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81. FinAid | Other Types Of Aid | US State Government Aid
3883300. -or-. massachusetts Higher education Information Center666 Boylston St. Boston, massachusetts 20116 (617) 536-0200 x4719.
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. Resources
On this page you will find the contact information for the following Mass. StateAgencies Dept. massachusetts Department of education (DOE) Program Quality
Resources Individualized Education Program (IEP) Your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) is developed at the Team meeting and represents a formal agreement about the services that the school will provide for your child's special education needs. The IEP is a contract between you and the school. As with any contract you should make sure you fully understand the terms to which you are agreeing and make certain that everything that was agreed to verbally is written in the contract. (From the A Parent's Guide to Special Education, a Joint Publication of the Federation for Children with Special Needs and the Mass. Department of Education)
IEP Forms - IEP 1-8
(available in two formats, WP and PDF) PL 1 and PL 2, New Placement forms (to be used no later than January 2003) Parent's Rights Brochure IEP Process Guide (June 2001) , by the Mass. Department of Education DOE Announcements Special Education Report to the Legislature , 3 page report on MCAS (Dec. 1, 2002)
Question and Answer Guide on Special Education Extended School Year Programs

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83. Training And Development Consortium Page
must target needs of state/local education agencies, health departments Wende AaronsonMassachusetts Dept, Deborah Haber education Development Center
What is the Training and Development Consortium?
TDC Competency Development Project
The TDC is beginning work to draft a set of "competencies" for SEA/LEA project managers. Described by professional literature as "a cluster of related knowledge, attitudes, and skills that affects a major part of one's job, role, or responsibility," comptencies correlate with performance on a job and can be measured against standards. For the TDC, it is important to note that competencies can be improved through training and development. Once developed, competencies would enable SEA/LEA (HIV/CSHP) project managers to:
  • better understand the competencies needed for carrying out project tasks within the agency better understand staff professional development needs select appropriate professional development activities utilize professional development activities for continuous improvement
In addition, competencies could be used by:
  • TDC members to collect information on the needs of SEA/LEA staff attending TDC events TDC members to develop and tailor TDC events to meet the developmental needs of SEA/LEA staff attending them CDC project officers to discuss professional development selections and outcomes with SEA/LEA managers
Over the coming months, the TDC will engage in a process that will result in the development of draft competencies to be piloted in the Summer/Fall 2001. As part of this process, a 15-member working group, composed of LEA and SEA managers and TDC members, will convene in February. This group will develop a draft document that will be sent to a broader audience for review.

84. DEM- Coastal Access Program - Links To Other Agencies
Links to Other agencies. EPA’s Environmental education Grants http// MassachusettsEarth Force http// Coastal Access
Links to Other Agencies
Land Acquisition Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition
The Trustees of Reservations
The Nature Conservancy/Massachusetts Chapter
The Conservation Fund
Trust for Public Land
Land Trust Alliance
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Cape Cod Land Bank
Essex County Greenbelt Association
Nantucket Land Bank Commission
Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank Coastal Access Legal and Mediation Service The Massachusetts Coast Guide: Access to Public Open Spaces Along the Shoreline The Massachusetts Historical Society American Association for State and Local History

85. MBHP > Housing Consumer Education Center
Consumer education Center at MBHP is a venture of the massachusetts Department ofHousing and Community Development. The statewide Web site,
get it for free Section 8 Waiting List For Tenants For Property Owners Housing Consumer
Education Center
tenant resources

landlord resources
Real Estate Services News ... About MBHP
125 Lincoln Street
Boston, MA 02111
Fax 617-426-4256
April 2, 2003 The Housing Consumer Education Center at MBHP is a venture of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development. The statewide Web site, Please visit our resources for tenants and for landlords Contact
Stevan Lent, Housing Consumer Education Center Coordinator

86. OAT - Grantees Directory - Massachusetts
7696 or Native American health centers, mental healthagencies. followups, home health diabetes education, nutrition counseling
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MICHIGAN Rural Telehealth and Community Education Network
Congressionally Mandated Project 2001-2002
Central Michigan University
The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow
College of Health Professions
104 Powers Hall
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859

Marvis Lary, Ph.D
Ph: 989-774-1850 Fax: 989-774-1853 Project Partners: Rural hospitals, county health and human services agencies, colleges, public schools, health agencies and Area Health Education Centers, and the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan Service Area: Four counties in Michigan in Phase I Major Services: Health education and resources, information on reducing risk factors (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, weight management, physical activity, etc.), health referral resources/providers, interactive health information applications, health assessment data, K-12 school health education Equipment: Transmission: Web-based, DSL, ISDN; OC-3 link (155.52 Mbps).

