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41. Higher Education Partnership Links
Links to Other States' education and Higher education agencies michigan, michiganDepartment of education, MDE Office of Higher education Partnership PO Box 761


Links to Other Education Resources
Links to Other States' Education and Higher Education Agencies
State State Education Department State Higher
Education Agency Alabama Alabama State Department of Education Alabama Commission for
Higher Education
Alaska Alaska Department of Education University of Alaska
Board of Regents
Arizona Arizona Department of Education Arizona Commission for
Postsecondary Education
Arkansas Arkansas State Department of Education Arkansas Institutions of
Higher Education
California California Department of Education - Goldmine California Postsecondary Education Commission Colorado Colorado Department of Education Colorado Commission on Higher Education Connecticut Connecticut State Education Department Board of Governors for Higher Education Delaware Delaware State Department of Education Delaware Higher Education Commission Washington D.C

served as well as michigan Department of education math, science specialists andinstructional specialists,; Form partnerships with service agencies such as
PROJECT GOALS The MiRSI has the following goals:
  • The improvement of science, mathematics and technology education in rural, economically disadvantaged regions of the state of Michigan, including using interactive technologies for instructional delivery and teacher training, The implementation of valid and sustained systemic change within chosen districts, The preparation of a technologically competent workforce that supports economic development within a community or region by strengthening the science, mathematics and technology capacities within schools, The enhancement of scientific literacy and appreciation, and The development of community infrastructure to provide resources to sustaining educational improvements. The following activities are part of the twelve-month planning cycle and include; development of a Management Team consisting of 14 members representing all aspects of this effort
  • 43. Mid-Michigan Community Action Agency
    On, Child Care, Head Start, michigan School Readiness Inclusion Preschool Program,Vocational education for Child Assistance to other agencies, Grant Writing on
    Office Park West, 516 S. Creyts Road, Suite A, Lansing MI 48917, PH: 321-7500 FAX: 321-7504
    AIM Member Agencies Great Lakes RCAP ... Contact Us
  • Mid-Michigan Community Action Agency
  • Board Chair: Mr. Larry Morlock
    Gary Gilbert, Executive Director
    1141 N. McEwan
    Clare, MI 48617
    Phone: (989)386-3805
    Fax: (989)386-3277
    Email: Counties served: Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Mecosta, Midland, and Osceola Home AIM Member Agencies Great Lakes RCAP ... Contact Us

    44. RRFC Network
    funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of educationprograms, practices Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, michigan, Minnesota, Missouri
    RRFC Network
    About the FRC Conferences Federal
    ... Publications RRFC Network Technical
    What's New
    Home The Regional Resource and Federal Centers (RRFC) Network is comprised of the six Regional Resource Centers for Special Education and the FRC.
    listing of states by RRC
    What are the Regional Resource Centers?
    The six Regional Resource Centers (RRCs) are specifically funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices, and policies that affect children and youth with disabilities. The RRCs help states and U.S. jurisdictions find integrated solutions for systemic reform, offering consultation, information services, technical assistance, training, and product development. The beneficiaries of the RRCs' work are children and youth with disabilities, and the families and professionals associated with them.
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    Which RRC serves my state?

    45. OSEP Technical Assistance And Dissemination Network Projects
    Consists of over 40 projects funded by the United States Department of education's Office of Special Category Reference education Special education...... served include Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, michigan, Minnesota, Missouri 3808 fax joy@nasdse.orgThe primary among federal, state, and local education agencies.
    Technical Assistance
    About the FRC Conferences Federal
    ... RRFC Network Technical

    What's New

    Clearinghouses ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
    ERIC/OSEP Special Project
    The Council for Exceptional Children
    1110 North Glebe Road Arlington, VA 22201-5704 phone/TTY fax ERIC is a distributed national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. ERIC, established in 1966, is supported by The National Library of Education, a part of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The ERIC system WWW Home Page is maintained at the ACCESS ERIC facility. ERIC encompasses the world's largest and most frequently searched education database and a decentralized network of knowledgeable and helpful subject experts. ERIC also maintains an extensive Internet presence, including the award-winning AskERIC question-answering service and Virtual Library, the National Parent Information Network, and more than a dozen subject-oriented gopher and World Wide Web sites. HEATH Resource Center The George Washington University 2121 K Street, NW, Suite 220

    46. - Government & Regulatory Agencies
    et de sûreté nucléaire; Ministry of education Research; State agencies. MESB michigan Environmental Science Board; MPCA - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency;
    Search the database Index:

