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  1. School finance reform: An overview of the enacted K-12 school finance reform packages by George Towne, 1994
  2. K-12 public education in Michigan: Selected characteristics and services by county and school district by Michele Robotham, 1997
  3. Mdr's School Directory Michigan 2004-2005: A State Guide to All Public and Nonpublic K-12 Schools Spiral Edition by Market Data Retrieval, 2004-11
  4. Advanced telecommunications in U.S. public schools, K-12 by Anonymous, 1995-01-01
  5. Mdr's School Directory Michigan 2003-2004: A State Guide to All Public and Nonpublic K-12 Schools Spiral Edition by Market Data Retrieval, 2003-11
  6. Mdr's School Directory Michigan 2006-2007: A State Guide to All Public and Nonpublic K-12 Schools Spiral Edition by Market Data Retrieval, 2006-11
  7. Mdr's School Directory Michigan 2005-2006: A State Guide to All Public and Nonpublic K-12 Schools Spiral Edition by Market Data Retrieval, 2005-11-30
  8. Public opinion on K-12 education in Michigan (MSU State of the State Survey briefing paper) by Sandra Vergari, 1998
  9. School finance reform: An overview of the enacted K-12 and education reform spending legislation by Liz Arasim, 1994
  10. Voices of Indian America: A selected resource catalog of educational materials for use in grades K-12 by Dorothy B Gemmill, 1977
  11. Clifford's Christmas (Clifford, the Big Red Dog)

61. PELINKS4U - K-12 School PE Web Sites
Kinawa Middle School, Okemos, michigan Melissa Marks; Lake Shore Middle School,Mequon, Wisconsin - Jeff Grotenhuis; School Districts/k-12 schools.
Click To See More Resources Archives Book Reviews Editorial Team Higher Education PE Web Sites K-12 School PE Web Sites PE Academic Areas PE Advocacy PE Forum Online Site Sponsorships State AHPERDs State PE Standards Teaching Unit Plans Web Pages of PEHLS Professionals Updated March 27, 2003 Elementary High School School Districts/K-12 Schools Conference/Workshop Calendar Elementary Schools
  • A.G. Richardson Elementary School , Culpeper, Virginia - John Kassel Aiken Elementary School , South Carolina- Ms. Secrist Apalachee Elementary School , Tallahassee, Florida,- Terry Devine Applecreek Elementary School - Sundie Garrison Aster Elementary School , Colville, Washington - Bill Carpenter Ayden Elementary School , North Carolina- John Williams Barneveld Elementary School , Barneveld, Wisconsin - Cindy Kuhrasch Babler Elementary School , Glencoe, Missouri Bayview Elementary , Norfolk, Virginia - Bill McDonald Blaine Elementary School,
  • 62. U-M School Of Information: U-M Grant Will Seed SI Outreach To MI Schools And Lib
    seed grant to cover the expenses of planning an outreach program for informationtechnology and curriculum building in michigan's k12 schools and libraries.

    63. Yong Zhao / Technology In K-12 Schools -- MSU Expert Guide
    michigan State University, Yong Zhao – Technology in k12 schools Associate professorof counseling, educational psychology and special education Campus Phone
    University Relations Search Expert Guide Entire Site for NEWSROOM HOME PRESS RELEASES EXPERT GUIDE MEDIA GUIDELINES ... Expert Guide
    Yong Zhao
    Associate professor of counseling, educational psychology and special education
    Campus Phone: 353-4325
    Home Phone: 381-3455
    An expert on K-12 schools and technology. Researches Internet-based learning environments, and technology evolution and adoption. Expertise:
    Education, K-12 And Higher
    University Relations
    (517) 355-2281 or
    E-mail Loriane Hodack at full staff list
    Telephone area code is (517) unless specified.

    64. Michigan Virtual University - Teaching Resources
    From the michigan Virtual High School Classroom Connect Classroom Connect currentlyhelps more than half the country’s k12 schools make Internet learning a
    quick links Ameritech IT Career Center Community College Courses IT Training Initiative Manufacturing Training Michigan Virtual High School MVU Learning Center Small Business Training Talent Freeway Health Care Professional Development MOIS Learning W/O Limits Online Instructor Program IT Training Initiative TTI Professional Development ... Quality Standards (IDEOS) The Michigan Virtual University offers a variety of tools for educators or partners with some of the leading e-learning companies to offer educators the best technology tools available. Information Technology Training Initiative
    School and college students, teachers and staff—regardless of position—can improve their information technology (IT) skills free through 2003!The IT Training Initiative provides Michigan non-profit schools and colleges with nearly 1,000 self-paced, start-anytime short courses that can help individuals improve learning skills, teaching skills and work skills.Teachers and faculty can even use these courses as base content for new courses or as tutorials.Click on the link above to browse the ITTI catalog and register to take courses. From the Michigan Virtual High School Apex Learning is the leading provider of virtual school solutions for K-12 institutions. Their solutions include technology, curriculum and services designed specifically for the needs of K-12 educators and students.

