Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_M - Military Schools Bookstore
Page 3     41-60 of 136    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Military Schools:     more books (102)
  1. Chief, Military Police Corps regiment, and commandant, U.S. Army military police school.: An article from: Military Police by David Phillips, 2010-09-22
  2. Individual rights and institutional authority: Prisons, mental hospitals, schools, and military : cases and materials (Contemporary legal education series) by James B Jacobs, 1979
  3. Military lessons: military schools, colleges and militia by William T Welcker, 2010-08-04
  4. Railways And Locomotives - Lectures Delivered At The School Of Military Engineering At Chatham In 1877. by John Wolfe Barry, 2010-06-04
  5. Military Schools And Courses Of Instruction In The Science And Art Of War In V1: France, Prussia, Austria, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Sardinia, England And The U.S. by Henry Barnard, 2007-07-25
  6. Reunion Handbook: A Guide for School and Military Reunions by Thomas Ninkovich, 1989-06
  7. Leading People: What School Leaders Can Learn from Military Leadership Development by William G. Monahan, Edwin R. Smith, 1995-03
  8. Ranger School, No Excuse Leadership by Brace E. Barber, 2000-04-04
  9. Experiences of a Civilian in Eastern Military Hospitals: With Observations On the English, French and Other Medical Departments, and the Organization of Military Medical Schools and Hospitals by Peter Pincoffs, 2010-01-10
  10. The Military Commander And The Law by Air Force Judge Advocate General School, 2004-06-30
  11. A study of schools serving military families in the U.S: education quality, federal administration, and funding by John S. Helmick, 1997-01-01
  12. Gear School Volume 1 by Adam Gallardo, Nuria Peris, 2007-10-24
  13. Military Helicopters (Modern Military Techniques) by James Ladd, 1987-02
  14. Reunion Solutions on CD-ROM: Everything You Need to Plan an Extraordinary Family, School, Military, Corporate or Association Reunion by Dina C. Carson, Risa J. Johnson, 2004-03-12

41. WUNC | 91.5fm | About Wunc | Three Reporters Associated With WUNC Are Recognized
same community. Jones reported that students in general, and minoritiesspecifically score higher in military schools. She posed
select page: home program schedule news commentaries about wunc news make a difference! pledge form volunteer silver circle business sponsors audience become a sponsor about wunc audio info staff jobs@wunc the state of things the people's pharmacy back porch music hosts reviews friday saturday sunday wunc events
audio info staff jobs@wunc News Release
Three reporters associated with WUNC are recognized for outstanding journalism
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina, December 30, 2002) Three WUNC Public Radio reporters recently won awards for their work in public broadcasting.
Jessica Jones, education reporter; Julie Donnelly, state capitol reporter for the North Carolina public Radio Association; and Steve Baragona were each recognized for outstanding reporting.
Jones won the North Carolina School Bell award for a story in which she investigated the inconsistencies in standardized testing between U.S. military based schools and civilian public schools in the same community. Jones reported that students in general, and minorities specifically score higher in military schools. She posed the question of whether or not military schools have bridged the racial gap and if civilian schools can learn from them.
The N.C. School Bell Award is given by the N.C. Association of Educators and the Public Schools of N.C. Award recipients are chosen from stories submitted by members of the media.

42. Nellis Air Force Base
Several military schools have recommendations for graduate credit which are recognizedby ERAU, including the USAF Weapons School, Air War College, Air Command

43. Education World® : School Issues : Department Of Defense Schools: Their Secret
AfricanAmerican eighth graders in DoDDS schools scored second in the nation whencompared with their peers in non-military schools; Hispanics placed first

School Issues Center
Archives: VIEW ALL ARTICLES Assessment ... Improvement School Issues Article S C H O O L I S S U E S A R T I C L E
Department of Defense Schools: Their Secret Weapons for Success
One of the most successful school systems in the U.S. is not in an exclusive suburb in a wealthy state. Instead, it is scattered across the country and the world on U.S. military bases. Strategic planning, a conviction that all children can learn, and community support are among the reasons for the system’s success. Included: Tips for improving school systems from the Department of Defense Education Activity.
A school system with a 35 percent annual student mobility rate, with half of its students living at the poverty line, with most of their parents having only a high school education with National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores among the highest in the U.S.? It sounds more like an ambitious goal than an actual district profile. But such a system does exist; only it exists where few people think to look for it in the United States military.
Why DoDEA Schools Work
March Toward Excellence: School Success and Minority Student Achievement in Department of Defense Schools names several in-school and out-school factors that contribute to the success of Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools. “The authors identify important policy implications for state and local policymakers,” according to the report’s executive summary. Among those factors:

