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  1. Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Board of Education of Massachusetts for the Years 1837-1838: Including the First Annual Report of the Board of Education, ... to Which Are Prefixed Lectures On Education
  2. Laws and Resolves Relating to Public Instruction in Massachusetts, Passed in 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853; Chronologically Arranged: A Supplement to the School ... the Secretary of the Board of Education, Mak by Massachusetts, 2010-03-24
  3. Rejoinder to the "Reply" of the Hon. Horace Mann: Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of education, to the "Remarks" of the Association of Boston masters, upon his Seventh annual report by Association of masters of the Boston public schools, 1845-01-01
  4. REJOINDER TO THE REPLY OF THE HON. HORACE MANN, Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, to the Remarks of the Association of Boston Masters, upon His Seventh Annual Report. by Author, 1845-01-01
  5. Rejoinder To The "reply" Of The Hon. Horace Mann, Secretary Of The Massachusetts Board Of Education, To The "remarks" Of The Association Of Boston Masters, Upon His Seventh Annual Report
  6. Report of the Board of Education of Massachusetts on agricultural education. Submitted to the Legislature of Massachusetts in accordance with resolves approved May 28 and June 10, 1910. January, 1911 by Massachusetts. Board of Education, 1911-12-31
  7. Rejoinder to the Reply of The Hon. Horace Mann, Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, to the Remarks of the Association of Boston Masters, Upon His Seventh Annual Report.
  8. Remarks on the seventh annual report of the Hon. Horace Mann, secretary of the Massachusetts board of education
  9. Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Board of Education of Massachusetts for the Years 1845-1848: And Oration Delivered Before the Authorities of the City of Boston, July 4, 1842
  10. Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Board of Education of Massachusetts for the Years 1839-1844
  11. French For Soldiers: Prepared For The Department Of University Extension Massachusetts Board Of Education (1917) by Arthur Fisher Whittem, Percy Waldron Long, 2010-09-10
  12. Report of the Board of Education of Massachusetts on agricultural education. Submitted to the Legisl by Massachusetts. Board of Education, 2009-11-19
  13. Reply to the Remarks of Thirty-One Boston Schoolmasters on the Seventh Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education.
  14. French For Soldiers: Prepared For The Department Of University Extension Massachusetts Board Of Education (1917) by Arthur Fisher Whittem, Percy Waldron Long, 2010-09-10

41. Sources And Resources
1 massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20001 phone (202) 4085505fax (202 National Association of State boards of education Association of

42. The Education Alliance: The LAB At Brown
members of state and local boards of education of Graduate Studies in education Universityof School/Community Collaboration University of massachusetts, Boston.
@import url(""); Introduction Mission National Leadership Regional Needs ... Site Tools
The regional governing board oversees the activities of the LAB and is involved in program planning, priority setting, and evaluation. The board's diligence and engagement have enabled the LAB to pursue a mission consistent with regional needs and our commitment to educational excellence and equity. The board's membership represents all nine states and territories in the region and includes all the chief state school officials in the region. The board represents a cross-section of education interests, including economically disadvantaged urban and rural areas. The board membership includes teachers, school administrators, parents, faculty and staff from institutions of higher education, educational researchers, and members of state and local boards of education.
Members of the Board:
Alice Carlan
Past president of the Rhode Island PTA
Alicia M. Castillo-Ortiz
Associate Professor

43. American Association Of School Administrators - Career Center
Illinois education Job Bank http// Kentucky School boards Associationhttp// massachusetts Association of School Committees, Inc.

44. Alternate Assessment
of this project was chosen to demonstrate that the massachusetts alternate assessment NationalAssociation of State boards of education NASBE represents

45. Pioneer Institute - Advisory Boards
Boston University; Robert M. Costrell, Professor of Economics, University of massachusetts,Amherst; Nathan Glazer, Professor Emeritus of education and Sociology

Board of Academic Advisors
  • Brigitte Berger , Professor of Sociology, Boston University
  • Robert M. Costrell , Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Nathan Glazer , Professor Emeritus of Education and Sociology, Harvard University
  • Jerome H. Grossman , Fellow, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Chairman Emeritus, Tufts-New England Medical Center
  • Howard Husock , Director of Case Studies, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
  • Jonathan B. Imber , Professor of Sociology, Wellesley College
  • Laurence J. Kotlikoff , Professor of Economics, Boston University
  • Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr. , Professor of Government, Harvard University
  • Jeffery Miron , Professor of Economics, Boston University
  • Richard Schmalensee , Dean, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Techonology
  • Abigail Thernstrom , Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute
Massachusetts Charter School Resource Center Advisory Board
  • Nancy Anthony , Fernwood Advisors, Inc.
  • Mario Borunda , Issacson, Miller
  • Barbara Hayes Buell , Bloom and Buell, Attorneys
  • Scott Izzo , R. K. Mellon Foundation

