois

5. Links To State Education Agencies
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California colorado Connecticut Delaware FloridaGeorgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana









6. Partnership For Colorado - Health Agencies Of Colorado Information line, education, speakers bureau 6031 Special OlympicsColorado 303592-1361 www denotes designated Enterprise Zone nonprofit agencies.
1777 S. Bellaire, Suite 341
Denver, CO 80222
Mission is to increase awareness and support for member agencies working to improve the health and well-being of Coloradoans through research, education and patient services. Agencies

Since 1987, providing current treatment information, comprehensive education and emotional support for people living with HIV/AIDS including their families, loved ones and caregivers 6030 ALS Association, Rocky Mtn. Chapter

Provides information on ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), local resources, physician referrals, home visits, support groups, assistance to obtain augmenting communication devices and durable medical equipment. 6001 Alzheimer’s Association, Rocky Mtn. Chapter

Provides patient and family support to those affected by Alzheimer’s. Educates the public, families and healthcare professionals caring for or interacting with people with Alzheimer’s. 6002 AMC Cancer Research Center *

7. Partnership For Colorado - Black United Fund Of Colorado
agencies. performances and programs for students, artists and audiences worldwidefostering appreciation, access, and education. 8006 colorado Flyers, Inc.
3542 York St.
Denver, CO 80205
Provides support to non-profit organizations and programs in areas of economic development, education, health and human services, arts, culture, social justice and emergency needs. Agencies 8002 African American Leadership Institute (AALI)

Provides educational assistance to multi-cultural individuals through referral services and partnerships with other community based organizations.
8022 Bennie E. Goodwin Educational Foundation
Provides skills building in reading and math for youth grades 3-8. Promotes family literacy through parental involvement; and develops collaborative partnerships with community organizations.
8017 Bill Picket Memorial Scholarship Fund

Supports education and benefits youth by providing scholarships to black high school and college students involved in pursuing careers in Rodeo or Animal Science.
The museum preserves, collects and exhibits historical images, artifacts, and memorabilia of black men and women who helped settle and develop the great American West. Black Transplants Action Committee

8. State Education Agencies
State education agencies. colorado Department of education 201 East Colfax AvenueDenver, CO education Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401A Connecticut Ave., NW
Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI
State Education Agencies
In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about:
  • academic programs
  • accreditation requirements
  • adult education
  • bilingual education
  • charter schools
  • curriculum
  • demographic data
  • dropout rates
  • E-rate
  • education directories
  • education grants
  • education legislation
  • education reform
  • education technology
  • funding and financial data
  • governmental relations
  • home instruction
  • items in the news
  • job opportunities
  • parental involvement
  • personnel
  • publications
  • school laws
  • school lists
  • school to work/career
  • special education
  • standards development
  • state boards of education
  • state educational resources
  • state teacher certification
  • student performance
  • student services
  • vocational education
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories
Alabama Department of Education
Gordon Persons Office Building
50 North Ripley Street
P.O. Box 302102
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
FAX: (334) 242-9708

9. Colorado Parent Information & Resource Center
Tax, Child care/early education, Child Welfare The colorado Parent Information andResource Center organizations and six community agencies representing urban
Colorado Parent Information and Resource Center
Center for Human Investment Policy
1445 Market St., Suite 350
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 820-5624
Fax: (303) 820-5656
Please take a minute and give us some feedback CPIRC is a project of The Center for Human Investment Policy (CHIP ), a public policy think tank located at the Graduate School of Public Affairs University of Colorado at Denver . CHIP's mission is to assist educational, human services and health organizations develop policies, programs and systems of care aimed at improving outcomes for children and families.
It's flying off the shelf!! The ABC Book of Educational Terms - A Plain Language Guide for Parents
Updates New This Week from Colorado Welfare Reform:
Colorado 2003 Legislative Calendar: Track Proceedings

2003 Senate Index

2003 House Index
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10. Colinks
government and the education, rehabilitation, and colorado FamilyResource membership oncludes families, agencies, individuals, institutions
Welcome Who We are Partners Tip Sheets ... Parent Involvement Research CPIRC is a project of The Center for Human Investment Policy (CHIP ), a public policy think tank located at the Graduate School of Public Affairs University of Colorado at Denver . CHIP's mission is to assist educational, human services and health organizations develop policies, programs and systems of care aimed at improving outcomes for children and families.
Colorado Links
Act Against Violence Campaign - KRMA/TV

the Bell Policy Center

Bright Beginnings
Children's Information Center, Colorado HealthNe
Children's Museum of Denver

Colorado Children's Campaign

Colorado Unlimbited Children

CO Dep't of Education
Jewish Family Service

Invest in Kids National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Parent Leadership Program PEAK The Piton Foundation ...
National Links
Colorado Links
  • Many organizations seek to strengthen and support the state's families as they promote high academic achievement by their children. These efforts are coordinated by the Colorado Family Literacy Consortium.

