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61. CCSSO Map Of States
K12 education departments, with directories of schools and districts. From the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Alaska American Samoa Arizona ... Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee ... Wyoming Council of Chief State School Officers One Massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 700 Washington, DC 20001-1431 voice: 202.408.5505 fax: 202.408.8072

62. Florida Distance Learning Association
A nonprofit association formed to promote the development and application of distance learning in the public and private sectors and all levels of education K-12, area education agencies, higher education, continuing education, information sciences, corporate training and education, and the military.

63. Arts Council - Hillsborough County Government
advocacy. The Council is divided into three divisions Arts in education,the Tampa Theatre, and Program Services. 24 HOUR ARTSLINE
Arts Council of Hillsborough County
The Times Building
1000 N. Ashley, Suite 105
Tampa, FL 33602
Contact Us
NEW! FY 03
Individual Artist Grant Guidelines and Application

Deadline Date: Friday, January 17, 2003
FY 2003 Cultural Development Grant Program Guidelines (PDF File) FY 2003 Cultural Development Grant Application
(Deadline: June 17, 2002)
- in Word format
Part I
Part II Part III FY 2003 Cultural Development Grant Application
- in PDF format - Part I Part II Part III FY 2002 Individual Artist Grant Application ... Download the Cultural Directory! Arts in the Fast Lane Tag Information Cultural Development Grant Reimbursement Form Word PDF Cultural Development Grant Contract Forms Word PDF Mission and History Program Services ... Art On Loan (AOL)/Purchase Program Call to Artists The mission of the Arts Council of Hillsborough County is to develop, nurture, coordinate and promote all artistic disciplines. The Council is the designated funding source for cultural services and is governed by a 15-member board of directors appointed by the County Commissioners. The Council has no membership, but does have a cultural alliance of leaders of arts organizations and artists to derive a common community-wide agenda and to provide a base for arts advocacy.

64. State Profiles : Introduction
service, also links back to the home page. To date, more than5,100 florida residents have qualified for education awards totaling
Projects In Your State
Volunteer Florida

Patrick Morris, Chair
Gloria Evans, Vice Chair
Carl Weinrich, Treasurer
Cynthia Asia
Ali Barrett
Julie Bielinski
Debbie Brooks
Michael Buckner
Laura Corry Jeffery Donley Marcia Greene George Guthrie Jacqueline Lautenberger Sandra Lopes Patricia Miller-Harden Cristina Oliva Eduardo Rivas Robert Ruano Maria Sanjuan Maureen Shore Cheryl Simmers Megan Spillane Joan Wallace Terry Worthington Warren Smith, Ex-Officio Joe Follman, Ex-Officio Honor Bell, Ex-Officio "AmeriCorps leads by example. The members demonstrate the epitome of what my family and I call "civic rent" giving back to the community that has served each of us so well. It is my hope that AmeriCorps will continue to inspire all of us to offer our services to those who need it most." State Senator Toni Jennings, President of the Florida Senate
National Service in Florida
Getting things done in Florida. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across Florida. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than

65. Home
consortium of postsecondary education institutions in each state of the southernUS region, Saint Petersburg College is the recipient of this grant in florida.
PEC-FLA SOTAC Postsecondary Education Consortium Florida's State Outreach and Technical Assistance Center MISSION: To Serve the state of Florida as a clearinghouse for resources, information and referral, and to provide outreach and technical assistance regarding the unique educational and equal access/accommodations issues of students who are deaf, late-deafened or hard of hearing. The PEC-FLA SOTAC promotes quality educational activities and outreach services through statewide collaboration and information exchange with educators, families, service providers and others whose work impacts students who are deaf, late-deafened or hard of hearing as they pursue postsecondary education or are in transition from secondary to postsecondary education. The PEC-FLA SOTAC is housed at SPC-Saint Petersburg College, on the Clearwater campus, and is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and Office of Special Educational and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). Awarded to a consortium of postsecondary education institutions in each state of the southern U.S. region, Saint Petersburg College is the recipient of this grant in Florida. SPC's Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students, established in 1966, has served as a model program for more than 35 years. St. Petersburg College's Office of Services for Students with Disabilities website is at:

66. NCATE: State Education Agency Websites
florida, Ohio. accrediting organization for schools, colleges, and departments ofeducation in the 7496 fax (202) 2966620 website ncate@ncate
NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching and teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century.
State Education Agency Websites
Alaska Montana Arizona Nebraska ... NCATE Home
phone: fax: website:

For assistance with this website, contact the webmaster

67. NEA Higher Education - Advocate Online - Speaking Out
Maureen Dinnen, president of the florida education Association (FEA), a and a memberof the United Faculty of florida. opinion Write to us at
Contact Higher Ed
Higher Ed Conference

Guide to HE Site
Table of Contents
February 2003
Advocate Online

They're Talking On Campus...