44. Pravda.RU About Ten Thousand Policemen Will Ensure Law And Order At Internationa
About ten thousand policemen, military schools students and interior troops soldierswill secure safety and social order during the International youth games
Say what you want! PRAVDA.Ru will hear you!
Jun, 07 2002 In Russian Em Portugues Former USSR Top Stories ... About Pravda.RU:Society:More in detail
About ten thousand policemen will ensure law and order at International youth games in Moscow
About ten thousand policemen, military schools students and interior troops soldiers will secure safety and social order during the International youth games between the CIS member-countries, the Baltic and the Russian regions which will be held in Moscow in June 15-23.
Special headquarters, charged with organisation and coordination of the actions of all services and divisions have been set up in Moscow, said the press service of Moscow's police.
During the games in the places of mass gatherings a blotting-paper regime will be introduced, cars and luggage will be checked. In case of discovering suspicious objects, special containers protecting from explosion have been installed everywhere. To avoid the presence of explosives in the sports equipment it will be thoroughly checked.

Articles on the same subject on News.Google.Com:

45. Distance Learning Military Schools
DTTP. Civilian Personal/Professional Development. military schools, What isATRRS? It is a system of record for managing student input to training.
Related Links: Civilian Schools And Related Info AKO TADLP NGB DTTP Program Site DTTP Civilian Personal/Professional Development Military Schools What is ATRRS?
It is a system of record for managing student input to training. The on-line system integrates manpower requirements for individual training with the process by which the training base is resourced and training programs are executed. This automation support tool establishes training requirements, determines training programs, manages class schedules, allocates class quotas, makes seat reservations, and records student attendance. To see current military courses in ATRRS that are available via Distance Learning click here.

46. TV ACRES: Schools At A Glance - Military Schools Section
Click to Return to Homepage. Section Schools Military. military schools.Return to SCHOOLS. SCHOOL, LOCATION, PROGRAMS. Westfield Military Academy,USA,
Section: Schools - Military MILITARY SCHOOLS Return to SCHOOLS
SCHOOL LOCATION PROGRAMS Westfield Military Academy USA Marlin Military Academy USA Malcolm in the Middle United States Naval Academy Annapolis, Maryland Men Of Annapolis US Military Academy at West Point West Point, 50 miles north of New York City on the Hudson River. The West Point Story Return to Home Page

47. National Survey Of Academic Research Instruments And Instrumentation Needs
sample frame The 1994 institutional population consisted of the 214 colleges anduniversities (other than medical schools, military schools, and academic FFRDCs
National Survey of Academic Research Instruments and Instrumentation Needs
Survey Design
Trend Data
Availability of data 1. Overview
a. Purpose
The Survey of Academic Research Instruments and Instrumentation Needs is a congressionally mandated survey that serves as the primary source of information on the need, stock, cost, and utilization of research and development equipment within academia in the United States. It is used by Congress and Federal agencies in planning programs for funding academic instrumentation. b. Respondents
The survey is completed in part by departmental chairpersons at selected institutions of higher education and in part by individual investigators within the departments. c. Key variables
    Adequacy of research equipment
    Age of academic research equipment
    Field of science and engineering
    Instrumentation needs Maintenance/repair expenditures for academic research equipment Provision for maintenance of academic research equipment Purchase price of academic research equipment Type of equipment Use of academic equipment (i.e., research, instruction, combined)

48. Schools And Staffing Survey Schools Page
of Private Schools for Exceptional Children, Montessori, Independent Schools, NationalIndependent Private School Association, Other, and military schools.
site index
Public Schools
Public school data on districts, schools, principals, teachers and library media centers are reliable at the state and national levels. A public school is defined as an institution that provides educational services for at least one of grades 1 through 12 (or comparable ungraded levels), has one or more teachers to give instruction, is located in one or more buildings, receives public funds as primary support and is operated by an education or chartering agency. They include regular, special education, vocational/technical, alternative and public charter schools. Schools in juvenile detention centers and schools located on military bases and operated by the Department of Defense are included. They also include Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded schools operated by local public school districts. Traditional Public Schools are a subset of all public schools that are not public charter schools. They include regular, special education, vocational/technical and alternative schools. They also include schools in juvenile detention centers and schools located on military bases and operated by the Department of Defense and Bureau of Indian Affairs-funded schools operated by local public school districts. See also the definitions for public charter schools.

