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Work Transition Department of education PO Box Spina Bifida Association of Delaware461 Granger Anne Aghazadian, Executive Director parent Information Center
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UNITED STATES SENATORS Honorable William V. Roth, Jr. (R)
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510-0801
Honorable Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (D)
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510-0802
(202) 224-0139 (Fax)
GOVERNOR Thomas R. Carper
Tatnall Building
William Penn Street, 2nd floor
Dover, DE 19901 STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: SPECIAL EDUCATION Martha Brooks, Director Exceptional Children and Early Childhood Group Department of Education P.O. Box 1402 Dover, DE 19903 E-mail: STATE TRANSITION SYSTEMS CHANGE PROJECT Beth Siemanowski Department of Public Instruction PO Box 1402, Townsend Building Dover, DE 19903 (302) 739-2388 (fax) STATE LIASON ON EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILTIES Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities DVR, P.O. Box 9969 4425 North Market Street Wilmington, DE 19809-0969 (302) 761-8275; (302) 761-6611 (fax) STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AGENCY Michelle P. Pointer, Director Div. of Vocational Rehabilitation

82. Your Pregnancy, Parenting And Family Planning Community And Resource
delaware parent resources We could all use a little help from time to time.
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83. Region III Comprehensive Center - Focus Area - Parent And Community Involvement
parent Information and Resource Centers US Department of educationfunded parentinformation and resource delaware State PTA. Maryland State PTA.
Parent and Community Involvement Internet Resouces National Education goals for the year 2000 state that "every school will promote partnerships that will increase parental involvement and participation in promoting the social, emotional, and academic growth of children." These goals can be met through involvement on multiple levels and by multiple participants:
  • Schools can involve parents in the decision-making process educating and training them in curriculum, budget, reform and other issues; facilitating their participation in course selection and student placement; and providing parents with current information on school policies and student performance.
  • Teachers can help parents become more involved in the education of their children by integrating parent involvement activities into the curriculum and being sensitive to difficulties that may hinder their involvement.
  • Parents can construct a relationship with schools and teachers through a variety of strategies , such as personal communication with teachers (notes, phone calls, meetings), asking the teachers for regular feedback (positive as well as negative), volunteering to assist with school activities, and monitoring their child's homework.

84. Education Associations
Lab for Student Success Serving delaware, Maryland, New Jersey who believe thatthe health and education of children are National parent Information Network.
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85. Disabilities In General - National Advocacy And Information Resources
parent Programs, parents Engaged in education Reform, The Intervention parent LeadershipServices, parent/Professional Advocacy Box 721 420 delaware Street SE
National Organizations: General Disability
Access Group

222 Cherokee Street NE
Marietta, Georgia 30060
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Vietnam veterans and their families can turn to Access Group for assistive technology information and equipment.
Beach Center on Families and Disability
The University of Kansas Haworth Hall, Room 3136 1200 Sunnyside Avenue Lawrence, KS 66045-7534 toll free: voice/TTY: fax: e-mail: Beach@Dole.Lsi.Ukans.Edu web: The Beach Center provides parent training, professional and emotional support, education and training materials to assist families who have members with disabilities and to influence national policy regarding the welfare of all persons with developmental disabilities. Children's Defense Fund 25 E Street NW Washington, DC 20001 voice: toll free: fax: web: Children's Defense Fund The Children's Defense Fund exists to provide a strong and effective voice for all the children of America, who cannot vote, lobby, or speak out for themselves. They pay particular attention to the needs of poor, minority, and disabled children. Their goal is to educate the nation about the needs of children and encourage preventive investment in children before they get sick, drop out of school, suffer family breakdown, or get into trouble. CDF is a private nonprofit organization supported by foundations, corporations, and individuals. CDF never has accepted government funds. The CDF holds national conferences, distributes information, and funds advocacy efforts on the behalf of children.

