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  1. A history of education in Missouri: the essential facts concerning the history and organization of Missouri's schools by Claude Anderson Phillips, 2010-08-02
  2. Education in Missouri: Missouri Scholars Academy, Missouri State Teachers Association, Higher Education Loan Authority of the State of Missouri
  3. Higher Education In Missouri by Marshall S. Snow, 2010-09-10
  4. A History of Education in Missouri: The Essential Facts Concerning the History and Organization of Missouri's Schools by Claude Anderson Phillips, 2010-01-11
  5. The Electronic Campus: A Case History of the First Comprehensive High-Access Academic Computing Network at a Public University by Jon T. Rickman, 1992-01
  6. Elements of agriculture for public schools. 1904
  7. A course of study in agriculture for high schools; a supplement to the state high school course
  8. Education Series by University of Missouri, 2009-12-27
  9. Studies. Philosophy and Education Series (Volume 1 s 1) by University of Missouri, 2010-01-01
  10. The Settlement Patterns of Perry County, Missouri 1850-1900 by Joseph Barber, 2002-12-31
  11. Missouri University of Science and Technology Alumni: Thomas Franklin Fairfax Millard, Farouk El-Baz, Greg Raymer, Sandra Magnus
  12. Sacred Heart High School (Missouri)
  13. Inauguration of Washington University at Saint Louis, Missouri. April 23, 1857
  14. University of Missouri?Kansas City: University of Missouri System, Country Club Plaza, Methodist Church, Battle of Westport, National Memorial

41. C.A.T.E.R.: Career And Technical Education Resources
resources are available only to missouri educators education Careers Employmenteducation Family Consumer Sciences Gender Equity general Resources Applied Resources

42. UMKC 2002-2003 Catalog (CNSVTY 1.0 2002-05-01) - Conservatory Of Music
Address University of missouriKansas City Organizations; Continuing education;Scholarships or Admissions Transfer Students; general education Requirements;
Conservatory of Music
Mailing Address
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Conservatory of Music
5100 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110-2499
Randall G. Pembrook
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies:
Timothy Timmons
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Community Engagement:
William E. Fredrickson

43. Advanced Education In General Dentistry Program
regarding the Advanced education in general Dentistry program brochure describingthe Advanced education Programs and University by using Relay missouri, 1 800
Advanced Education in General Dentistry Program This 12-month program, which begins each July 1, is designed to refine and advance your knowledge and clinical skills in the practice of dentistry. The program provides you with clinical experience beyond the scope and depth of your undergraduate dental school curriculum. It bridges the gap between dental school and dental practice. Clinical instruction is offered in all of the clinical disciplines. The didactic component provides postgraduate training in the basic and behavioral sciences, as well as the clinical sciences. Clinical and classroom instruction are provided in endodontics, esthetic dentistry, implantology, operative dentistry, oral surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, prosthodontics, temporomandibular joint-myofacial pain dysfunction and practice management. Additional emphasis is placed on restorative and rehabilitative care, treating the medically compromised patient and practice management. Four-handed dentistry and a group practice environment enhance the clinical setting. Eligibility
An applicant for this program must be a citizen of the United States or a foreign national having a visa permitting permanent residence in the United States. Applicants must also submit evidence of graduation from a school of dentistry accredited by the American Dental Association, the Canadian Dental Association or verification from the Dean of one of those accredited dental schools that the applicant will graduate during the current academic year.

44. Untitled Document
studies, as mandated by the missouri Excellence in undergraduate education office,College of education, for test Graduates of the general studies program in
School of Education Table of Contents General Information Student Teaching ... Graduate Degree Requirements Degrees and Areas of Concentration The College of Education offers work leading to the B.S. in education with specialization in any of the following: early childhood education, elementary education, special education, physical education, and secondary education. Courses are also available for those seeking certification for middle school. In cooperation with other schools and colleges of the university, the College of Education provides a program for students pursuing other degrees but planning for a teaching career in secondary education. General Education Requirements
Students in the College of Education must meet university and departmental general education requirements specified for their degrees. Academic Residence
Students must be in residence for 30 of the last 30 semester hours of credit. Courses graded on a satisfactory/ unsatisfactory basis are not accepted within these last 30 semester credit hours. This residency requirement applies to students seeking a degree or teacher certification. Education Majors
Professional education courses must be completed with a grade point average of 2.5 and no grade lower than a C (2.0). A C- grade is not acceptable.