    65. LACS Outreach: K-12 Resources, Univ. Of Michigan
    The University of michigan International Institute and its Web Resources for K12Teachers and Students for students and teachers in middle schools and high
    International Institute, University of Michigan
    Winter 2003 Workshop at Wayne RESA
    Thursdays, March 6 and March 20, RESA, 33500 Van Born Road, Wayne, Michigan
    Global Education Workshops for Teachers: "Literature and the Arts"
    The University of Michigan International Institute and its affiliated area studies centers offer a series of workshops on literature and the arts for teachers during 2001-2002. The workshops are designed for K-12 teachers, community college faculty, teachers-in-training, librarians, and curriculum specialists. Six sessions are planned for 2001-2002:
    • South and Southeast Asia (September 29)
    • Special multi-region workshop for elementary-school teachers (November 10)
    • Africa (November 17)
    • East Asia (December 1)
    • Middle East / North Africa and Western Europe (January 26)
    • Russia and Eastern Europe (February 16)
    • Latin America and the Caribbean (March 16)
    Selected background readings, curricular materials, bibliographies, and an ethnic lunch will be provided at each workshop. Tuition for each workshop, which includes the cost of a packet of reading material and a lunch, is $30 per participant.
    To register, please contact Michael Fahy, Program Coordinator, CMENAS, 1080 South University, Suite 4640, Ann Arbor, MI 41809-1106; (734) 764-0350;

    66. U-M International Center: Work: Teaching Abroad For Qualified Teachers
    William Nolting and Anthony Hand, University of michigan International Center. mostcomprehensive and upto-date directory to overseas k-12 schools that hire
    Search Overseas
    Opportunities only

    Advanced Search (Overseas

    Opportunities only)
    Work Abroad:
    Teaching Abroad for Qualified Teachers
    Part 3: Resources
    William Nolting and Anthony Hand,
    University of Michigan International Center Although our handout is one large document, we have broken the web version into three parts. Together, they constitute the basic information you need when considering teaching abroad. Please read each part to make sure you're considering the issues properly. Index of links within this three-part series

    67. List Of Charter Schools - Michigan
    School Academy N14911 Hannahville B1 Road Wilson, MI 49896, Grades k-12, Delta-SchoolcraftISD / Bark River-Harris schools, 145, Northern michigan University (5/95
    Below is a list of the 51 charter schools taking part in our evaluation. General contact and background information is included for each school. The information for each school is currently based on data from the 1996-97 school year. The information on the newly started schools is based upon their projections. Gradually, the data and information on the schools will be updated to reflect the status of each school during the 1997-98 school year.
    Michigan County Map

    School ID Number School Name Mailing Address Grade Level (1996-97) ISD / School District Pupils (FTE) (1996-97) Authorizer Management Company Academy of Health and Science Academy of Health and Science 750 First Street, N.W. Grand Rapids, MI 49504 Grades 11-12 Kent ISD / Northview S.D. Grand Valley State University (5/97) Bahweting Anishnabe Public School Academy Bahweting Anishnabe Public School Academy 1301 Marquette Street Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 Grades K-7 Eastern U.P. ISD / Sault Ste. Marie Area Schools Northern Michigan University (9/95) Bay-Arenac Community High School Bay-Arenac Community High School 1608 Hudson Street Essexville, MI 48732