11. Agencies In Colorado Getting Tobacco Sponsorship
GASP of colorado education Library. Here is a list of colorado agencies that receivedsponsorship from colorado AIDS Project ( 14) Address PO Box 18529 701 E
GASP of Colorado Education Library
Agencies in Colorado Getting Tobacco Sponsorship
Here is a list of Colorado Agencies that received sponsorship from the tobacco industry from 1995-1999.
Provided by Dr. Michael Siegel.
Colorado AIDS Project (#14)
Address: P.O. Box 18529
701 E. Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80218
Phone: (303) 837-1501
Fax: (303) 837-0388
Sponsor: Philip Morris Companies, Inc. ($10,000)
Year of Sponsorship: 1999
The Colorado AIDS Project, established in 1983, is the largest non-profit, community-based HIV and AIDS service and education agency in Colorado. It was a 1999 recipient of a Philip Morris Positive Helpings program grant of $10,000 to provide food bank service that addresses the nutritional needs related to HIV/AIDS drug therapy to 65 additional clients.
Project Angel Heart (#38)
Address: 915 E. 9th Ave.

12. Colorado Tobacco Education And Prevention Resource Directory
Rocky Mountain Center for Health Promotion and education (RMC) provides programsto schools and other youth serving agencies in colorado and throughout the
GASP of Colorado Education Library
Colorado Tobacco Education and Prevention Resource Directory
This is a directory to Colorado resources for tobacco education and prevention -
American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society: Provides information on the cancer-related effects of smoking and smokeless tobacco. Provides facilitator training for Fresh Start Plus smoking cessation program. Provides educational curricula for teachers and students grades K-6 and cessation programs. Local offices established in Longmont, Colorado Springs, Durango (La Plata County), Grand Junction, and Pueblo. State and local offices in Denver: 303-758-2030. State office in Denver: 303-758-2030.
American Heart Association
American Heart Association: Has educational information about smoking; its effects on heart disease and stroke, quitting smoking, and youth addiction. Can provide speakers and school displays to teach kids about smoking and its effects on the body. Local offices established in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Greeley (Northeast area), Pueblo (Southeast area), and Grand Junction (Western slope). State office in Denver: 303-369-5433 or toll free 888-302-8390.

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at McREL's training facilities in Aurora, colorado. schools, districts, and localeducation agencies join forces continent Research for education and Learning
At McREL, we believe that meeting the needs of America's educators and their students is paramount. Our staff of highly respected educators and researchers focuses on providing the highest quality, field-tested, research-based products and services available in PreK-16 education today. Located in Aurora, Colorado, McREL is a nationally recognized, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving education for all through applied research, product development, and service. Our longtime clients and customers expect and receive products and services that are meaningful, affordable, and on target. Our Work McREL is making a difference in education by delivering the best in
  • field-based research and product development, workshops and training, technical assistance and consulting, evaluation and policy studies, information resources, and community education and public outreach.
Field-based Research and Product Development Our research and development work provides teachers and administrators with valuable information about proven, effective approaches to the challenges in education today. By building on research to solve specific problems, McREL develops widely acclaimed PreK-16 educational products that are used in classrooms nationally and internationally to help educators maximize student learning. Download the

McREL ERC serves the states of colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska services tonational, regional, state and local education agencies, organizations, and
Home Resources National Colorado Kansas Missouri ... Wyoming Products

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McREL Mid-continent Eisenhower Regional Consortium for Mathematics and Science
(McREL ERC) was established in 1992 by the National Eisenhower Program for Mathematics and Science Education as one of ten regional consortia across the United States. McREL ERC serves the states of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Staff members of McREL ERC excel in aligning curriculum and assessment with standards, improving learning and instruction, and facilitating strategic planning. They provide technical assistance professional development , and information services to national, regional, state and local education agencies, organizations, and associations in both the public and private sectors. The mission of McREL ERC is to promote and support systemic reform in mathematics and science education in its seven-state region. To facilitate change, McREL ERC collaborates with state departments of education, post-secondary institutions, National Science Foundation-funded initiatives, school districts, and other state and federal agencies. McREL ERC is guided by a 35 member Advisory Committee representing various client groups from its seven-state region.

