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  1. Staff development for adult basic and literacy education providers in Delaware County by Patricia Reitz Gaul, 1993

1. Delaware Education Research & Development Center
The University of delaware education Research and development Center has been established to provide the state with a development and inquiry capacity in support of efforts to reform educational policy and practice. In addition, the following staff are members of the delaware education Research development Center

2. Delaware County Business Resource Center: Business Education, Development, Tax A
delaware County Business Resource Center for Entrepreneurs. Business education developement consultation on business plans and development. Tax information, job info employers and employees A Friendly Knowledgeable staff. Small Business education Programs. Business Plan development Program. Business Plan
The file below contains all job openings listed with the New York State Department of Labor in ALL 62 New York Counties. Download this instead of separate areas. It will not fit on a floppy.
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Success Stories Here Click above or type keyword(s) to begin search: The Business Resource Center was designed to support entrepreneurs and business owners at every stage of their business growth and development. This initiative combines the efforts of community leaders, business people, business agencies and volunteers to provide a network of business support. The Center combines a variety of counseling, educational and informational elements that lead to effective business planning. Our goal is to cater to each individual with professionalism and confidentiality, while promoting, encouraging and guiding individuals in their journey to business success. Most of our programs are free of charge. Our network of supporters and special programs allow us to deliver quality business development resources at no cost. Our electronic network connects our services to rural areas for accessibility to business planning information. Resources We Offer
  • A Friendly Knowledgeable Staff Small Business Education Programs Business Plan Development Program Business Plan Consultation Services Business Support Counseling Confidential Setting Available Office Services Computer Lab with Internet Resource Library (Small Business Specific) Startup Package
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3. Delaware Education Research And Development Center
delaware's SSI, Project 21, is the development arm of New Directions for math andscience education. specialists from the Project 21 staff also serve on the

4. Delaware Education Research Development Center School-Based
Shared Decision Making in delaware education (SDM) refers educators and boards ofeducation to parent be accompanied by a robust staff development program to

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6. Education Development, Faculty And Staff, People, University Of Delaware, Delawa
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  • 7. Adult Education Staff Development Consortia
    Adult education staff development Consortia (SDC) Broome, Chenango, Otsego, delaware, Tioga. Cortland. Mohawk Valley Adult Educators Partnership
    Adult Education Staff Development Consortia (SDC) 2001- 2002 Directory List updated : January 2002 NYC Professional Development Consortium Director Peter Kondrat Address 32 Broadway th floor, New York, NY Work Phone Fax Email Address WEB site Counties Served Bronx, Manhattan, Kings, Queens, Richmond Hudson Valley/Catskill Partnership Director Kate Hymes Address 6 Wierk Avenue, Liberty, NY Work Phone Fax Email Address WEB site Counties Served Ulster, Sullivan, Orange, Rockland, Westchester, Capital North Adult Educators Professional Development Consortium Director Tanya Wilkins Address Univ. Albany, 1400 Washington Ave., EB Room 337, Albany, NY Work Phone Fax Email Address WEB site Counties Served Albany, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Greene, Long Island Staff Development Consortium Director Martin Murphy Address 75 East Walnut Street, Long Beach

    8. Education Development, Faculty And Staff, People, University Of Delaware, Delawa
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  • 9. Delaware Education Research And Development Center1995 Public Poll On The Condit
    education, and Public Policy (CHEP) College Council. of the. University of delaware. 2000 Faculty and staff Survey public service/professional development programs (48%) and

    10. Personnel
    with key focuses on planning, staff development, hardware and completing his MBAat the University of delaware. in 1998 DEBORA ADAM education Consultant, The
    • Bill McGlumphy, Ed.D. Ted Ammann, MCPS Lisa Alfaro, M.Ed. Debora Adam, M.Ed. (The Lightspan Partnership, Inc.) Karen DeRossi (The Lighgtspan Partnership, Inc.) Susan Poland Giancola, M.M. (The University of Delaware)
    Administrative Assistant, The Capital School District Dr. William P. McGlumphy has sixteen years of highly successful classroom experience at the middle/high school level and two years of experience in correctional education. Bill has spent the last ten years as a secondary and district level administrator in the Seaford and Capital School Districts respectively. As the Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent in Capital, Bill has co-authored the successful Department of Education Challenge Technology grant, "Capital School District/State of Delaware Interactive Educational Television Consortium." During the past two years, he has served as project director for the district/state initiative, developed and managed additional grant funding programs in the district, and presented at national and state technology conferences. Dr. McGlumphy received his Doctorate from the University of Delaware in Educational Administration. He holds an undergraduate degree in secondary education from California State University (PA.) and a Master's Degree from Salisbury State University in Maryland. He also has taken course work in special education at Delaware State University and educational policy analysis at the University of Maryland.

