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  1. Training personnel for the education of individuals with disabilities, August 1992-July 1997 final report, Years 1-5 (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:421823) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1997

21. Resources On Family Life Focus on the Family's parent's Guide to theSpiritual ELCA education and Evangelism Team a division for Congregational
General Resources
Continuing Education Christian Education ... Working as a Team Resources on Family and Family Ministry The Church is called to work together as one Body of Christ. In the Church, team leadership and small group ministry is essential in fulfilling this. Balancing Family and Work Christian Parenting Resources
Families and the Church
Balancing Family and Work Christian Parenting Resources Beyond Chaos: Living the Christian family in a world like ours
Author: Erdman, Chris William.
Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdman Publishing Company, 1994. Wonderful book with practical and applicable advice on being a Christian parent. Covers topics such as how to be a nurturing parent, how to uncover your family's spiritual dimension, and how to become a genuine spiritual parent. Includes "Taking Action" sections that show how to apply principles to your life. Focus on the Family's
Parent's Guide to the Spiritual Growth of Children
Edited by John Trent, Ph.D., Rick Osborne, Kurt Bruner.

22. Special And Gifted Center_Gifted And Talented
montana montana Association for Gifted Children; education publication on giftedand talented education. Connection, teacher training, parent resources and more
Personal Edition Tour
The Basics
Hot Topics Specific Conditions Gifted and Talented ... Center Home This site is sponsored by: An EdGate Content Channel
Strategies for working at home and at school with gifted and talented children. Check It Out Did You Know Take A Tour Learning Materials ... Other Gifted and Talented Links
Check It Out!
Do you have students with special gifts? If so, you should be aware of the Center for Talented
at the Johns Hopkins University . The Center for Talented
Youth is a national and international talent search that identifies outstanding academic talent
and provides challenging and innovative learning opportunities in mathematics, science, and

23. State Resources
montana Part C Coordinator; Preschool Coordinator; ICC Chair; ICC Website; StateDirector of Special education; parent Training and Information Centers; Title V
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24. Education Resources
at Western montana College, Dillon, montana, during the web sites, themes, lessonplans, parent and teacher for teachers on global and development education.
Links to Education Resources on the Internet

25. Charter School Law - State Charter School Resources
of education The Delware Charter School Law A parent's Guide to montana does not allowcharter schools montana Office of Nevada Nevada Department of education.
State Charter School Resources
Our collection of state charter school and education reform resources.
Top Ten Resources

State Resources

Complete List of Resources

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charter school book! For more charter school books, visit the book store This collection is organized alpabetically by state. The resources are listed, where avaiable, in the following order: - Department of Education's Main Page - Department of Education's Charter School Page - Text of the Charter School Law - Other State Specific Charter School Resources General State Resources State-by-State Charter School Law Rankings School Reformers' State Resource Directory State Departments of Education Alabama Alabama does not allow charter schools Alabama Department of Education Alaska Alaska Department of Education Alaska Department of Education' Charter School Page Alaska's Charter School Law Arizona Arizona Department of Education Arizona Department of Education's Charter Schools Page The Arizona Charter School Law Guide to Arizona's Charter School Marketplace ... Morrison Institute for Public Policy Arkansas Arkansas Department of Education The Arkansas Charter School Law Arkansas Rules and Regulations Governing Charter Schools California California Department of Education California State Board of Education The California Charter School Law California Network of Educational Charters ... The Charter School Project Colorado Colorado Department of Education Colorado Department of Education's Charter School Page The Colorado Charter School Law Colorado Charter School Information Packet and Handbook ... Colorado League of Charter Schools Connecticut

26. State Resources For Gifted Education
State G/T parent/Teacher Association North Western State University PO Box 5671 Natchitoches,LA montana Association of Gifted and Talented education, Inc.
State Resources for Gifted Education
This list includes State Department of Education offices responsible for gifted education and state-wide advocacy groups. For technical assistance, contact the individual listed for your state. State of the States, a book that provides state-by-state statistics and information, is available from Kristy Ehlers, listed under Oklahoma. State advocacy groups offer members a variety of services, including newsletters, conferences, and local resources. For current and detailed information on US State mandates governing gifted education, please visit Tennessee Initiative for Gifted Education Reform (TIGER) , and review their National Survey on the State governance of K-12 Gifted and Talented Education Reform ( (70+ pages in .pdf format; Adobe Acrobat Reader required.)
Linda Grill
Alabama Department of Education
Special Education Services
PO Box 302101
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101

