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1. SHEEO Agencies
SHEEO agencies. of Regents 1000 SW Jackson, Suite 520 Topeka, kansas 666121368 Moore, Interim President (C) Council on Postsecondary education 1024 Capital
SHEEO Agencies
State Higher Education Agency Contact Information * * Quick Links to SHEEO Agency Websites * *
(C) = coordinating board
(G) = governing board Jump to: A-D F-K L-M N-O ... V-Regions ALABAMA
Dr. Michael Malone, Executive Director (C)
Commission on Higher Education
P.O. Box 302000
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2000
Fax: 242-0270
Diane Barrans, Executive Director (C) Alaska Postsecondary Education Commission 3030 Vintage Boulevard Juneau, Alaska 99801-7109 Fax: 465-3293 Dr. Mark Hamilton, President (G) University of Alaska System 202 Butrovich Building Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5560 Fax: 474-6342 ARIZONA Dr. Linda J. Blessing, Executive Director (G)

2. State Education Agencies
State education agencies. kansas Department of education 120 South East 10th AvenueTopeka, KS education Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401A Connecticut Ave., NW
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State Education Agencies
In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about:
  • academic programs
  • accreditation requirements
  • adult education
  • bilingual education
  • charter schools
  • curriculum
  • demographic data
  • dropout rates
  • E-rate
  • education directories
  • education grants
  • education legislation
  • education reform
  • education technology
  • funding and financial data
  • governmental relations
  • home instruction
  • items in the news
  • job opportunities
  • parental involvement
  • personnel
  • publications
  • school laws
  • school lists
  • school to work/career
  • special education
  • standards development
  • state boards of education
  • state educational resources
  • state teacher certification
  • student performance
  • student services
  • vocational education
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories
Alabama Department of Education
Gordon Persons Office Building
50 North Ripley Street
P.O. Box 302102
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
FAX: (334) 242-9708

3. AccessKansas - Kansas Government
Idaho. Illinois. Indiana. Iowa. kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland
State Phone Directory Site Map Online Services Help Center ... Government Agency Detailed List
Agency Detailed List
Access to information regarding Kansas Certified Public Accountants Adjutant Generals Department, State of Kansas
Information on the Division of Emergency Management, the Kansas Army National Guard and the Kansas Air National Guard Administration, Department of
A central service resource for Kansas Government.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act ( ADA
    Provide compliance with the state on disabilities and discrimination issues Budget, Division of
    Issues instructions, regulations and directives that determine how state agencies propose and justify requests for expenditure authority Administrative Hearings, Office of
    Conduct fair and impartial hearings for citizens and other affected parties when they contest the actions of state agencies determining their legal rights
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4. Links To State Education Agencies
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5. Children's Alliance Of Kansas Home Page
kansas Foster Care agencies. kansas Legislature Homepage hearing updates currentbills tracking. Website provided by The education Coalition Email questions or
About Us


Annual Report
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Case Management Workforce Development Family Preservation / Foster Care / Adoption (pdf file)
The Children's Alliance of Kansas
is the only association representing private, non-profit, child welfare agencies. The association was established in 1954 to help agencies better serve the children of Kansas. Our current member agencies provide a range of services to families including: residential care ~ day treatment ~ emergency care ~ maternity services ~ foster care ~ visitation supervision ~ adoption ~ transitional independent living ~ family preservation ~ intake and assessment ~ mental health ~ drug and alcohol services ~ educational services ~ services to juvenile offenders ~ parenting education The alliance works with member agencies to coordinate activities and programming. During this past year the Alliance initiated an effort to provide training in child welfare skills and practice to child care workers and foster parents across the state. The Alliance has also worked with the agencies providing emergency care to develop a case management project which offers services to children referred to shelters and foster care by law enforcement. By working together the child welfare agencies of Kansas continue to provide high quality services to the children and families they serve.

6. Jewish Kansas City Online
Jewish kansas City Online, CAJE also works in conjunction with other agencies, suchas Community Center and Midwest Center for Holocaust education to name a
IT'S ALL NEW! GREAT FEATURES! and all it's links has moved! Please update your bookmarks!

7. Education, Technology Library Science Professional
Directory of State Higher education agencies Includes state departments of of educationIowa Department of education kansas State Department of

8. Kansas Parent Information Resource Center
departments of education), LEAs (local education agencies school that carryout parent education and family their children meet the kansas QPA (Quality
KFAST K-12 Early Childhood Parent Education Higher Education Research Contact Us Questions NCLB PIRC Nationa l Partners Children's Alliance Families Together, Inc. KNEA KPATA KPTA NEKESC WKCSC Kansas Parent Information Resource Center I n October, 2002, Kansas Families and Schools Together, Inc. (KFAST), a non-profit agency in northeast Kansas was granted funding to become the Kansas Parent Information Resource Center (KPIRC). The KPIRC is a partnership between KFAST and the partners listed to the left. KPIRC Goals Seven strategies will be used to accomplish these goals. Nancy Kraft, Director Robin Gingerich, Director of Early Childhood Kansas Parent Information Resource Center This site developed under a grant from the U.S. Dept of Education

