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  1. Discovery of a population of Cyclonaias tuberculata (Rafinesque), the Purple Wartyback Mussel (Bivalvia: Unionidae), in the Olentangy River, Delaware County, ... An article from: The Ohio Journal of Science by Michael J. Bolton, 2008-06-01
  2. Diamonds in the rough: preparing the special needs student for entry-level employment.: An article from: Techniques by Eileen Tamasovich, 2002-04-01
  3. State testing standards under federal review.: An article from: District Administration by Angela Pascopella, 2006-05-01

81. Delaware Bankers Association
to build a better delaware, go to The Regulatory Subcommittee reviews new regulationsand makes The education Subcommittee reviews and recommends compliance
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ABOUT US The Delaware Bankers Association is a not-for-profit private trade association that represents dues and tax paying financial institution members at the State and Federal levels. It is comprised of national and state chartered banks, non-depository trust companies and savings banks which may or may not be headquartered or incorporated in the State of Delaware, but have assets in and/or are authorized to accept deposits in the State. The DBA offers a wide variety of member services including educational programs preferred provider companies , communications, and is a sponsor of a variety of business and social events . Furthermore, the DBA serves as he industry's government relations liaison on the State and federal levels monitoring legislation that affects the banking and financial services industries MEMBERSHIP Membership in the Delaware Bankers Association is open to all Delaware State and federally chartered tax paying financial institutions and to vendors serving the banking industry.

82. Dayton Daily News
delaware. Is the state authorized, Yes. by the US EPA to. issue NPDES. permits?Date of the most, 1999. recent major revision. to state megafarm. regulations

83. Higher Education On EPA Region 3 Check List
Higher education institutions are must comply with EPA's worst case scenario regulations. DelawareState and Norfolk State universities, both historically information/Region 3 enforcement/
Higher Education on EPA Region 3 Check List
PHILADELPHIA - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in partnership with state environmental agencies, is alerting colleges and universities throughout the mid-Atlantic states about their responsibility to comply with environmental laws and regulations. "The agency also is planning inspections to ensure protection of the environment, and the health of students and others living on or near campuses," says Samantha Fairchild, director of the Office of Enforcement, Compliance and Environmental Justice in EPA's Philadelphia regional office. "Higher education institutions are as much a part of our regulated community as are business, industry and government facilities. They must comply with all state and federal environmental laws. If they don't, they are subject to enforcement penalties." Ms. Fairchild cites a number of environmental problems at colleges and universities that include improperly handling and disposing of hazardous waste materials; boilers and furnaces that are not in compliance with clean air regulations; inadequate monitoring of underground storage tanks; sewage treatment facilities that are not operating properly; and improper abatement of lead-based paint and asbestos. Other potential areas of violation are chemistry laboratories; waste paints and varnishes from art classes; medical and veterinary schools; power plants; landfills; and farms where pesticides and animal waste can contaminate ground water and streams.

84. Delaware Pesticide Rules And Regulations (April 7, 2000) -- Proposed Amendments
and Federal laws and regulations; and recordkeeping of hours attending approved educationcourses, seminars following his original certification in delaware.
Maintained by the law firm of and the scientific and regulatory consultants at ChemReg Int'l with News, Information and Resources on Conventional, Biological and Antimicrobial Pesticides Main Menu Discussion Forums Job Bank Calendar Court Cases Data Compensation Data Submitters List Enforcement Cases Enforcement Policies Federal Register Guidance and Policy International Issues Label Review Manual Labeling Documents Laws and Legislation Misc. Articles News Briefs PR Notices Press Releases Regulations Full-Text Search About ChemReg Intl. Workshops Contact Us Frequently Asked Questions Reputable Consultants Questions or Comments PESTICIDE.NET Editor's Note: The comment period on these changes ends April 30, 2000.
Proposed Amendments
April 7, 2000 SECTION 1 GENERAL 1.01 Scope These regulations establish general operating rules and procedures for the enforcement of the Delaware Pesticide Law, including but not limited to the certification of users of restricted and general use pesticides. 1.02 Authority

85. Delaware - H.R.6
General Assembly of the State of delaware, with the existing State laws, rules andregulations governing public to the House and Senate education and Judiciary
Delaware - H.R. 6 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 140th GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6 ESTABLISHING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDING SAFETY AND STUDENT SAFETY TASK FORCE TO REVIEW AND MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING PHYSICAL SAFETY OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN DELAWARE SCHOOLS. WHEREAS, the recent incident in Columbine High School has brought an awareness that our school buildings and student safety practices may need review; and WHEREAS, extensive changes have occurred in our communities and neighborhoods over the last 20 to 30 years, including significant residential and business growth, massive development of rural areas, expansion of public services, expansion of school buildings; and increased use of school buses for transportation; and WHEREAS, the education system has also experienced significant changes over the last 20 to 30 years, including consolidation of school districts, implementation of School Choice and Charter Schools, alternative and other specialized education programs and the use of portable and non-traditional school buildings; and WHEREAS, technology has also impacted the safety of buildings, school buses and students through the use of two-way radios, cellular phones, and computers; and

