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  1. Military Intelligence Service Language School, U.S. Army, Fort Snelling, Minnesota by Stone S Ishimaru, 1991
  2. Northern Lights by Tim O'Brien, 2003-07
  3. The United States Court of Military Appeals by Thomas E Dougherty, 1952

61. Y&M - JROTC And Strike-Breaking
in communities like Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and Rochester, minnesota. be fired bythe military for participating The contract that schools must sign with the
JROTC Teachers Bring Military's Strike-Breaking Role into Schools By Rick Jahnkow During a recent teachers' strike in San Diego, an important lesson was learned about the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. Earlier research had already exposed the way JROTC misleads students concerning the anti-union history of the military, and it is clear that the JROTC curriculum instills the sort of values and attitudes in young people that will turn them into obedient, exploitable employees. Developments observed by activists in San Diego now make it clear that the JROTC program can also directly undermine the collective bargaining power of public school teachers. In 1992, when local groups began protesting the $800,000 budget for JROTC in the San Diego Unified School District, organizers attempted to involve teacher union activists in the debate. Unfortunately, members of the San Diego Teachers Association (SDTA) were unwilling to publicly criticize the program because, they said, the SDTA also represented JROTC instructors. It would be improper, they argued, for them to advocate termination of some of their own members' job slots. In February of 1996, after going without a pay raise for several years, 5,000 of San Diego's teachers went on strike. Despite the loyalty the SDTA had shown earlier to JROTC teachers, all 21 JROTC classroom instructors turned their backs on the union and crossed picket lines at the school district's 10 JROTC schools. At one high school only three teachers crossed the line, and two of them were the school's JROTC staff!

62. AAPS PRODUCTS: Schools Offering Programs In Chemical Engineering
schools Offering Programs in Chemical Engineering. Alabama. McMaster University Hamilton,Ontario. Royal military College of Canada Kingston, Ontario. minnesota.

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63. NDOL Charter Schools
strategies, such as organizing as virtual charter schools (schools that operate completelyonline), military academies, or Former minnesota State Rep. Charter Schools.htm

64. GT Transfer Equivalency Catalog: U Schools
U schools. Choose the school at which the courses are taught United StatesCoast Guard Acad. United States military Academy. Univ of minnesotaDuluth.
OSCAR Web Georgia Tech Transfer Equivalency Catalog Last Updated: April 3, 2003 U Schools [ Main ] page...

65. MSBA - Management Services Newsletter - September 2001
and MS 192.261 provide A. Under minnesota Statute, “any have been or may be calledto military service means that districts must not use schools to “coerce

66. Find Your School @
About EDUSlash View a list of schools Front Page. of Michigan University of minnesota,Twin Cities University Tulane University US military Academy University

67. MTEA Home Page
position has been called for active duty in the military. Sandy Skavnak, Human Resources,Minnetonka Public schools, (952) 401 Safety grants from minnesota OSHA


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In the Spot Light... Please take time to read the Minnesota Technology Education Association's position document concerning the retention of the Minnesota Profile of Learning as revised for approval by the legislature. The MTEA strongly supports Senate File 639 and is making an effort to have all of our members contact their Senators to solicit their support as well. If you aren't sure how to contact your Senator here is the perfect resource for you: Find my legislator . Type in your address and your legislators will be listed along with web site and e-mail links. It is crucial that you contact your Senator immediately and solicit their support of Senate File 639! Thank you for your support! ITEA Presentations and Materials - Click Here! Standards Training:
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68. Current Campaigns
Private, Charter and Alternative schools. West Bank CDC*; Wilder Foundation, AmherstH. Women Against military Madness (WAMM)*; Women's Foundation of minnesota.
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69. - Your Twin Cities Everything Guide
of protesters took to Twin Cities streets Thursday with loud rallies, angry chantsand bitter condemnation of the military action. , minnesota student faces S
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71. MWBS Online - The Minnesota Preparatory Schools
minnesota Preparatory schools is now Cotter High School. Please update your bookmark to the new page. Midwest Boarding schools, Admission

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72. Monterey County Herald | 05/09/2002 | Military Schools Get Money To Spruce Up Ca
military schools get money to spruce up campuses bill, which funds military constructionand
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Back to Home ... News Wednesday, Apr 09, 2003 Breaking News Posted on Thu, May. 09, 2002 Military schools get money to spruce up campuses The Naval Postgraduate School and Defense Language Institute received millions of federal dollars in order to spruce up their Monterey campuses, Rep. Sam Farr announced today. DLI received $1.4 million to improve drainage around its facilities. The Navy school received more than $9 million to begin replacing Spanagel Hall and a fence around campus. The money came from a $393 billion Department of Defense bill, which funds military construction and family housing, wages and other benefits for service members. Also Thursday, Congress granted $75,000 to the Fort Ord Reuse Authority to use toward building houses at Fort Ord. The money came from last year's spending bill for two congressional committees on which Farr sits. FORA will use the money to design housing programs at Fort Ord, said Michael Houlemard, the agency's executive director. email this print this Find a Job ... and more...

73. Minnesota Women's Press, Inc.
schools and 6 percent in special education schools. to have little or no effect onmilitary readiness, and and lesbian couples living in minnesota continues to
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Boxer aims to reverse Global Gag Rule
During his first week in office, President George W. Bush imposed a policy known as the Global Gag Rule. The policy bars U.S. aid to international groups that use their own money to support abortion, prohibits the lobbying of foreign governments on abortion policy and restricts doctors from suggesting abortion as a family planning option. The house has already voted to preserve Bush's policy. However, the Global Democracy Promotion Act of 2001, meant to reverse Bush's policy, was approved by a Senate committee at the beginning of this month. Senator Barbara Boxer, who proposed the Global Democracy Promotion Act of 2001, said that the policy shows the "growing opposition to this president's radical views on family planning." The Senate is expected to pass Boxer's bill this fall, but it is unlikely to become law. Bush has vowed to veto the measure.
Sexual abuse in NYC schools skyrockets
A recent analysis by the New York Post found that in New York City schools at least one student per day is sexually abused by a teacher or staff member. The Post analysis showed that 75 percent of the victims are girls.