    11. Delaware Tech And CCID 2002 Staff Development
    19941995 Undergraduate Catalog Faculty and Professional staff College of education delaware education Research and development Center PAUL G. LeMAHIEU, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh), Director and Associate Professor, educational Studies.
    2002 CCID Professional Development is bound for Turkey and Greece HomePage Itinerary Meet your guide Optional Tour ... Trip Inquiry Form
    While in Turkey you'll visit a community college A typical Turkish classroom
    A four-day optional extended program now under development will allow participants to experience Greece and Greek life in more detail.
    As with other CCID Professional Development Programs, the maximum number of participants is 42 people. Once the official announcement is made, participants will be selected based on availability of seats and the minimum deposit.
    The cost for this Professional Development Program is $3,400 per person. This fee will cover round trip air transportation from Philadelphia International Airport, transfers, four to five star hotel accomodations, and numerous meals.
    Need more info?
    Email Tony Digenakis or
    call him 302-739-3732
    Fax your completed application to
    This web site
    will be updated continuously with new information.

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    CUTSD), the Commonwealth staff development Fund (CSDF) and the Professional Association;Higher education Research and University of delaware; Samford University
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    13. Our Partners -- Eastern LINCS
    Representative Agency delaware State Literacy Resource Center Adult Community YorkState education Department Adult education, staff development and Distance
    Eastern LINCS Partners Connecticut Bureau of Career and Adult Education
    Connecticut State Department of Education
    25 Industrial Park Road
    Middletown, CT 06457-1543
    Roberta Pawloski, Bureau Chief
    Representative Agency
    Capitol Region Education Council
    Adult Training and Development Network

    111 Charter Oak Avenue
    Hartford, CT 06106 Delaware Delaware Department of Education
    Adult Education and Workforce Development
    P. O. Box 1402 J. G. Townsend Building Dover, DE 19903 Fran Tracy-Mumford, Ph.D., Adult Education Director Representative Agency Delaware State Literacy Resource Center Adult Community Education Network P.O. Box 639 Dover, DE 19903 Beth Cady, ACE Network Director
    District of Columbia
    State Education Agency Adult Education University of the District of Columbia 4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW

    14. Professional Development -Pacific Resources For Education And Learning (PREL) Wo
    development, University of delaware and delaware Department of teachers and librarians,professional development staff, teacher education faculty and

    Educational Technology


    Professional Development

    School Reform

    Resources Below are some key resource websites related to Professional Development. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
    The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is an international, nonprofit, nonpartisan association of professional educators whose jobs cross all grade levels and subject areas. ASCD offers a variety of training opportunities for teachers which include face-to-face conferences, institutes, and academies and also PD online. California Professional Development Consortia (PDC)
    Professional Development Consortia are one of three components in the California Professional system, designed to be a comprehensive staff development initiative to ensure that districts and schools have high-quality professional development programs. Also included are links to other local and national professional development sites. Designing Effective Professional Development: Lessons from the Eisenhower Professional Development Program
    This 1999 report describes program operations and the quality of Eisenhower activities across the country. It also provides data on the self-reported effects of teachers' experiences in the Eisenhower Professional Development Program, which is the federal government's largest investment focused solely on developing the knowledge and skills of classroom teachers.

    15. Professional Staff Development Series Established
    Making the University of delaware Classification System Instructors Helfman, humanresources, education and public policy up to 14 professional staff members.
    Vol. 17, No. 2 Sept. 11, 1997
    Professional staff development series established
    A new training program for professional staff begins this fall with a series of courses that will provide additional opportunities for advanced career exploration. Entitled "Understanding the University of Delaware: A Professional Staff Development Series," the workshops are designed for professionals who want to increase their knowledge of the University, enhance skills in their current positions and think strategically about future aspirations. This program is coordinated by Liane Sorenson, women's affairs and Career Development Program for Professional Staff, and the series will be led by Audrey Helfman, College of Human Resources, Education and Public Policy. "For years, professional staff who have used the Career Resource Center or who have attended one of the lunch-time career development workshops have asked for a more advanced career development program," Sorenson said. "Audrey Helfman and I worked with a group of professional staff from across campus to develop and implement a pilot for such a career development program last spring. As a result of the enthusiastic response to the pilot program, we are pleased to offer the new series for the first time this semester." According to Sorenson, feedback from the first group of participants was very positive. Many learned more about the operation of the University and their own personal interests.

    16. Press Releases
    Learning Network (eLNet), has been selected by delaware's Department of education(DOE) to deliver its distance learning staff development program to all
    Compass Knowledge's eLNet
    Selected by Delaware Department of Education
    Ocoee, FL, August 12, 2002 - E-learning solutions provider and distance learning leader, Compass Knowledge Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: CKNO) announces that its education subsidiary, the Educators' Learning Network (eLNet), has been selected by Delaware's Department of Education (DOE) to deliver its distance learning staff development program to all public school leaders and district administrators throughout the State. DOE has signed a three year agreement with eLNet to receive its Requisites of a Leader program, which is delivered via the Internet and satellite broadcasts. This statewide initiative constitutes the beginning of what state officials believe will be a systemic move toward leveraging technology for the purposes of staff development. "State education departments across the US are under tremendous pressure to improve their student's success rates," commented Rogers W. Kirven, Jr., CEO of the eLNet. "With the diversity in school districts, even within a state, we feel the flexibility and effectiveness of our program made us the best choice for our new Delaware network members."

