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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

61. National Teachers Enhancement Network: Home
Go to the NTEN Science resources, NTEN Rolls Out Programs to Encourage KitBasedScience education. or playing with a friend, says single parent and Science
It's Elementary! NTEN Rolls Out Programs to Encourage Kit-Based Science Education "We encourage all elementary school science teachers to join our Network, and apply for tuition-free pilot courses," says Lisa Brown, program coordinator.
Deepen your understanding of the moon, sun, and planets. NTEN Understands: Teachers Are Parents Too "The NTEN online course allowed me to work when my son was sleeping or playing with a friend," says single parent and Science Resource Teacher, Craig Stratton.

62. E-mail Resources
Relationships List Must be parent/guardian of SPEDNET Firstname Lastname SPECIAL EDUCATIONPRACTICES majordomo montana Advocacy Program
Return to CECP Home About the Center Site Map Search E-MAIL RESOURCES The Center has also collected information on other listservs run by other organizations that may be of interest to you. Instructions for how to join each listserv follow each entry. If you know of any listservs that you feel should be included in our collection, please send an E-mail about it to us. Additionally, please let us know if you have problems subscribing or unsubscribing to any of these lists. Although we may not be able to help, we would like to know which lists pose problems for people. ABOUT LISTSERVS: Most listserv groups are managed by a machine. In order to join a list, you have to send the machine an e-mail with a command to put you on the list (subscribe). The address and subscription commands are included under each list. It is recommended that if you use an automatic signature on your e-mail that you type END on the next line after the command, so the computer doesn't get confused by extra text. For example, to subscribe to the BEHAVIORAL AND EMOTIONAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN list, you would send an e-mail to

63. Montana Data - Quality Counts '99
Majority of parents attend parentteacher conferences (1996), 74. SCHOOL AUTONOMY(25% of grade). State grants waivers of education regulations (1998), yes. montana.
Montana Data This page shows Montana's scores in five major areas: Student Achievement
Standards, Assessments, and Accountability

Teacher Quality

School Climate
To compare data from one or more states, go to State Data Comparisons All Students Achieving at High Levels
For more information about these measures, see our 50-state Student Achievement data table.
indicates state does not participate in national assessment, survey, or data collection.
indicates a statistically significant improvement since 1992 in the 4th grade and since 1990 in the 8th grade.
All figures are in percents
NOTE: "Algebra class" refers to an algebra or integrated-mathematics course. Montana MATH 4th graders who scored at least at "proficient" level on 1996 NAEP mathematics exam 4th graders who scored at least at "basic" level on 1996 NAEP mathematics exam 4th graders who scored at least at "below basic" level on 1996 NAEP mathematics exam 8th graders who scored at least at "proficient" level on 1996 NAEP mathematics exam

64. Education Week - Registration - Access Restricted
1 education Week could not verify information for the District of Columbia on schoolcrisis-managementplans, class-size reduction montana. parent INVOLVEMENT.

65. Your Guide To The Departments Of Education - Part 3
Helena, montana 596202501. a jump off link for information on higher educationuniversities and at this site is a document called The parent and Community
Home 1st - 3rd Grade State Reports Country Reports Mission Reports Freedom Files Kids Freedom Files Movies in the Classroom Games Monthy Grab Bag Teens ClassBrain Store Corporate Information School Matters Home Alumni Associations College Housing ... Test Preparation
Last Updated: Apr 4th, 2003 - 15:53:30 Standards
Your Guide to the Departments of Education - Part 3
By Cynthia Kirkeby
May 26, 2002, 9:11pm
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Your Guide to the Departments of Education
Part 3
State Boards of Education
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Address PO Box 480 Jefferson City, MO 65102 Back to Top
OPI- Montana Office of Public Instruction
There is also information available for teachers regarding licensing requirements. Address P.O. Box 202501 Helena, Montana 59620-2501 Back to Top
Nebraska Department of Education
Nebraska has extensive standards, and frameworks (lessons build from those standards) all of which are readily accessible from this website. Along with important reports such as the State Report Card Teacher of the Year Address 301 Centennial Mall South Lincoln, NE 68509

66. GCD District Operations
Mini education Grants Funding Agency montana Department of for classrooms or teachertraining Eligibility Teachers, parent groups, educational
Gallatin Conservation District Home More About the GCD Conservation Planning Support 310 Permitting ... Grant Opportunities
YOU ARE HERE Educational
Resource Library Contact Information ... Site Map
Grant Opportunities Grant Opportunities Through the Conservation District
The Gallatin Conservation District administers several grant opportunities for education and conservation related projects through state and federal funding sources. The conservation district acts as a liaison between the grantee and the funding agency and aides in the administration of the grant. The following grant opportunities are currently being offered through the district. For more information and to apply contact Teddi Everett 522-4011.
319 Nonpoint Source Pollution Grant Funding Agency: Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Fundable Projects:
conservation districts, watershed groups, or nonprofit groups
Funding Limit: In-kind matching is required
More Information:
Application Deadline: January 3rd, 2003