86. National Coalition For Parent Involvement In Education (NCPIE): About NCPIE: Sta
education, Networking, and Training (parent) Center, John Wedemeyer, (619) 5943329, delaware, delaware Prent education Resource Center, Ann
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State Organization Name Director Phone URL/E-Mail Address Alabama Special Education Action Committee, Inc. Carol Blades Alaska Alaska Family Partnership John Regitano Arizona Arizona Parent and Educational Resource Center Glenna McCllum-Cloud Arkansas Jones Center for Families Nicholas Long Amerika Samoa Amerika Samoa Humanities Council Lui Tuitele NA California The California Parental Assistance, Resources, Education, Networking, and Training (PARENT) Center John Wedemeyer Colorado Center for Human Investment Policy Judy Kaufman Connecticut CT Parents Plus Evie Herrmann Delaware Delaware Prent Education Resource Center Ann Altemus D. C. Greater Washington Urban League Audrey Epperson Florida Florida Partnership for Family Involvement in Education Sally Wade Georgia Step by Step PIRC DeIvory Gordon

87. Alliance
Northeast Regional Center parent Information Center of delaware 700 Barksdale MidwestRegional Center Ohio Coalition for the education of Children with
Technical Assistance Alliance for Parent Centers Home Search About Us Directory ...
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What Is the Alliance? The Technical Assistance Alliance for Parent Centers (the Alliance) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, to serve as the coordinating office for the Technical Assistance to Parent Projects beginning. The Alliance is an innovative project which focuses on providing technical assistance for developing and funded Parent Training, Information Projects and Community Parent Resource Centers under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
The Alliance project:
  • provides technical assistance for establishing, developing, and coordination of parent centers
  • offers technology resources and information to lead parent centers in the new millennium
  • informs parent centers about IDEA and other laws that affect families of children with disabilities
  • builds leadership among families and advocates to help them secure services and opportunities for children and young adults with disabilities
  • works with members of the national business and media communities to gain expertise for helping families
  • collaborates with other national organizations serving families of children with disabilities
What Are Parent Centers?

88. Mathematics Archives - K12 Internet Sites
Teacher oriented sites which contain significant collections of materials which can be used in the teaching of mathematics at the K12 level. containing "Low cost resources for years 11 12". Informatics Technology for education (UNITE) efforts at Department of education. The educational resources Information Center
K-12 Teaching Materials The following are Internet sites which contain significant collections of materials which can be used in the teaching of mathematics at the K-12 level. We have organized these materials into the following categories: Lesson Plans
Columbia Education Center Mathematics Lesson Plans
The Explorer is part of the Unified Network Informatics Technology for Education (UNITE) efforts at the University of Kansas. The Explorer is part of a research and development effort to establish an on time and user friendly means of delivering a full range of information resources to educators and students. This site includes information on software, lab materials, lesson plans, video tapes, etc. for the teaching of mathematics at the k-12 grade levels. Lesson Plans for the Graphing Calculator
Lesson Plans using Geometer's Sketchpad
Math Activities for K-12 Teachers
In December, 1997, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center funded Dan Biezad, Professor of Aerospace Engineering, and Robin Ward, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, both of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, to develop materials for K-12 teachers based on aeronautical themes and NASA projects. One major goal of this project was to make the learning of mathematics more engaging and realistic for students, by using real-world applications.

89. Learning Disabilities OnLine: Finding Help: Virginia States Resources
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90. Assessment Reform Network - Homepage
These resources were created by ARN state coordinators to MotionPassed by the OhioEducation Association *Flyer Just Two Moms *Sample Letter-parent Opt-out
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These resources were created by ARN state coordinators to support their public education and advocacy efforts.

them with a free appropriate public education. These procedures include parentreferrals, teacher referrals district and by the delaware County Intermediate
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The U.S. Congress enacted the I ndividuals with D isabilities E ducation A ct (IDEA) to assure that all children with disabilities receive a free appropriate public education designed to meet their unique needs in the least restrictive environment. In accordance with this law, Rose Tree Media School District provides, without cost to parents, screenings and evaluations, appropriate programs and services to all students thought to be exceptional and in need of specially designed instruction. Types of Services Available If you believe your child may be eligible: The Process: If your child is identified as exceptional: ...
Contacts Dr. Valerie L. Burnett

Director of Pupil Services
Dr. Patricia Barta
Supervisor of Special Education
Judy Jalbert
School Psychologist for Penncrest High School and Glenwood Elementary Dr. Ken Curran School Psychologist for Springton Lake Middle School and Media Elementary Dr. Eleanor DiMarino-Linnen

92. -- Your Local Guide To Pregnancy And Parenting Resources A
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93. Should A Parent Have To Hire An Attorney To Get Help For Their Child?
Rebecca went through four parent advocates provided by The Arc The State of Delawareclaims it is protecting people claiming to be special education experts by
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A Blow Against Advocates Delaware is the first state to require parents to hire lawyers for "due process" hearings Page Two of This Feature "I was a Mom. What did I know?"
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Attorneys have become almost as much a part of the special education process as doctors and other professionals. Here are sites with information from lawyers and legal scholars.

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