27. Child Custody & Divorce Resources For Montana
were a child, going through your parent's divorce care, outof-school activities,education, and violence montana Legal Services Association Pro Bono Program (406
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Real help for people involved in child custody or divorce. Initial determination of custody or change of custody. This state by state listing of individuals, groups, companies, services, organizations and professionals can make a difference today. Just starting or starting over this is the place to begin. Healing Hearts:
Helping Children and Adults Recover from Divorce
How to go to Visitation without Throwing-Up
How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up is a book for young children about coping with regular visitation to separate parents, especially long-distance visitation. Written in very simple language arising from the point of view of a young boy who had a hard time adjusting to the stress of traveling back and forth to visit his mother, How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing up offers more than just a mere advisory text - it has point-by-point observations, travel safety tips, and numerous fun activities to pass the travel time. How To Go To Visitation Without Throwing Up is highly recommended reading and a great resource for any parent having to take a child on a long distance trip to visit friends and relations. Available at!

28. Child Care Resources -- Provider Services
standards, a selfassessment and conducts parent surveys. an accredited child careprogram in montana are org National Association for the education of Young

Family Services
Provider Services Community Services
Childcare Provider Services
Child care professionals have an incredibly important job - nurturing our children. Research demonstrates that child care providers who receive ongoing training and support offer higher quality care than those who do not. Child Care Resources is here to help! We offer a broad array of training as well as individualized technical assistance to help providers develop and maintain quality programs. We help providers offer nutritious meals by supporting part of the cost of food service.
Getting Started in Childcare
Technical Assistance
Child and Adult Care Food Program
Funding Opportunities for Childcare Providers Getting Started in Childcare Are you interested in caring for children as your profession? In the State of Montana, you can care for up to 2 unrelated children, or all of the children from one family without being registered or licensed. If you want to care for more than two children or children from more than one family you are required to be either licensed or registered. There are three categories of regulated child care in Montana, family day care, group day care, and child care centers. Family day care providers must be at least 18 years of age. Family day care facilities can have up to six children, of which three can be infants and toddlers (0 - 36 months), and two of those can be infants (under 12 months). Family day care facilities require only one care provider and are typically located in a person's home.

29. Parent Information Centers Across The United States
Hawaii, Pacific resources for education and Learning (808 montana, Family Basics (406)5433550, Barbara Riley. Wyoming, The parent education Network (307) 684-2277,
Centros de Informacao do Projeto "Goals 2000" A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z
State Organization Contact Alabama Special Education Action Committee, Inc Carol Blades Alaska Alaska Family Partnership Eileen Cummings Arizona Chandler Education Foundation (602) 812-7377 Glenna McCllum-Cloud Arkansas Jones Center for Families Nicholas Long Amerika Samoa Amerika Samoa Humanities Council Lui Tuitele California The California Parental Assistance, Resources, Education, Networking, and Training (PARENT) Center John Wedemeyer Colorado Center for Human Investment Policy Judy Kaufman Connecticut CT Parents Plus Evie Herrmann Delaware Delaware Parent Education Resource Center Ann Altemus D.C. Greater Washington Urban League Audrey Epperson Florida Florida Partnership for Family Involvement in Education Sally Wade Georgia Step by Step PIRC DeIvory Gordon Guam Sanctuary, Inc. (671) 475-7101 Mildred Lujan Hawaii Helenann Lauber Hawaii Pacific Resources for Education and Learning Tim Donahue Idaho Familiy Advocate Program, Inc Pat Stephens Illinois Academic Development Institute Sam Redding Indiana Center for Family, School Community Partnership

