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61. Legal Services Of Northern Michigan
to students eligible for special education. Funded in part by the Legal ServicesCorporation, michigan State Bar Foundation, OSA and Area agencies on Aging
Know your rights
Assistance programs
Family Law
Financial Law
Legal Services of Northern Michigan
provides a full range of legal services in most areas of civil law for people who meet Federal poverty guidelines or who are 60 years of age or older. These services include: basic discussion of client rights; counseling; preparation of letters, documents, deeds, and pleadings; negotiations; administrative hearings; trials; and, in some cases, appeals, and community legal education presentations.
Legal Services of Northern Michigan does not provide service for criminal cases, traffic tickets or "fee-generating" cases. Services may be limited based upon funding levels and restrictions.
Free legal representation can be obtained in civil law areas such as:
Domestic Relations -
Divorces involving recent and substantial spouse and/or child abuse; custody cases where there is evidence of abuse or neglect of the children.
Public Benefits and Administrative -
Application, denial or termination of FIP, Food Stamps, Supplementary Security Income, State Disability, Emergency Needs, Medicaid, and Unemployment Compensation.
Housing -
Private rental housing including evictions, lockouts, utility terminations and leases, public housing including admission policies, rent levels and evictions; home ownership including forfeitures and government-subsidized home ownership programs; discrimination in any form of housing.

62. Educational Technology Cooperative Telecommunications
education Commission (MHEC), the michigan Intercollegiate Telecommunications helpof state education agencies and networking Bill Thomas,
Information Technology Task Group 2002-2003
This task group will continue to monitor developments and issues affecting electronic access and infrastructure for education, particularly distance education. The task group's primary focus will be gathering and sharing information about statewide educational networks in SREB states and the telecommunications services they purchase for schools, colleges and agencies. American TelEdCommunications Alliance The American TelEdCommunications Alliance (ATAlliance) was formed in April 2001. This national education alliance consists of representatives of the Midwestern Higher Education Commission (MHEC) , the Michigan Intercollegiate Telecommunications Association (MiCTA) , the New England Board for Higher Education (NEBHE) , the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) . The goal is to provide schools, colleges, and universities and education agencies with improved telecommunications services at lower prices. The cooperative will work with the ATAlliance to identify needed telecommunications services and contracts, disseminate information about the services and products available through the ATAlliance and help develop Requests for Proposal (RFP) telecommunications contracts. The Educational Technology Cooperative will also participate in the planning and implementation of the MiCTA Fall conference in October 2002 in Orlando, Florida. This will include presenting information at the meeting and dissemination about the meeting to Cooperative representatives.

63. CCSSO Map Of States
K12 education departments, with directories of schools and districts. From the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Alaska American Samoa Arizona ... Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee ... Wyoming Council of Chief State School Officers One Massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 700 Washington, DC 20001-1431 voice: 202.408.5505 fax: 202.408.8072

64. MUCC - Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Consortium of organizations throughout the state was established in 1937. Find clubs in each district. Washington to the michigan Natural Resources Trust michigan United Conservation Clubs urges all hunters to assist state agencies
What's New? CCW Changes Are Positive Steps Michigan United Conservation Clubs, through extensive lobbying efforts, was successful in working with the Legislature to revise the state’s concealed carry law. The revised bill, Public Act 719, does not take effect until July 1, 2003. PUBLIC HEARINGS ON MICHIGAN’S BOTTLE DEPOSIT LAW As the organization that spearheaded the creation of the Michigan Beverage Container Law in 1976, MUCC is closely following the outcome of the public meetings held by the Senate Beverage Container and Recycling Task Force. Frequently Asked Questions MICHIGAN’S BOTTLE DEPOSIT LAW - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Pike Regulation Waters Click here to find out which waters are open to taking Northern Pike of any size. Contact MUCC
Search Site

Michigan United Conservation Clubs - P.O. Box 30235 - Lansing, MI 48909
Click Here
to contact us! - w w w . m u c c . o r g

65. Links To SEA School Health Programs
MI, School Health Programs Food and Nutrition Program michigan Model for ComprehensiveSchool Health 1998 michigan School Health education Profile Policies for
Links to State Education Agency School Health Programs
State School Health Programs Curriculum Frameworks/
Standards AL
Prevention and Support Services
Child Nutrition
AK School Health Program Healthy Life Framework
Healthy Life Content Standards
AZ Comprehensive Health Programs
Child Nutrition Programs
Comp. Health Ed. Standards AR Comprehensive School Health Program
Child Nutrition Network
Health Education Curriculum Framework
Physical Education Curriculum Framework
CA Healthy Children, Youth and Families
California Healthy Kids Resource Center