    Hot topics

    Recent additions

    Site map
    Health physics issues
    Government agencies
    Nuclear standards

    Technical reports

    Nuclear research centres

    Technical consultants
    Potassium Iodide Tablets
    This site is listed in the BBC Education Web Guide. Begin your journey on the internet with The Rail. This is junction 1360 on "The Science Expedition". Governments play numerous roles in nuclear energy and radioactive waste management. On one hand, they may be active promoters of nuclear energy in many countries. On the other hand, they are also the regulators of things nuclear. This dual role often leads to complex relationships and overlaps between various government departments or ministries. The situation can become even more complicated when several government agencies claim jurisdiction over different (or sometimes the same) aspects. To complete the picture, you often have to add in different levels of government (e.g. local, regional, state, and national). An important point to remember is that the regulatory framework and laws are different in each country. International
  • EEA - European Environment Agency
  • IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency
  • UN - United Nations Argentina
  • ARN - Autoridad Regulatoria Nuclear
  • CNEA - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica Australia
  • AGSO - Australian Geological Survey Organisation
  • EMA - Emergency Management Australia
  • Environment Agency
  • Environment Australia ...
  • SA Radiation Protection Branch Austria
  • Zivil und Katastrophenschutz im Land Salzburg Bangladesh
  • 47. Browse Agencies
    Browse agencies community center for the LGBT community in Southeast michigan. andtransgender people through social services programs,advocacy, and education.
    Home Login Search Spotlight ... About Us
    Browse Agencies
    Page 1 of 1 in the A's Affirmations Lesbian/Gay Avondale Youth Page 1 of 23 overall A B C D E ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z All
    Keywords: Affirmations Lesbian/Gay Community Center
    Affirmations is a non-profit community center for the LGBT community in Southeast Michigan. Our mission: to achieve respect for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people through social services programs,advocacy, and education. Affirmations provides services to empower individuals and families, to build a cohesive community, and to fulfill our responsibilities in more All Saints Neighborhood Center We support "successful families in healthy neighborhoods" by promoting the development of productive and healthy urban environments,nurturing safe, healthy and productive lifestyles in children and adults, and connecting families and individuals with resources that can address their needs and aspirations. ( more Alzheimer's Association, Greater Michigan Chapter
    The Alzheimer's Association assists in meeting the needs of the family and individual, who has Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder. We accomplish this through our vast array of services and programs that are volunteer based. ( more American Cancer Society - Metro Detroit

    48. The American Association Of Open Adoption Agencies
    A listing of adoption policies that guide the formation of this national organization of values based Category Home Family Adoption agencies A...... the Texas Coalition for Adoption Resources and education. biannual conferences inTraverse City michigan by Jim and followed by all child placement agencies.
    American Association of
    Open Adoption Agencies
    Non-profit Adoption Agencies
    Committed To Adoption Services Of The Highest Quality The purpose of these AAOAA pages is to give you the best information possible about adoption. We hope these pages will give you the information you need to find an agency providing this same quality of infant and older child adoption services in your area. 2001 Texas Adoption Progress Conference July 14, 2001 - Arlington, Texas This was the third annual conference sponsored by TxCARE, the Texas Coalition for Adoption Resources and Education. It was an exceptionally well received conference complete with standing ovations. In the weeks to come a record of the powerful events at the conference will go online at Click here to see 2001 Texas Adoption Progress Conference brochure.
    AAOAA Statement of Purpose:
    We are committed to providing and encouraging the provision of adoption services of the highest quality. We approach the issue of quality in adoption from three basic directions:
  • Open Adoption is the healthiest form of adoption. We define open adoption as a form of adoption in which the birth family and the adopted child enjoy an ongoing, in-person relationship.
  • 49. Michigan ADA Steering Committee
    Referrals to specialized agencies. Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin in addition to michigan.The Center provides technical assistance, education and training, a
    (Text Version)
    Welcome to Michigan
    This home page is provided by Michigan ADA Steering Committee for the Great Lakes ADA and Accessible I.T. Center. FREE WORKSHOP ON THE ADA! The Americans with Disabilities Act: "Workplace and Community Access for Everyone" Michigan Works! Association presents FREE!* WORKSHOPS: (Includes Lunch and Materials) Click here for more information
    Who We Are
    The Michigan ADA Steering Committee operates as the State Steering Committee for the Great Lakes ADA and Accessible I.T. Center. The Committee was formed in 1991 and is comprised of businesses, disability groups and government agencies all working together to increase the awareness and implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) throughout the State of Michigan through: The ADA requires businesses and governments to make their goods, services, and/or facilities accessible to clients, customers and employees with disabilities. The Steering Committee seeks to make this a reality in Michigan.

