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41. About Florida Alliance For Assisitive Services And Technology
a broad base of organizations, agencies and programs local Regional Coordinator Seminars,education Programs and Road, Building B Tallahassee, florida 32303 (850
About FAAST Regional Centers FAAST Overview Goals for AT in Florida Mission Statement ... Board Minutes FAAST Overview FAAST began its existence in 1992 as a federally funded grant project and was housed with the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation . FAAST was designed to develop and implement a consumer responsive, comprehensive, statewide system of technology-related assistance and systems change for individuals from birth to death. In 1997, FAAST became a private not for profit corporation governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Commissioner of the Florida Department of Education . Fifty-one percent of the Board membership must be composed of persons with a disability or be a family member of a person with a disability. FAAST works with consumers, family members, caregivers, providers and agencies to ensure that individual's continue to benefit from assistive technology as they move between home, school, work and community. Florida ranks third in the United States for persons with disabilities. Over 70% of Florida's 1.4 million people with disabilities are underemployed or unemployed.

42. Big Bend Area Health Education Center
who represent rural communities, health care agencies, and academic of regional AreaHealth education Centers (AHEC's which serve all 67 counties in florida.

43. Region XIV - Staff
Associate (813) 3076104 e-mail poverty, low performing schoolsin florida to help and to work with state education agencies to provide




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Professional Staff Trudy Hensley Doretha Edgecomb Johnnie Follins Alice Lindsay ... Karen Underwood Partners Chris Crocco Maria Derrick-Mescua Judy Jameson Bridget McGilvra ... Carmen Miranda Support Staff Sonya Bradford Stephen Brown Ann Nesfield Priscilla Pollard Trudy Hensley
Trudy is the director of the Comprehensive Center and is responsible for ensuring that the needs of clients and the U.S. Department of Education are met. In addition to administrative responsibilities, Trudy uses her expertise as a Reading Specialist to train coaches in the Reading Success Network. She is active on a variety of committees within the national network of Comprehensive Centers, notably as a member of the Coordinating Committee and member of the Reading Success Network planning and evaluation committee. Trudy has been employed by ETS for more than 11 years. She began her professional career as a classroom teacher. She has served as a supervisor of reading programs; been an Assistant Superintendent responsible for curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation; served as a demonstration teacher for teachers in training; and worked with multiple school districts as a state regional consultant. Top of Page Doretha Edgecomb
Professional Associate

44. Program Services, Continuing Education And Home Study
Approved continuing education seminars in florida for licensed mental health professionals, certified Category Health Mental Health Continuing education...... stateof-the-art continuing education programs and home in in North, Central, andSouth florida. training opportunities available for social services agencies.
Program Services is pleased to provide state-of-the-art continuing education programs and home study courses to professionals in mental health, criminal justice, domestic violence, nursing, and substance abuse. These include Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Certified Addictions Counselors, Licensed Nurses, and Employee Assistance Professionals may obtain re-certification credits with our offerings. National Approval by (American Psychological Association, National Board Of Certified Counselors and the Employee Assistance Certification Commission) See the ABOUT US page for other approval information. WE ARE THE ONLY CERTIFIED SASSI-III
(Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory)

education Opportunities for continuing education and training. Helpful Resourcesfor Central florida agencies that meet your other needs.
Central Florida Employment Council
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Post your resume and view jobs Visit this page for instructions
Contact us if you have found employment
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Job Board
Employers, post your job openings and search resumes;
For additional information see: Employers Introduction Page
To join the Job Board
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Job Fairs
Employers, Recruit candidates/Find a great job!!
To sign up for 2003 Job Fairs contact CFEC at 407 834-4223 today!
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CFEC Meetings Agenda of meetings
Click here to send us your questions or comments! CFEC is a non-profit agency which helps employers find employees and helps jobseekers find work. All employers are welcome to our monthly meetings which are great for networking. The Central Florida Employment Council is the Central Florida's most effective placement agency.