    68. Senate Fiscal Agency: State Departments- School Aid (K-12)
    State Aid and School Finance, within the michigan Department of development of theState School Aid k12 budget State aid payments to public schools pursuant to
    Home SFA Staff and Services Employment Related Links michigan legislature senate fiscal agency Choose A Category Agency Publications State Budget State Departments Economics Revenue
    Appropriation Bill Status
    Bill Analysis School Aid (K-12) State Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Watkins, 373-9235 Deputy Superintendent: Carol Wolenberg, 373-3901 Legislative Liaison: Kate McAuliffe, 335-4074 Senate Fiscal Agency Analysts: Joe Carrasco, Jr. and Kathryn Summers-Coty Department Related Publications and Links FY 2002-03 SFA Appropriations Report Line Item Appopriations Under H.B. 5881 (FY 2002-03 and FY 2003-04) Conference Report Decisions for S.B. 1107 (FY 2002 and FY 2003) Michigan Department of Education ... Education Commission of the States General Overview The Office of State Aid and School Finance, within the Michigan Department of Education, is responsible for administering the State School Aid Act and distributing over $11 billion in State funds to school districts across the State. In addition, this office provides guidance on issues of local school district finance and accounting, approval for State aid borrowing, and information on pupil accounting rules and procedures. Finally, the office provides interpretation, analysis, and coordination of departmental activities related to the annual development of the State School Aid K-12 budget. Major Divisions and Programs State Aid Unit.

    69. Eisenhower Model / K-12 Curriculum
    The Eisenhower k-12...... michigan University (734) 4876570 Kathy Hurst, Romulus schools(734) 941-2170, ext. 809 General Program
    Faculty Fellows
    America Reads
    Eisenhower Model/
    Community Agencies

    The Office of Academic Service-Learning at Eastern Michigan University received two Eisenhower Education grants though the Michigan Department of Education, one for science and the other for math.
    View a sample mathematics curriculum. View a sample science curriculum
    Grant Coordinators:
    Dale Rice, Ph.D., Eastern Michigan University

    Kathy Hurst, Romulus Schools
    (734) 941-2170, ext. 809 View a list of Participants. General Program Description: The Eisenhower Academic Service-Learning Science Model Project provides teacher development in the educational methodology of academic service-learning and elementary science curriculum to meet the needs of the Romulus Community schools for increased student knowledge and understanding in the science content area. This program is being accomplished through a series of activities including a workshop in academic service-learning; a workshop in elementary science content; development of units and lesson plans; and ongoing, on-site consultation of classroom implementation. Grant Goals: The goals of this collaborative effort between Eastern Michigan University and Romulus Community Schools are to increase science academic achievement of 1,400 students and to provide professional development in academic service-learning including authentic assessment for 40 elementary teachers in five elementary schools.

    70. Civics Online: Building K-12 Online Resources For The Michigan Curriculum
    commitment to developing internetbased resources for k-12 classrooms within Michiganand around Okemos Public schools is playing two major roles in
    home news about search ... contact us
    MATRIX/H-Net and the MSU College of Education bring Civics Online to the K-12 Michigan Curriculum
    April 28, 1999 Imagine hearing Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech for the first time and pictures of the first Freedom Rides through Birmingham, Alabama. Or imagine listening to Franklin Delano Roosevelt address the nation through his Fireside Chats, and the resounding "Oyez, Oyez, Oyez" as the Supreme Court is called to order. Thanks to a grant from the Michigan Department of Education, MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters and Social Sciences Online, in partnership with H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine, Michigan State University's College of Education, and Okemos Public Schools will soon make sound and images like these easily available to social science teachers across the state of Michigan through a project called Civics Online. "The partners of this proposal are committed to serving all populations in the state and all materials will be available free of charge. This fits squarely with Michigan State University's long-term commitment to providing the educational community high speed access to electronic resources on its networks," Kornbluh said. He noted projects such as the South Central Network Consortium where nearly one hundred school districts were given Internet servers and connectivity plans were developed to improve local access to electronic media and communications. To find out more about the projects currently underway at MATRIX/H-Net, please visit

    71. SVSU - Melvin J. Zahnow Library
    Internet LaunchPad LaunchPad-michigan Sites. Area Business, Colleges Universities, Communities. Government, k-12 schools, Libraries.