87. Education Organizations & Agencies
education Organizations agencies. of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) 1 MassachusettsAvenue NW education Commission of the States 707 17th Street, Suite ACT
2201 N. Dodge St.
P.O. Box 168
Iowa City, Iowa 52243-0168
Phone: 319/337-1000
Fax: 319/339-3021
Association For Supervision and Curriculum Development
1703 North Beaurgard Street
Alexandria, VA 22311-1714 USA
(800) 933-ASCD (2723)
Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) 1517 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Fax: (916) 444-3245 Association of California Urban School Districts Karin Polacheck, President 1130 K Street, Suite 205 Sacramento, CA 95814 Fax: (916) 446-1325 E-mail: Association of Low Wealth Schools 925 L Street, Suite 600 Sacramento, CA 95813 Fax: (916) 448-4808 Bilingual Vocational Services 326 South A Street Oxnard, CA 93032 Fax: (805) 385-3202 California Alliance For Public Schools 1510 J Street, Suite 210 Sacramento, CA 95814 California Association for Bilingual Education 660 S. Figueroa St, Suite 1040 Los Angeles, CA 90017

88. Parents Helping Parents - The Roundtable Of Support, Inc. - Links The massachusetts Association For Mental Health (MAMH) web site provideseducation, advocacy, leadership and information to agencies, individuals
The content and views discussed on the following web sites do not reflect
the opinions or policies of Parents Helping Parents.

GENERAL: Massachusetts
GENERAL: Massachusetts United Way of Massachusetts Bay:
The United Way of Massachusetts Bay is a community-focused non-profit organization dedicated to improving peoples' lives in the 80 immediate cities and towns throughout the Greater Boston region. This site describes their many initiatives and activities. Massachusetts Department of Social Services:
The Massachusetts Department of Social Services (DSS) offers a range of services across the Commonwealth to protect youngsters and help parents. This site describes DSS' work with children and families.
Massachusetts Children's Trust Fund:

89. Worcester Regional Research Bureau
A nonprofit, non-partisan, independent organization with a public service mission to study the city's Category Regional North America Worcester Society and Culture...... Role of Regional Planning agencies in Facilitating which discusses income and educationdata from regional organizations in Central massachusetts, the Research
The Worcester Regional Research Bureau is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to conducting independent, non-partisan research on financial, administrative, management and community issues facing Worcester's municipal government and the surrounding region.
Press Releases and Announcements
Recent Reports
Did You Know?
If the City reduces its contribution to municipal employee health insurance to 75% from the current 87% or 90%, the City could save $6.8 million in FY04. If the City eliminated the two engine companies from the Central Street fire station after it closes and reassigns those firefighters to other companies, the City could save $640,000 in FY04.
Tough Choices for Tough Times: Worcester's FY04 Budget (725K PDF)
Report No. 03-02

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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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91. State Education Agency
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92. 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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93. Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies
Regional Institutional Accrediting agencies. status ) of institutions of higher educationin Connecticut, Maine, massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode
Regional Institutional Accrediting Agencies The dates specified for each entry are the date of initial listing as a recognized agency, the date of the Secretary's most recent grant of renewed recognition, and the date of the agency's next scheduled review for renewal of recognition by the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity. (Note: S = Spring meeting and F = Fall meeting) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Higher Education
Scope of recognition: the accreditation and preaccreditation ("Candidacy status") of institutions of higher education in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, including distance education programs offered at those institutions. Jean Avnet Morse, Executive Director
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Tel. (215) 662-5606, Fax (215) 662-5950
E-mail address:

94. State Profiles : Introduction
service, also links back to the home page To date, more than 5,900Massachusetts residents have qualified for education awards totaling
Projects In Your State
Massachusetts Service Alliance

