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  1. Planning for parental involvement in early childhood education: A guide for teachers, administrators, parents, and parent coordinators (Early childhood education resource guides) by Felicia Frierson, 1981

1. New Jersey Education Association [NJEA - Home Page]
The Statewide parent Advocacy Network, Inc. (SPAN) resources, unrealistic expectations will yield preordained failure. The president of the 177 000-member new jersey education


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NJEA members join parents for Abbott Lobby Day in Trenton
On March 20, several hundred NJEA members joined parents and activists from the Abbott school districts at the State House in Trenton. Their message to Senators was short and to the point: “Fully Fund Abbott!” More...
Historic meeting unites lives of three influential women educators across 150 years
Even though her life’s work ended in 1919, Elizabeth Allen was a strong presence at an historic meeting between NJEA President Edithe Fulton ( right )and The College of New Jersey President Barbara Gitenstein ( left ) on March 6. Gitenstein presented a bronze casting and a painting of Allen to Fulton for NJEA to keep on loan during the Association’s 150th anniversary celebration this year. More...
NJEA offers job fair on April 12
The NJEA Minority Leadership and Recruitment (MLR) Committee announces NJEA's first Job Fair for the Recruitment of Diverse Educators on Saturday, April 12 at the Doral Forrestal in Princeton

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3. Learning Disabilities OnLine: Finding Help: New Jersey State Resources
education Special education resources on National Institute for Literacy (NIFL) site. Speech and Hearing. NJ SpeechLanguage-Hearing Association. parent Teacher Association (PTA). new jersey
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4. Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc. - Serving The Families Of New Jersey
community (parents, students, businesses, etc.). resources, tutorials, and new jersey information regarding education.
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Statewide Parent Advocacy Network, Inc. (SPAN) We are proud to be designated as an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant Website! The M is sion of the Statewide Parent Advocacy Network is to empower families and inform and involve professionals and other individuals interested in the healthy development and educational rights of children. Through this collaboration, all children will become fully participating and contributing members of our communities and society. SPAN’s foremost commitment is to children with the greatest need due to disability; poverty; discrimination based on race, sex, or language; geographic location; or other special circumstances. Schools in Need of Improvement in New Jersey: What You Can Do to Ensure that Your Child is Not “Left Behind”!

5. Special Education Resources Centers: Non-profit Organizations
Missouri Missouri parents Act the Statewide parent Training and Information CenterThe new Hampshire educationA-Must, Inc., a non-profit advocacy new jersey
Internet Special Education Resources
Special Education Non-Profit Resources
Providing Nationwide Services Providing Regional and Local Services

6. INTERNET SPECIAL EDUCATION RESOURCES: Non-Profit Resource Centers: Statewide Par
you in resolving education problems in new jersey. Our trainings include parentProfessionalCollaboration; parents information packets on education and health
Parent Advocacy
of New Jersey

Non-profit Education Training, Technical Assistance, and Advocacy Organization 35 Halsey Street
Newark, NJ 07102 Tel: (973) 642-8100
Fax: (973) 642-8080
Training, technical assistance, educational materials, and public policy advocacy on education issues
  • Our telephone hot-line provides trained advocates to assist you in resolving education problems in New Jersey.
  • Our Parent-to-Parent network matches experienced parents with parents seeking support.
  • Our trainings include Parent-Professional Collaboration; Parents Engaged in Public Policy; Education Rights; Positive Behavior Supports; and others.
  • Our publications list includes over 40 brief brochures and over 40 information packets on education and health issues.
  • Our newsletter, The Bridge , issued quarterly, features articles, practical ideas, and resources for families.
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7. New Jersey State Resources
Subsection of larger site providing an extensive one page listing of disability resources throughout Category Regional North America Health Disability resources...... parent Teacher Association policies ofthe Department of education, nor does NICHCY State resources new Jersey
NICHCY State Resources : New Jersey
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
New Jersey State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Honorable Frank Lautenberg (D)
825A Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

8. RFB&D New Jersey Unit: Resoues For Parents And Teachers
increases public awareness of dyslexia in new jersey. Supports teacher education andholds outreach programs Dyslexia parent resources http//www.dyslexiaparent
New Jersey Unit
69 Mapleton Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Phone 609-750-1830
Fax 609-750-1838 Resources for Parents and Teachers Academics, Books, Curriculum Learning Disabilities Resources Dyslexia Resources Professional Development ... Teachers'Resources Academics, Books, Curriculum The American Civil War
Contains an archive of information about the Civil War. American Studies Web
Provides a topical database of over 2,000 web-based resources in American Studies. ArtsEdge-Linking the arts and education through technology
ARTSEDGE supports the place of arts education at the center of the curriculum through the creative and appropriate uses of technology. ASCD The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development offers links to many resources and an online newsletter. Educational Leadership magazine for educators by educators. The BookWire Reading Room

