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81. FACA - Additional Resources
State of florida agencies. Agency Requirements. florida Department ofEducation Food and Nutrition Management Programs. florida

82. Legal Topics Page is a project of Legal Services of North Net and legal serviceorganizations and government agencies throughout florida and the

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Feedback News LawHelp USA Advanced Search Help Legal Services Directory is a guide to free legal information and legal services in Florida. What can you find here? Legal educational materials, sample forms, and information about the courts, community resources and free and low-cost legal aid programs to help you with your legal problem. Use the Scroll Bar to the right to view all 11 Topics below. Consumer
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83. We Thank Our Sponsors.
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Kevin McCarty Approved as Director Of The Office Of Insurance Regulation (OIR) McCarty had previously served as acting director and will be responsible for regulation of all insurance companies, including licensing, rates, policy forms, market conduct, issuing certificates of authority, solvency, viatical settlements and premium financing. For more information about McCarty's appointment, see navigation bar in "Members Only" area. Go to "Members Only" area, see under "Governmental Affairs".
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84. ACE/FAAE Links
Legislatures; National Assembly of State Arts agencies; Listserv/Email AddressesFlorida Humanities Council FHC Goals 2000 Arts education Partnership Listserv

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85. FETConnections - Spring 2002
Live Video Streaming Teachers can log onto and view Recently, governmentagencies have taken notice, using the florida education Channel to
How the Florida Education Channel Is "Lighting Up" the Education World Murrow would be proud!, Denise Brock " This instrument (Television) can teach, it can illuminate, yes, and it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise it is merely lights and wires in a box."
Remarks of Edward R. Murrow to the RTNDA, 1958 It's been 43 years since the legendary CBS newsman spoke those words to a group of his peers who, at that time, were forging the future of television news coverage. Most broadcast television programming today does not fit into Mr. Murrow's grand vision for the medium. There are, however, self-sustained efforts to realize the potential of television as an educational tool. The Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (PAEC) is one such effort. PAEC has been on the cutting edge of distance learning technology, including television, since its inception. With an understanding that teachers benefit from continuing professional development and with the desire to make earning points toward their recertification an anytime anywhere option, PAEC launched the Florida Education Channel (FEC) in December 2000. Teachers around the state and around the country now have a powerful educational tool available to them 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

86. Resources For Education Policy Issues
with Data on education and Children's Issues All federal statistical agencies canbe Center for Policy Studies in education at florida State University http
Resources for Education Policy Issues National and State Education Agencies
Comprehensive Regional Assistance Centers (ESEA): Michigan Department of Education: National Commission on Education Statistics: The US Department of Education:
Regional Education Laboratories
Appalachia Educational Laboratory (AEL): The Regional Lab's work embodies the essence of AEL's mission to be a catalyst for schools and communities to build lifelong learning systems that harness resources, research, and practical wisdom. Laboratory for Student Success (LSS): The Laboratory learns from and building on their diverse expertise and strategies for student achievement so that their successes are known and utilized by others in widespread efforts in the service of all students in the mid-Atlantic regionDelaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DCand nationally.

87. Academy Of Florida Trial Lawyers -- Elected Officials - State Page
agencies Identify and contact federal agencies and departments 218 South Monroe StreetTallahassee, florida 32301 Telephone (850 Fax (850) 2244254

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(800) 573-8853 or (407) 977-3387 Legislative Action Home Issues Media Legislative Action Center will be held in conjunction with the Annual Convention, June 11-14, 2003 at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort in St. Petersburg. Don't Miss It! Important Workers Compensation Vote This Week Click Here. Critical Vote on Bad Faith and Med Mal Tort "Reform" Postponed Until Wednesday, April 9 Click Here. ... Congressional Delegation U.S. senators and representatives from Florida FL State Legislature Directory for the Florida state legislature Local Government Local Elected Officials from Florida Media Guide Media organizations in Florida Issues and Legislation Current alerts, bills, votes, more. Federal Agencies Identify and contact federal agencies and departments. Governor Find Your Elected Officials in Florida Governor Bush Enter 9-digit ZIP Code: If you don't know your ZIP+4 , enter your address below and click "GO".