46. Staff
of education/Board of Higher education Commission on Teacher Preparation in massachusetts.He also serves on the boards of the massachusetts Cultural Council
Join Email List Site Search Contact TPI Site Map
TPI's Board of Directors
Joseph Breiteneicher,
TPI President and CEO
Alan Broadbent
Chair of The Maytree Foundation
David B. Arnold, Jr.
Trustee and Corporate Director
Brian Carty
President, Hill Holliday, New York.
Peggy Dulany Chair and Founder of Synergos Institute Stanley Goldstein Chairman and CEO, retired, CVS Corporation Stephen Lorch Management Consultant Melinda Marble Peter Nessen Chairman, NCN Financial Corp. David Squire Vice President, Brandeis University H. Peter Karoff Chairman/Founder, TPI Alan Broadbent Chairman of the TPI Board Alan is Chairman and CEO of Avana Capital Corporation and Jamscor Inc. He is also Chairman of Pace Integration Inc. and Chairman of the Maytree Foundation and the Caledon Institute of Social Policy - both of which focus on understanding and dealing with poverty in Canada. He is Founding Chairman of The Investor's Circle; Past Chairman of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs; and Convenor of the Greater Toronto Charter group and the C5 Initiative, the congress of Canada's big-city mayors. Some of his other activities include the Pacific Forest Trust (Past Chair); Private Foundations Canada (Founding Director); The Agora Foundation (Director); the Tides Canada Foundation (Director), and the Literary Review of Canada.

47. Curtis Huntington's Web Page
in Boston New England Mutual Life Insurance Company 501 Boylston Street Boston,massachusetts 021163707 TEL (617) 578-2459 FAX Editorial boards. education.
Curtis E. Huntington
Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan
525 East University
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1109
2864 East Hall
TEL: (313) 763-0293
FAX: (313) 763-0937
Addresses Courses Taught Editorial Boards Education ... Service
400 Maynard Street - Apt. 406
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 in Boston
780 Boylston St. - Apt. 20K Boston, Massachusetts 02199-7819 BUSINESS ADDRESS: in Boston New England Mutual Life Insurance Company 501 Boylston Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3707 TEL: (617) 578-2459 FAX: (617) 578-5520 e-mail:
(Selected) Courses Taught (at the University of Michigan)
Life Contingencies I (Math 520) - Fall 1993, Fall 1994 Life Contingencies II (Math 521) - Winter 1994, Winter 1995, Winter 1996, Winter 1997 Theory of Interest (Math 424) - Winter 1994, Fall 1995, Winter 1996 Risk Theory (Math 523) - Winter 1995 Personal Risk Management and Insurance (Math 422) - Fall 1996 Mathematics of Demography (M524) - Fall 1996 Survival Models and Construction of Tables (M524) - Winter 1997
Editorial Boards
Society of Actuaries: The Actuary - 1987-1996 Expanding Horizons - 1992-1994 American Academy of Actuaries: Contingencies - 1991-current International Actuarial Association: Bulletin - 1987-current Actuarial Faculty Forum: Conversations - 1989-current
1964 - B.A. University of Michigan (with distinction)

48. Eye On Education/Curriculum Frameworks
guidelines for what students across massachusetts should know and teams comprisedof Board of education members and of the Silber and Peyser boards decried the

Reform Act of 1993


No Child Left Behind

Education Reform Curriculum Frameworks The Massachusetts Education Reform Act, passed in June 1993, mandated the creation of curriculum frameworks for grades K-12 in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Technology, History and Social Science, World Languages, the Arts, and Health. Three months later, a committee established by the Massachusetts Department of Education (DOE) began searching for the answer to a simple question: What should young people know and be able to do when they graduate from high school? To develop an answer, the DOE first established a Commission on the Common Core of Learning. Headed by Massachusetts Board of Education Chair Martin S. Kaplan and Co-Chair Madelaine S. Marquez, the 40-member Commission included educators, policymakers, students, clergy, and representatives from business and community organizations. From September 1993 to June 1994, the Commission considered input on the proposed guidelines by an estimated 50,000 educators, policymakers, and other citizens across the state. Using this input, the Commission created general guidelines for what students across Massachusetts should know and be able to do upon graduation. The guidelines were adopted by the Board of Education and published as the Common Core of Learning.