74. University Of Minnesota Catalogs Online–Duluth
The incomplete should be extended until the military duty is completed. the officialDuluth Catalog published on July 16, 2001, by the University of minnesota.

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    Students who are called to active military duty can withdraw from UMD. The University works with students to remove them from class and get tuition and other financial issues resolved. Students need to submit a copy of their military orders and are asked to complete a retroactive tuition petition. As a general rule, the petition is approved at a 100 percent refund unless there are negative financial aid implications for the student. Students are advised as to what would be the most beneficial for their situation.
    Students who wish to continue their registration status while on duty have two options. The first option is to make arrangements with professors to take an incomplete for coursework instead of canceling, particularly for students who are receiving financial aid. The professor and the student must agree on a plan for completion and file the plan with the department. The incomplete should be extended until the military duty is completed.
    The second option is to try to complete the work while on active duty.
  • 75. University Of Minnesota Catalogs Online–Duluth
    Veterans Veterans may use prior military experience as credit for advanced placement DuluthCatalog published on July 16, 2001, by the University of minnesota.

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    The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) is a college-level educational program that gives students the opportunity to become Air Force officers while completing their degrees. AFROTC offers post-collegiate opportunities in more than 100 career specialties. Air Force officers are challenged with organizational responsibilities and experiences not often available to new college graduates. This program is for students who want to challenge themselves as Air Force leaders and managers while serving their country in a professional, high-tech environment. High school students seeking scholarships should review requirements and submit an application before December 1 of their senior year. College students seeking scholarships should contact UMD's AFROTC unit at 218-726-8159.
    Four-Year Program
    The four-year program is divided into the General Military Course (GMC), primarily for freshmen and sophomores, and the Professional Officer Course (POC), primarily for juniors and seniors. The GMC allows a student to "try out" AFROTC without incurring an obligation (unless receiving an AFROTC scholarship). At UMD, the GMC consists of a one-credit hour lecture and a 75-minute leadership lab every week. Students learn leadership and officership skills; Air Force career opportunities; educational benefits; the life and work of an officer; the organization and missions of the Air Force; and historic development of aerospace doctrine and strategies. In the second year of the GMC, cadets compete for selection to Field Training before entering the POC.
  • 76. University Of Minnesota NROTC
    From there it is on to The Basic School (TBS) and then their followon MilitaryOccupational Specialty (MOS) schools before they finally hit the fleet.As a
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    Located in lovely Quantico, VA, OCS is probably the biggest step on the path to get the gold bars. Officer candidates attend either one or two six-week sessions or a ten-week session (depending upon the program they are enrolled in) before they can be commissioned. OCS is designed to screen candidates for the potential to be leaders of Marines. Throughout the course of instruction, they are challenged both mentally and physically and are evaluated on how well they demonstrate the attributes needed to be a Marine officer. Their final standing depends upon their scores in three categories: Leadership (50% of overall grade), Academics (25% of overall grade), and Physical Fitness (25% of overall grade). Once the candidate completes OCS, the only other requirement for a commission is a college degree.
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    77. Military Leave
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    79. Alternative--Minnesota Transitions Charter Schools
    Online Class ListMinnesota Transitions Charter School. Whether their choice iscollege, vocational school, the military, or a job, this course teaches basic
    Online Class ListMinnesota Transitions Charter School
    Online Classes Offered via Advanced Academics
    Academic Skills A, the first semester of a two-semester course, focuses on improving students learning and study skills. This course covers learning styles, planning, time management, concentration, listening, note taking, test taking, and report writing. Academics Skills is an elective course recommended for middle school students. Life skills prepare students to leave high school with a plan in mind. Whether their choice is college, vocational school, the military, or a job, this course teaches basic skills needed in every avenue. This is an elective course designed for students in grades nine through twelve. Spanish 1A, the first of a two-semester course, focuses on the fundamentals of the Spanish language starting with basic vocabulary, grammar, word conjugation, sentences structure, and gender agreement. Spanish 1B, the second of a two-semester course, focuses on the fundamentals of the Spanish language starting with basic vocabulary, grammar, word conjugation, sentences structure, and gender agreement. Spanish 2A, the first of a two-semester course, focuses on continuing simple present tense and present progressive verbs, vocabulary, grammar, essential idiomatic expressions, dialogues, and an advanced development of reading and writing comprehension skills. This course also provides exposure to the cultures of Spanish speaking countries.

    80. MPR: Camp Ripley's Role In National Defense
    Lesson on Learning The federal government has expanded its role in public schoolsby making There's been a military presence in central minnesota since the
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    November 27, 2001 There's been a military presence in central Minnesota since the mid-1800s. Even before Minnesota was a state, the U.S. government built a military outpost called Fort Ripley, seven miles north of present-day Little Falls. Hundreds of federal and state troops were stationed inside the wooden stockade. In the 1920s and '30s, the state bought land to build Camp Ripley in the same area. The camp's purpose was to train Minnesota National Guard troops for war. Seventy years later, Camp Ripley is considered one of the premiere Guard facilities in the country. It still prepares National Guard troops for battle. But the training has taken on new significance since the attacks of Sept. 11. Troops training at Camp Ripley in 1936.

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