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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

Burns, Director K12 of Vocational education Office of Presidents Brain Injury Associationof montana montana Center MSU parent TRAINING INFORMATION PROJECTS.
AED's Home Page NICHCY's Home Page State Sheets
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187 Dirksen Senate Office Building
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SD-187 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510-2603 (202) 224-8616 (TTY) (202) 224-8594 (fax) GOVERNOR Marc Racicot Governor's Office State Capitol Helena, MT 59620-0801 (406) 444-3607 (TTY) URL: ADA TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION PROJECT ACTION 700 Thirteenth Street, NW , Suite 200 Washington, DC 20005 (202) 347- 7385(TTY) (202) 737-7914(fax) E-mail: URL: MONTANA TRANSIT ASSOICATION c/o Great Falls Transit District PO Box 2353 Great Falls,MT 59403 (406) 727-0386(fax) STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: SPECIAL EDUCATION Robert Runkel, Director Special Education Division Office of Public Instruction PO Box 202501 Helena, MT 59620 -2501

82. Community Resources Relevant News Items, Concerning Substance Abuse
2003, Through its Breath Express bus, the American Lung Association is able to bringhealth education to schools Florid Lobbying for montana Prevention Programs.

83. Montana State Education Laws
Find montana's complete state education code under the link sign next to Title 20education, then click 111, Responsibilities and rights of parent who provides
State Laws and Regulations Montana
Home Education Magazine

State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups
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. 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.
  • 84. Learning Disabilities OnLine: Finding Help: Virginia States Resources
    Federally Funded Programs parent and Professional State Department of educationSpecial education
    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

    85. HSLDA | Homeschooled Troops In Iraq
    2/20/2003 MontanaCalls Needed to Support Bill Authorizing parent-Taught DriverEducation. Bill Text. Bill History. Printer Friendly Version.
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    Homeschooled Troops in Iraq
    Our nation is in the midst of an intense and fierce conflict in Iraq. Our soldiers are sacrificing their very lives and some of these soldiers are your very own homeschooled graduates. Over the last few years, since we succeeded in passing a law in Congress to open up military enlistment to homeschoolers, many of your homeschoolers have joined the military service. It is encouraging, after 20 years of working for the right of parents to educate their children as they see fit, to observe that the homeschooling movement is "growing up" and we now see homeschool graduates entering into service for our country. We would like to create a list of these graduates who are involved in the Iraqi conflict. The purpose is to hold these homeschoolers up before the throne of God to pray that He will protect and strengthen them throughout the conflict. If you have a graduate presently involved in this conflict, we invite you to add their name to this list so that we might pray for these troops.

    86. Idaho Education Association - President's Message
    montana. She graduated from montana State University with a Bachelorof Science degree in Physical education and Music. She also

    • Mission Statement
      President's Message

      ... ARCHIVED CURRENT EVENTS President's Message By Kathy Phelan,
      IEA President
      2003 promises to be filled with daunting challenges for Idaho students, public education and the IEA. Last spring we stood together on the capital steps to protest unprecedented education funding cuts. Then we mobilized to elect politicians who are public education advocates. While we were successful in many races, the state leadership and the legislature still appear to be dominated by politicians more interested in cutting taxes and cutting budgets than in investing in our infrastructure or the future of Idaho┬╣s children.
      This year more than ever we need to stand together for Idaho's children and public education. The new federal elementary and secondary education law, euphemistically titled the "No Child Left Behind Act", will place more demands than ever on you, your students and your colleagues. And the current Idaho Assessment and Accountability proposal will require us to stand together to advocate for meaningful accountability-the kind that enables every student and educator to grow and succeed.

    87. State Prevention Resource Directory
    To Learn more about available resources for your Needs Assessment Evaluation parentEducation/parent Involvement Prevention
    State Prevention Resource Directory Are you searching for State Resources?
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    click HERE to Download an Acrobat Reader version of the entire directory. Do you want information about a specific resource?
    Choose a Resource Adolescent Health Coordinator Big Brothers and Big Sisters Charting Your Path To Success Child and Adult Care Food Program Children's Trust Fund Community Incentive Program (CIP) Domestic Violence Educational Talent Search Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Grant (EUDL) Even Start Family Literacy Program Family PlanningWomen's and Men's Health Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Consortium GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) Head Start Collaboration Independent Living Project Indians Into Psychology (InPsych) In-home Services Program Injury Prevention and Control Jobs for Montana's Graduates (JMG) Mental Health Careers Opportunity Program (MHCOP) Montana Abstinence Partnership Montana America Reads *VISTA Project Montana Behavior Initiative (MBI) Montana Character Education Project Montana KIDS COUNT Montana National Guard High School Drug Education Program Montana National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Montana School to Work Montana Social Norms Project (MOST of Us Campaign) Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program (MTUPP) MSU Health Promotion Office of Public Instruction School Nutrition Program Part C, Developmental Disabilities

    88. MATR News: Mycotech Parent Emeralg BioAG Secures $6.2MM In Series B Financing.
    Mycotech parent Emeralg BioAG secures $6.2MM in Series B financing. January 30,2003, View for printing. Since VC is so rare in montana, I thought you might be
    Mycotech parent Emeralg BioAG secures $6.2MM in Series B financing.
    January 30, 2003 View for printing
    Since VC is so rare in Montana, I thought you might be interested in the following VentureWire Alert posted yesterday. Note that Emerald BioAg, although headquartered in Michigan, was formed by the merger of Mycotech with Auxein. Mycotech has been in Butte for a while, and has won 4 SBIR awards since 1992, including Phase I and Phase II awards from the Navy, and two USDA Phase I SBIR awards. (Many thanks to Ray Friesenhahn for passing this excellent news along.- Russ) The SBIR program is one of the best ways for small and start-up companies to obtain non-equity/non-debt financing for new technology development, and statistics show that companies that have won SBIR awards are five times more likely to be able to obtain Venture Capital. LANSING, MICH. Emerald BioAgriculture, a developer of biological and biochemical agents, announced that it has secured $6.2 million in Series B financing.

