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81. FinAid | Other Types Of Aid | US State Government Aid
maryland maryland Higher education Commission Jeffrey Building, 16 FrancisStreet Annapolis, maryland 214011781 (410) 974-2971. -or-.
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

82. | Locator - General Agencies » Locator » General agencies. Mr. James Winkler, General Secretary 100Maryland Avenue, NE Staff Directory BOARD OF HIGHER education AND MINISTRY Dr Locator » General Agencies
Affiliated Organizations
Annual Conferences Bishops/Episcopal Areas Camping/Retreat Centers ... Churchwide General Agencies
Mr. James Winkler, General Secretary
100 Maryland Avenue, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002-5664
FAX (202) 488-5699 Legislative Hotline: 1-800-455-2645
Online staff directory

The Rev. Karen Greenwaldt, General Secretary
(1908 Grand Ave., 37212)
P.O. Box 340003 Nashville, TN 37203-0003 Toll free: (877) 899-2780 FAX (615) 340-7019 Email: Website:
The Rev. R. Randy Day, General Secretary 475 Riverside Drive, Room 350 New York, NY 10115-0111 FAX (212) 870-3748 Email:

Legal responsibilities of educational agencies serving language minority Avenue, Suite655 Chevy Chase, maryland 20815, phone 6578782 e-mail

84. Educational Technology Cooperative SEIR*TEC
Master Plan guides all state agencies and education institutions' technology policy.For further information, please contact Bill Thomas,
State Technology Plans
This listing shows state technology plans, guidelines and technical specifications available through state education agencies' websites for 16 states. Alabama - State Technology Plan - IMPACT Arkansas - Educational Technology Plan Delaware - the comprehensive Delaware Information Technology Plan FY2002 - FY2004 includes all State agencies including the state Department of Public Instruction. Other regulations of the Delaware Department of Education are also online. Florida - The Educational Technology Plan for the state of Florida was approved in October 2000. Georgia - Statewide Education Technology Plan Blueprint Kentucky - Master Plan for Educational Technology (PDF Format) Louisiana - Resources for Educational Planning includes the current state technology plan and draft revision as well as other planning materials. Maryland - Technology Plan Mississippi - Master Plan for Technology North Carolina - North Carolina Instructional Technology Plan Oklahoma - Instructional Technology Plan South Carolina - Technology Plans Tennessee - 2001-2002 State of Tennessee Information Systems Plan Texas- Long-Range Plan for Technology 1996-2010 Virginia-

85. Resources For Education Policy Issues
the midAtlantic regionDelaware, maryland, New Jersey research and development assistanceto education, government, community agencies, business and
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.

86. Taking TCO To The Classroom
Available at 19992003, prepared for the MarylandState Board about the technology capabilities of local education agencies.
State Perspectives on TCO-Related Issues A number of states conduct regular surveys and inventories to assess how their schools are progressing in managing a variety of TCO-related issues. Here are some examples: California: The State Department of Education, along with the California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) conducts an annual survey on the amount and type of technology in schools. Schools are asked to update their data annually. See Florida: The Florida Department of Education's Division of Technology conducts an annual Technology Resources Survey that measures the progress that schools in that state have made toward specific technology goals. See Maryland: The state has created an online data base to let schools provide information for the state's technology inventory. Details are available at Massachusetts: The state of Massachusetts collects annual data from school tech plans to track state-wide benchmarks for such things as tech support levels, staff development and high-speed bandwidth. More information is available at

Iowa Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana Maine maryland Massachusetts Michigan by the US Departmentof education and is Web Address http// Send comments to

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Links to Educational Resources State Departments of Education Click on the image map or the text links below to link to a particular state's Department of Education or similar organization. Alabama


Return to: Home Popular Topics Links to Educational Resources ERIC/EECE is funded by the U.S. Department of Education
and is located at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Children's Research Center; 51 Gerty Drive; Champaign, IL 61820-7469
Phone: 217/333-1386 or 800/583-4135; Fax: 217/333-3767
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88. The ARC Of MD - Ask Me
us at (410) 9746139 or written expressed permission from TheArc of maryland. receiving services from ten provider agencies (including day
"Advocating for people with mental retardation and their families; empowering self-advocates"
If you would
like a hard copy of The Arc of Maryland's
SPACE curriculum
please contact us at

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You can make a difference Extended School Year Services (ESY) Information Legislative Alerts Photo Gallery Translate this site to another language The Arc of Maryland Programs Ask Me! Gender Violence Prevention Project Community Integration Scholarship Program The Eastern Shore Mentoring Program ... The Arc of Maryland Education Committee What Is the Ask Me! sm Project? Ask Me! sm is a Consumer Satisfaction Evaluation administered by The Arc of Maryland for the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) in collaboration with the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council. In Year 6, 1000 individuals will be surveyed about their quality of life and satisfaction with services. Interviews are conducted by trained interviewers with developmental disabilities who receive DDA-funded services. The Project is unique for the following reasons: We believe persons with developmental disabilities are in a better position to elicit more meaningful responses from other individuals in DDA-funded programs than more traditional surveyors, as a result of their first-hand understanding of DDA services.