30. American Indian/Indigenous Education Resources
I believe every educator and parent should read this development consultant in AmericanIndian education, working with in Indian schools in montana, New Mexico
American Indian Education
books conferences articles columns ... home
Selected Resources on American Indian/Indigenous Education
Books General Collected Wisdom: American Indian Education Go to Book Review Gilliland, Hap. (1999). Teaching the Native American (4th Ed.). Dubuque, IO: Kendall/Hunt. 288pp. + xviii. Basic text on American Indian education that emphasizes culturally relevant education, building on students backgrounds, promoting self esteem and self control, and getting parents involved. Has chapters on using computers, developing reading skills, creative writing, whole language, and teaching the native language. A review of the 4th edition in the American Indian Culture and Research Journal concluded "a teacher using this book will find the approaches that integrate both culturally relevant activities and transformative curriculum most helpful" (Vol. 24, #3, p. 202). May, Stephen. (Ed.). (1999). Indigenous Community-Based Education . Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. A collection of ten essays describing efforts by indigenous peoples in North and South America, Australian, New Zealand, and Europe to end assimilationist schooling that denies the value of indigenous languages and cultures. Go to Book Review Reyhner, Jon. (Ed.). (1992).

31. Montana State Education Laws
montana's complete state education code may be found at sign next to Title 20 education,then click 5111, Responsibilities and rights of parent who provides
Home Education Magazine
State Information File For unschooling support groups, please see the state by state listing at Unschooling Support Groups
A complete listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found at the Home Education Magazine website: Please Note: This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for informational purposes only. For more information about the laws and regulations in this state please contact a state or local support group. MONTANA Homeschooling information is available from:
Montana Legislative Branch
Definitions. As used in this part, the following definitions apply
  • "Department" means the department of public health and human services provided for in 2-15-2201.
  • "Governing authority" means the board of trustees of a school district or the administrator of a private school, preschool, or postsecondary school.
  • "Immunization" means induction of a state of resistance to a disease through administration of an immunizing agent.
  • 32. K-12 Resources
    Computer Technology education Statistics Health PE History/Social Science Language Arts Mathematics Music the Arts News Media parent resources Science Nature Search Research Special Ed GATE Student resources Teacher resources Science
    Computer Technology
    Education Statistics
    History/Social Science
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    Parent Resources
    Student Resources
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    Earth Sciences Physical Sciences Life Sciences ... SDCOE's SciWeb
    SDCOE's Science Unit provides local information and contacts, information on the Elementary Science Field Day and more. Life Sciences Animal Information Database
    This site, provided by Seaworld/Busch Gardens, offers some good animal and education resources. BioChemLinks Biology and Chemistry educational resources. Includes subject guides, daily news, and features. Biology Lessons for Prospective and Practicing Teachers Provided by San Diego State University. General Sciences (Cross-Curriculum) ARS Science 4 Kids An e-zine from the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), aimed at kids aged eight to thirteen. Exploratorium ExploraNet "The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception with over 650 interactive "hands on" exhibits." The Franklin Institute Science Museum The science museum that never closes. The exhibits and resources of a museum visit on your desktop. Performance Assessment Links in Science (PALS) PALS is an on line, standards-based (National Science Education Standards, NSES), continually updated interactive resource bank of science performance assessment tasks.

    33. Learning Disabilities OnLine - Finding Help: Montana State Resources
    Federally Funded Programs parent and Professional Special education Director Specialeducation Division Office 406) 4444429 montana education Website Programs
    To find other help resources select a topic from the list and click GO Select a Topic US - National Organizations US - Federal Agencies US - State By State Resource Guides Canadian Resources Information By Phone International Links LD Schools On-line Resources Parent Advocacy
    LD OnLine introduces the LD OnLine Yellow Pages ! This exciting new venture brings information about professionals who serve children and adults with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota

    34. Education Resource Links For Montana
    Local support group listing from the Whitefish school district.Category Reference education United States montana...... ATAs) University Affiliated Programs (UAPs) parent Training Division of Specialeducation PO Box 202501 montana University Affiliated Rural Institute on

