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         Mississippi Vocational Schools:     more books (28)
  1. Vocational & Technical Schools West: More Than 2,300 Vocational Schools West of the Mississippi River (Peterson's Vocational and Technical Schools West) by Peterson's, 2009-12-10
  2. Vocational & Technical Schools - East: More Than 2,600 Vocational Schools East of the Mississippi River (Peterson's Vocational and Technical Schools East) by Peterson's, 2009-12-10
  3. Survey of the trade and vocational schools east of the Mississippi river by Mattie M Rives, 1930
  4. Way2Smart will serve professional support staff.(Brief Article): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Elizabeth Kirkland, 2000-12-11
  5. Business, education collaborate on Institute for Business Ethics.: An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Harriet S. Vickers, 2004-12-13
  6. Going for the more traditional: there's gift baskets, cooking school classes; or you could try a watch or some jewelry.(Executive Gift Guide): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Laura Smith, 2009-10-05
  7. 'A culinary destination': Viking opens cooking school in Ridgeland in latest expansion.(VIKING COOKING SCHOOL): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Laura Smith, 2009-08-24
  8. Mulling graduate school? Consider all responsibilities.(Education, HR & Workforce Training)(universities offer distance education and part-time courses ... article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Lynne Jeter, 2005-07-25
  9. Busy at work? Want an MBA? Think 'distance'.(Master of Business Administration ): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2005-04-04
  10. MUW again offering popular real estate law course: next course offered could be taught over fiber optic network. (Focus Real Estate).(Mississippi University ... article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Elizabeth Kirkland, 2003-05-26
  11. Motivation and learning strategies of students in distance education.: An article from: Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences by Beth Dunigan, Kenneth J. Curry, 2006-04-01
  12. Couple gives $1m-plus to WLPC.(Strictly Business)(Workplace Learning and Performance Center): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal
  13. Southern Miss lands grant, selecting residents.(Strictly Business): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Unavailable, 2009-08-17
  14. Construction workforce training focus of Swoope's attention.(Focus Workforce): An article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2004-03-29

61. Schools Colleges Universities With Vocational / Industrial Education Majors In U
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62. West Virginia Schools & Education Online
vocational schools 1000 mississippi St VOC 600 Harley Staggers Keyser, WV (304) 7884240N/A Mineral County vocational Technical Center 600 Harley O Staggers Dr

63. Welcome To The Mississippi Family Council
15 of whom went on to colleges or vocational schools. of the deeper problems in charterschools have resulted Yes, mississippi does have a charter school law
Family Snapshots VIP: MFC News Vital Signs Radio Commentary ... What are the potential problems? What is a Charter School? Back to questions
A charter school is a public school that is released from most state and local regulations in exchange for meeting specific, objective, academic goals . Although they may be existing schools, the most effective ones are new schools, created around a particular educational or administrative philosophy. Examples of this might include utilizing a "classical" form of instruction, or having teachers serve also as administrators. Numerous other possibilities exist. Health and safety laws must be followed, but decisions on curricula, discipline, budget, schedule, and other administrative decisions are left to the discretion of the school. We don't have enough money to fund our current schools. Why would we want to create new schools? Back to questions
It is important to note that the term "school" as used here refers to

64. State Departments Of Education And Alternatives Schools
Education The mississippi Educational Network mississippi Institutions of LibrariesNew Hampshire schools Directory of Educational, vocational and Career
State Departments of Education
and Alternative Schools
Alabama State Department of Education Alabama Education Online Girl Scouts Outreach Program
Alaska Dept of Education State of Alaska - Educational Sites Government Educational Services Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
Arizona Department of Education Bostrom Alternative High School Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education
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Colorado Department of Education Colorado Department of Higher Education Education in Colorado The EXCEL School
Connecticut State Department of Education Education in Connecticut Area Cooperative Educational Services University of Connecticut
District of Columbia Public School System
Education in Florida Florida DOE Program Information
Florida Department of Education - Sunshine State Standards
SAIL High School, Tallahassee, Fla

65. NCRVE: Other Useful Sites
California Partnership Academies; mississippi State University's Research of StateDirectors of vocational Technical Education Omaha Public schools' Careers and
NCRVE Home Site Search Product Search
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Please note: The links on this page point to information maintained by non-NCRVE organizations; the information is not controlled or formally endorsed by NCRVE. (However, the existence of a link indicates that someone at NCRVE thinks the information is useful!) Please also see the NCRVE pages devoted to K-12 sites and Skill Standards , and the NET Gain archive This page is (permanently) under construction. If you know of a useful voc ed-related information source, please send the details to David Carlson at NCRVE (
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66. James Herbert White Library - Policies And Procedures
Legislature as mississippi vocational College in 1946. The expressed purpose ofthe institution was to train teachers for rural and elementary schools and to
Mississippi Valley State University
James Herbert White Library