    Internet - LaunchPad
    LaunchPad-Michigan Sites
    Area Business Communities Government K-12 Schools ... Weather New sites within categories added each month and noted by *
    Area Business
    Dow Chemical
    Michigan Business List from UofM-Dearborn

    Monitor Sugar
    Albion College
    Wayne State University
    Birch Run Chamber of Commerce

    Flat Rock

    Flint-Greater Flint Community Networking Initiative
    Shiawassee County
    K-12 Schools
    Bay City All Saints High School-Bay City
    Bay-Arenac Skill Center

    Dexter High School-Dexter
    Detroit Country Day School ... Unionville-Sebewaing Area Schools
    Agency/Department List Bureau of Elections Governor's Office Lt.Governor's Office ... Secretary of State
    University of Michigan Medical Center
    Albion Public Library Ann Arbor Public Library Bay County Library System Flint Public Library ... Western Michigan University Library
    Detroit Institute of Arts Gerald Ford Museum Henry Ford Museum Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Univ. of Michigan

    72. Muskegon Public Schools - Muskegon Curriculum
    Muskegon Public schools k12 programs aligned with the michigan Frameworkinclude Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science.
    Core K-12
    language arts k-12

    math k-5


    social studies k-12

    Special Subjects K-5
    art k-5

    physical education k-5

    vocal music k-5

    Exploratory 6-8 art 6-8 health grade 6-8 physical education 6-8 tech ed 6-8 vocal music 6-8 Technology K-12 integrated technology k-12 "Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new." - Albert Einstein Instructional Philosophy Muskegon Public Schools' instructional philosophy is student centered. We believe students learn best when they are actively engaged in their own learning. For that reason, we place special emphasis on abstract thinking and problem solving, cooperative learning, hands-on science, interactive technology, real world activities, and life skills.

    73. Archived Michigan State Profile State Education Indicators With
    Archive d Information. michigan http// Title I schools. TitleI enrollment (USED). Race/ethnicity (USED, k12). Schoolwide, Targeted Assistance.

    74. ED Teacher's Guide To International Collaboration On The Internet - Postsecondar
    Based at the University of michigan School of Education......Following are examples of postsecondary programs working with k12 schools in creativeuses
    Postsecondary Programs Working with K-12 Schools
    Following are examples of postsecondary programs working with K-12 schools in creative uses of the Internet in connecting classrooms globally.
    Ex*Change 3
    • Description. The goals of EXCHANGE are to provide an opportunity for non-native English speakers to express themselves through the use of English to create a unique source of knowledge and insight about different cultures. To accomplish these goals, EXCHANGE publishes writings of non-native English speakers from all over the world. Age Level: Elementary to university Curriculum area: ESL/Second Language Acquisition End Product(s) for Students: Writings published in "EXCHANGE." Timeline/Schedule: Variable (Time necessary to write a submission) URL: Contact: Level of Technology Used: Email, WWW Supporting Organization: The Intensive English Institute and the Division of English as an International Language at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Longevity: 2+ year Languages: For learners of second languages
    Interactive Communication and Simulations (ICS)
    • Description: Based at the University of Michigan School of Education, the Interactive Communications and Simulations (ICS) project is a dynamic program of exciting and innovative educational telecommunications exercises. Using accessible telecommunications, students can spend part of every school day in a "global classroom." ICS exercises have been designed to help teachers teach, mostly by encouraging active learning, learning through design, and providing flexibility so that teachers can integrate the on-line and classroom experiences. All of its projects link participating students with teams of university student mentors, whose role is to support and challenge the students in their endeavors.

    75. MSOLAR: Schools
    Detroit College of Law at michigan State University has a web page. Peterson's EducationCenter offers a Webbased private k-12 schools page, while a similar
    MSOLAR says: "What kind of school, college or university do you need information about?"
    Choose from the following list: Some other relevant directories and lists are found elsewhere in MSOLAR:
    • Directories of university libraries
    Michigan State University
    Other colleges and universities
    • Peterson's Guide to Four-Year Colleges , shelved in the IRC at call number L901.A554, provides summary data about undergraduate study at more than 2,000 United States and Canadian institutions. There is also a Web-based version that supports interactive keyword searching of the descriptions paid for by some (but not all) schools.
    • Educational Rankings Annual , shelved in the IRC at call number LB2331.63 .E34, reprints thousands of published lists ranking schools by various criteria. More discriminating than the usual published lists of "best" colleges.