School Health Connections

Nutrition Services
Health Framework Addendum
CO At Risk/Prevention/Character Education School Nutrition Physical Education Model Content Standards CT School-Family-Community Partnerships Nutrition Health Education Physical Education/Character Education ... The Connecticut FrameworkP.E. DE Child Nutrition DODEA Physical Education Health Education Performance Standards DC Support Services FL Coordinated School Health Program Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools Sunshine State Standards HI Content and Performance Standards ID Child Nutrition Program Safe Schools Safe and Drug Free Schools Character Education ... Achievement StandardsHealth (health and p.e.)

66. Governance/Organizational Management
charter schools and middle schools) in michigan. state leaders devoted to the improvementof education. general comments technical information

A Trip Planner Inventory is available for this topic area. It will help you analyze the policy/governance and organizational management in your school or classroom and point you to specific resources within Pathways
Critical Issues Policy
Supporting Materials
  • NCREL's Policy Briefs and Policy Publications and Policy Seminars: NCREL's Policy Page
  • Additional Resources

    67. State Profiles : Introduction
    service, also links back to the home page. To date, more than4,800 michigan residents have qualified for education awards totaling
    Projects In Your State
    Michigan Community Service Commission

    Russell Mawby, Chair
    Karen Aldrige Eason
    Jennifer Antoline
    John Barfield
    Nonie Brennan
    Robert Collier
    Michelle Engler
    Alex Garnepudi
    Christine Kwak Nancy Lenz Arend Lubbers Debbie Macon Don Newport Patricia O'Day Kari Pardoe Vivian Pickard Terry Pruitt Jr. Meg Smith Al Swain Thomas Watkins Jr. D. Sgt. Matthew Wesaw Raymond West Geneva Williams
    National Service in Michigan
    Getting things done in Michigan. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across Michigan. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than to support Michigan communities through three national service initiatives: AmeriCorps: This year AmeriCorps will provide more than 1,200 individuals

    68. U.S. Department Of Education Funded Service Providers For Michigan
    Percy Bates, Director University of michigan 1005 School states, local educationalagencies, school library Regional Technology in education Consortium Kristin

    69. NCATE: State Education Agency Websites
    michigan, West Virginia. organization for schools, colleges, and departments of educationin the 7496 fax (202) 2966620 website ncate@ncate
    NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching and teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century.
    State Education Agency Websites
    Alaska Montana Arizona Nebraska ... NCATE Home
    phone: fax: website:

    For assistance with this website, contact the webmaster

    70. Equity Assistance Centers
    Assist school districts and education agencies with issues related for educationalOpportunity University of michigan 1005 School of education 610 East
    Mouseover preload - not necessary for function Skip Navigation Privacy, Security, Notices About ED A-Z Index ... Contact Us Search: Advanced My Profile Add to Bookmarks Inside EROD State/Territory Search Type of Organization Lists What's in This Directory for Me? Change/Submit New Resource Data ... Incorrect/Outdated Data? Tell Us Equity Assistance Centers This page has temporarily moved to a new location. You do not need to update your links or bookmarks. You will be forwarded to the new address, , in 10 seconds Please report any discrepancies to:
    Other inquiries/comments:

    71. Michigan Commission On Law Enforcement Standards
    Services to Governmental agencies. michigan Commission on Services Licensing,Certification, Permits Click for Careers and education Opportunities Publications,1607,7-123-1593_3510---,00.html
    Skip Navigation Home
    MSP Home MSP Site Map ...
    Welcome to the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards

    7426 N. Canal Road, Lansing, Michigan 48913
    MCOLES Information
    MCOLES' History and It's Current Organizational Structure....
    2001-5 Executive Order
    The Governor's Executive Order Created the "New Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards"....
    ANNOUNCEMENT: Free Domestic Violence In-Service Training
    Available to All Law Enforcement Agencies
    MCOLES Strategic Plan Initiative Executive Summary 2002 Survey of Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies and State Standards and Training Commission/POST ... More Expenditure Data Collection Program More 2003 Officer Roster Verification - Annual Registration Problems? Download Files - Disk #2.... More MCOLES Meeting Schedule More MCOLES Pre-Enrollment Testing Program ... MCOLES Criminal Justice In-Service Training Registry View criminal justice in-service training courses offered in Michigan, October 2002 - December 2003... ... More Frequently Asked Questions Find answers to the most frequently asked MCOLES questions.... More Register In-Service Training Courses with MCOLES (TC-34) Find Instructions and Access Form TC-34 to Register In-Service Training Courses with MCOLES, Sample ...