" Serving the Mississippi Delta"

Mission Statement

Collection Development Policy

Selection and De-selection Policy
Reserve Policies and Procedures

James Herbert White, the university’s first president, dreamed and laid plans for the 450 acres on which Mississippi Valley State University stands today. “That phase of the dream, which now stands as a reality for the world, has come through the clearing of a “cotton patch”, and the perseverance of James Herbert White”. In 1845, the first “Inland Cotton Plantation” was opened by Benjamin Grubb Humphrey who, with his servants from Port Gibson, cleared the virgin timber, that built homes and put land into cultivation. “The property in this part of Mississippi was known as “The Wilderness” and had been bought from the United States after the signing of the “Treaty of the Dancing Rabbit” with the Choctaw Indians.” In 1961, Dr. White boasted of a Mississippi Vocational College that “stands as an educational Mecca for the nation and state.” The library collections, in the university’s early history (1950-1961), were adequate, but not what Dr. White envisioned to meet the competitive demands of a changing economy. Therefore, Dr. White recommended to the State an adequate library appropriation of $100,000.00. Today, Mississippi Valley State University’s James Herbert White Library, occupied in 1973, has a seating capacity for more than 100 students, a collection of 132,119 volumes, media collection of more than 4,200 volumes, and a plethora of electronic databases that place students in finger tip reach of information locally and globally. The Library’s integrated library system, Endeavor Voyager allows students online access to the library collection twenty-four hours.

67. Education
students to take additional college preparatory or vocational courses. The SouthernAssociation of Colleges and schools and the mississippi Private School

Greenville, Mississippi
The Greenville area is fortunate to have a number of educational options available to meet individual needs and preferences. Public Schools The two campuses of the Western Line Consolidated School District serve neighborhoods in the southwestern part of Washington County: O’Bannon Elementary and High School and Riverside Elementary and High School. For information on Western Line Schools, call 662-335-7186. Private/Parochial Schools Families who prefer private education can choose from four options in Greenville: The St. Joseph School System offers Catholic education for approximately 600 students in K-12. Elementary students attend Our Lady of Lourdes, 1600 E. Reed Road, and junior and senior high students attend St. Joseph High School, 700 Golf Street. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accredit the high school and the National Catholic Education Association accredits both schools. For more information call Our Lady of Lourdes at 662-334-3287 or St. Joseph at 662-378-9711. Greenville Christian School serves an enrollment of approximately 325 students in K-12 on a multi-building campus located on Hwy 1 South. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Mississippi Private School Association accredit the school. For information call 662-332-0946.

68. Statement Of Purpose
Association of Colleges and Secondary schools to award Campus (with both academicand vocationaltechnical centers Kemper County at Scooba, mississippi, and a
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East Mississippi Community College
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Telephone Number 404-679-4501
to award the Associate Degree,
by The State Department of Education , and by The Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation , and by The American Board of Funeral Service Education And is a Member of American Association of Community Colleges The Mississippi Association of Colleges, and The Mississippi Junior College Association East Mississippi Community College attests to its commitment to and intent to comply with the criteria of the College Delegate Assembly, either current or as hereafter modified consistent with the policies and procedures of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

69. Schools - Chapter 19 / Offshore / Oilfield / Maritime Jobs
This mississippi junior college offers a twoyear technical program for those seekingemployment in the exploration, production State vocational schools (general
Schools / Training Programs
Chapter 19
Crane Tech is a major provider of training and inspection services for the US Government and many of the largest
corporations in America and abroad. We specialize in material handling which includes: Mobile cranes, overhead
cranes, hoists, rigging, fork lifts, aerial lifts, rigging and earth moving equipment. For information on how to attend a great school, or information about on site training by industry experts, contact Dan Jenkins If you presently don't have any offshore / oilfield / maritime experience and would like to get some, you might consider a vocational a junior college, vocational school or class which specializes in oil field training. These schools and classes are ran by skilled, experienced professionals who know their stuff. AND don't forget that they will have insider contacts as well as offer job placement assistance.
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TEEX found here.
  • Advanced Incident Command System Automatic Plotting and Radar Aids Basic Incident Command System Bridge Resource Management Coastal Oil Spill Control Fast Rescue Boat Training First Aid / CPR Freshwater Oil Spill Control Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Helicopter Landing Officer Training Intermediate Incident Command System Oil Tanker Safety and Familiarization Personal Survival at Sea Proficiency in Survival Craft Radar Observer Certification for Inland Waters Radar Observer—Unlimited Certification