    76. A GK-12 Fellowship Includes
    Department of Mathematical Sciences michigan Technological University provides opportunitiesto Strengthen k12 science and work with local schools to help
    Michigan Tech
    Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education

    For graduate students in Mathematics, Science, or Engineering
    To see lesson plans from last year
    A GK-12 Fellowship includes
    • A stipend of $18,000
    • Tuition and fees
    • $450 textbook allowance
    About the Program
    The Graduate Teaching Fellows program links higher education with primary and secondary schools. Non-education graduate students work with classroom teachers and their students to devise new, more authentic ways of learning science, math, engineering, and technology. GK-12 fellows create classroom projects in their subject area, organize learning programs for families, help keep teachers abreast of new technology, and lead discussions about career options in their majors. They help teachers implement a more active, participatory style of learning and use technology to enrich the classroom experience.
    Do you qualify?
    • Are you a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the U.S.?
    • Will you be a full-time graduate student at Michigan Tech during the 2000-20001 academic year?
    • Are you majoring in mathematics, a field of science (e.g., computer science, biology, chemistry, physics, or forestry), or a field of engineering (e.g., mechanical, materials, chemical, geological, electrical, civil, environmental, computer, biomedical, or mining)?

    77. ECollaboration -- CommTechLab @ Michigan State University
    to put technology in real k12 schools in Detroit Internet connections there are inschools, but how Copyright © 1999 CommTech Lab @ michigan State University
    Technology Enhanced Learning
    Carrie Heeter
    Michigan State University
    Department of Telecommunication

    3.0 Technology promise and the real world Internet 1 is already commonplace, while Internet2 is experimental. What's the reality of Internet 1 penetration in public schools? In 1998, 90% of public schools had at least some access to the Internet [2]! The number continues to grow. Looking closer at the classroom rather than school level, 39% of teachers had Internet access in their classrooms. Having access in the classroom does not necessarily equal use. Twenty-six percent of elementary teachers have actually used the World Wide Web in their classrooms. Twenty-six percent of middle school teachers do so. Thirty-four percent of high school teachers have used it. Some teachers use the Internet to prepare lessons. Twenty-eight percent of teachers use the Internet themselves weekly, or more often, to find information to use in lessons. Thirty-two percent do not use the Internet at all in preparing lessons; forty percent do so occasionally. In other words, nearly three fourths of teachers do not regularly use Internet 1 to prepare for teaching. Some teachers make creative, extensive use of the World Wide Web. Eighteen percent have posted information for students; seven percent of teachers had students email at least three times in a year; four had kids publish on the web.

    78. HVCN K-12 Resource Page
    in Education promotes internet technology in michigan's schools and libraries. locatedat the University of michigan School of is a vehicle for k12 teachers to
    K-12 Education Resources
    Local Resources
    Michigan Resources
    Internet Resource Lists
    This page is part of the Education Infocenter HVCN Please send mail to

    79. Leona Group Michigan - Michigan Schools
    michigan. Kalamazoo, MI 49007 616.384.6064 2001 2002 Annual Education Report;Lansing Walter French Academy • Pre-k-12 Peggy Vaughn, school leader 1900 S
    Background Support Services Academies What People Are Saying ... The Leona Group Arizona, L.L.C.
    The Leona Group
    Michigan L.L.C.
    4660 S. Hagadorn Rd.,
    Suite 500
    East Lansing, Michigan
    Tel: 517.333.9030
    Fax: 517.333.4559
    ACADEMIES Michigan
    click here to download it.
    • Detroit Allen Academy K-8 Dr. Larry Hines, school leader 14595 Heyden St. Detroit, MI 48223 Annual Education Report Beacon International Academy K-5 Easter James, school leader 1021 Clairpointe St. Detroit, MI 48215 Annual Education Report Academy Elementary K-5 Javier Garibay, school leader 8126 W. Vernor Hwy. Detroit, MI 48209 Annual Education Report Academy Middle Rick Guerra, school leader 1548 Porter St. Detroit, MI 48216

    80. Welcome To The K/RESA Teacher's Lounge!
    Directory Vital school information on all 108,000 k12 schools in America. michiganTeacher Network Supporting michigan k-12 teachers in the successful use of

    HowStuffWorks, Inc., debuted a new "Free to Schools" program recently. The new programs allows teachers to receive FREE copies of HowStuffWorks Express magazine for their classrooms. One package of 60 copies per school (two classroom sets) is available for free, and additional copies may be purchased at a substantial discount. Visit their web site for more information or click here to sign up for your free copies. Survival Guide for New Teachers
    How new teachers can work effectively with veteran teachers, parents, principals and educators.
    Education Index

    Breakdown by topic of excellent educational web sites American School Directory
    Vital school information on all 108,000 K-12 schools in America. AskERIC
    Large clearinghouse of resources and products on a broad-range of education related issues. Library in the Sky
    Over 15,000 links to educational resources. Education World
    Comprehensive educational site, including a safe search of 120,000 web resources.

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