9. Kansas Consulting Engineers (KCE)
mailed to federal, state, county and local agencies. Award, and sponsorship of theKansas Young Engineers Seminars/Conferences, KCE offers education programs at
to the KCE Web page! Members enter here: Non-Members
Check out Who we are and more...
Related Web Sites:
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Here's what's NEW Leaders Officers/Board Member Benefits
and Services
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Committee Interest Form Public Relations National Representation Continuing Education ... Publications Upcoming Events
Young Engineers Roundtable
For more information about KCE, please fill out this form
or e-mail us.
Kansas Consulting Engineers 300 SW 8th Ave., Third Floor Topeka, Kansas, U.S.A. 66603-3912 Phone: 785/357-1824, Fax: 785/233-2206, e-mail:

McREL ERC serves the states of Colorado, kansas, Missouri, Nebraska services tonational, regional, state and local education agencies, organizations, and
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McREL Mid-continent Eisenhower Regional Consortium for Mathematics and Science
(McREL ERC) was established in 1992 by the National Eisenhower Program for Mathematics and Science Education as one of ten regional consortia across the United States. McREL ERC serves the states of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Staff members of McREL ERC excel in aligning curriculum and assessment with standards, improving learning and instruction, and facilitating strategic planning. They provide technical assistance professional development , and information services to national, regional, state and local education agencies, organizations, and associations in both the public and private sectors. The mission of McREL ERC is to promote and support systemic reform in mathematics and science education in its seven-state region. To facilitate change, McREL ERC collaborates with state departments of education, post-secondary institutions, National Science Foundation-funded initiatives, school districts, and other state and federal agencies. McREL ERC is guided by a 35 member Advisory Committee representing various client groups from its seven-state region.

11. McREL: Regional Educational Laboratory - REL
Region – comprised of Colorado, kansas, Missouri, Nebraska from schools, districts,and education agencies to study Dialogue on StandardsBased education.
McREL currently holds one of ten regional educational laboratory contracts that together make up the Regional Educational Laboratory System , which serves education agencies and schools across the nation. This system represents the U.S. Department of Education's largest research and development investment, designed to help educators, policymakers, and communities improve schools. As is true of all of the regional educational laboratories, McREL is guided by a governing board The focus of the current five-year contract is to help transform low-performing schools into high-performing learning communities and to capture the procedural knowledge necessary to make it happen. To meet this goal, McREL
  • works to address critical problems in the Central Region; serves as a national leader in standards-based instructional practice; collaborates with the other regional educational laboratories; and participates in special projects at national, regional, and state levels.

12. DLRN -- For K-12 Students
Virtual Schools operated by Regional agencies and Consortia of educational entities,non Virtual Greenbush (Southeast kansas education Service Center, Girard, KS
The Virtual School List The Virtual School List includes only those entities which offer courses designed for K-12 learners and which offer at least some Internet- or Web-based credit courses . Using email, chat or support web sites (like many conventional college courses these days) isn't considered to constitute a "web-based course" in the context of this Virtual School List. Computer-based courses using CD-ROMs or software loaded on the student's computer for the main course delivery, another common method, is also not considered a "web-based course" application in this context. To suggest a new listing, go to the Virtual School Survey page. State-operated University-operated District-operated State charter schools ... York County Virtual High School (VA) Upcoming state-level schools which have been announced, but for which no web site yet exists, include the Maryland Virtual Learning Community and the Idaho Virtual High School Back to top
  • Virtual Schools Operated by Colleges and Universities (offering at least a partial K-12 curriculum through web-based courses) Brigham Young University Independent Study Indiana University High School Oklahoma State University Extension, K12 Distance Learning Academy
  • 13. Kansas Citizens For The Arts--Related Sites
    kansas State Department of education KSDE is charged National Art education National Assembly of State Arts agencies www.nasaa
    "Grassroots support
    for arts and
    arts education"
    Related Sites
    Welcome Message About the KCA Arts Advocacy Arts Day at the Capitol ... Home KANSAS
    Accessible Arts Accessible Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to champion the arts for children with disabilities and advocate access to the arts.
    1100 State Avenue
    Kansas City, KS 66102
    Contact: Martin English
    Arts Partners-Wichita
    Wichita's Arts Partners is a comprehensive educational programs that integrates the arts into all areas of the curriculum through the community cultural resources.
    210 N. Water, Suite 300
    Wichita, KS 67202 Contact: Katey Lee Association of Community Arts Agencies of Kansas ACAAK is a not-for-profit organization fostering excellence in the arts for the benefit of the people of Kansas. The purpose is to work with community arts agencies and organizations to develop an environment in which the arts can flourish. P.O. Box 1363 Salina, KS 67402 Contact: Ellen Morgan

    14. Title I To Local Education Agencies, Fiscal Year 2001-2002
    Home Data education Facts Title I To Local education agencies TitleI to Local education agencies, Fiscal Year 20012002 kansas, 74,091,566.