70. Mississippi Valley State University
by the mississippi Legislature in 1946, the mississippi vocational College openedin the summer of 1950 to train teachers for rural elementary schools and to

71. Rolling Fork Community Information Schools. Colleges, Local Schools, More...
University of mississippi Medical Center123456 Jackson, MS (48 miles away) » Address PublicSchools. South Delta vocational Complex, N, 00 00, Address and Phone
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Scenes from Mississippi Rolling Fork, Mississippi
47 miles from Jackson, Mississippi Schools Schools within 50 miles Colleges: Mississippi College
Clinton, MS (42 miles away)
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Mississippi Valley State University
Itta Bena, MS (46 miles away)
Address, Phone Numbers and Map

Official Website
Tougaloo College
Tougaloo, MS (46 miles away)
Address, Phone Numbers and Map
Official Website Millsaps College Jackson, MS (48 miles away) Address, Phone Numbers and Map Official Website University of Mississippi Medical Center123456 Jackson, MS (48 miles away) Address, Phone Numbers and Map Official Website Belhaven College Jackson, MS (49 miles away) Address, Phone Numbers and Map Official Website Jackson State University Jackson, MS (49 miles away) Address, Phone Numbers and Map Official Website Public Schools School 1998 Enrollment Grades Address and Phone Map South Delta Elementary School PK - 05 Address and Phone Numbers Draw Map South Delta High School Address and Phone Numbers Draw Map South Delta Vocational Complex N Address and Phone Numbers Draw Map Yellow Page Listings Alternative Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Board Of Education ... Vocational Official School Pages Rolling Fork, MS

72. Welcome To McComb And Pike County Mississippi
Two vocational schools also serve the community. There are 10 universities within80 miles University of Southern mississippi, Louisiana State University
Welcome To McComb Mississippi
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Pike County is a diversified community that blends residential, industrial, recreational and up-to-date medical development to enhance the quality of life for its citizens and improve its retirement community standing. With its mild 4-season climate, low cost of living and excellent entertainment opportunities, this safe attractive community provides a very high quality of life. Excellent Location . . . Pike County is nestled in one of the South's most picturesque regions, in the southwest corner of Mississippi where the majestic Piney Woods meet the gently rolling Mississippi River lowlands. Our winters are mild; our summers long and warm. McComb is midway (about 1.3 hours) between the capitals - Jackson and Baton Rouge. New Orleans International Airport, Bourbon Street and the Superdome are within 88 minutes.

73. Education
of study award students vocational/technical certificates Southern Association ofCollege and schools. Louisiana State University, mississippi State University
Vicksburg-Warren County offers an opportunity for public, private, parochial, and higher education. Fourteen colleges and universities are located within a 50-mile radius of Vicksburg. These institutions provide students with a varied selection of post-secondary educational programs close to home.
Higher Education
Hinds Community College
Hinds Community College (HCC), located in Warren County, is one available choice. HCC offers a well-rounded curriculum within three divisions. Hinds offers 28 courses of study under the umbrella of the High School Division. These studies include basic academic courses and specialized vocational-technical preparatory courses. Hinds specializes in vocational and technical courses offered within its college division. In addition to the academic transfer program, trade apprenticeship programs, GED preparation and adult literacy programs, Hinds offers several career training choices. These courses of study award students vocational/technical certificates and/or an Associate of Applied Science Degrees upon successful completion. Fourteen additional educational services are provided by HCC. These services include job placement at MSES job Bank, the mobile literacy unit and the educational test center. Hinds Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of College and Schools. Although financial aid is available, the low tuition costs at Hinds are easily affordable for many students.