45. CSD A-Z General Search Index
Data Processing DESE (missouri Department of Elementary Secondary education) DidYou Ever Wonder? Video Series Directions to CSD/RPDC (8225 Florissant Road
CLICK HERE TO GO DIRECTLY TO A SPECIFIC LETTER . . . A B C D ... Z A About the Organization - History of CSD
Accelerated Schools

Action Research

African-American Academic Achievement (4A's)
Area Schools
(list of member school districts) Back to A - Z B Business Services Division Back to A - Z C Cable
Calendar - Staff Development Programs

Character Education

Character Education Academies
... Back to A - Z D Data Processing
"Did You Ever Wonder?" Video Series

Directions to CSD/RPDC
(8225 Florissant Road)
Distance Learning
Do the Right Thing Program (KMOV) Back to A - Z E Editing-Video Experiencing China Back to A - Z F Back to A - Z G Goals 2000 Back to A - Z H Humanities Back to A - Z I IEC I mpact Newsletter Oct/Sept 03 Impact Newsletter March/April 03 ... Back to A - Z J Job Searching Back to A - Z K- Kids Caring 4 Kids (KMOV) Back to A - Z L Leadership Academy Leadership Conference (April 26-27,2001) Leadership Development Back to A - Z M Marketing Services Math Connections Media Library Media Literacy (January 2002) Missouri Assessment Program (M.A.P.)

46. Resources: General Education
http// University of missouri, GeneralEducation http// University of North Carolina
Our Goals
Who We Are

Advisory Board




Boyer Report

... Resources:
General Education The Reinvention Center's Spotlight features efforts on three campuses UCLA, the University of Michigan, and the University of Texas at Austin to create interdisciplinary general education curricula, along with an essay by Greg Bothun, Professor of Physics at the University of Oregon, on "Achieving Interdisciplinary General Education at the Research University." Listed below are links to general education programs and requirements on a variety of campuses. If you would like us to add a link to your campus's program, please send us the URL and the name of the program. Programs
Arizona State University, Bridge Course Requirement Boston University, College of Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum

47. Where The Money Goes - The Official Web Site Of The Missouri Lottery
State general Revenue Fund. In August 1992, voters passed Amendment 11 earmarkingLottery proceeds to solely benefit public education. Each year, the missouri
Where The Money Goes Winning Numbers Numbers Games Promotions When You Win ... Feature Story
The Missouri Lottery has contributed over $1.9 billion to Missouri schools since 1993! This section tells you more about how the money is spent on each program. Fiscal Year Results
The Lottery's annual transfer of proceeds to the state has increased for the tenth consecutive year. The total proceeds contributed to education in fiscal year 2002 were more than $160 million, breaking the previous fiscal-year record for the eighth year in a row. Proceeds for fiscal year 2001 were more than $156.9 million. For more information, please see Sales and Proceeds History How Each Dollar Is Divided
Approximately 27.5 cents of every dollar spent on the Missouri Lottery benefits Missouri's education programs. Fifty-nine cents goes back to players as prizes, 7.5 cents is used for administrative costs and 6 cents goes to retailers in the form of commissions, incentives and bonuses. In all, nearly 94 cents of every dollar stays in Missouri! How Proceeds Are Allocated
When the Lottery began in 1986, proceeds from ticket sales went to the Missouri State General Revenue Fund. In August 1992, voters passed Amendment 11 earmarking Lottery proceeds to solely benefit public education. Each year, the Missouri Legislature and the Governor determine how these proceeds will be allocated. The proceeds represent about 3 percent of the total funding for Missouri's public elementary, secondary and higher education systems.

48. Higher Education Community | About | MOREnet
26. MERC missouri education Research Consortium. The project's goal is to improveaccess to the general education curriculum for students with disabilities.
About Calendar Online Resources Programs ... Communities Higher Education MOREnet's gateway for individuals interested in higher education and technology topics. Tip: Bookmark this page as an alternate entry into the MOREnet website. HELIX conference
March 19-20

Online registration closes Friday, March 7. Whether your focus is IT management, administrative application development, user services, technology's use to enhance teaching and learning or technology infrastructure within higher education, you'll find opportunities to learn, share "how to" information about strategic planning, successful approaches, strategies and techniques and connect with others in your field from all around the state of Missouri. The conference is sponsored by the Missouri Research and Education Consortium (MERC). Find complete conference information Distance learning discussion list available
Missouri Distance Learning Association (MoDLA) offers a discussion list devoted to distance learning/education technology issues. New subscribers to this unmoderated list are welcome. To subscribe, go to:

49. Agriculture Publications, Explore MU Extension
general; Products; Tree Health. general Agriculture Miscellaneous; MU Direct Continuingand Distance education; MU in About MU Extension; missouri 4H; University
A to Z - 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 -
All words Any word Whole phrase Extras To best print this Web page, use the landscape setting. Exchanges Use our feedback form to ask a question or make a comment about any publication on this site. EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS TOPICS FEATURES
Agriculture publications