    72. Consumer World: Consumer Agencies
    Office; State and Local Consumer agencies (Pueblo's master Rights Center; 12/2002Michigan Consumer Federation; Center for Financial education; National Charities
    Site Search


    Product Reviews
    Compare Prices
    Car Buying

    Discount Shops
    Computers Discount Travel $$$ Deals CONSUMER RESOURCES Directories Booklets Buying Info Health Home Reference Automobile Legal Fun MONEY Investments Money Matters Insurance Credit/Bank CONSUMER AGENCIES Federal Agencies State Agencies Intern'l Orgs. Consumer Orgs. COMPANIES Online Cust Serv Auto Mfrs. Product Info TRAVEL Air, Hotel NEWS Scam Alerts Recalls Newspapers Mags INTERNET What's New Lists Search Engines Wonders References Computer Resources REGISTER for Newsletter Back to Homepage CONTENTS Site Search SHOPPING Product Reviews Compare Prices Car Buying Catalogs Stores BARGAINS Discount Shops Computers Discount Travel $$$ Deals CONSUMER RESOURCES Directories Booklets Buying Info Health Home Reference Automobile Legal Fun MONEY Investments Money Matters Insurance Credit/Bank CONSUMER AGENCIES Federal Agencies State Agencies Intern'l Orgs. Consumer Orgs. COMPANIES Online Cust Serv Auto Mfrs.

    73. Education
    Title I To Local education agencies, By Judy Putnam , The Ann Arbor News MichiganMichigan Granholm Urges Early education To Jennifer Busch, reading to

    74. Great Lakes ADA & IT Center
    Regional center whose purpose is to provide technical assistance and training to businesses and people Category Regional North America Disability Resources...... or company. The GLDBTAC also partners with agencies throughout the yearto offer general education seminars. The Center's professional
    Accessibility and Web Site Appearance
    What's New
    Technical Assistance ADA Distance Learning 2003 ...
    What's New
    • "Best Practices in Reasonable Accommodation: Back to the Basics" featuring Karen Michael, Esq., Vice President, Employee Relations Consultant, SunTrust Bank MidAtlantic, Virginia Business Leadership Network . Scheduled for April 15, 2003 from 1:00pm-2:30pm CST. For more information about the session and to register view the schedule New Web Site to Gather Comments about Disability Research Needs
      A new Web site has been developed by the government's Interagency Committee on Disability Research (ICDR) to gather comments and recommendations on research needs for Americans with disabilities. Transcript of the March 18, 2003 Distance Learning session "Achieving and Sustaining Accessible Programs: Strategies for State and Local Governments" featuring Chris Palames, Co-Author of the Title II Action Guide for State and Local Governments published by Adaptive Environments, is available for viewing. Listen to the audio recording of the session as well.

    75. College And University Accrediting Agencies
    Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, michigan, Minnesota, Missouri granting institutionsof higher education in Alabama list of specialized accrediting agencies.

    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

    76. Directory Of State Grant Agencies
    Directory of State Grant agencies. Alabama. michigan. michigan Higher education AssistanceAuthority Office of Scholarships and Grants PO Box 30462 Lansing

    Estimating College Costs and Savings Programs
    Setting Spending Goals for College Students Tips for Keeping College Costs Down Start Early to Save for Your Child's College Education ... Home Equity Loans
    Directory of State Grant Agencies
    Alabama Commission on Higher Education
    P.O. Box 302000
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2000
    Toll Free Restrictions: AL residents only
    FAX: (334) 242-0268
    Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education
    3030 Vintage Boulevard
    Juneau, AK 99801-7100
    TTY: (907) 465-3143 FAX: (907) 465-5316 E-Mail: URL:
    Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education Suite 275 2020 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004-4503