On the Road

Action Line
Previous Advocate Issues

Advocate Online Speaking Out
Attorneys and security guards appeared at offices and told employees they must leave immediately; their personal belongings would be sorted and sent to them at a later date. The employees were given a choice of resigning, being fired, or in some cases, retiring. The employees who signed resignation forms made themselves ineligible for unemployment benefits. Of course they could later claim they were pressured to resign. A number of those treated in this manner were 23-, 25-, or 28-year employees of the department. Some were on a deferred retirement program and some were due to retire later this academic year. This inhumane and frankly immoral, people-are-as-disposable-as-Kleenex attitude is an example of what we often face here in Florida and across the United States these days. People are the very last consideration. Of course, these employees did not belong to a union, and some were in managerial positions. Well. We saw a good example of how not to treat employees, right here in Florida, just before Christmas. It happened here, but it could have been anywhere where employees have no legal representative, no association, no union.

68. Job-Hunt.Org: Jobs, Job Search, And Career Resources For Teachers, Professors, A
PhD' employment opportunities for job seekers of education; TeachNY - opportunitiesin the NYC Employment; University of Deleware; University of florida;
...super list of the Web's Best Job Search Resources
Getting Started Online Job Search

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Protecting Your Privacy Using Job-Hunt.Org ... Creating an Internet Resume
Networking Resources Pick Your Employer Associations and Societies
Job Resources by Location Jobs by State ( U.S.A.) State Employment Offices ... International Jobs
Specialized Job Sites Academia and Education Engineering Jobs Entry Level, Internships, and Seasonal Jobs ... Reference Material
For Employers Human Resources Recruiting Resources Home Jobs in Academia and Education For K-12 schools and school districts, check out the U.S. Department of Education's

69. Florida Agencies
Autism Recovery Network florida agencies. Central florida Autism Institute, Inc. MargaretHill ages 03 CITE Center for Independence Technology education 215 E
    Autism Recovery Network
    Florida Agencies
    Adonis Autism Center of Southwest Florida The home offers full-time housing for six adults and a house parent. The house evokes memories of Old Florida with a wrap-around porch on 5.3 acres lined with oak trees. Behind the home, organizers hope to establish a small produce farm. The harvest could be sold or used. Bashaw said residents will raise money by making and selling marmalade. For younger people with autism, the center will offer day programs during the summer and holidays and respite care for busy caregivers. For more information, call 434-5134.
    ARC Broward Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. 10250 N.W. 53rd St. Sunrise, Fl. 33351 Provides physical, occupational , and speech therapy. Also offers mental health services, parent training, therapeutic services, preschool, adult residential services, vocational training and employment.
    4C Lending Toy Library Sanford Community College 100 Weldon Blvd., Portable 99 Child Development, Sanford, FL 32773 (407)328-4722 x2313 or 3510 At SCC Mon/Tues 9-4 only $25/year (cash only). Orlando location 3500 W. Colonial, Orlando, FL 32805 (407)522-2252 special needs toys $30/yr. 7 toys/month + tapes, videos, teaching materials.
    Advocacy Center for Person's With Disabilities, Inc.

70. Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
the Bureau of Instructional Support and Community Services, florida Department ofEducation, designed to assist school districts, state agencies that support
Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System Project Coordinator Faye Yongue Project Manager David Davis Project Staff David Davis - Consultant, Human Resource Development and Technology
Jennifer Adams
- Consultant, Child Find, Human Resource Development, and Parent Services
Glenda Delmar
- Consultant, Human Resource Development and Parent Services
Donna Doelman
- Consultant, Child Find, Human Resource Development, Gifted, and Parent Services
Melissa Adams
- Consultant, Alternate Assessment
Amanda Bush
- Secretary, Alternate Assessment
Terrie Goodwin - Child Find Secretary
Veronica Phillips - HRD Secretary (FDLRS Bay Co. office)
Gail Obert
- FDLRS Secretary
Amy Steinbach
- FDLRS Secretary and secretary to Faye Yongue.