49. Doherty, Wallace, Pillsbury & Murphy Law Office
in defending special education complaints before the massachusetts Bureau of Specialeducation Appeals Local boards of assessors seek guidance from the firm

  • Our Founders
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  • Contact Us ONE MONARCH PLACE, SUITE 1900 1414 MAIN STREET SPRINGFIELD, MA 01144-1900 TELEPHONE • 413-733-3111 FAX • 413-734-3910 MUNICIPAL Advising municipalities is an increasingly important part of the practice at Doherty, Wallace . The firm provides full-service representation to its municipal clients, including consultation with selectmen and other appointed and elected officials; commencing and defending litigation; and enforcement of local zoning and other ordinances. The municipal practice also includes representing and advising school districts on special education, student discipline, and other education-related matters. In addition to acting as town counsel for the towns of Longmeadow, Ludlow, and Russell, the firm has acted as special counsel to a number of municipalities in Western Massachusetts, including Springfield, Wilbraham, East Longmeadow, and Lenox. Doherty, Wallace
  • 50. Contact Information And Web Sites
    of Registration in Nursing Commonwealth of massachusetts 239 Causeway http// ofNursing License Certification and education 4330 S
    NURSING REGULATION Boards of Nursing Contact Information and Web sites
    What Boards Do
    Contact Information and Web sites Complaints Policies
    Click on any link below to obtain specific state board of nursing information. Alabama Louisiana Pennsylvania Alaska ... Oregon
    Contact Information and Web Sites Alabama Board of Nursing
    770 Washington Avenue
    RSA Plaza, Ste 250
    Montgomery, AL 36130-3900 Phone: (334) 242-4060
    FAX: (334) 242-4360
    Contact Person: N. Genell Lee, MSN, JD, RN, Executive Officer Web Site: Alaska Board of Nursing
    550 West Seventh Avenue Suite 1500
    Anchorage, Alaska 99501-3567

    51. Learning First Alliance Members
    G. Thomas Houlihan, Executive Director One massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 700 Washington,DC 20001 National Association of State boards of education (NASBE).
    Our members, officers and staff are listed on this page; click on the listing below for a detailed profile. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
    American Association of School Administrators

    American Federation of Teachers

    Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
    ... American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) AACTE is a national, voluntary organization of colleges and universities with undergraduate and/or graduate programs to prepare professional educators. Located in the National Center for Higher Education in Washington, D.C., the Association is the major catalyst for initiative and innovation in teacher education. The Association's more than 700 member institutions include private, state, and municipal colleges and universities and together, they graduate more than 85 percent of new school personnel entering the profession each year in the United States. In addition, AACTE has a small but growing number of affiliate members, including state departments of education, educational laboratories and centers, and foreign institutions and organizations. ALLIANCE REPRESENTATIVES: David Imig, President/Chief Executive Officer

    52. Wareham's Hometown Portal Education Guide
    Click for Wareham, massachusetts Forecast. Free signup, newsletters, Reunion updates,Reconnect with friends on the message boards. Local education Guide.

    This site is hosted by
    Netfirms Web Hosting
    Wareham, Massachusetts
    Home Town Portal
    Homepage Community Businesses Governnment ... Health Education Library News Sports Travel/Lodging ... Shopping Emergency Services

    this page link
    to a friend.
    Read guestbook

    Sign guestbook

    to the webmaster
    WAREHAM: 1180 Alumni Listed Free sign-up, newsletters, Reunion updates, Reconnect with friends on the message boards. Like Try highschool may have friends not registered in The author is a member of Here is an online for your convenience. Our Annual SCHOOL CALENDAR 2002-2003 September 3, 2002 - First Day - Schools Open, plus complete schedule and Holiday/Vacation schedule.
    Local Education Guide
    Wareham Public Schools, Libraries and other sources of learning.
      Wareham Public Schools
    • February Vacation - Schools Close February 14, 2003 at the end of the school day. WHS VIKINGS
    • Wareham High School One Viking Drive Wareham, MA 02571 WHS Library offers information about the high school library and how to use it. Library Hours