    89. LearningStation ResourceCenter: Education/Special Education/Support
    Help parents navigate the special education maze Parents A multi-faceted, comprehensiveParent Directed Family Parents Let's Unite for Kids, montana- PLUK is a
    More search options Home New Links Cool Links ... Search the entire directory only this category
    Education Special Education : Support
    • 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 through 21.
    • Disability Information for Students - International disability news, jobs, discussion, resources. A site designed for students and professionals supporting individuals with disabilities.
    • Education A Must Inc. Educational Advocates - Educational advocates for education for the special needs child located in New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts.
    • Educational Needs Alliances - (Albany, Oregon)
    • Families Helping Families of Louisiana - Families Helping Families of Louisiana centers are a group of families who, through our own experiences, are committed to reaching out to other families who have members with special needs and self-advocates.
    • Family Village - Information about ways of dealing with disabilities and everyday life.

    90. Building Community Strengths In Montana
    Welcome to the Building Community Strengths in montana resources page.Below are many links to a diverse amount of Web site information.
    Welcome to the Building Community Strengths in Montana resources page. Below are many links to a diverse amount of Web site information. The links are separated into groups. We encourage you to browse all of the information below but if you are looking for certain information please click on the link for the type of information you are looking for and it will drop you down to that section of the page. If you would like to add a link you think relevant please contact Cara Knauer Parenting and Childhood Information Web Sites for Kids Project Community Resources ... Technology Resources Montana State University Extension
    Other Relevant Montana Parenting Information Are You a Family? MSU Early Childhood Project Not Enough Hours in the Day Family Publications ... Just in Time Parenting Info National and Other General Parenting Information Web Sites National Fatherhood Initiative Celebrating Families National Military Family Association Connect for Kids ...

    91. Edvisors Network: Special Education/Support
    Help parents navigate the special education maze. Parents A multifaceted, comprehensiveParent Directed Family Parents Let's Unite for Kids, montana PLUK is a

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    92. Home School Corner
    Massachusetts Homeschool Organization of parent Educators. of Home Educators MontanaHomeschool Organizations New Hampshire Michael's Home education Page New
    Bulletin Board Articles Resources Resources by State Magazines Special Needs
    Resources by State (CHEA) The Cultural Home Educators Assoc. Homeschool Resources
    Eclectic Home School
    Homeschooling in the USA
    Jon's Homeschool Support Groups and Homeschooling Law by State
    Homeschool Organizations by state from Home Life



    ... Wyoming Alabama Home Educators of Alabama Round Table Central Alabama Resource for Home Educators North Alabama Home Educator's List of Alabama Support Groups Alabama Homeschool Organizations from Home Life Alaska Alaska Private Home Educator's Association Christian Home Educators of Kodiak Homeschoolers Unlimited Arizona Arizona Families for Home Education Roadrunner Home Schoolers Arkansas Arkansas Home Educators Arkansas Homeschool Organizations and Support Groups Arkansas Homeschooling Live and Learn California California Homeschool Network Homeschool Association of California Homefires, Journal of Homeschooling

    93. Montana Commission On Community Service - State Projects 2002-2003
    1518 family resource centers in western montana. to support their children's educationby planning and facilitating literacy-based, parent-child learning
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    Montana Conservation Corps, Inc.
    Montana Conservation Corps
    Jono McKinney, Executive Director
    206 N. Grande Ave.
    Bozeman, MT 59715
    phone: 406-587-4475
    fax: 406-587-2606
    Website: Issue Areas: Environment Public Safety Other Human Needs The Montana Conservation Corps consists of 40 full-time and 86 part-time AmeriCorps members who serve on crews of 6 under the leadership of a crew supervisor. The members are placed throughout the state to address critical needs in maintaining Montana's natural resources. AmeriCorps members are constructing and maintaining 250 miles of trail and 36 parks, restoring and enhancing degraded watersheds, helping improve water quality, correcting site erosion, preventing further degradation and restoring habitat. AmeriCorps members are constructing homes for 80 low-income senior citizens and 10 community agency facilities. Through its CorpsLink program, the AmeriCorps members are mentoring 350 adjudicated youth that they have engaged in service projects. Blackfeet Nation Blackfeet Youth Initiative Blackfeet Youth Initiative Tony Wagner, Director

    94. EMPOWER AMERICA : Education Reform Resources
    education Reform resources last updated 11/27/2001 Compiled by Nathaniel KoonceGraphic Printer printerfriendly page RECENT ARTICLES IN education REFORM$401
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    UNITED WE STAND Is our national soul any better a year later? Lesson of 9-11: Never give in to fear and hatred Teaching September 11 A 21st century response to terrorism ... VIEW ALL Education Reform Resources last updated: 11/27/2001 Compiled by Nathaniel Koonce RECENT ARTICLES IN EDUCATION REFORM: Empower America Announces: National Enterprise Zones of Choice Parents or politics? Is our national soul any better a year later? Teaching September 11 ... A Victory for 'Ordered Liberty' EDUCATION RESEARCH AND REFORM ORGANIZATIONS Achieve - best on the web on the development of standards American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) - excellent information on education reform, especially government spending Black Alliance for Educational Options - a quickly-growing grassroots organization with chapters throughout the U.S. dedicated to empowering parents to meet their children's educational needs. Brookings Institution Brown Center on Education Policy - insights from nationally recognized experts on K-12 education Center for Education Reform - top of the line charter school site Character Counts!

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