50. SMSU | General Education
Dean of the University College for general education, at HomeCopyright © 2000 Board of Governors, Southwest missouri State University URL
General Education
Note: This is a pdf file and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader ver. 5 to read. This link will take you to the SMS Adobe Acrobat Reader download page. Welcome to the General Education web site. The information included in this site is designed to answer any questions you might have about the SMSU general education program. Use the links at the top of this page to access the information you are seeking. If you have trouble finding the answers to your questions, contact Dr. John Catau, the Associate Dean of the University College for General Education, at
Southwest Missouri State University
URL: SMSU is an AA/EO institution.
Maintained by Harry Cook
Last Modified: July 11, 2002

51. JSchool Undergrad - General Education Requirements
the SAT; or by scoring a minimum of 26 on the missouri Math Placement The areas designatedby the general education Program (GEP) are (1) Social and Behavioral

52. ET@MO - Resources
general Release HTML format MS Word, Rich Text Format. Association for the Studyof Higher education http//; Association for the


Teaching Toolbox The Teaching Toolbox is a collection of resources to use and reference for teaching in the traditional or online environment. Browse these resources by the subject headings or type of resources provided in the links below. Browse by Subject Browse by Type of Resource Resources by Subject Accessibility

53. Missouri Association On Higher Education And Disability
missouri Association on Higher education and Disability, 02/05/03. missouri AHEADGuidebook. general Disability Resources for Professionals and Consumers
MO AHEAD Guidebook
Missouri AHEAD Guidebook
General Disability Resources for Professionals and Consumers
Table of Contents

Printing Options:
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The Guidebook is Broken-up into 2 Sections due to the large size. Dial-up user may experience long download times. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader Installed. Get Reader
Free Adobe tools are also available to assist visually impaired users at

54. Missouri Association On Higher Education And Disability
missouri AHEAD Guidebook Resources. College and Career Planning general Information. Collegeis Possible-American Council on education www.collegeispossible
MO AHEAD Guidebook
Missouri AHEAD Guidebook: Resources
College and Career Planning - General Information College and Career Planning websites
College is Possible-American Council on Education
CollegeQuest Gateway
Frequently asked questions about career and Technical education
National Center for Postsecondary Improvement
(then click on links icon) Postsecondary Education Institutions
U.S. Department of Education: Think College
Welcome to Mapping your Future
Table of Contents Printing Options: This Page (PDF) Text Version Print First Half of Guidebook Print Second Half of Guidebook The Guidebook is Broken-up into 2 Sections due to the large size. Dial-up user may experience long download times. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader Installed. Get Reader Free Adobe tools are also available to assist visually impaired users at

55. MU DIRECT - BSN General Education And Foundation Course Work
All general education and foundation courses must be completed before a student may 800545-2604,Fax (573) 882-5071 e-mail - Copyright
Sinclair School of Nursing
Course Credit Hours English 20 (Composition II) Humanities or Fine Arts elective History or Political Science Statistics Microbiology College Algebra Physiology Human or Therapeutic Nutrition Pharmacology General Psychology Introduction to Sociology Advanced Behavioral Science or Social Science / Elective Human Growth and Development (Life Span) Elective Total All Science courses will be evaluated on an individual basis for the transfer of credit.
May be challenged through standardized examinations. All general education and foundation courses must be completed before a student may take N188, Nursing in Communities. Last Modified: December 5, 2000
Listings by Subject
Listings by School/College
Listings by Level
Listings by Specialized Courses/ Programs ... Whitten Hall - Columbia, MO 65211 - (573) 882-3598, 1-800-545-2604, Fax: (573) 882-5071
e-mail: University of Missouri

56. Education Data
and local government expenditures, general expenditures, higher education, secondaryeducation, social welfare Michigan, Minnesota, missouri, Montana, Nebraska
Data Library
Economic and Government Data
Per-Capita Income [FB02.XLS] Last updated Nov. 26, 2001. Poverty Rates in the Population and Among Children [FB08.XLS] Last updated Aug. 22, 2002. Overall poverty rate, children in poverty, under age 18, United States, SREB States, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Employment and Unemployment in the Civilian Labor Force [FB09.XLS] Last updated Jun. 29, 2001. Civilian labor force, employed, unemployed, unemployment rates, United States, SREB states, SREB states as a percentage of the nation, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

57. Missouri WORKS! - Resource Center
general Informationgeneral Information missouri Women's Resources Vocational Rehabilitationmissouri Department of Higher education missouri Department of

