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41. Montana Paraeducator Development Project
For information contact Mega Skills education Center, Home childhood portion ofour parent study groups Contact Tina Hoagland montana Center on Disabilities E
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Hardin Parent Center Resources The staff of the Paraeducator Development Project featured the paraeducators from the Hardin (MT) Parent Center in one of our ParaAces Newsletters. We have also sponsored their presentations at the National Indian School Board Association Summer Institute and the National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals National Conference. After several requests for a list of materials used for Parent Involvement Parent Study Groups, Janice Eckman and Ruth Harris decided to develop one. They compiled the following list of materials that they use for their Parent Study Groups: Systematic Training for Effective Parenting STEP This is a seven session facilitated program using videos and a parent handbook. It is quite comprehensive and addresses most parenting issues. It is produced by The American Guidance Service, Inc., Circle Pines, MN 55014-1796. Phone is (800) 328-2560. Don Dinkmeyer, Sr., Gary D. McKay, and Don Dinkmeyer, Jr. are the authors. This is a seven session facilitated program using videos and a parent handbook. It is quite comprehensive and addresses most parenting issues. It is produced by Cline/Fay Institute, Inc., 2207 Jackson St., Golden, CO 80401. Jim Fay, Charles Fay, Ph. D. and Foster W. Cline, M. D. are the authors.

42. Montana Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool
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45. The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Montana
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46. Migrant Education (MEP) Consortium Incentive Grants - ED/OESE/OME
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Regulations Project Summaries Grant Information Program: MEP Consortium Incentive Grants (CFDA Number 84.144B) Authorization: Secs. 1303(d) and 1308(d) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended (P.L. 107-110) Total Funds Awarded in FY 2002: $2,300,000 Total Number of Grantees: 39 Eligible Applicants: State educational agencies (SEAs) Program Description: Under section 1308(d), the FY 2002 MEP Consortium Incentive grants were awarded to SEAs that proposed to participate in a consortium with another State or entity and demonstrated, in accordance with section 1303(d)(3) of the ESEA, that doing so would:
  • Reduce administrative costs or program function costs for State MEP programs; and Make more MEP funds available for direct services to add substantially to the welfare or educational attainment of children to be served.
  • In addition, section 1308(d) requires that SEAs receiving grants form consortia to improve the delivery of services to migrant students whose education has been interrupted.

    47. Higher Education Center: The Parent Connection
    page summary of the Survey of montana parenting Behavior DeJong, Director of the HigherEducation Center, and appeared in The College parent Advisor, published
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    powered by FreeFind Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention: The Parent Connection Two of the biggest concerns parents have when they send their sons and daughters to college are whether they will be safe, and whether they will do well academically. Both of those concerns are legitimate, and both are closely related to alcohol and other drugs, whether used by the student or by their fellow students. So parents deserve to know what schools are doing to curb alcohol and other drug use, and college administrators must be prepared to answer tough questions about their alcohol and other drug prevention policies and programs. For Parents of College-Bound Students What Colleges Are Saying to Parents About Alcohol and Other Drugs Parental Notification Additional Resources For Parents of College-Bound Students The Center for Parental Freedom is a coalition of parents, teachers, pediatricians, psychologists, dentists and children who seek to have parental and personal rights respected in US schools and universities. This site is to provide accurate information, support, and resources to assist parents and others in raising children to be healthy, drug-free, productive adults. In pursuit of this mission, the Parenting

    48. Family Help In Montana
    Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification for montana. Visit Special education. stepfamilyconcerns like What should I do if my parent tells me one
    Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or Family Help in Montana Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact Hotlines and Helplines ChildhelpUSA Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD Carter County Help Line Great Falls Crisis Line Statewide Lincoln County Help Line Mineral County Help Line Montana AIDS Hotline Montana Child Safe Hotline Montana Hotlines for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Montana Poison Control Montana Suicide and Crisis Hotlines National Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
    TDD National Hotlines and Helplines National Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) 1-800-656-HOPE Toll-Free Numbers for Health Information Violence-Free Crisis Line Voices of Hope Crisis Line
    Help support Focus Adolescent Services every time you shop online. Simply sign up, specify Focus Adolescent Services as your charitable institution and

    49. Helpful Online Resources And Websites
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    50. Central Montana HRDC 6 - Child Care Resource & Referral
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    For Providers National Association for the Education of Young Children