9. Online Resources For Special Education - New Jersey -
clearinghouse of special education information, this related processes, and listsparent resources stateby school information for new jersey public, private
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10. New Jersey Schools - Elementary, Middle And High School Information
new jersey Schools Key Facts and resources. What Does a District Office Do? WhatDoes the School Board Do? The parent Institute for Quality education.
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12. Education Resources
include district PTAs, individual schools in the state, and other education York State parent Teacher Association; new jersey State parent
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13. RBS | Research & Resources | Public Outreach & Community Involvement
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Public Outreach and Community Involvement
Engaging Parents and Community Members
Both increased parent involvement in children's education and the simultaneous outreach to and education of the community are critical to improving learning opportunities for all children. Through public outreach activities, the Mid-Atlantic Eisenhower Consortium and its partners are making the public increasingly aware of the need for all sectors of the community to provide students with opportunities to learn and to meet high standards. Collected here are a number of selected online resources from a variety of organizations that support both parent involvement in schools and outreach activities to the larger community.
Partnership for Family Involvement in Education

The U.S. Department of Education provides this information for organizations, employers, and schools interested in an initiative that encourages communities and individuals to rally around families and local schools in support of children's learning. The site includes links to a wealth of other family involvement resources. National Parent Information Network (NPIN)
A project from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education and the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education, the NPIN site provides information and communications capabilities to parents and to those who work with them.

14. A Vision In Motion, Speakers Bureau: Our Library Of Links
Motivation International Center for Disability resources on the new jersey Officeof Special education Programs new jersey parent Teachers Association
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    Character Counts!, Useful Sites for Character Educators
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    16. Education World® - Student Resources : Education Programs : Exchange Programs :
    AFS new jersey AFS Intercultural Programs (new jersey AT) for civic, health, environmentand special education, promotes peace to become a host parent for a

    17. Work Of The Committee
    and Training Material, parent resources, Community Activities, and workbooks titledCharacter education for School Attended the new jersey Character education
    Work of the Committee! Since its inception, CEI has accomplished the following Became a member of the Character Education Partnership, a national advocacy and leadership group for the character education movement. Researched and studied the basic principles of character education and effective ways of integrating character education into schools and communities. Completed a comprehensive review of existing character education programs and materials available for purchase. Researched ways to develop and implement a character education program uniquely designed to meet the needs of Cherry Hill. Drafted a set of Character Standards and Benchmarks that have been incorporated into Cherry Hill's Life Skills Standards. Submitted a winning proposal to the State of New Jersey for $31,000 in grant monies to develop and implement a character education program designed specifically for Cherry Hill Public Schools. Compiled a comprehensive K-12 reading list of district-approved books that promote character. Compiled a Resource Directory for each school. This Directory includes the following sections: Mission Statement, Cherry Hill School District’s Guidelines for Fostering Character Education, What is Character Education, Positive Character Attributes, Teacher Ideas and Suggestions, Character Education Reading Lists for K-12, Teacher Resources and Training Material, Parent Resources, Community Activities, and Website Ideas.

    18. Parent Resources
    and advocacy network established by the new jersey School Boards Museums Learning A new Guide for Fun and community that can enhance the education of all
    Home New Stuff District High School ... Educational Publications Lower Cape May Regional School District Parent Resources Please notify the webmaster of any broken links. Thank you.
    - Find out how state and federal actions affect you. - Actions taken by the state and federal government often have a profound effect on the quality and cost of public education. The NJSBA Citizen Action Project, a grassroots information and advocacy network established by the New Jersey School Boards Association, instantly alerts parents as issues emerge that impact them as taxpayers or affect the education of their children. This free service also provides a quick and easy way for citizens to express their opinion in time to influence the outcome of events in the state and nation's capital. To join the NJSBA Citizen Action Project, go to and click on the Citizen Action Project tab. Fill in the fields and hit the "submit" button. You will soon receive your free grassroots advocacy kit in the mail and begin to get emailed reports on government activities.

    19. New Jersey People - Your Schools
    to Z Commission on Higher education new jersey Department of education The parent'sCircle List Directory NJ Charter Schools education Curriculum resources
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    The Parent's Circle

    List of Abbott Schools and Whole School Reform
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    20. New Jersey Resources
    Hunterdon Behavioral Health (resources available through Hunterdon Sussex and WarrenCounties in new jersey. ADHD) contact PEACH (parent education for Adults
    New Jersey Division of Disabilities Resource Guide
    "The first place to call for disability-related info r mation" New Jersey Parental Rights in Special Education (PDF file, takes a while to download! First Call For Help - 1-800-HELP-555 (Good searchable database for help within New Jersey) also 908 689 7335 FocusAS Family Help in New Jersey (Family Help within New Jersey) Hunterdon Behavioral Health (Resources available through Hunterdon Medical Center) Circle of Friends Social skills training program Contact Debra Baumann,MSW,LSW 908 788 6100 New Jersey Statewide Parent to Parent (Statewide network of parents supporting families of children with developmental delays, disabilities, and special health needs.) SNAP Online Special Needs Advocate for Parents SPAN Hunterdon County, NJ Resource Center (Statewide Parent Advocacy Network) The Arc of Hunterdon County SMILES program may be particularly helpful for children with behavioral disorders) The Arc of Warren County Programs For Troubled Teens NJ Dept. of Human Services Children's System of Care Initiative -Focus - Children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disturbances and their families across child-serving systems.

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