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  1. Reports on the Swamp Lands of North Carolina, Belonging to the State Board of Education by North Carolina. State Board Education, 2009-12-30
  2. Arts Education Teacher Handbook: Theatre Arts by North Carolina State Board of Education, 2003
  3. ARTS EDUCATION TEACHER HANDBOOK: DANCE by North Carolina State Board of Education, 2002
  4. Career-technical Education Standard Course of Study by North Carolina State Board of Education, 2003
  6. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE FOR DANCE, MUSIC, THEATRE ARTS, AND VISUAL ARTS (.) by North Carolina State Board of Education, 2001
  7. Reorganizing for the second decade: Department of Community Colleges of the State Board of Education of North Carolina by Ben E Fountain, 1972
  8. Duties and responsibilities of college and university trustees (North Carolina. Board of Higher Education. Special report) by Ben C Fisher, 1969
  9. Faculty compensation;: A study of salaries and fringe benefits in North Carolina colleges and universities, fall 1965 (North Carolina Board of Higher Education. Research report) by Howard Rai Boozer, 1966
  10. The library and library services (North Carolina. State Board of Education. A guide to curriculum study) by Mary Peacock Douglas, 1960
  11. Statement from Watts Hill, Jr., Chairman, North Carolina Board of Higher Education: Concerning separate university status for East Carolina College, May 18, 1966 by Watts Hill, 1966
  12. Biomedical technology: Curriculum guide [for] Health Occupations Education, Workforce Development Education [in] Public Schools of North Carolina, State Board of Education by Kathy Turner, 1998
  13. Report on condition of land of North Carolina State Board of Education by W. W Ashe, 1909
  14. Guidance Curriculum for Comprehensive School Counseling Program by North Carolina State Board of Education, 2001

1. The North Carolina School Boards Association
An organization of the states school boards.Category Regional north America School boards Associations......The mission of the north carolina School boards Association (NCSBA), as an advocatefor public school education, is to provide leadership and services that
The mission of the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA), as an advocate for public school education, is to provide leadership and services that enable local boards of education to govern effectively. Fair Labor Standards Act Seminar The No Child Left Behind Act: An Overview for Local School Board Members from NSBA. Online training opportunities now available! ... Home

2. North Carolina Law Firm Practicing School & Education Law, Boards Of Education,
north carolina law firm representing public schools, boards of education, community colleges private schools including student discipline, employment, construction, open meetings, elections Tharrington Smith has represented 100 boards of education across north carolina. Working for such a large number of
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Ten of the attorneys in the firm spend all or a majority of their time serving education clients. The school law attorneys at Tharrington Smith have a combined total of over 60 years' experience representing school boards in North Carolina. They have experience with all state and federal laws and regulations governing the operation of the public schools, including laws on public bidding, construction law and school finance; open meetings and public records laws; teacher tenure and other employment laws; fines and forfeitures; state and federal laws pertaining to disabled students; federal anti-discrimination laws and constitutional rights of due process, freedom of speech and religion, search and seizure and equal protection. One goal of the education attorneys is to help our clients avoid the cost and disruption of protracted litigation and administrative hearings. For many years Tharrington Smith has worked closely with school systems to resolve informally numerous personnel matters and other potential problems. The firm has also successfully represented Wake and other school boards across the state in state and federal courts, in administrative hearings and before the EEOC on issues ranging from school budget disputes to employment discrimination claims and student suspension appeals.

3. Friday Report Sign
State of north carolina. NC Business Committee for education (NCBCE). NCCenter for Public Policy Research. NC School boards Association (NCSBA).
NEW! NC Partners Event May 1-2, 2003 Friday Report sign-up 3739 National Drive Suite 210 3739 National Drive Suite 210

4. Private Higher Education In North Carolina
Highlights of the decisions made and actions taken by the north carolina State Board of education. Advisory Councils, boards and Commissions. A listing of the groups that advise the
State Library of North Carolina North Carolina Encyclopedia
Private Higher Education in North Carolina
History of Private Higher Education
Private higher education in North Carolina has a long history and traces its beginnings to 1772 and the founding of Salem College , one of the earliest colleges for women in the United States. Louisburg College , which was chartered in 1787, is our second oldest institution of private higher education. The decade of the 1830s witnessed a flourishing of private colleges in North Carolina Wake Forest in 1834 and Davidson College and Guilford College in 1837, while both Duke University and Greensboro College trace their beginnings to 1838. These schools were founded by private citizens determined to spread the benefits of higher education to North Carolina. Twenty of our current private colleges or their predecessors were operating in the state by 1877. GO to top
Today North Carolina has the following 36 independently controlled colleges and universities accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. These institutions are affiliated with 14 different religious denominations and enroll over 60,000 students. They confer nearly one-third of the bachelor's degrees awarded in the state each year and over half of the state's degrees in law and medicine.