49. University Links - Categories
Aid Offices; Historically Black Schools; Ivy League Schools Universities;Medical Schools; military schools; Protestant Schools; School

Click Here to Visit our Sponsor

NEW: Find all essentail info about any college or university you want anywhere in the USA in our new database. Go there!
  • Adult Education
  • Art, Culinary, and Music Colleges
  • Business Schools ... REPORT ERRORS
  • 50. Are You Eligible To Buy Adobe Product?
    Centers; military schools that do not grant academic degrees; Researchlaboratories not recognized by the Department of Education.
    Who can buy Adobe?
    Qualified Examples
    • Accredited public or private primary or secondary school providing full-time instruction for grades K-12 or a school district for such schools Accredited public or private university or college(including community, junior or vocational college) that grants degrees requiring not less than the equivalent of two(2) years of full-time study Administrative Offices or Boards of Education of Educational Institutions Home schools approved by Adobe in its sole discretion Government schools located in United States territories Named Educational Entities approved by Adobe, only if individual named entities are approved by Adobe in writing if not already listed by Adobe on its web site
      • Hospitals that are wholly owned and operated by an educational institution. Wholly owned and operated means the educational institution is sole owner of the hospital and only entity exercising control over day to day operations Higher education research laboratories that are a public institution and recognized by the Department of Education, teach students as part of their research mission, can provide copy of Bylaws that states relationship with controlling university.

    51. Adobe Education: Qualifying For Educational Pricing
    military schools that do not grant academic degrees; Other nonqualifiedexamples as listed by Adobe from time to time on its Internet Web site.
    750) document.write(''); //> Education Purchasing Find a participating Adobe Education Reseller to purchase products at Education Prices. Volume Licensing for Establishments Students, Teachers, and Lecturers: How to Buy
    Educational Establishments:
    Qualified Examples
  • Accredited public or private primary, secondary or higher education school providing full-time instruction. This includes nursery schools, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, grammar schools, schools for the handicapped, teacher training colleges, technical colleges, further education colleges, research institutes, adult education centres and State run or State subsidised facilities for the re-training of the unemployed.
  • Administrative Offices or Boards of Education of Educational Establishments (For their own use).
  • Home schools approved in writing by Adobe in its sole discretion.
  • Government schools located in the Territory.
  • Named educational entities approved by Adobe, only if individual named entities are approved by Adobe in writing if not already listed by Adobe on its Web site
  • Hospitals that are wholly owned and operated by an Educational Establishment. Wholly owned and operated means the Educational Establishment is sole owner of the hospital and only entity exercising control over day to day operations.
  • 52. Department Of Defense Education Activity
    Public schools Serving military Housing Areas Click for more information about public schools serving Oahu's military housing areas Please be aware that these charts are approximations.
    DoDEA Home Teaching the children of America's military families worldwide
    Updated Page
    The Datacentral database application has moved. The new link is: Please update any bookmarks or favorites.
    Privacy and Security Notice
    Last reviewed February 14, 2002

    53. Fort Sheridan Alumni
    A web community of former military dependants that lived at Fort Sheridan and attended schools in Highland Park, Illinois.

    54. United States Military Academy At West Point
    The mission of the USMA is to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets so that each graduate Category Reference Education New York US military Academy...... Help Security Privacy US Army US Army Web © US military Academy West Photo DENTACPERSONNEL VISIT WEST POINT schools Dental hygienists Betty Moretti (right