    35. Online Resources For Special Education - Montana -
    clearinghouse of special education information, this processes, and lists parentresources stateby
    Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington, D.C. West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
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    36. Montana Schools - Elementary, Middle And High School Information
    montana Schools Key Facts and resources. What Does a District Office Do? The ParentInstitute for Quality education. Special resources for Your Child.
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    37. Parent Involvement: NWREL Topics
    parent Involvement in montana montana parent Information and Supporting parent, Family,and Community Involvement in Your from education, Career and Community.
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    This collection of NWREL resources focuses on Parent Involvement . Parent involvement is defined as the active, ongoing participation of a child's parent(s) or guardian(s) in his or her education. It is recognized that there are many different ways for parents to participate in their children's education, from reading to children at home, to assisting in the classroom, to sitting on advisory councils at school. from Parent Partners: Using Parents to Enhance Education from By Request... from Child and Family from Comprehensive Center from Comprehensive School Reform

    38. Kent State University Parent Resources
    Delaware parent education Resource Center http// MONTANAMontana Department of education http// Resources/ParentResource.htm
    This page is under construction. Parent Resources Early Childhood Intervention Program Individualized Family Service Plan Web Individual Education Program Guide ALABAMA
    Alabama's Early Intervention System Alabama Department of Education Alabama Special Education Alabama Preschool Handbook ADRS Early Intervention Systems Office Locations ALASKA Alaska Department of Education Alaska Maternal, Child and Family Health (Early Intervention) Alaska Special Education ARIZONA Arizona Community and Family Health Services
    Arizona Department of Education Arizona Preschool Unit ARKANSAS Arkansas Department of Human Services (Early Intervention Services)

    39. HSLDA | Home Schooling In Montana
    Changes Proposed A bill introduced in the montana Senate would adopted by the boardof public education to non parenttaught Driver's Ed Bills Move Forward Both
    HSLDA's E-lert Service:
    Home Schooling by State
    State Laws

    A summary of the legal options for homeschooling in every state

    Home school organizations in your neighborhood or across the world

    Legal contacts and cases that HSLDA is involved with

    Federal and state legislation relating home schooling
    News and updates on legal contacts and other issues that affect home schoolers Member Resources State forms and other resources along with an online form to contact your staff HOME SCHOOLING STATE Montana HOME LAWS ORGANIZATIONS CASES LEGISLATION Headlines Testing and Attendance Age Changes Proposed A bill introduced in the Montana Senate would require county superintendents to "administer the state assessment requirements as adopted by the board of public education to non-public and home school students." Parent-taught Driver's Ed Bills Move Forward Both Virginia and Montana make strides giving parents more freedom on this issue. Victory on Montana Senate Bill 276 SB 276 would have required homeschool students to take state tests adopted by the Montana Board of Public Education. Montana County Seeks Unauthorized "Registration" After notifying the county superintendent of their intent to home school and including all necessary information in a letter, two HSLDA member families were surprised when they each received a set of forms in the mail.

    40. Special Education News -- Montana Stats And Links
    button to outside web pageOffice of Public education. button to outside web pageMontanaParaeducator Development parent and Family Links check out For Families
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    Student data, 1998-99 school year
    Source: National Center for Education Statistics Public school students ages 3-21 in special ed
    Total public school students ages 3-21, including special ed Special ed portion of all public school students in Montana Special ed portion of U.S. public school special ed students Montana student portion of U.S. public school students
    Actual Federal Spending vs. Authorized Spending
    Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
    1995-2001 Allocation: '95-'01 Authorized: '95-'01 Funds Missed: $84.3 million $312.3 million $227.9 million 2001 Allocation: Possible 2002 Increase: Possible 2002 Allocation: $15.2 million $14.6 million $29.8 million SOURCES: Council for Exceptional Children reprint of aggregated actual allocations from U.S. Department of Education and full funding estimates derived by Fiscal Planning Services, Inc. based on information from IDEA Funding Coalition data. FY2002 appropriation under Harkin-Hagel plan estimated by American Association of School Administrators Federal and State Government Links
    check out "Washington Watch" at left for national groups and resources Offices:
    Montana Office of Public Instruction Special Ed office
    U.S. Office of Special Education Mountain Plains Regional Resource Center

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