    53. State Action For Education Leadership: Introduction
    Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, massachusetts, Missouri, Montana superintendentsand district boards and will policies to improve education and professional
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    Education Program
    State Action for Educational Leadership Project (SAELP) Schools today are constantly changing. There is increased pressure on public schools to provide an adequate education to a student body that is more racially, economically and developmentally diverse than in the past. As schools and school districts are subject to closer scrutiny by legislatures and the general public, the need for effective school leaders is becoming more apparent. State policymakers are looking at ways to enhance the overall education improvement package by increasing the recruitment and retention of school leaders such as principals and superintendents. NCSL has joined the Council of Chief State School Officers, the Education Commission of the States, the National Association of State Boards of Education, and the National Governors Association to form a national consortium. The organizations have received funding from the Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund to help enact policies and programs to improve the quality of education leaders in the states under the State Action for Education Leadership Project (SAELP). Fifteen states including Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia have received grants of $250,000 over two years to implement state policies to strengthen school leadership. All 15 states will be working with targeted school districts within their states to demonstrate the effectiveness of the policies implemented under the SAELP project.

    54. Wheelock College, NASW Licensing Information
    by the Council on Social Work education. of the Association of Social Work boards(ASWB In massachusetts, Sylvan Testing Centers currently administers the test
    Prepared as a service to the members of NASW and revised 8/01 Who Must be Licensed? General Licensing Information Resources Regarding Licensing How to Obtain a License ... Reciprocity WHO MUST BE LICENSED
    Council on Social Work Education . Practicing social work without a license or performing functions reserved for a higher licensing level is punishable by fine and/or imprisonment. Licensing allows state governments to verify that a social worker has the skills and knowledge to practice safely and to monitor the professional conduct of social workers.
    The Massachusetts Board of Registration of Social Workers (The Board) protects the public by promulgating and enforcing regulations for which licensees are held accountable. The Regulations contain the rules and standards governing professional ethics and practice and explains the qualifications and functions for each license level. Every social worker should have a copy of the Regulations. To obtain a copy, contact the Board of Registration or download it from their website:

    55. Appendix A: References And Materials
    (1995). Plans policies for technology in education A compendium. Alexandria,VA National School boards Association. massachusetts Software Council. (1994).
    Appendix A: References and Materials
    Alexandria, VA: National School Boards Association. The executive guide to strategic planning . San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Technology in education: Looking toward 2020 (pp. 231-264). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Cradler, J. (1994, June/July). Past, present and future. THRUST for Educational Leadership, 24 Cradler, J. (1994). Planning for technology applications in education (Monograph #6). San Diego, CA: California League of Middle Schools. Cradler, J. (1994). School-based technology use planning. Educational IRM Quarterly, 3 Cradler, J. (1994). Summary of current research and evaluation findings on technology in education . San Francisco, CA: Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development. Comparison of Educational Technology and Telecommunications Plans. San Francisco, CA: Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development. Goals 2000: Educate America act. Technology in education reform. San Francisco, CA: Far West Laboratory for Educational Research and Development. Technology planning to support education reform: Information and resources to support the integration of technology into state planning for educational reform under Goals 2000. Executive summary.

    56. Economic Studies: Education: External
    Teachers Association National School boards Association (NSBA FIPSE) National Libraryof education (NLE) Office Brookings Institution, 1775 massachusetts Ave NW

    Higher Education

    School Choice

    External Resources
    Education Home

    Research Home

    American Educational Research Association
    American Federation of Teachers
    (AFT) Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Center for Education Reform Children First America Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Council of Chief State School Officers Council of the Great City Schools The Chronicle of Higher Education Education Commission of the States ... International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA) National Council for the Social Sciences National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Education Association (NEA) National Parent Teachers Association National School Boards Association (NSBA) National Science Teachers Association Teacher Magazine Thomas B. Fordham Foundation

    57. Science Framework For The 1996 And 2000 National Assessment Of Educational Progr
    National Association of State boards of education Champagne Professor School of educationState University Teacher Shady Hill School Cambridge, massachusetts.
    Appendix E
    Consensus Committees and Project Staff NAEP Science Consensus Project Team Staff Ramsay W. Selden