    Our Mission

    About The Academy


    U.S. Army Web
    West Point, N.Y. 10996
    Phone: (845) 938-4011
    DSN: 688-1110
    Non-DOD links may be provided for mission support and as a community service. Their appearance does not constitute an endorsement by the DOD, DA, or USMA. BROTHERS CALL THE SOCCER SHOTS Brothers Zack (left, age 10) and Kyle (right, age 9) Gorak have both been certified to referee soccer. Kyle is the youngest soccer referee in New York state and possibly in the nation. The boys are the sons of Maj. Mark Gorak, an aviation instructor in the Mathematical Sciences Department, who is a professional soccer referee. (USMA/Kathy Eastwood) View current and recent home page photos, updated 4 April. Virtual Engineering Contest challenges students The following are highlights from this week's Pointer View. Read them in their entirety at Cadet Model UN team wins 2003 WorldMUN (April 4) The West Point Model United Nations team earned First Place at the 2003 World Model United Nations Conference in Heidelberg Germany. Emmer makes history wins 301st, breaks all-time record

    55. History Of Soviet Air Force In Pictures: Fighter Pilot Schools
    Interactive photo album on CD shows part of the USSR's military flight training system.
    Fighter Pilot Schools
    All you wanted to know about
    C o n t e n t
    T h e a l b u m
    This album is subdivided to 5 parts according to 5 main stages of Soviet Fighter Pilot formal training: Preschool training and 4 years in a Higher Fighter Pilot School.
    The authors...

    Look at the left photo of first year cadet, and then look at the right photo of a graduate year cadet in MiG-21's cockpit...
    Do you see any difference? Do you have any questions?
    Have you ever heard about Soviet Air Force? Have you ever seen "Russian" fighter pilots? (Please, do not count "Top Gun" and other Hollywood stuff). Would you like to see how they really look like, how do they train, live, fly? Now, you've got a chance...
    This interactive photo album on CD is the first from "History of Soviet Air Force in pictures" collection. It shows the most interesting part of the USSR's military flight training system - its Fighter Pilot Schools About unique never published before photos showing step by step the road to a fighter pilot's wings will answer all your questions. The pictures are placed in chronological order and supported by text explanations. See a close-up view of the CD The album is dedicated to 50th anniversary of Chernigov Higher Fighter Pilot School. Limited English edition is available for online orders only. Reserve you copy today.

    56. AWOL! Youth For Peace And Revolution
    A byyouth, for-youth e-zine to educate ourselves and our peers about the realities of military life and its presence in our schools and communities.
    Who We Are Donate to CCCO CCCO Publications CCCO In the News ... CCCO Links
    Take Action
    Military Out of Our Schools Third World Outreach Program Helping Students Out of the Delayed Enlistment Program Questioning the Military's JROTC Program ... Search the Site
    AWOL! Youth for Peace and Revolution
    The vile hypocrisy of war and violence is constantly bombarding our lives through relentless propaganda. It's supposed to leave us desensitized, blind, mute ,and passive. In a world so threatened by greed and war, let's all choose a life dedicated to the perseverance of peace and freedom. So now's the time to get loud, get vocal, get busy, get focused, and get ready!!! We've been involuntarily recruited into helping the gears, wheels, and deals of the war machine turn. AWOL #3, published in April 1999, was so popular we distributed 10,000 copies! Check it out by downloading the 1.1 mb acrobat file
    Have you seen the new AWOL Magazine?
    Before You Enlist Military Out of Our Schools ... Home
    Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors

    57. Rockwall Controls Company
    Provides monitoring, trending, and analysis of the operation of remote facilities including hospitals, schools, office buildings, military bases, and museums.

    58. U.S.Army Garrison, Fort McClellan, Alabama
    Home to the U.S. Army military Police and U.S. Army Chemical schools (Chemical Defense Training Facility CDTF).
    Due to the recent closure of Fort McClellan as an active training installation, the U.S. Army Chemical and Military Police Schools are now located at Fort Leonard Wood , Missouri. All Range Operations previously conducted by Fort McClellan are now conducted by the Alabama National Guard Training Site. Click here for ALNGTS Points of Contact This page updated 16 December 2002

    59. Good Schools Of India - Guide To The Best Residential Schools In India
    Listings and succinct details of some of the best residential, coeducational, military and sports schools in the country.
    This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them.

    60. ISACS
    A sample school statement ot parents on distinguishing hazing from teasing, written by Col. Ronald J. Kelly, President, Missouri military Academy for the Independent schools Association of the Central States (ISACS).

    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

    Page 3     41-60 of 136    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | Next 20

    free hit counter