Denver Metro agencies. 9 to 5 Working Women education Fund colorado;303-866-0925; http//; We work to improve the workplace
Denver Metro Agencies
  • 9 to 5 Working Women Education Fund - Colorado
  • We work to improve the workplace for women and strengthen the ability of low-wage working women to win economic justice and rights on the job.
  • A.L.I.E. Foundation
  • We promote children's safety through lectures on child abduction awareness and prevention and assist law enforcement agencies in locating missing children.
  • Adam's Camp
  • We provide intensive, personalized, and integrated therapeutic programs in a camp setting for children with special needs and their families.
  • The Adoption Exchange
  • We help make the connection between children who have been abused and neglected (Wednesday's Child) and are waiting to be adopted with prospective adoptive parents.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation of Colorado
  • We defend civil liberties in Colorado, educate the public and provide free legal representation for individuals whose constitutional rights have been violated.
  • American Friends Service Committee

16. About Us
with hundreds of institutions and state higher education agencies on management Hepreviously worked in Boulder, colorado for PTI Environmental Services and

About Us Contact Us
More information about us: Staff Mission and Vision Advisory List Staff Patrick J. Kelly - Director of the Information Center Patrick Kelly is a Senior Associate at the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) and serves as Director of the National Information Center for Higher Education Policymaking and Analysis. Before joining NCHEMS in February 2002, Patrick worked for six years at the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. His most recent position at the council was Senior Associate for Information and Research. He worked with higher education leaders to design performance indicators to measure progress toward postsecondary education reform in Kentucky, conducted research studies for statewide higher education policy initiatives, and coordinated the analysis and reporting of data and information in support of many other council projects. Prior to working at the council, Patrick was a Research Associate at the National Center for Family Literacy in Louisville, Kentucky. Patrick is working on his Ph.D. in Urban and Public Affairs at the University of Louisville where he also earned a Master's degree in Sociology. His undergraduate studies were completed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His areas of specialization and interest include research and statistical methodology, policy analysis, and program evaluation.

17. Colorado Gerontological Society Homepage
as well as surveyed agencies throughout the Senior Answers and Services and ColoradoGerontological Society profit organizations dedicated to education and the
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Managed Care
Medicare Research and Education Related Links The Medicine Program a non-profit site for free prescription medication. Social Security Demographics Veterans Affairs Publications: Benefits for Seniors Senior Resource Guidebook Managed ... News Membership Directory Educational Programs Colorado Gerontological Society and Senior Answers and Services Medicare Monday Follow-up Medicare Monday Report Calendar Senior Events ... For Health Insurance Life Source Services, Inc. Help, Fun, and Answers at Salute to Seniors May 21 by Eileen Doherty, Executive Director Senior Answers and Service and the Colorado Gerontological Society Seniors and their families are often confused about where to go for help. The maze of services that are available to seniors and the businesses that want to sell to seniors will be cast among an aurora of fun and answers at the 14th Annual Salute to Seniors on May 21 at the Colorado Convention Center. Sponsored by the Colorado Gerontological Society, the popular Salute to Seniors will feature Krispy Kreme doughnuts, coffee samples and other goodies for seniors and their families to sample as they visit. The Denver Commission on Aging is hosting this great event with visits from elected officials and other notables.

18. About Learn & Serve America :: Tribal Grantees
About Learn Serve State education agencies. IowaDepartment of education Mr. Joseph P. Herrity Grimes
:: State Education Agencies
Grantees are listed alphabetically by state. Last updated on November 12, 2002.
Alabama State Department of Education
Ms. Tammy H. Starnes
P.O. Box 302101
50 North Ripley Street, Room 5348 (36104)
Montgomery , AL 36130
Phone: (334) 242-8199
Fax: (334) 242-0496

Alaska Department of Education Ms. Kattaryna Stiles Alaska State Community Service Commission 619 Ship Creek Avenue Anchorage , AK 99501 Phone: (907) 269-4674 Fax: (907) 269-4520 Arizona Department of Education Ms. Jan Brite 1535 West Jefferson Avenue Bin #60 Phoenix , AZ 85007 Phone: (602) 542-4365 Fax: (602) 364-3045 Arkansas Department of Education Ms. Karen Ghidotti #4 Capitol Mall - Room #402A Little Rock , AR 72201

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20. Colorado Federation Of Public Employees
Represents colorado state and municipal public sector workers. CFPE is affiliated with the American Category Regional North America...... Our message is clear working families in colorado want their unions to the firstreport on layoffs in state agencies, other than higher education, today
Wednesday, March 26, 2003 JBC Reverses Action on Furloughs
Today, the Joint Budget Committee decided to NOT move forward with their proposal to furlough state employees for three days in order to capture savings for the current fiscal year ending June 2003.
Their change of heart came as they realized the magnitude of the complications associated with furloughs, particularly given the short timeframe in which they were to be implemented.
Instead of the 3 day furloughs for state employees, the JBC shifted the costs to be distributed among the state education fund (Amendment 23), the reserve, and higher education institutions.
Although this cost shifting is not necessarily good news either, we believe the JBC's reversal on furloughs was appropriate, given all of the factors. The letter to JBC from Jo Romero, CFPE President is posted to the CFPE website at (See link in previous post).
The five days' furlough for Judical employees in 2003-04, however, is still in the works and we'll have to see what occurs between now and the end of the session on May 7th. We are hearing that they may call a Special Session if they are not finished balancing the 2003-04 budget by May 7th.
Please take a moment to call or send a message to the members of the JBC. You may reach them through our website at (Contact Your Elected Leaders). The members are:

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