    Come here to check out the latest information on NAEYC's conferences and publications, plus information on accreditation, advocacy, policy issues, and NAEYC membership. National Child Care Information Center

    Visit this site to find information on research and initiatives going on in the child care field. This page is also an excellent source for information on each state's ratios, teacher qualifications, demographics, and more. NACCRRA- National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies

    NACCRRA is the national network of community-based child care resource and referral agencies. NACCRRA provides technical consultation and resources to member child care resource and referral agencies. Visit this website to find out more information and discover the benefits of membership. NAFCC- National Association for Family Child Care

    51. Central Montana HRDC 6 - Child Care Resource & Referral
    parent education; Comprehensive health services; Support services for families aslong as one parent is employed under an agreement with the montana Department of
    Paying for Child Care The cost of paying for child care is a major consideration for most families. Many families today are spending over half of their income toward high-quality child care programs. There are many reasons why child care can be so expensive. Some of the reasons include high ratios of adults to children, teacher or provider qualifications, location of care, and costs of space, insurance, equipment, and special programs. Quality care for infants and toddlers can be especially expensive, due to small group sizes. Hiring an in-home caregiver tends to be the most expensive form of care, followed by centers and family child care homes. Find out more about the cost of care, government assistance, employer-sponsored programs, and tax credits that may be of benefit to you. Assistance in Paying for Child Care If you are receiving TANF or if you are working, there are many ways that you can find out more about income-eligible programs, and receive government assistance in paying for child care. Please email or call us for more information.

    52. Community Resources - Family/Parenting Assistance
    ricans needing community services and coordination of resources. To organize Montanaindividuals and families to work them up for a parent education class or
    P.O. Box 669, Billings, MT 59103-0669 e-mail: Newsletter

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    Billings, MT 59103 A program designed to help divorced, widowed and separated persons move from the darkness of their grief into the light of a new beginning and into the future with renewed hope. Offers 3 main programs: Level 1, coping with loss, is designed to help participants initiate a renewal of life through sharing and self discovery; Level 2, rebuilding when your relationship ends, offers the opportunity to look at past relationships and grow in understanding of yourself and choices you have made; BE weekend helps close the door gently on the former marriage in order to get on with life.
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    53. Parent Involvement - National Standards
    montana BOE held public hearings on the inclusion of Board of education adopted aparent involvement policy The Oregon Department of education reprinted the
    April 09, 2003 Partners for Student Success
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    National Standards Statewide Alaska Connecticut Delaware
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    On June 13, 2001 The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development endorsed the National
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    Connecticut's State Board of Education adopted a state policy on School, Family, Community Partnerships on August 7, 1997 based on the National PTA's National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs. Connecticut's General Assembly passed a law in 1997 (Public Act 97-290) which was intended to foster meaningful partnerships among schools, families, and communities to enhance student learning. It stated that ALL local and regional boards of education were required to develop, adopt, and implement written policies and procedures to encourage parent-teacher communication by September 1, 1998. The Connecticut Department of Education along with community partners including the Connecticut PTA, put together a packet to help local boards of ed comply with the law. The packet contained a sample policy, the six standards in detail, an overview of the law, and procedures and agreements that had been developed in school districts around the country, as models for communities to use. This policy and law impact 1,068 public schools including 645 elementary, 163 junior HS/middle schools, 163 high schools, and 17 vocational/technical schools, serving 545,619 public school students.

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    - A center for parents and parent organizations to work together on behalf of children with special needs and their families. (Massachusetts)

    55. Parent Training And Information Centers (PTIs)
    parent Partners Project Empower; Missouri; montana; Nebraska; Sinergia/Metropolitanparent Center United We Stand; Ohio Coalition for the education of Children with
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    Welcome Page Comprehensive Centers Eisenhower Consortia Equity Assistance Centers ... Bilingual Education PTIs Regional Labs Regional Resource Centers Technology Consortia Secretary's Regional Representatives ... Other Resources
    Home Funded by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Parent Training and Information Centers in each state provide training and information to parents of infants, toddlers, school-aged children, and young adults with disabilities and the professionals who work with their families. This assistance helps parents participate more effectively with professionals in meeting the educational needs of children and youth with disabilities.