67. ERIC/OSEP Directory Of Projects: Montana Parent Empowerment Project
school personnel in developing Individualized education Programs identified by parents,the parent Training and training and information to montana’s parents

68. Links To Financial Resources, ALS, AT, Augmentative Communication, And Disabilit
The National parent Network on Disabilities; WAPD Texas Department of Health; TexasEducation Agency; montana http//
ALS Info
Assistive Technology Info

Augmentative Communication Info

Disability Organizations
Other State/National Resources for the Disabled
Here are some other sites that you may find interesting and informative:
ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) ALS Survival Guide Focus on ALS Stephen Hawking's Site Go to Top
Augmentative Communication (Aug Comm) AT Industry Association Aug Comm Organization in Minnesota Aug Comm Technology Review Communication Aid Manufacturers Association ... Go to Top Disability Organizations Go to Top Texas Financial Resources for the Disabled Go to Top

69. Montana Attorneys And Child Custody Laws
of any other person that a parent is obligated to only ground for divorce in Montanacontains three time necessary to acquire sufficient education and training
View this site in:
Montana Attorneys

Montana Mediators

Montana Valuators

Custody Laws
The Court may award parenting time based upon the best interests of the child. In determining best interests, the Court will consider the following factors:
  • the preference of the child; the wishes of the parents; the child's adjustment to his or her home, school, and community; the mental and physical health of all individuals involved; any history of child or spouse abuse; any chemical dependency or abuse by a parent; the relationship of the child with parents, siblings, and other significant family members; the continuity and stability of the child's care; the developmental needs of the child; whether a parent has failed to pay any of the child's birth-related costs; whether the child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents [a consideration of any spousal or child abuse by either parent or anyone residing in a parent's household is considered also]; any adverse effects on the child resulting from one parent's continuous and annoying efforts to amend parenting plans. Annoying is meant to refer to efforts to:

70. Support
is a private, nonprofit parent organization serving in the state of montana withinformation Category Reference education Special education Support http
Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center The CT Parent Advocacy Center, Inc. (CPAC) is a statewide nonprofit organization that offers information and support to families of children with any disability or chronic illness, age birth throug
Category: Reference > Education > Special Education > Support
Disability Information for Students
International disability news, jobs, discussion, resources. A site designed for students and professionals supporting individuals with disabilities.
Category: Reference > Education > Special Education > Support Education A Must Inc. Educational Advocates Educational advocates for education for the special needs child located in New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. Category: Reference > Education > Special Education > Support Educational Needs Alliances (Albany, Oregon)

71. HRDC - Youth Development Program - Bozeman, Montana
HRDC Youth Development Program - Bozeman, montana. careers, learn how to use resourcesto search Teen parent education The Teen parent Program is part of the
HRDC - Youth Development Program - Bozeman, Montana
HRDC'S YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Blue Iguana Turner Youth Development Initiative
Teen Parent Education
Contact Us The Youth Development Program offers a variety of youth centered services and activities in Gallatin, Park and Meagher counties. These services and activities are designed to meet the challenges of adolescence and young adulthood. Interagency networking helps build additional support systems to meet more specific individual needs.
HRDC'S YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS: Work Force Investment Act (WIA)/Youth Employment Training
The goal of the WIA program is to provide eligible young people, who are looking for academic and employment success, effective and comprehensive activities such as counseling, referrals, mentoring, supportive services, training, job placement, life skills and follow-up services. Participants are placed in work experiences that complement their interest and educational goals. You'll find WIA participants throughout our area working, learning and contributing to our community.
Employment Training helps young people develop employment skills. Staff work closely with participants and explore different careers, learn how to use resources to search for employment, prepare a resume, develop important interview techniques, enhance their computer skills and most importantly utilize their previous work experiences.

72. Youth Educational Resources WIN The Rockies - Wyoming, Idaho,
Obesity in American What's a parent to Do by Mary Kay Wardlaw, Project EducationSpecialist, WIN the Rockies University of Wyoming ~ montana State University
Home About the Project Who We Are Educational Resource Lists ... Site Map
Youth Educational Resources
All Resources Index Healthful Eating Self-Acceptance The following resources are a sampling of the wellness materials for youth gathered by Wellness IN the Rockies. The full list of youth, adult and community resources includes organizations, books, magazines, educational curricula, and videos. View or Print ALL resources (238kb MSWord)
Physically Active Living
Girls on the Run
Offers life-changing, experiential learning programs for girls ages 8 to 13 years. Combines training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem building, uplifting workouts. Educates and prepares girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Web site includes section for girls only. Contact 800-901-9965 or
Heart Power American Heart Association. Program for classroom teachers with lessons about the heart and how to keep it healthy through physical activity, nutrition, tobacco-free living. Separate kits for grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8. Includes posters, hands-on investigations, literature and more. Contact Channing L. Bete Company/AHA Fulfillment Center 800-611-6083 or