74. Legislative Analysis
Of the five vocational schools in which the discriminatory patterns in vocationalprograms can Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, mississippi, Missouri, Idaho
Have Our Work Force Opportunities
Been Unfairly Limited?
By Robert L. Redding, Jr.
ASA Washington, D.C. Representative
The National Women's Law Center claims that in the area of vocational and technical education, Title IX has been ignored and sex segregation is pervasive. The automotive repair industry needs qualified female employees to help lower its employment deficit, and we should not lose these potential employees due to outdated stereotypes. Estimate the projected deficit in technicians within the automotive repair industry over the next 10 years. Does around 50,000 employees sound right? How about 100,000? Not even close. Over the next 10 years the projected deficit in automotive repair technicians is a whopping 418,000, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook. Women account for nearly half of today's work force. Why, in an industry desperately in need of qualified employees, are there so few female automotive repair technicians? The National Women's Law Center appears to have found the answer. A report released by the center June 6 examines sex bias in high school vocational and technical programs, a violation of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

75. Untitled
senior colleges with professional schools in most As an integral part of mississippi'seconomic development efforts, the vocationalTechnical (Vo
Education Public: Lincoln County provides public education through two school districts. The Lincoln County School District supports four attendance centers covering grades kindergarten through 12. There are approximately 2,643 students and 135 certified teachers in the district. The student/teacher ratio is 20 to one. The Brookhaven Separate School District supports seven schools covering grades kindergarten through 12. There are approximately 3,900 students and 263 certified teachers in the district. The student/teacher ratio is 15 to one. All public schools in the districts are accredited by the Mississippi State Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. An instructional management plan which utilizes a uniform, nonoptional curriculum for developing mandatory skills, monitors proficiency for promotion, and provides instructional accountability to ensure the proper teaching of course materials is administered by each district. The curricula at public schools in Lincoln County are college preparatory and offer a complete program of standard courses, advanced studies, electives, business courses, foreign languages, computer languages, and extracurricular activities. Remedial education, special education, and programs for gifted children are also an integral part of the curricula.
1990 Educational Characteristics for Lincoln County Percent of Persons Age 18-24 with High School Diplomas = 71.4

76. Vocational / Technical Schools In Morgantown, WV
vocational / Technical schools. Monongalia County Technical EducationCenter 1000 mississippi Street, Morgantown, WV 26505 (304) 2919240
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300 Court Street, Morgantown, WV 26505
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77. City Of Pearl, Mississippi - Education
in a wide variety of academic and vocational programs for more than 2,000 students.Approximately 4,000 students attend the district's six schools, two of

78. Webdoc8
vocational schools Tom Orr AVC. Church schools New Hope Christian Academyin Toxey,. Meridian Community College in Meridian, mississippi.
Choctaw County Public Library Butler, AL USA Choctaw County, Alabama Choctaw County Courthouse 117 South Mulberry Street Butler, Alabama 36904 Chamber of Commerce 122 Riderwood Drive Butler, Alabama 36904 Location Alabama Map Choctaw County Map Library The Choctaw County Public Library in Butler is open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. It is located at 124 North Academy Avenue, next door to City Hall and across the street from Hardee's. Phone 205-459-2542 · Fax 205-459-4122 e-mail Summer Reading Program June and July History Choctaw County was established on 29 December 1847 from the southern part of Sumter County and the northern part of Washington County. Choctaw County was named for the Choctaw Indians , most of which were removed to Oklahoma. Some Choctaw Peoples still remain in Philadelphia, Mississippi. The original courthouse was built in 1848 in Butler. In 1859, and again in 1871, part of the courthouse burned, destroying many of the records in the Probate Office. The present courthouse was built in 1906-7. Choctaw Co. History and Statistics

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80. MATR News: Mississippi Officials Launch 20-year Initiative-Schools, State To Foc
Officials launch 20year initiative-schools, state to research, and strengthen workforce and vocational training agencies to the future of mississippi's economy
Mississippi Officials launch 20-year initiative-Schools, state to focus on economic development (Including links (thanks Lynn Hamilton) to the Montana University System Biennial Briefing Book to see what Montana is doing)
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State lawmakers launched a sweeping initiative Thursday to link higher education institutions to economic development projects over 20 years, but they could not say how much it would cost or how it would be funded. By: Julie Goodman Jackson Clarion Ledger Jackson, MS The plan, spanning from 2005 to 2025, involves using the state's universities and community colleges to recruit better professionals, improve academics and research, and strengthen work force and vocational training. Lawmakers presented the plan at the Capitol before about 40 representatives from universities, community colleges and state agencies. "A simple plan that, in a most demonstrative way, links higher education to our developing agencies to the future of Mississippi's economy. That's what we're here for," House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Billy McCoy told the group. Although state agencies and higher education institutions already collaborate, lawmakers said it has been piecemeal in the past.

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