46. American Lung Association Of Florida
Governmental agencies. SmokeFree Restaurants Online Tobacco education Resources www
April 7, 2003 Home Programs Asthma Tobacco Air Quality Lung Disease Calendar of Events Northeast Northwest Spaceport Big Bend Donations Donations Vehicle Donations Florida Thoracic Society Organization Purpose and Activities Membership Benefits ... Privacy Policy Links These links to other websites are offered as a service to our website visitors. The American Lung Association of Florida is not responsible for the information or content provided by the following websites.
The American Lung Association
Christmas Seals Air Quality Air Pollution
Air Research Management
NOAA: Jacksonville:
State of the Air 2001 Report for Florida
Ambient Air Quality Reporting Jacksonville's Ambient Air Monitoring Activity:

47. Internet Search Tools-Quick Reference Guide
and communities; state education agencies; and preservice Alabama, florida, Georgia,Mississippi, North Carolina http//; NewsWire Newsletter;
Searching for help with technology integration?
The SouthEast Initiatives Regional Technology in Education Consortium (SEIR*TEC) promotes the use of technology to improve teaching and learning by providing technical assistance and authentic professional development in the areas of curriculum and instruction, leadership for technology, policy, planning and evaluation, with emphasis on benefiting traditionally underserved populations, such as low income, urban, rural, racial, and language minority populations. It is one of ten regional technology consortia funded by US Department of Education, and Office of Education Research and Improvement. Do you want to...? ...Then try these tools! Browse a broad topic? Yahoo Lycos
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48. ACE/FAAE About Us
florida Association of Health, Physical education, Recreation and Dance http// Association of Local Arts agencies http//

Jewish education Service of North America. florida Association of Jewish Federations. UnitedWay of Dade County in support of five beneficiary agencies Dave and
Financial Overview Local Agencies National/Overseas Agencies
Financial Overview The Greater Miami Jewish Federation raised $43.7 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 1999. This is the total income generated from all sources, including the Federation/UJA Campaign and the activities of the Federation’s Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies. According to the audited financial statement for this period, the costs required to attain this financial achievement were 9 percent.
To touch Jewish lives effectively, it is important first to build a strong Jewish community. The function of community organization and central planning services goes far beyond the raising of dollars.
Much of the work of Federation, overseen by a core of dedicated volunteer leadership, centers around the planning of community services for today and tomorrow. We develop human resources to meet the needs of our people, both here and abroad. We address issues that confront us as a people with strong and active community relations. And we remain fluid, so that we can quickly adapt to the needs of our people.
To fulfill all these directives and more, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s community organization, central services and administrative costs for our Jewish community were 6.6 percent.

50. BiGlinks - Education
Governing agencies US Department of education http// education news,research florida Department of education http// Current
B i Glinks
Education Resources Governing Agencies Local Colleges and Universities College Bound Help ... Homework Help Education Resources
Education information and link to the ERIC database for educational documents and articles.
Education World
Resources for educators, including lesson-planning tips, book and site reviews.
Sponsored by magazine; teaching ideas, reviews, funding ideas, and professional growth information.
Early Childhood Learning
Aricles, activities and crafts, and links to other helpful sites.
Teaching Tips Index - University of Hawaii
Lesson planning, ideas for the first days and weeks of class, dealing with stress, and other topics.
PBS TeacherSource

51. Educational Resources - Florida/Caribbean AIDS Education And Training Center (AE
Guide is used by Ryan White agencies as a providers locate HIV and AIDS continuingeducation opportunities. Through a national initiative, the florida AETC is
This page contains a partial listing of resources offered.
Click here to find your local Florida/Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center

Click here to join our mailing list
HIV/AIDS Resource Library Books/Publications ... Click Here for Educational Programs HIV/AIDS RESOURCE LIBRARY We have recently moved our offices and are in the process of making our physical resource library more of an electronic collection and internet-related resource. Watch this page for updates, and thank you for your patience. ( Tampa - Location Back to Top PHONE CONSULTATION - (Toll Free)
(866) 4AETC-DOC - (866) 423-8236

Professionals can receive advice and support in the use of antiretroviral treatment and other issues related to HIV/AIDS clinical care through the Florida/Caribbean AETC HIV Clinicians’ Consultation Service. This service provides assistance within 24 hours of receipt of an information request, Monday - Friday. Clinicians providing direct HIV care can access this service through a toll-free voice-mail number. Warmline - National HIV Telephone Consultation Service - (800) 933-3413
9 am - 8 pm Eastern: Voice mail available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

52. Southeast DBTAC | ADA | Florida ADA Leadership Network
florida Department of education Instructional Support Community Services forExceptional Students 325 West Back To Top . Federal Government agencies.