    15. Education
    Title I To Local education agencies, Topeka CapitalJournal kansas kansas ProposalTo Add Three Members To kansas Board Of education Advances Three

    16. Org/People - Water Agencies
    integrated research, analysis and education, including better kansas Water Office– Mission To ensure adequate water resource operations of agencies at all
    The Kansas legislature has determined that “the state can best achieve the proper utilization and control of the water resources of the state through comprehensive planning which coordinates and provides guidance for the management, conservation and development of the state’s water resources.” The Kansas Water Plan is that coordination tool.
    The nine state agencies listed below have areas of responsibility contributing to the management of water resources in Kansas. An organization chart is included on the back of this fact sheet, those agencies shown shaded or in bold are represented on the Kansas Water Authority.
    Kansas Department of Agriculture, Division of Water Resources - Mission: To administer assigned laws and programs on pesticide use and management and fertilizer use as related to water; and state water resources management and regulation. Kansas Corporation Commission -Mission: To regulate oil and gas production as related to water quality protection and remediation. Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing - Mission: To foster economic development through the promotion of business, commerce and industry, as related to water resources.

    17. Paraprofessionals In The Education Workforce
    policymakers and administrators in state and local education agencies, professionalorganizations the latest state to develop a procedure) and kansas have the
    CLICKS ESP Home ESP Resources
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    Paraprofessionals In the Education Workforce
    Prepared by Anna Lou Pickett, Director
    National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals in Education and Related Services
    National Education Association
    Center for Membership and Affiliates
    Center for Teaching and Learning Contents
    Introduction Paraprofessionals In Education: The Present
    The Roles of Paraprofessionals The Roles of Teachers ...
    Works Consulted
    Introduction Traditionally recognized roles of teachers are being redefined; they are becoming classroom managers with increasing responsibilities and accountability for improving student progress and the quality of education programs. In this current wave of education reform, a key element for enabling teachers to successfully take on these more complex functions is being overlooked by policymakers, education practitioners, teacher educators, and professional and employee organizations: the important, but under-appreciated role of a skilled paraprofessional workforce to assist teachers and other professional educators.

    18. Workforce Network Of Kansas
    to the Governor and to state agencies to drive programs, or secondary and postsecondarytechnical education. Workforce Network of kansas 401 SW Topeka Blvd
    a proud member of Locate a WIA
    Training Provider
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    Future Events
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    me Programs and Services Post Secondary Education ... Useful Links
    Who We Are Workforce Network of Kansas - Design Components
    The Workforce Network of Kansas consists of several components with clear and distinct responsibilities. Its structure is driven by federal legislation, the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 plain language version ), even though appropriations for that program are not the largest source of revenue for employment and training services in Kansas. Advisory Responsibilities By Executive Order 01-06 , Governor Bill Graves designated the Workforce Network of Kansas Board as the state workforce investment board. By design, the Board is an advisory body consisting of 35 members appointed by the Governor. WIA mandates the ideal state workforce investment board membership structure. Over fifty percent of the membership of the Board must come from private industry. The balance of the board members represent government, education, community based organizations and labor. The Board meets five times each year, rotating the location of their meetings between the five Local Workforce Investment Areas Much of the work of the Board is accomplished through task forces. Task force membership typically consists of Board members and representatives from state and local agencies. Currently, the

    19. Greenbush - Home Page
    SPECTRA continues to work with kansas Medicaid to ensure that Local education agenciesand Early Childhood Intervention agencies have a voice in any Medicaid
    Search Our Site
    Site last updated: Monday, 10 February, 2003 12:37
    Special Education Claims Tracking LEA Third Party Medicaid Reimbursement Project About Spectra SPECTRA is a billing system used to track Medicaid eligible students with special health care needs that are Medicaid reimbursable and directly related to special education.
    • Local Education Agency, Special Education Bundled Billing, and Nursing Attendant Care Early Childhood Intervention, Fee for Service Billing, Family Service Coordination, and Developmental Intervention Head Start, Dental Services Billing

    20. Kansas State Resources
    Guide to programs available throughout the state.Category Regional North America Disability Information...... kansas State Resources. State agencies and Organizations. concerning this state, pleasecontact the office listed under Department of education Special education
    NICHCY State Resources : Kansas
    A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
    Kansas State Resources
    Table of Contents
    State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
    The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at and let us know.
    State Agencies and Organizations
    Age of Eligibility
    Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
    Honorable Sam Brownback (R)
    303 Hart Senate Office Building
    Washington, DC 20510

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