    56. Journal Of Extension, April 1997
    using the National Extension parent education Model (NEPEM a targeted program ofcontinuing education for crop 200 agents from Minnesota, montana, North Dakota
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    Volume 35 Number 2 Contents
    Editor's Page
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    Review and Evaluation Process
    Review and Evaluation Process
    Editorial Committees and Board
    Editorial Committee and Board
    Feature Articles
    Skills and Competencies in 4-H Curriculum Materials
    El Sawi, Gwen Smith, M. F.
    A stratified national sample of 4-H curriculum materials was analyzed to determine the extent to which workforce related skills and competencies were present in the objectives and activities. The materials examined showed fewer instances than expected of the life skills 4-H promotes (that is, decision making, problem solving, leadership), little evidence of interpersonal skills and competencies (that is, teamwork, works with diversity, negotiates), and a great emphasis on knowledge acquisition skills. The study raises questions about program plausibility and suggests a need to check curriculum integrity in all parts of the curriculum from goal setting to program development to implementation.
    Expansion of the Gaming Industry: Opportunities for Cooperative Extension
    Borden, George W. Harris,Thomas R. Fletcher, Robert R.

    57. Adequacy Of Resources - Section C
    as well as utilize the montana Career Information Office of the Commissioner of HigherEducation will provide and related supplies for parent workshops/events.
    Montana GEAR UP has developed a budget plan that is extremely reasonable and cost-effective given the magnitude and scope of anticipated program results and benefits and the number of students to be served. Following is a brief narrative describing the budget categories including matching costs provided by program partners and projections for the next four years of the program. PERSONNEL Federal: Program Administration in Helena will be comprised of a full-time OCHE GEAR UP Director who will work closely with a half-time OPI Coordinator , both with secretarial support positions. There will be an equivalent of 12 FTE positions for School/Community Coordinators in the demonstration schools. Some positions at smaller schools will be current school employees whom GEAR UP hires for additional hours with the school continuing to pay benefits including insurance. There will be an equivalent of 300 hours/week allocated for program tutors The program will pay an annual stipend to have a GEAR UP Teacher-Mentor in each of the 21 demonstration schools.

    58. Schoolwide Northwest: Winter 2000
    The montana parent Information and Resource Center Network (MPIRC who want to implementparent service models. year grant from the US Department of education.
    Winter 2000
    Almost Like Home
    An Update on Comprehensive School Reform Projects Increasing Parent Involvement in Montana Portfolios in the Classroom: Using Authentic Assessments Links to Portfolio Resources Unity for Excellence New Comprehensive Center Publications Now Available ... Previous Issues Increasing Parent Involvement in Montana
    Montana Parent Information and Resource Center Network develops partnerships statewide. By Barbara Riley The Montana Parent Information and Resource Center Network (MPIRC) is a statewide network of schools and organizations that believes family involvement is critical to student success. Through MPIRC, schools with strong parent and community involvement can share successes and serve as models for communities who want to implement parent service models. MPIRC is coordinated by Family Basics, a project of WORD (Women's Opportunity and Resource Development) Inc. Family Basics created MPIRC using a Goals 2000, four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Currently fifteen resource centers in Missoula, Bozeman, Great Falls, and Polson public schools are taking the lead in their region or neighborhood to:
    • Provide Parents as Teachers training in their region of the state ( Parents as Teachers is a home-based family literacy/parent education strategy that targets children 0-5 years old)
    • Provide technical assistance and training to other school districts and non-profits interested in integrating services or starting parent/family resource centers
    • Provide resource materials to parents and others who work with families

    59. Education Associations
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    60. Statehomeschoolinga_m
    State Home Schooling resources Arizona montana. Family Page Alaskan homeschoolingactivities and resources. Interior Distance education of Alaska Statewide
    State Home Schooling Resources Arizona - Montana If you have a website of resources or are a homeschooling organization for a particular state or state region
    and you are not listed here please email me at and I will add your site to this page. Please note: There is a disturbing trend happening where pornographic sites are buying up the domain names for homeschooling groups and religious sites. An observant visitor to this page alerted me to this occuring to the Mississippi Home Educator's Association. I have removed the link from this page but if you have that page bookmarked I thought you should be forewarned. If any other sites turn up like this please alert me so I may removed them.
    *Notations in black belong to the links above them* Alabama Central Alabama Resource for Home Educators (C.A.R.E.)
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    Contact information for Alabama Home School Organizations
    Home Educators of Alabama Round Table (HEART)

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    Catholic Home Educators of Mobile

    Christian Home Educators Fellowship of Alabama (CHEF)
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    Alaska Alaska Homeschooling A to Z The Teel Family Page Alaskan homeschooling activities and resources.

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