53. Related Links
Hunter education. Water Conservation Initiative; Friends of the florida Panther Refuge; theWekiva River; International Association of Fish and Wildlife agencies;
ADA Accessibility Boating Budget Issues Camp Information ... Questions Search It! Saltwater Fishing Strategic Planning Toll Free Listing Wildlife ... Search Related Links The categories below contain lists of links to Web sites you may be interested in visiting. Meanwhile, check back periodically as our list of links grows. FWC neither endorses links nor approves of links to external sources. External links are made available to assist the Internet user in his or her search. The FWC takes no responsibility a link's operation or content. The links that are shown are not an exclusive listing of organizations available within the State.
(Note: Clicking on most links will open a new browser window.) Other States' Wildlife Resource Agencies
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Businesses, organizations or agencies that work with the FWC in conducting a program, project, event or activity.
Conservation Organizations

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54. US Charter Schools Website
boards and state universities are the primary charter approving agencies. florida'scharter schools are automatically waived of most education laws and


Florida Charter School Information
State Profile Info Last Updated: 03-12-2003
Brief Overview:
Florida first adopted its charter school legislation in 1996. There are currently 222 charter schools in operation, serving nearly 50,000 students.
Discussion Group:
Florida Discussion Group

To obtain a user name and password, please Join the Charter Community Exchange
Schools: Profiles of selected  Florida Charter Schools  created by the schools themselves. Participants: List of all the  Florida Participants  registered on this site or one of the Web Community sites. Key Contacts: Florida Department of Education Choice Office The Department maintains a Charter Schools page which contains profiles of Florida Charter Schools . The Department also provides Technical Assistance to Florida charter schools. J.C. Bowman Director 325 W. Gaines Street, Room 522 Tallahassee,  Florida  32399-0400 Ph: (850) 488-5011 Fx: (850) 921-9059 Florida Charter School Resource Center

55. Federal Gateway To The US Department Of Education
State education agencies. florida Center for Instructional Technology. database ofinteresting and useful educational Web sites for those involved in education.
U.S. Department of Education
600 Independence Avenue, S. W, Washington, D. C. 20202
Telephone: 1-800-8725327
U. S. Secretary of Education, Dr. Roderick R. Paige Introduction: A summary statement of the Department’s purpose mission and role in the Federal government along with it’s "Our National Education Goals" (updated: two more goals have been added to the original six) is in the initial. This Cabinet-level department was established on May 4, 1980 (Public Law 96-88 of October 1979). Federal Gateway site.
More Detailed Information

56. Links To Other Internet Resources From The National Association Of Conservation
Agroforestry Center; USDA and other Federal agencies. Environment Mine Reclamation;The Online Composting Center; florida Panther Net; Environmental education Links.
By - Cassie Hsu, Freehold Soil Conservation District, New Jersey
2nd Place, Grades 2-3 , 2002 NACD Poster Contest
Links grouped by subject:
Environment Environmental Education Forestry ... Agencies Ag riculture
Env ironment

57. Financial Aid Resources - Career Choices In Special Education - National Clearin
florida, Montana, Texas. Georgia, Nebraska, Utah. Directories maintained by the USDepartment of education Guaranty agencies Guaranty agencies administer
Financial Aid Resources
State Resources Federal Resources Private Resources
State Resources
Most states now have some form of student assistance. These financial aid programs vary by state. To find out the details of state grants and loans, students should contact their state agency or college financial aid administrator. State Higher Education Assistance Agencies: Alabama Kentucky North Dakota Alaska ... Wyoming Directories maintained by the U.S. Department of Education:
  • Guaranty Agencies - Guaranty agencies administer student loans under the FFEL Program. This site gives a list of the guaranty agencies that operate in each state.
Federal Resources

58. AED: Education Projects-School Health AED conducted five indepth evaluations in two local and three stateeducation agencies the Dade County (in Miami, florida) and Denver

New Education Publications and Studies

School Health
CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health II
(DASH II) Duration: Location: United States Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control, NIMH Project Collaborators: Prince George's County Department of Health
Columbia University Contact: Project Description: Conduct in-depth, program evaluations of HIV, sexually transmitted disease (STD), and pregnancy prevention programs in selected state and local education agencies and communities:
Evaluate between two and four of the core HIV education program components in each participating site:
  • Policies related to student and employee education, universal precautions, and attendance of students and employees with HIV/AIDS
  • Staff development to increase staff awareness, enhance compliance with policies, and improve the quality of HIV prevention programs and services
  • Curriculum, other programs and services being delivered to prevent HIV, STDs or pregnancy, or assist those already affected
  • Student and/or employee status to determine whether students or employees have the knowledge, skills, and motivation necessary to prevent HIV, STDs, or pregnancy.

59. Business Development Board Of Martin County, Florida
development, communitybased organizations, state agencies and elected please callJobs education Partnership, Region Board of Martin County, florida PO Box

60. ARRLWeb: ARRL Home Page
National organization of the American Radio Relay League; office in Newington, Connecticut. General Category Recreation Radio Amateur Organizations ARRL...... contact Certification and Continuing education Program Coordinator florida Rep MichaelBilirakis put the latest effort, led by federal agencies, since it began
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