88. Florida Sea Grant
FAX South Technical education Center 1300 State and Federal Agenciesand Programs Charlotte Harbor florida Marine Research
Introduction Universities Statewide University-Based Programs Community Colleges ... Non-Profit and Private Organizations
Florida has ten public universities and a large number of private universities and colleges. Those listed below have certain academic programs that relate to ocean, marine or coastal studies, research or outreach. Below each university are those academic departments or sites of study that allow a student to learn more about ocean, marine or coastal degree programs or for a citizen or business to seek answers to questions. In some cases, the academic department may be totally dedicated to ocean, marine or coastal issues and in others, perhaps a group of faculty within the academic department or laboratory work in this area. Biscayne Bay Campus
3000 NE 151 St AC1 378
North Miami, FL 33181

89. One Florida Initiative - Governor Bush Announces Minority Business Spending Unde
One florida' website, and business opportunities with the stateof florida. business loan mobilization program, Governor's agencies 90day

Governor Bush Announces Minority Business Spending Under "One Florida" Continues to Increase FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
-Governor's Agencies Increase Spending With Certified Minority Businesses By 232 percent in Three Years TAMPA - -Governor Jeb Bush today unveiled spending figures showing that state contracting with certified minority-owned businesses continues to increase under "One Florida." For the third consecutive year Governor's agencies continue to award minority contracts at the highest levels ever in Florida's history. "I'm pleased that for the third consecutive year minority business spending with the state has significantly increased, and that agencies that report directly to me are continuing to work hard to ensure that minorities are doing business with the state," Governor Bush said. "The results we see today are a result of our agencies continuing their commitment to minority businesses by proactively reaching out to minority businesses in new and innovative ways." Governor Bush unveiled this year's spending figures while speaking to minority and small business owners, state vendors, purchasing professionals, city and county government employees, law enforcement personnel and educational institutional buyers at the Florida Government Expo.

90. SFWMD Martin/St. Lucie Service Center: Indian River Lagoon
by developing stronger relationships with local government agencies, private organizations In1981, the florida Legislature enacted a program known as Save

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... More Information A merica's most diverse estuary, the Indian River Lagoon, a 156-mile-long estuary, is home to more than 4,000 plant and animal species, including manatees, dolphins, sea turtles and seahorses. Sheltered by sandy beaches and massive beds of sea grasses, the lagoon has evolved into a nursery for young sea creatures oysters, clams, shrimp, crabs and hundreds of species of fish that thrive in the warm shallow waters. Above, the osprey, eagle and pelican patrol, looking for their next meal. The delicate balance of life in the Indian River Lagoon is threatened by increasing residential and commercial development, industry and agriculture, and human negligence. Excessive freshwater intrusion, loss of essential marshland and increased wastewater and stormwater discharges have plagued the lagoon. The construction of extensive agricultural and urban drainage projects has substantially expanded the watershed of the St. Lucie Estuary. The effects of these man-made changes have caused significant alterations in the timing (excess wet season flows, insufficient dry season flows), distribution, quality, and volume of freshwater entering the estuary. The estuarine environment is sensitive to freshwater releases, and these alterations have placed severe stress on the entire ecosystem. Extreme salinity fluctuations and ever-increasing inflows have contributed to major changes in the structure of the communities within the estuary, as seen by seagrass and oyster losses.

91. USF Center For HIV Education And Research
and in the Virgin Islands by providing education and information National/State GovernmentAgencies. 200102 florida HIV Community Resource Directory http//www
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92. The Florida Department Of State
561/3889313 florida ASSOCIATION FOR THEATRE education 4135 California 797-7067,FAX 352/797-7167 florida ASSOCIATION OF LOCAL ARTS agencies (FALAA) Post

93. Jacksonville Florida Food Bank Program | Lutheran Social Services
Pius Stillwell Middle The Bridge of Northeast florida Triumph the food, clericalneeds and assisting or monitoring member agencies. Ask,
Second Harvest Food Bank
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Lutheran Social Services was founded on the premise of feeding the hungry. In fact, the Second Harvest Food Bank was LSS' first program. Today, the Food Bank is the repository for food to more than 375 sharing agencies across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.
Over the last couple of years, the number of clients needing emergency food assistance has increased dramatically. The problem of hunger persists because the population known as the working poor continues to grow. They work for minimum wage and struggle to meet all of their financial responsibilities. Often, they must choose between feeding themselves or paying rent. To learn more about the Food Bank, contact Tim Davis at 904.353.FOOD.
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First Coast Food Runners

In order to meet the increasing demands, the First Coast Food Runners Program has made enormous efforts to salvage prepared and perishable food. Their greatest challenge is getting this food in the hands of needy children and adults. As it stands, the Food Runners are working to capacity each day. Kids Cafe Program of the Food Bank Another program, working to meet the needs of hungry families, is the Kids Cafe. Working in cooperation with existing after school programs, the Kids Cafe provides a safe environment, in a child's own neighborhood, where they can receive an afternoon snack or meal.