    State Education Assessment Center
    Council of Chief State School Officers Richard C. Clark
    Consensus Coordinator
    Council of Chief State School Officers Julia H. Mitchell
    Associate Research Scientist
    American Institutes for Research Senta A. Raizen
    National Center for Improving Science Education Bonnie L. Verrico Administrative Assistant Council of Chief State School Officers Steering Committee Members William O. Baker, Retired Murray Hill, New Jersey Mary Louise Bellamy Education Director National Association of Biology Teachers Reston, Virginia Frank Betts Director Curriculum Technology Center Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Alexandria, Virginia William B. Campbell Executive Director National Industry Council for Science Education College Park, Maryland Glenn A. Crosby Professor Chemistry Department Washington State University Pullman, Washington

    58. Web Of Education
    state licensing board for Continuing education acquisition, as Association of SocialWork boards (ASWB) 400 2299 (410) 7644788 massachusetts Commonwealth of
    Our courses meet the requirements for acceptable Continuing Education Programs for social service professionals in numerous states. To determine whether our courses meet content requirements of your state, include 'licensing state' and 'profession' in your course search criteria. With each course a comprehensive list of all states in which the course serves as acceptable Continuing Education is also provided.
    As it is ultimately the responsibility of each licensee to keep abreast of the current rules and regulations of his/her respective licensing board, please contact your state licensing board with any questions regarding licensure renewal, continuing education requirements and requirements for acceptable continuing education courses, programs and sponsors. Note whether the "Internet" and/or "Home Study" are considered acceptable mediums by your state licensing board for Continuing Education acquisition, as well as the number of credits that may be earned in each of these mediums. A comprehensive list of licensing boards is provided below.
    Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
    400 South Ridge Parkway
    Culpeper, VA 22701

    59. NGA Center For Best Practices
    Kentucky, massachusetts, and Minnesota successfully established communicating statepriorities to governing boards. orientation and education programs both at,1188,C_ISSUE_BRIEF^D_1508,00.html
    NGA Home Center Home Governors News Room ... Legislative Update Issues Coordinated School Health Early Childhood Extra Learning Opportunities Higher Education ... Turning Around Low Performing Schools What's New NCLB: Public School Choice Draft Guidance
    NGA summary of No Child Left Behind's draft public school choice guidance.... NCLB: Draft Guidance about the Impact of Title I on Charter Schools
    NGA summary of draft guidance about the impact of No Child Left Behind's Title I... NCLB: Promising Practices
    Summaries and links to No Child Left Behind promising practices.... NCLB: School Choice Promising Practices
    NGA summary of promisng state practices for implementing No Child Left Behind's choice provisions, and... NCLB: Supplemental Services Promising Practices
    NGA summary of promising state practices regarding No Child Left Behind's supplemental services provisions, and... All Documents
    Education and the States
    Text Version Five Actions for Higher Education Governance Contact: Kristin Conklin
    Education Policy Studies Steps to strengthen board member selection, education, and decision-making.

    60. Massachusetts Hall Of Fame For Science Educators - Cleti Cervoni (1997)
    Cleti is on the advisory boards of many Affairs Advisory Group on Environmental education,the Coalition for the of Science, and Project WILD in massachusetts.
    Cleti Cervoni (1997) Home Members (listed alphabetically) Members (listed by year of induction) Induction Ceremonies ... Electronic Feedback Form 2001 Inductees: Margret Andersen Alfred Benbenek Miriam Cooper
    Edward DeSchuytner
    ... Chauncy Waldron Cleti Cervoni received her bachelor's degree in Biology from Salem State College. She taught high school biology for two years before pursuing her Masters of Education degree at the University of New Hampshire. She has studied Marine biology at Bowdoin, Mountain Leadership with the Appalachian Mountain Club, and Learning Styles with Bernice McCarthy. She is currently studying at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She has taught science and mathematics at Salem State College and continues to teach courses for teachers through the Northeast consortium, a program of the State Department of Education and Salem State College. Cleti has been involved with designing and teaching education programs for the Massachusetts Audubon Society for twenty years. Among her responsibilities in her current position as Director of Education are: the development of programs on environmental education, training and staff development for over 30 educators at 18 Society-staffed sanctuaries, and management of the Society's Education Department. The Education Department includes a Publications Office, a Curriculum and Natural History Library, a Curriculum and Professional Development Coordinator, a summer residential camp, the Society's Master Naturalist, and the Attleboro Environmental Education Program.

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