86. Waste Management In Indian Country - Delaware Nation Of Western Oklahoma
As part of its illegal dumping prevention outreach and education efforts, the DelawareNation actively encourages tribal members to participate in cleanup
Waste Management in Indian Country Recent Additions Contact Us Print Version Search: EPA Home Wastes Regions/States/Tribes Waste Management in Indian Country ... Related Links
Delaware Nation of Western Oklahoma
The Delaware Nation of Western Oklahoma, located 65 miles southwest of Oklahoma City in the rolling hills of Caddo County, faces two unique challenges in addressing its illegal dumping problems. The first challenge is jurisdictional issues that arise from the complex nature of the tribe's landownership. The second challenge is overcoming the lack of waste collection and disposal options available to tribal members. These two barriers create enforcement and cleanup problems for the Delaware nation, but have not stopped the tribe from making progress in addressing illegal dumping issues. Unlike most tribes, the Delaware Nation's reservation is not a contiguous tract of land. Rather, the tribe jointly holds a patchwork of approximately 2,300 acres of federal "trust" land with the Caddo and Wichita Tribes. This land is referred to as WCD land. Because the Delaware's lands are dispersed in a checkerboard pattern with county lands, resolution of solid waste problems is often impeded by jurisdictional issues. For example, when illegal dump sites span across both county property and tribal land, neither the tribe nor the county can act individually to clean up the site. Cleaning up such sites requires a cooperative effort. Likewise, trash washing down a stream from county land onto WCD property, or vice versa, creates further problems.

87. Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana Chamber Of Commerce
The Munciedelaware County Chamber of Commerce and Vision 2006 economic development anExisting Business, contact us for the advice, education and resources
SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE WELCOME! Thank you for visiting the Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana Small Business Assistance site!
The Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and Vision 2006 economic development program are dedicated to helping small businesses throughout our county achieve their goals of growth, expansion, innovation, increased productivity and success. If you’re involved in an Indiana-based Start Up , you should be able to find all the information you need right here to start your new venture. Or, if you’re growing an Existing Business , contact us for the advice, education and resources you need to:
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88. Special Education Federal Laws
VOCATIONAL education PROGRAMS GUIDELINES FOR ELIMINATING DISCRIMINATION AND DENIALOF States will be monitored in 20002001 Connecticut; delaware; District of
OnLine Shopping Cart Home Page Articles Special Education Chat Room ... List of Publications Special Education Legal Rights Strategies and Resources Reed Martin, J.D. Federal Laws and Special Education Federal Statutes Affecting Special Education Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Fact Sheet
State Education Websites ...
Letter to Zirkel
A nationally recognized authority on special education law in general, and Section 504 in particular, wrote the federal Office for Civil Rights for an interpretation. 1991 U. S. Department of Education Memo Addressing ADD Special Education Consumer Survey
U. S. Office of Special Education Programs HOW TO FILE A DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT WITH THE OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS Office for Civil Rights Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Agrees With Our Analysis of Student's Rights Under Supreme Court Decisions in"Gebser" and "Davis" Reese v. Jefferson Sch. Dist. ...
Statewide Assessments and Students with Disabilities:
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Deaf Students Education Services
Policy Guidance
Agency: Department of Education.

89. Welcome To The Vermont Department Of Education Web Site!
Offers an information clearinghouse of educational matters in the state. Link to studies, institutes and surveys.
Frequently "Asked For" Information: - No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) - Discrimination Complaints - VT Framework of Standards - Special Education Regulations - DOE Directories - Employment Opportunities What's NEW on the Web Site?
Working under the authority of the State Board of Education, the VTDOE is committed to helping students, educators, and public schools meet Vermont’s high standards. The site provides information about the VTDOE’s programs, services, and initiatives to all who are interested in Vermont’s education community. Some general links of interest: Adult Diploma Adult Education Adult Occupation Training Discrimination Complaints Driver Education Family Literacy HIV/AIDS Prevention Substance Abuse Prevention Vermont Teen Leadership Safety Program Veterans Affairs Some general links of interest: Action Planning Assessments Data Collection Discrimination Complaints Educational Technology Framework of Standards Health Education Resource Centers (HERCs) High School Renewal and Innovation Leadership Development No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) Professional Development Professional Standards School Improvement Special Education Standards Into Action Title I
Some general links of interest: Action Planning Assessments (Testing) Discrimination Complaints Early Childhood Education Educational Support Systems Family Literacy Home Study Parental Rights in Special Education Safe Schools Special Education Find out about recent changes and additions to this Web site Navigation Education Department ...
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90. Main Page
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