Job Seekers
Employers Resource Center Customer Survey The Resource Center site offers information about labor market statistics, veterans benefits, federal training programs, one stop career centers, assistive technology, a small business handbook, and job search and resume preparation guides. Workforce Information - Labor Market Information (LMI) Occupational Wage Information, Labor Force, Unemployment, Commuting Patterns, Personal Income, Industry Employment - Earnings - Wages, Industry/Occupation Projections
Alphabet Soup of Labor Market Information
Definitions of commonly used acronyms
America's Career InfoNet
Missouri Employers
Information about businesses you might find useful in your employment and training effort.
Occupational Classifications
Explanation of how our records are classified, and utilities to find specific job titles.
Job Seekers
User's Guide
Information to help you get the most from our system.
Missouri Education and Career Hotlink
Daycare Providers
Daycare providers by Missouri counties.
Schools, Colleges, Universities

58. Process For Development And Approval Of General Education Goals, Competencies, A
they would adequately meet each competency if they satisfied missouri SouthernState College core requirements. · The general education goals, competencies
Competency Based
General Education Program
Process for Development Goals and Competencies Matrix State Skill Areas Goals and Competencies Matrix State Knowledge Areas Goals and Competencies Matrix MSSC Emphasis Areas ... Contact Information
Process for Development and Approval of Competency Based General Education The General Education Review Committee led the process of reviewing general education and adopting a competency-based program. The committee consisted of two co-chairs and two representatives from each of the four schools. The members of the committee were Dr. Larry Martin, Dr. Betsy Griffin, co-chairs, Dr. Tia Strait, Mr. William Pinet, Dr. Lanny Ackiss, Dr. Paul Teverow, Dr. Pat Lapira, and Dr. Danny Overdeer, Mr. Marvin Larson, and Dr. Mark Comstock. The process is ongoing and the program is tentative and open to revisions. All academic departments were asked to review the state goals and suggested competencies. The departments completed matrices for goals addressed by their core courses responding to the state suggested competencies, recommending new competencies, and indicating course objectives that addressed the competencies. It was determined that additional MSSC goals would be needed to reflect the institution’s unique areas of emphasis. Subcommittees in consultation with department and program chairs developed three MSSC goals and competencies for those goals. These goals involve International Cultural Studies, Health and Wellness, and Economics.

59. Missouri State Government Home Page
Attorney general's Office; Department of Agriculture; Department Services; Departmentof Higher education; Department of of Public Safety; missouri Public Service
Home E-mail Telephone Jobs ... Help Search Missouri Advanced Search Living Traveling Learning ...
Statewide Elected Officials

Click for Listing Governor's Office Governor's Mansion Lt. Governor Secretary of State State Archives State Regulations State Auditor State Treasurer Attorney General
Legislative Branch

Click for Listing General Assembly Missouri Statutes Missouri House Representatives Missouri Senate Senators

Click for Listing State Bids/Vendors Merit System Jobs Agriculture Missouri State Fair Conservation Hunting/Fishing Corrections Economic Dev. Economic Indicators Tourism Utilities K-12 Schools Teacher Certification Vocational Rehab. Birth/Death Records Family Care Safety Higher Education Institutions Homeland Security Information Tech. Insurance Employment Security Workers' Comp Mental Health Natural Resources State Parks Public Safety Highway Patrol Liquor Control SEMA Water Patrol Revenue Drivers Licensing Lottery Taxes Vehicle Licensing Social Services Child Support Enf.

60. Changing The Face Of Education In Missouri
of a report describing four general leadership orientations D. eMINTS InstructionalProgram Leader MOREnet (missouri Research education Network) http
You are here: Home Teaching and Learning Strategies Technology in Education
Changing the Face of Education in Missouri by Monica Beglau Using technology to create classroom learning experiences that engage young learners in new ways is at the heart of the eMINTS (enhancing Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies) program. This program is changing the face of education across the state. The goal of the program is to support Missouri educators as they integrate multimedia technology into inquiry-based, student-centered, interdisciplinary, collaborative teaching practices that result in improved student performance, increased parent involvement and enriched instructional effecti vene ss. Beginnings Based on early research findings about the improved student achievement found in the Mints classrooms, eMINTS was inaugurated in 88 third and fourth grade classrooms in 44 school districts across the state in fall 1999. The eMINTS Revolution Since 1999 eMINTS classrooms have been added across the state using a combination of local, state and federal funds. MOREnet (Missouri Research and Education Network) administers eMINTS under a contract from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). MOREnet provides Internet connectivity, access to Internet2, technical support, video conferencing services and training to Missouri's K-12 schools, colleges and universities, public libraries, health care, state government and other affiliates. (

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