    Planned Parenthood of Northern michigan Region 7, at alternative and vocationaleducation programs, jails sessions held in community agencies utilizing groups
    MICHIGAN AIDS FUND A decade of compassion. A new era of hope. Our Grant Making Announcement Regarding 2003-2004 Grant Making Schedule The Michigan AIDS Fund has changed its grant making cycle and funding process. The new grant making cycle runs October 1, 2003 through September 30, 2004. See the grant making schedule below for information about upcoming RFPs. Grantees 2002/2003
    GRANT MAKING GUIDELINES 2003/04 Tentative Grant Making Schedule
    MAF solicits proposals from current grantees with continuation funding programs
    March 2003
    Continuation Funding proposals due
    April 2003
    RFP for new programs sent
    May 2003
    New program funding requests due
    July 2003
    Proposals reviewed‹funding decisions made September 2003 Programs begin October 2003 MAF encourages collaboration, creative program development, and approaches proven effective in the battle against HIV/AIDS. For more information about MAF's grant making procedures, call 248 395 3244, or email at

    78. Michigan's Civil Service Rules Are Amenable T...  [Mackinac Center For Public P
    While state agencies generally provide their services through michigan's 62,000career civil service employees, as a member of the Commission I can tell you
    MCPP Home Page Popular Pages Studies Commentaries ... E-mail MCPP Search Advanced Search Home Policy Research Educational Programs ...
    Privatization: Lighthouse Privatization Shines
    Table of Contents
    • Worldwide Study Praises Private Education for the Poor
      Michigan's Civil Service Rules are Amenable to Outsourcing

      Granite Island Lighthouse Privatization Shines

      This means that with regard to contracting out services to private vendors, the Michigan Civil Service Commission calls the shots.
      Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2002
      Michigan's Civil Service Rules are Amenable to Outsourcing
      Robert Hunter, shown above, at a Michigan Civil Service Commission meeting. Contrary to what one might expect, the laws of the state of Michigan are surprisingly fair and even-handed when it comes to contracting out public services to private contractors. The state Constitution stipulates that no state executive agency can pay any employee or independent contractor for services without the approval of the Michigan Civil Service Commission. The Constitution further stipulates that almost all employees of state executive agencies must be hired, compensated, promoted, and disciplined according to Civil Service Commission rules. This means that with regard to contracting out services to private vendors, the Michigan Civil Service Commission calls the shots.

    79. MESP -- Michigan Education Savings Plan - Press Room
    MESP michigan education Savings Program, Overview, Investment Options, FAQs, EnrollToday. The state of michigan, its agencies, TFI, TIAA and its affiliates
    Overview Investment
    Options FAQs Enroll Today
    [ I'm interested in ... ] Enrollment Info Program Info Investment Options Account Access FAQs Contact Info
    Press Release
    November 1, 2002
    Shoot For Your Future
    Contest Rules To enter, send an email to with your name and phone number and the name and age of your child. Contest is open to all U.S. citizens and resident aliens except employees and their families of TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc. (TFI), Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA) and its affiliates and the Michigan State University Athletic Department. Your child must be between the ages of 6 and 10 on the date of entry. Limit is one entry per parent/child. The enrollment for this contest is occurring only via an email to . No purchase necessary. Winners will be selected in a random drawing held weekly at the Breslin Center in the offices of the Athletic Marketing Department on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI. Chances of winning depends on the number of eligible entries received. Winners need not be present. Thirty-four (34) winners will receive 4 tickets to either a Michigan State University men's or women's basketball game and a Spartan Shoot for Your Future t-shirt. Additional prizes may be awarded at a Michigan State University men's or women's basketball game based on the opportunity to be on the court at halftime to shoot for great prizes.

    80. Office Of Dispute Resolution
    to nonprofit and government agencies to provide US Department of Agriculture MichiganSpecial education provides mediation of special education issues between

    Michigan Courts Home Page
    Supreme Court Court of Appeals Administration of the Courts ... Administration of the Courts Site Map
    Office of Dispute Resolution
    The State Court Administrative Office (SCAO) has established an Office of Dispute Resolution to provide focus, integration, and coordination of alternative dispute resolution services within the SCAO. The creation of this Office is intended to heighten awareness of dispute resolution options among the legal system’s many constituents, to assist stakeholders within and outside of the judiciary in developing dispute resolution systems, and to identify and develop specialized dispute resolution programs and services.
    The Office of Dispute Resolution is responsible for developing dispute resolution practices and protocols for the trial courts, providing technical assistance to the trial courts, implementing dispute resolution practices mandated or permitted by court rule or statute, evaluating dispute resolution systems, and providing recommendations to the State Court Administrator for improving dispute resolution services for Michigan citizens. The Office provides technical assistance to other divisions of the SCAO in designing collaborative dispute resolution systems and in designing and presenting training programs.
    The primary functions of the Office are to:
  • provide mediation program administration, oversight, and evaluation
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