94. CCR&R [Helpful Links]
Child Care Resource and Referral Network in florida. quality and affordability ofearly education and care. Member agencies provide child care information and
Partners In Care Welcome For Families For Providers Calendar ... Forms
Helpful Links
For Providers Florida Children's Forum The Florida Children's Forum serves as the hub of the Child Care Resource and Referral Network in Florida. The Child Care Resource and Referral Network is the only statewide database on the availability, quality and affordability of early education and care. Member agencies provide child care information and referral services to more than 190,000 families each year and serve as the link to more than 16,500 child care and early education providers. National Association for the Education of Young Children
Come here to check out the latest information on NAEYC's conferences and publications, plus information on accreditation, advocacy, policy issues, and NAEYC membership. National Child Care Information Center Visit this site to find information on research and initiatives going on in the child care field. This page is also an excellent source for information on each state's ratios, teacher qualifications, demographics, and more. NACCRRA- National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies

95. CMC/EBSS Webliography: Education Associations
Also includes links to state agencies and resources for schools in Arizona, California,florida, Texas and National Center for education Statistics A database
CMC/EBSS Webliography Educational Associations, Organizations and Agencies
Selector: Yvonne Roux
Departments K-12 Schools Associations, Agencies and Organizations Education Week on the Web Organization Links
Created by Education Week on the Web, a list of over 200 education organizations, including professional associations, state departments of education, and other organizations involved with educational policy and school reform. The site is searchable by either subject or name. "Contact Info" contains background information, and links to the organizations' web pages are provided. About ED Educational Associations and Organizations
An annotated list of over 30 education associations and organizations selected by the U.S. Department of Education. These include educational news services, professional associations, labor unions and other education related organizations, as well as a link to EROD (Educational Resource Organizations Directory).

96. State Education Agency
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97. State Higher Education Agencies
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98. Job-Hunt.Org: Florida Jobs, Jobs In Florida, Florida Careers And Job Search Reso
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99. Governors Mentoring Initiative - Index
TALLAHASSEEThe Second Annual education Expo was held at the Leon public and privateschools, various community organizations, state agencies and several





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Governor Bush Hosts Third Annual "Celebration of Reading to Support Statewide Family Literacy Initiative
Governor joined by President George H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush
-Governor Jeb Bush was joined today by his parents, President George H.W. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush at the third annual "Celebration of Reading" event and dinner. At a press conference today, Governor Bush applauded the efforts of both public and private partners who together have been able to raise $1.4 million this year and an additional $1.3 million in-kind contributions to support the Governor's Family Literacy Initiative. "It is tremendous to be joined here by both my mother and father in the spirit of family literacy," said Governor Bush. " Every child deserves a quality education, and quality education begins with reading. Parents are their child's first teacher and we hope through these programs, that they will be their best teachers."

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100. RSPH Public Health InfoLinks: U.S. Government Agencies - State And Local
Health InfoLinks US Government agencies State and AHEC Southwest Georgia Area HealthEducation Center (SOWEGA Department of Health - florida's health Health
Public Health InfoLinks: U.S. Government Agencies - State and Local
City of Atlanta Homepage
Department of Public Works
Cobb and Douglas County Boards of Health DeKalb County Board of Health
Center for Public Health Preparedness
Fulton County - Department of Health and Wellness - Online access to Georgia government
Georgia General Assembly ...
Emergency Preparedness Program Health Alert Network (HAN)
Family Health
Health by Topic
Health Statistics - Georgia Health and Information Warehouse ...
Publications (Forms, Fact Sheets, Manuals and Guidelines, Reports, etc.)
Georgia Department of Education
Georgia Environmental Protection - Department of Natural Resources
Air Protection Branch
Georgia Poison Center Atlanta
Georgia Public Health Association - GPHA
Georgia Spatial Data Infrastructure Georgia GIS Data Clearinghouse
Georgia Statewide AHEC Network - Area Health Education Centers ...
Northwest Georgia Health Watch
Several Atlanta area/Georgia nonprofit web sites are listed in Non-Governmental Organizations
Other Southeastern Region State Departments of Health
Alabama Department of Public Health
Florida Department of Health - Florida's health
Health Statistics
Miami-Dade County Health Department ...
Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Public Health

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