    50. WestEd - National Center For Improving Science Education (NCISE)
    Horizon Research; michigan State University; National Research Council; NationalScience of education; US Department of Energy; Local and State education agencies.
    National Center for Improving Science Education (NCISE) Our mission, since 1987...
    • Promote change in policies and practices for science, mathematics, and technology education at the national, state and local levels;
    • Bridge the gaps among research, policy, and practice in the areas of curriculum, teaching and learning, and assessment; and
    • Help people make informed and unbiased choices through a range of research, services, and products:
      • Research and Development,
      • Synthesis and Dissemination,
      • Technical Assistance and Professional Development,
      • Curriculum Analysis,
      • Assessment Design and Analysis, and
      • Program and Project Evaluation.

      NCISE's impressive portfolio contains recent work on:
      • Educating Prospective Teachers for Elementary School Science
      • Induction of Middle Grade Mathematics and Science Teachers in Selected Countries
      • Comparing of University Entrance Examinations in Seven Countries
      • Multi-Agency Evaluation of Teacher and Student Enhancement Programs
      • U.S. and International Innovations in Mathematics and Science Education
      • Review of Curriculum Resources for Grades K-8 Technology Education
      • The National Institute for Science Education
      • The Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)
      • Connecting Mathematics and Science to Workplace Contexts
      Collaborations We are known for addressing leading-edge issues by collaborating with the most appropriate professionals on a project-by-project basis. We work with colleagues who are in other WestEd programs, are accomplished, independent consultants, or are in organizations such as the following:

    51. Federal Gateway To State And Local Government
    State and Local Government University of michigan survey of Web sites. GeographicArea Series - national and state education data State Environmental agencies.
    State and Local Government
    Introduction: Much of the following material was condensed and edited form of the Small Business Administration's Web sitewith added content designed to inform visitors to the Federal Gateway More Detailed Information:
    State and Local Government
    U.S. State and Local Government States Resources - The Council of State Governments - States News USACITIESLINK good U.S. cities resource. Public Records - NETRI Online nationwide records portal for local governments' datataxes, deeds, maps (land parcels) for real estate and environmental uses. Search Systems - Pacific Information Resources over 2000 searchable public databases from various states. State, Local Resources - The Virtual Chase quality search site. Locating Company Information on The Internet - Literacy Resources by State - LINCSearch Contact Us - U.S. Department of Education City/State Zip Code Association enter city and state for zip codes or enter zip code for associated city and state information State Agency Contacts - GSA County and City Data Book County Business Patterns U. S. Bureau of the Census.

    52. Central CAPT - Michigan Specific Sites
    local, and tribal governmental agencies, healthcare professionals are distributedby the michigan Resource Center sponsored by the US Department of education.

    53. Department Of Teacher Education / Team 2 / Useful Links
    agencies and organizations. michigan Department of education http// educational Development Laboratory http//
    Dr. Cheryl Rosaen

    Philippa Webb

    Program Secretary:
    LaShon Brown

    Cluster Leader:
    Sally Labadie

    Cluster Leader:
    Rita Luks

    Cluster Leader: Judy Oesterle Teacher Preparation Team 2 Useful Links: Agencies and Organizations Michigan Department of Education: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory: Michigan State University MSU College of Education: Michigan State University: MSU Enrollment Services Program:

    54. Washtenaw County Organizations
    and Speech Services. michigan Association of Community Arts agencies. COPE). The Centerfor the education of Women. Business Owners of SE michigan. Women's American

    55. Financial Aid Resources - Career Choices In Special Education - National Clearin
    State Higher education Assistance agencies Alabama, Kentucky, North Dakota. California,Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. Colorado, michigan, Rhode Island.
    Financial Aid Resources
    State Resources Federal Resources Private Resources
    State Resources
    Most states now have some form of student assistance. These financial aid programs vary by state. To find out the details of state grants and loans, students should contact their state agency or college financial aid administrator. State Higher Education Assistance Agencies: Alabama Kentucky North Dakota Alaska ... Wyoming Directories maintained by the U.S. Department of Education:
    • Guaranty Agencies - Guaranty agencies administer student loans under the FFEL Program. This site gives a list of the guaranty agencies that operate in each state.
    Federal Resources

    for Medical Research (MSMR) michigan Society for Biomedical Research and education(WABRE) CURRENT Foundations Government agencies Hospitals Professional
    science education
    science careers science/health science media links ... current members
    Science Education
    Access Excellence

    American Dental Education Association (ADEA)

    American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

    Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
    Virtual Cell

    Science Careers
    About (See "Jobs/Careers")

    Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
    Research Apprenticeship Program Nature Jobs ... North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program (NC AHEC) Science/Health American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) American Association for the Advancement of Science Americans for Medical Progress Educational Foundation American Medical Association (AMA) ... The American Journal of Bioethics Science Media Links CNN - Health Medical Breakthroughs NewsFile The Scientist State Biomedical Research Education Organizations Alabama Association for Biomedical Research (AABR) California Biomedical Research Association (CBRA) Connecticut United for Research Excellence (CURE) Massachusetts Society for Medical Research (MSMR) Michigan Society for Medical Research (MISMR) ... Volunteer/Non-Profit Organizations NCABR's members and supporters include academe, industry, government, nonprofit research, hospital and voluntary health organizations and the general public. To learn how you, too, can support NCABR, please visit the " Become a Member " section of this Web site.

    57. United Arts Council Of Calhoun County
    Promotes and supports area arts and cultural organizations.Category Regional North America Arts and Entertainment...... as well as collaborative arts education programming for ArtServe of michigan andthe michigan Council for function between local arts and cultural agencies.
    the arts campaign member agencies
    arts in education

    Go to... MCACA Grants AIR Grants Binda Grants Special Projects
    The United Arts Council of Calhoun County (UAC) was organized in 1963 and is now the oldest, incorporated, 501 C 3, non-profit arts council in Michigan. The UAC generates and inspires community efforts which nurture and sustain an environment of cultural development that will contribute to and enhance the quality of life for all residents of Calhoun County. Advocacy
    The UAC advocates for all of the arts and directly promotes and supports area arts and cultural organizations. This includes a variety of activities and events, as well as collaborative arts education programming for young people (Grades K - 12). Affiliations
    The United Arts Council is affiliated with a number of state and national organizations. Among the state-level affiliates are ArtServe of Michigan and the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). The UAC is currently working in partnership with the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. and is a national affiliate of Americans for the Arts. Service Goals
    As Calhoun County's arts advocacy agency, the UAC is committed to serving the arts and cultural interests and concerns of the entire citizenry of Calhoun County. As part of this mission, it provides an important coordinating function between local arts and cultural agencies. To ensure that the needs of individual organizations are recognized, the UAC has a Board of Directors that includes representatives from the numerous arts and cultural organizations in Calhoun County.

    58. HCET - Health Care Education And Training, Inc.
    working in family planning agencies, STD clinics Region V (Illinois, Indiana, michigan,Minnesota, Ohio or provide training, continuing education and technical
    Projects Home Resources Calendar
    of Events
    Home > Projects About HCET Projects and Continuing Education
    HCET, Inc. provides coordination, design, delivery and evaluation of workshops for a number of specific training projects. These projects are based on requests from independent organizations or the federal government. HCET receives federal funds to conduct training in DHHS Region V. In addition, HCET receives funds from state health departments. HCET provides various regional and state trainings, as well as in-service trainings on an as requested basis. HCET offers contact hours for Continuing Education in Nursing (CEs) at many of its workshops. There is a $10 processing fee for a contact hour certificate. For more information on the number of contact hours available for individual workshops, please see individual training announcements. Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention
    Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this project is designed to assist schools, community youth organizations, family planning agencies and other community based organizations that are interested in taking action to prevent teen pregnancy in their community.

    59. Minnesota Institute Of Public Health - Links
    htm This Center provides substance abuse prevention information to professionals,agencies and concerned michigan Association for the education of Young

    60. Institute For Educational Leadership - IEL - Education Policy Fellowship Program
    private schools; state agencies education, commerce, employment michigan RehabilitativeServices michigan State Police US Department of education United Way
    People and Organizations

    EPFP serves professionals in education and related agencies who have had diverse professional experiences. Fellows work in local school systems; institutions of higher education; parochial and private schools; state agencies education, commerce, employment, economic development, transportation, corrections, etc.; professional associations; and community-based organizations. They include principals, program managers, directors of research and evaluation, school superintendents, college deans, and legislative staff. The diversity of Fellows also is reflected in their race, ethnic background and gender. Fellows remain in their work positions full time while taking part in the program and use their work settings to examine important leadership and policy issues in their states and across the nation. Alumni
    Individuals who complete the EPFP year become part of IEL's national network of EPFP alumni. The alumni groups emerge naturally as Fellows seek to maintain connections with one another and gain access to other members of the IEL network who have moved on to other policy positions. Sites occasionally offer professional development and networking activities for alumni. The Alumni Directory serves as a valuable resource for current and former Fellows. It provides them with access to individuals at the local, state and national levels who may have dealt with similar problems or who can supply valuable information on a wide variety of education and human service issues.

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