89. State Education Agency
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90. Directory Of State Grant Agencies
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Please update your bookmarks. To reduce duplication of effort we have gathered this information from various locations on our web site and now use a consolidated database for these organizations. If your browser does not automatically redirect you to the new location in less than 10 seconds please click here Page last modified: March 05, 2001 ( eal Return to ... Finding Out About Financial Aid
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91. Offices Staff - About ED - US Department Of Education
office is in Federal Office Building 6 at 400 maryland Avenue. representatives serveas liaisons to state, local, and private education organizations and as

92. Public Relations Society Of America, Maryland Chapter
Please do not hit the reply button to respond to this message. Instead, contactPRSA maryland at or 410.752.7718 if you have any questions.
Branding Boot Camp
Featuring "Queen" of Branding &
Marketing Strategist Laura Ries
April 22, 2003 Buy the book online! According to best-selling author Laura Ries , today's major brands are born with publicity, not advertising. She says that an astonishing number of brands, including Palm, Starbucks, the Body Shop, Wal-Mart, Red Bull and Zara have been built with virtually no advertising at all. How can we as public relations practitioners position ourselves as builders of brands? Find out from Ries as she leads a captivating discussion on how corporations have built brands that last; how to develop a brand strategy; how to use brand attributes in your messages; and how to integrate branding throughout your organization. more...
©2003 PRSA Maryland Chapter
720 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: 410.752.3318

93. RSPH Public Health InfoLinks: U.S. Government Agencies - State And Local
Family Health Administrations Western maryland Area Health MidMissouri Area HealthEducation Center BJC and records management agencies National Conference of
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

would harm other critical services education, health, public Sponsored by MarylandNonprofit Action Network. Welcome to – the place where you
Two ways to get involved: Participate in any of 11 ActionAlerts sponsored by 7 organizations nationwide. Sign up to receive Action Alerts from a Partner listed below.
California Association of Nonprofits
Center for Non-Profit Corporations (NJ) Action Center Colorado Association of Nonprofit Organizations Connecticut Association of Nonprofits ... Support AB 1237
Dear Can Energy Forum Participants:
Do you want to save money, protect the environment, and preserve essential nonprofit services?
AB 1237: Energy Efficiency Improvement Assistance for Nonprofits
(Simon Salinas, D., Salinas). This CAN-sponsored legislation is the first step in opening new doors for nonprofits to reduce their energy costs. A sample letter is attached letter for you to use as a guideline. Please remember " around them. You need to remove them before you can send this letter!
Sponsored by California Association of Nonprofits CARE Act 2003
Dear CAN Member,
The 2003 CARE Act will encourage increased opportunities for charitable giving. It may come up for a vote in the Senate as early as Tuesday, April 8th. Act NOW and let our senators know that the CARE Act is important to nonprofits in California (and around the country). The letter must be sent today if possible since they may vote on the bill tomorrow.
Sponsored by California Association of Nonprofits Breaking News: Senate to vote on CARE Act! Urge Senators Levin and Stabenow to vote YES!

95. College And University Accrediting Agencies
agencies These are the mainstream agencies Recognized by of institutions of highereducation in Delaware, the District of Columbia, maryland, New Jersey

Online College Degrees
Online College Certificates On-Campus Colleges
Financial Aid
... Resources Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies
These are the mainstream agencies Recognized by the Department of Education.
We recommend investigating individual schools for information on their accreditation status.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education
Scope of recognition: the accreditation and preaccreditation ("Candidate for Accreditation") of institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Republic of Panama and a limited number of free-standing American-style institutions abroad that are chartered or licensed by an appropriate agency within the Middle States region.
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Tel. (215) 662-5606, Fax (215) 662-5950

96. EE Link: State - MD
maryland nonprofit organizations, environmental education centers, and public agenciesworking in the and Chesapeake Bay experiences in maryland schools.

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97. TSSA (Technology Standards For School Administrators)
Technology Standards for School Administrators (TSSA) Collaborative Purpose To developa national consensus on Technology Standards for School Administrators.
Technology Standards
School Administrators (TSSA)
Collaborative Purpose:

To develop a national consensus on Technology Standards for School Administrators. TSSA News
TSSA Document
Click here to view the full TSSA Document (PDF) ANNOUNCING! ISTE adopts the TSSA standards as the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS*A). (PDF Format 02/28/02 Printer Friendly Version)
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ISTE adopts the TSSA standards as the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS*A). ... (PDF Format 02/15/02)
The TSSA Collaborative includes: PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS Not-for-profit organizations that have applied and been approved by the TSSA Collaborative as Participating Organizations in the TSSA Standards Initiative are committed to s upporting the standards by providing expertise in the development and refinement of the standards, assistance in disseminating the standards, and support in implementing the TSSA Standards. Current members are:

98. Federal Emergency Management Agency
Hazards Assistance Flood Maps NPSC ... Region X Search U.S. Fire Admin Tribal FEMA for Kids Cerro Grande ... E-Gov - Links
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Operation LIBERTY SHIELD is a comprehensive national plan designed to increase protections for America's citizens and infrastructure while maintaining the free flow of goods and people across our border with minimal disruption to our economy and way of life. Operation LIBERTY SHIELD is a multi-department, multi-agency, national team effort. It includes:
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