73. Resources Implementing Parent Ed In Prisons -3/99
xxxxxxx ; Subject resources Implementing parent Ed in in implementing marriage/coupleseducation in prison From Stephen F. Duncan, Here

74. Internet Links: Georgia Council Of Administrators Of Special Education (GCASE)
montana Council of Administrators of Special education (MCASE). ParentTraining Information Center. Special education resources
You are here: Home e've collected a small, but growing, list of educational links on the Internet. Know of a good site? Send us a link Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) State Chapters of CASE: Arizona Council of Administrators of Special Education (AZ CASE) California Council of Administrators of Special Education (CEC Chapter 538) Connecticut Council of Administrators of Special Education Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education (GCASE) of course :) Idaho Association of Special Education Administrators IASEA Illinois Alliance of Administrators of Special Education (IAASE) Indiana Council of Administrators of Special Education (ICASE) Kentucky Council of Administrators of Special Education (KyCASE) ... Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services (WCASS) Georgia Resources: Advancing Education, Inc. ARCHE Association of Retarded Citizens Autism Society Of America Georgia Chapter ... University of Georgia Department of Educational Leadership Georgia Government Contact the Governor
Gov. Educ. Reform Bill - Final Version

75. National Coalition For Parent Involvement In Education (NCPIE): About NCPIE: Sta
montana, montana parent Information and Resource Center Network, as Partners inEducation, Kimberly Francisco, (405 Oregon, Oregon parent Information and Resource
State Parent Information Resource Centers
Search NCPIE
State Organization Name Director Phone URL/E-Mail Address Alabama Special Education Action Committee, Inc. Carol Blades Alaska Alaska Family Partnership John Regitano Arizona Arizona Parent and Educational Resource Center Glenna McCllum-Cloud Arkansas Jones Center for Families Nicholas Long Amerika Samoa Amerika Samoa Humanities Council Lui Tuitele NA 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 Prent 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

76. SNN - Resources - Advocacy
We have parent to parent contacts, state by state Medical and Mental Health), SpecialEducation, Housing, and chronic illnesses in the state of montana for the

77. Listings Of The World Reference Education Special Education
of any age in the state of montana with information in the area served by the center. parent Training and funded by the Office of Special education Programs in

78. School To Work Transition Resources
and personnel development and parenttraining and Center The University of MontanaRural Institute A Center for Excellence in Disability education, Research and

79. Montana Book Company, Helena, Montana - Education And Home School Center
A parentteacher conference The montana Book Company staff is trained to help drawconnections of children's books and extensive inventory of education toys and
HOME Page About the Montana Book Co. Contact Us Jackson's Place (Books) ... Recommendations MONTANA BOOK COMPANY
Education and home school center What do you call a home school mom talking to herself?
A parent-teacher conference.
Center Overview Books Music Award Winning Books The Montana Book Company education center provides teachers and parents an opportunity to browse through books and teaching aids which can be used to enrich basic curricular areas. The scope of materials at the Montana Book Company is very broad. Besides "idea" and thematic books, we also have bulletin board aids, posters, workbooks, educational games, videos and science related kits. The Montana Book Company Home School department includes a wide selection of biographies, historical novels and reference books for all ages. We carry DK and Usbourne books as well as Aristoplay games and hands-on science supplies. The Montana Book Company staff is trained to help draw connections between units of study and our large selection of children's books and extensive inventory of education toys and games. We can assist in helping our customers develop lists of enrichment resources. Whenever possible, The Montana Book Company is happy to order items that we may not stock in the store.

80. Bibliography Of Family Literacy Resources / Bibliographie Sur L'alphabétisation
Cranbrook, BC Ministry of education, Skills and Training Literacy and the parenta project report / project co montana Office of Public Instruction, 1992.
What follows is a list of projects, products, learning materials and other items of interest found in the Literacy and Plain Language Collections in the Human Resources Development Canada Library. Many of these items began as projects funded by the National Literacy Secretariat. Most of the material listed here is available for loan. The HRDC Library does not loan to individuals directly, but will send items to other libraries through inter-library loan. If your organization does not have a library, contact your local public library and ask them to borrow the items you are interested in. Most college and university libraries will also provide this service if you are a student or are employed by the organization. Please be aware that some libraries charge for this service. Departmental Library
Inter-Library Loan
Human Resources Development Canada
Place du Portage, Phase IV
Level 1
Hull, Quebec K1A 0J9
Tel.: (819) 953-0026

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