71. WFSU BROADCASTING CENTER - Satelite Services
of opportunity in education and commerce. Using satellite communications, state ofFlorida educational institutions, and governmental agencies, businesses and
Florida Dept. of Education digital satellite equipment recommendation Florida Department of Education Instructional Television
SATELLITE SERVICES It's never been easier to connect people across vast distances. The ability to transmit ideas and information anywhere and to anyone on earth has opened a wealth of opportunity in education and commerce. Using satellite communications, state of Florida educational institutions, and governmental agencies, businesses and non-profit organizations can be part of this information revolution and deliver a wide variety of services to audiences across the state or across the country.
Satellite Communications is an excellent and inexpensive method to distribute programming for:
Continuing Education
Professional accreditaion programs
Interactive seminars
Public hearings and forums Educational programs at all levels
Staff development/training programs
The State of Florida leases its own satellite transponder- Transponder 13 on Telstar 4(KU). Telstar is located near the middle of the satellite constellation, at 89 degrees West longitude. Using this trasnponder, programming reaches anywhere in the continental U.S. and Puerto Rico, parts of the Caribbean Basin, and parts of Alaska. The Florida Transponder can be accessed by educational institutions, as well as government agencies and commercial enterprises.

72. Florida's Office Of Greenways And Trails
and state and federal agencies to facilitate the newsletter, offers the online FloridaGreenways and Guide, provides an environmental education program called
DEP Home Contact DEP Search DEP Site Map ... Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail
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Welcome Are you a Florida city or county government representative?
Visit our Local Government Assistance and Resources page. Explore Maps and Descriptions of Trails in Florida About Our Office statewide system of greenways and trails for recreational and conservation purposes. Our efforts are guided by a legislatively adopted plan titled "Connecting Florida's Communities." View a summary of the plan (PDF 1.5 mb) or request a hardcopy by calling 850-245-2052. FUNDING
OGT provides grants for the development of both motorized and non-motorized recreational trail projects through the Recreational Trails Program . We also administer the $4.5 million Florida Greenways and Trails Land Acquisition Program under the Florida Forever Act.

73. Current And Recent News
16. The florida Department of education and The Able Trust, in conjunction with partneragencies, have planned 14 events statewide with High School/High
Quick Nav FLDOE Home Site Index Search State Board ... FLDOE Contacts
October 15, 2002 Contact: Bill Edmonds
Florida Board of Education
National Disability Mentoring Day events take place Oct. 16 in Florida "Tomorrow throughout Florida, there will be job shadowing, mentoring and career exploration events for students with disabilities," said Education Secretary Jim Horne. "It is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the abilities of people with disabilities in the state of Florida." National Disability Mentoring Day began in 1999 as part of a White House effort to increase the profile of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, celebrated each October. The American Association of People with Disabilities, in partnership with the U. S. Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy and the Presidential Task Force on Employment of Adults with Disabilities, encourage National Disability Mentoring Day events during the month. In 2001, Florida was among 32 states that participated and helped to link students with local volunteer employers. This year, local coordinators have planned events statewide and over 75 students with disabilities are expected to participate.

74. Florida Building Code Online
(Local governments and state agencies enter amendments by licensees, and report continuingeducation units. professionals licensed by the florida Department of
IMPORTANT NOTE: A new base code modification cycle, from 06/28/02 to 04/18/03, is now open. We are accepting proposed changes to the Florida Building Code for next year's base code change cycle. The deadline for submitting proposed changes is April 18 of 2003. Click the Florida Building Code link below to review comments. To DOWNLOAD Comments: Choose Proposed Code Modifications and then choose Search for Code Cycles. TO BROWSE THIS SITE: Click on a section below or use the navigation buttons on the left. Florida Building Code VIEW:The Building Code and the Florida Building Commission code interpretations, Declaratory Statements, Local Amendments and Accessibility Waivers. ORDER: The new Florida Building Code online in this section. LOCATE: DCA materials SEARCH: For City/County/State and Florida Building Commission code amendments. (Local governments and state agencies enter amendments here). LINK: to the Purchase Energy Software and Solar Energy Center. Local Amendment, Frequently Asked Questions Search or Request Nonbinding Advisory Florida Building Code Interpretations SEARCH for an Advisory Opinion. REQUEST a non-binding advisory opinion. The request is reveiwed by a panel of Building Officials and should return an opinion in 14 days.

75. Community Services Block Grant Program
is a statewide association of agencies and individuals to raise the health, education,and economic standards of florida's economically disadvantaged
Florida Department of Community Affairs directory contact us newsletters first time user Department's



Calendar of Events
Community Assistance Local Contacts List
The Community Services Block Grant Program was created by the federal Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981. The program is designed to provide a range of services to assist low-income people in attaining the skills, knowledge and motivation necessary to achieve self sufficiency. Also, the program provides low-income people with immediate life necessities such as food, shelter, medicine, etc. You may download the program's rule, Chapter 9B-22 Florida Administrative Code Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) Version 5.0 TYPE OF ASSISTANCE: Community Services Block Grants to local governments and non-profit agencies provide a variety of antipoverty services such as emergency health, food, housing, day care, transportation assistance; housing counseling; financial management assistance; nutrition programs including federal surplus food distribution, community gardening projects, food banks; job counseling, placement and training services, and homeless prevention programs. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Client households must meet 125% of the United States Department of Health and Human Services' low-income poverty guidelines and allowable and unallowable sources of income (pdf format).

76. Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies
Regional Institutional Accrediting agencies. for Accreditation ) of degreegrantinginstitutions of higher education in Alabama, florida, Georgia, Kentucky

77. FinAid | Other Types Of Aid | US State Government Aid
URL florida florida Department of education Office ofStudent Financial Assistance 1344 florida education Center 325 West Gaines
US State Government Aid The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for most state loan, grant and scholarship programs, in addition to the federal loans and grants. When you submit the FAFSA to the US Department of Education, they forward the information on the form to the state student assistance agency. Each state has a different FAFSA submission deadline. If you submit your FAFSA by March 1, you will be in time for all state deadlines, other than Michigan. If you miss the deadline, you will be ineligible to receive state aid for the entire academic year. Procedures for applying for state prepaid tuition programs and the national guard differ from state to state. The amount of information provided on the state web sites varies from state to states. Some states provide comprehensive information about residency requirements, loan, grant, scholarship and prepaid tuition programs and other state aid programs. Others provide minimal information. We recommend visiting the sites for both your state of residence and for the states of the colleges to which you are applying. A B C D ...
Territories and Others
Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Suite 205
3465 Norman Bridge Road
Montgomery, Alabama 36105-2310

78. And ETS Again Give Florida's Students Online Access To Educational And
Support with offices in Tampa and Tallahassee, florida. and a leader in educationresearch. for professionals, businesses and government agencies; and ETS
Graphic version of this page. Skip main page content to go to site map.
ETS Contact:
Peter V. Yeager, 609-734-5151
E-mail: Contact:
Andrea H. Latham, 850-201-7363
E-mail: and ETS Again Give Florida's Students Online Access to Educational and Career Planning Services
Princeton, NJ/Tallahassee, FL - Florida students and adults transitioning between careers will have online access to the latest educational and career planning services anytime, anywhere through an agreement between the State of Florida and the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The State of Florida has continued funding for ETS's Internet version of SIGI PLUS for a second year under a contract with the Florida Center for Advising and Academic Support (FCAAS) and its statewide student advising system - provides real-time information for students, parents, counselors, and other interested individuals to assist in planning for and managing their postsecondary education in Florida. "This partnership between and SIGI PLUS removes barriers to education and career planning and increases access to information, an important goal of Florida's student-centered K-20 education system," said Florida Secretary of Education Jim Horne. "This collaboration also reduces the cost of products and services for Florida's citizens and educational institutions."

79. Fight Fraud In Florida
a resolution urging citizens to be on their guard against those that commit financialfraud in florida. They have also committed state agencies reporting to

February 3-8 is

Fight Financial Fraud In Florida Week
More than 22 state agencies have joined together to form the Fight Fraud in Florida Task Force. The group is meeting monthly to find ways to share information and resources to outsmart crafty criminals.
The group has already created an information database to exchange details about criminals who prey on trusting citizens and those in our state that can least afford it. Financial fraud is estimated to cost Floridians about 40 billion dollars a year.
Governor Jeb Bush and the Florida Cabinet are supporting the Fight Fraud in Florida Task Force. They signed a resolution urging citizens to be on their guard against those that commit financial fraud in Florida.
They have also committed state agencies reporting to them to participate in the statewide Fight Fraud initative.
Minutes from the first
public-private partnership
summit to fight fraud
This page is maintained by the Dept. of Banking and Finance.
Click here to e-mail the webmaster.

80. Welcome To America's Charities
Organization that raises money for charities through charitable giving campaigns in the workplace Category Society Philanthropy Grants GrantMaking Foundations...... responsible, programmatically effective agencies delivering much rights and humanrights, education, the environment
Choose Category Human Services Health Civil and Human Rights Education Environment America's Charities Membership 100 Black Men of America A Gift For Teaching ACTION for Child Protection AFRILIFE International AIDS Resource Alliance America's Second Harvest American Campaign-Prevent Child Abuse and Family Violence American Center for Law and Justice American Civil Liberties Union Foundation American Foundation for the Blind American Hospice Foundation American Indian College Fund Americans For Peace Now Amnesty International of the USA Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund The Boggy Creek Gang Breast Cancer Coalition Breast Cancer Research and Assistance Fund Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Cancer Research Foundation of America Caring for Children Foundation of Texas Catholics United For Life Central Florida Zoological Society Child Welfare League of America Childhelp USA Children's Heartlink The Children's House at Johns Hopkins Children's Leukemia Research Association Children's Rights Christian Appalachian Project Community Clinic Assoc. of Los Angeles County

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