    17. Hinojosa
    University of delaware, delaware education Research development Center, 1997 GraduateSchool of education, 199495 for regional teacher staff development, Hub 4
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    cognitive scientists, educational researchers, computer scientists, human-computer interaction specialists, and experts in network telecommunications. The Center also draws on staff from many specialties across SRI, including research engineers and scientists. Leadership
    Roy Pea
    Barbara Means
    Associate Directors
    Marie Bienkowski
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    Mark Schlager
    John Brecht
    Mark Chung
    Valerie Crawford Chris DiGiano ... Dan Zalles Administration Rhandy Pacpaco Joanne Hawkins Past and Present Fumiko Allen Rich Connamacher Richard Godard Judy Larson Loki Jorgenson Noyuri Mima Hulda Nystrom Sally Seebold Jakob Sikken Seth Tager Interns Past and Present Mike Broom Wei Cao Chris Eldredge Hunter Gehlbach Courtney Glazer Kalee Gregory Vicki Hand Angela Haydel Will Haynes Fauzi Hamadeh Nancy Kendal Deborah Kim Iram Mizra Alex Osipovich Anders Rosenquist Jason Townsend Marissa Treinen Josh Sheldon Tom Hinojosa Science Education Specialist education experiences publications/ papers presentations CTL Based Research Projects Thomas Hinojosa is a Science Education Specialist for assessment and curriculum development. A former classroom teacher with credentials in biology, physical science, earth science, and math, and experience teaching in grade levels 9-16. Undergraduate

    18. AGI Education Staff
    public schools and at the University of delaware. At AGI Matt manages the educationstaff and programs This includes the development, testing, and commercial

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    American Geological Institute
    Education Department
    4220 King Street
    Alexandria, VA 22302-1502 USA Mike Smith Director of Education
    EMail: Phone Fax
    Mike joined the AGI staff in February 1998. Mike has worked as an exploration geologist with Shell Oil Company and has taught Earth science and geoscience in private and public schools and at the University of Delaware. Mike served as Principal Investigator of the EarthComm and Investigating Earth Systems curriculum projects, and is currently directing AGI's teacher enhancement programs, minority participation program, annual conference for developers of NSF-funded K-12 mathematics curricula and dissemination centers, and Project CUES, a new middle school earth systems curriculum project being developed through funding from the National Science Foundation. Mike earned a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Pittsburgh, an M.A. in Geology from Rice University (Houston, TX), and a B.A. in Geology from the College of Wooster (Wooster, OH). Matt Smith Education Programs Manager

    19. Financial Data
    Property Tax Relief and education and Tax by the state of delaware through the ourinvestments in accountability, staff development, discipline, extended day
    Red Clay Consolidated School District
    Financial Data To help our District realize all of its educational goals, Red Clay is committed to being fiscally responsible and focused on ensuring that resources reach our classrooms.
    The financial overview that follows presents:
    • Tax rate comparison from the last tax year to the current tax year Fiscal year 2001 expenditures by category Fiscal year 2002 revenue sources Fiscal year 2002 budgeted expenditures Six-year expenditure comparison
    For a second consecutive year, a tax rebate was authorized by the Board of Education for all residential taxpayers of $0.082/$100 of assessed value as allowed under the Education Expense and Property Tax Relief Fund. The District demonstrated additional fiscal responsibility by granting senior citizens a school tax rebate over and above the general tax rebate of 50 percent of their school taxes or $500, whichever is the lesser. This was made possible under the elderly Property Tax Relief and Education and Tax Expense Fund.
    During the past fiscal year, the District's favorable "bottom line" allowed us to relieve some of the overcrowding by acquiring the Brandywine Springs Elementary School for kindergarten through grade five. We were able to use some of the funds in our carryover balance to pay 40 percent of the $10.6 million acquisition and renovation costs. The remainder of the funding was supplied by the state of Delaware through the efforts of local legislators. The District intends to "pay itself back" by selling off unused properties.

    20. - Children's Help In Learning Development
    Sponsored by the delaware Parent education Resource by the US Department of educationunder Grant no development Support Services staff development (Speaker and
    Children's Help In Learning Development
    Your Child, Parent and Learning Assistance Website Providing vital information for the purpose of benefiting and enhancing the educational needs and social well being of multiple student age groups with learning difficulties including (but not limited to) students with A.D.D. ( Attention Deficient Disorder ), A.D.D.H.D ( Attention Deficient Disorder Hyperactive Disability ), A.D.H.D. ( Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ), Special Education, At-Risk, Dyslexia, Extreme Discipline problems, etc. "Parents Make It Happen"
    Hosted by Herb Martin
    Channel 28 -Wilmington, DE
    (Every Monday at 8pm)
    This program is produce by Parents who are members of the Delaware State Parent Advisory Council (DSPAC). Sponsored by the Delaware Parent Education Resource Center (DPERC) A Child, Inc. project which is funded by the US Department of Education under Grant no. S310A980079. Contact Bill Weiss with program questions at (302) 325-1756. For a listing of DPERC Partner's Services
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