Nancy Korman, Chair
George Keverian, Honorary Chair
Patricia Deyton, Vice Chair
Sally Fuller, Vice Chair
Marilyn Anderson Chase
Larry Bailis
Julie Bartsch
Ruth Bramson
Paul Buttenwieser Robert Durand Robert Fortes Lillian Glickman Pamela Jones John Judge Scott Kalicki Jack King Natalie Lashmit Anne Messier Leonard Pierce Claire Redmond Emily Ryan Robert Willington Barbara Canyes, Ex-Officio Mal Coles, Ex-Officio David Driscoll, Ex-Officio Elizabeth Morse, Ex-Officio John Bynoe, Permanent Designee Meg Colclough, Permanent Designee Sheila Donahue King, Permanent Designee Jane Kadlubkiewicz, Permanent Designee "The best reason to love AmeriCorps is that AmeriCorps works. AmeriCorps members do concrete things that change people's lives. They plant trees and build houses and help find adoptive homes for needy kids. They strengthen the communities of our Commonwealth and they ensure a brighter future for us all." Former Governor William Weld, at the 1996 Opening Day and Swearing in AmeriCorps Ceremony in Boston

95. College And University Accrediting Agencies
agencies These are the mainstream agencies Recognized by the of institutions of highereducation in Connecticut, Maine, massachusetts, New Hampshire

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. Workforce ATM
Featured Headlines March 20, 2003 HR 444House Committee Report Readthe House education and the Workforce Committee Report House Rept.
Workforce ATM Features Subject Locator Adult Training AJLA (Formerly AWTS) Annual Reports Appropriations Awards CareerOneStop CESER Products Classified Ads Committees/Usergroups Cost Allocation Plans Dislocated Worker/TAA Eligible Training Providers Employer Services Employment/Core Services Equal Opportunity ES Program Letters Fact Sheets Faith and Community Based Organizations Federal Policy Directives Federal Register Notices Field Memorandums Foreign Labor Certification International Information IT Compendiums ITAs Join WRIS Legislation LMI/Employment Statistics Marketing MOUs/Agreements NASWA Policies NASWA Testimony/Letters National Business Engagement Initiative O*NET/Skills One Stop Operating Tools One Stop/WIA Implementation Performance Measures Personal Re-Employment Accounts Quality Initiatives Speeches Staff Development State Practices TANF Tax Credits TEGLs TEINs TENs Testimony/Letters Topic Links UI Benefits Extension UI Program Letters UI-PTS Info UI/ES Reform UIPTS Newsletter Unemployment Insurance Vet Program Letters Veterans Title 38 Veterans' Services Vocational Education Vocational Rehabilitation Welfare Welfare-to-Work WIA Reauthorization Worker Protection Workforce Information Council WRIS Background WRIS Facts WRIS Reports WRIS Watch Youth Services Advanced Search Workforce News Around the Nation
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97. Massachusetts Health And Education Facilities Authority (HEFA) Press Releases
3/27/02 University of massachusetts raises capital for patient access 4/17/01 Ratingagencies and investors a Record Year for Higher education Financings at
For more information, please call 617.737.8377 or contact Liam Sullivan,
Worcester State College sells $14 million in bonds through HEFA,

conducts sale electronically and earns very low rate

HEFA opens satellite office in Union Station, HEFA’s PowerOptions program saves city $2.5M
Amherst College refinances debt and modernizes facilities with $40 million issuance

98. Project Partners - National HIV Education
education, and other relevant agencies in preventing State School Officers One MassachusettsAvenue, NW education Development Center 55 Chapel Street, Newton
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Adolescent and School Health Home Contact Us
Adolescent and School Health Home
About the Program ... Contact Us
Project Partners
National HIV Education
CDC provides funding to national organizations with the capacity and experience to assist state and local education agencies, institutions of higher education, and other relevant agencies in preventing behaviors that place young people at risk for HIV infection, STDs, and other important health problems.
Advocates for Youth
1025 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20005
  • Kayla Jackson (202) 347-5700
    Fax: (202) 347-2263
American Association for Health Education 1900 Association Drive Reston, VA 20191-1599
  • Deborah Fortune (703) 476-3439 E-mail: Fax: (703) 476-6638 URL:
American Psychological Association 750 First Street, NE

99. 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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Click here for the back.

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:

100. Federal Emergency Management Agency

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