5. About NCSBA
School board members must make the best decisions for the children and the community.All 117 local boards of education in north carolina belong to the NCSBA.
Board of Directors Services The North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) was founded in 1937 by Dr. Guy B. Phillips, Dean of the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Initially, the Association was housed in Peabody Hall on the UNC campus. The Association offices were moved to Raleigh in 1971 to be closer to the legislature. Currently, the NCSBA is located at 7208 Falls of Neuse Road in North Raleigh. NCSBA Philosophy
  • The best way to educate the populace is through public schools. The most effective way to govern public schools is through local boards of education which are representative of the community. Members of the local boards of education make better decisions when they are educated about their roles and the issues in public education. School board members must recognize and accept the importance of their roles as educational leaders. Local boards of education are responsible for the education of all public school children. School board members must make the best decisions for the children and the community.

6. Association Of North Carolina Boards Of Health
responsibilities outlined in north carolina's General statutes have excellent localboards of health this through orientation, education, networking, advocacy

President's Message
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Who Are We?
We are an organization composed of location boards of health from each of the 86 counties or districts in North Carolina What is Our Purpose?
To lead and support local boards of health in fulfilling their responsibilities outlined in North Carolina's General statutes "to be the policy-making, rule-making and adjudicatory for local public health" and "to protect and promote the public's health." What is Our Mission?
Our mission is to have "excellent local boards of health". We accomplish this through orientation, education, networking, advocacy, and by assisting local boards in developing and practicing effective governance.
How Can We Help?

7. North Carolina Prototype School Design Clearinghouse
accountability in regard to the State boards of education's north carolina Public Schools Facilities Guidelines.

8. 2003 National Teacher Of The Year Finalists Press Release
educator at Statesville High School in Statesville, north carolina. High Schoolin Bismarck, north Dakota. National Association of State boards of education
2003 National Teacher of the Year Finalists Chosen
Washington, D.C.
Helen Elizabeth (Betsy) Dawson Rogers
, 2003 Alabama Teacher of the Year, a first and second grade educator at Leeds Elementary School in Leeds, Alabama. A desire to raise her children in an environment with a diverse population led Ms. Rogers to Leeds, an experience that has heightened her awareness about the needs of and perceptions about schools in less-affluent neighborhoods.
Many in our country would prefer that low-performing schools be closed and students in these neighborhoods shipped off to other schools," she says. "Others feel students should have a choice in where they attend school rather than address the educational problems of their local communities. It is my belief that all children deserve a quality school in their neighborhood that will not only serve as a place of learning, but a haven of safety. I believe that educators, along with the other citizens of our country, can make this happen when they support the reality that low-performing schools must have strong, proven principals and an adequate number of master teachers with a heart for at-risk children who want to make a difference."
Lorraine Johnson , 2003 Georgia Teacher of the Year, a seventh-grade language arts educator at Arnall Middle School in Newnan, Georgia. While she believes there is no greater honor than being a teacher, Mrs. Johnson wants the public to understand that it comes with an enormous responsibility that is becoming more challenging.

9. NC State Board Of Education - Resources
north carolina School boards Association (NCSBA) The mission of the NCSBA, as anadvocate for public school education, is to provide leadership and services
About the NC SBE SBE Meeting Information SBE Policy Manual Advisory Councils, ... First in America
In his 1999 State of the State Address, Governor Jim Hunt challenged North Carolinians to make our schools First in America by 2010. The Governor directed the North Carolina Education Research Council to design and issue an annual Progress Report and Report Card on the state's progress toward the First in America goals. North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA)
The mission of the NCSBA, as an advocate for public school education, is to provide leadership and services that enable local boards of education to govern effectively. North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA)
NCASA is the only organization in NC for all central office administrators, principals, assistant principals, and higher education professionals. There are approximately 5,400 members, including 99 public school units, individual, student, retired and business members. North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE)
NCAE's mission is to advocate for members and students, to enhance the education profession, and to advance public education.

10. Information For North Carolina Public Schools
All students must complete 20 units of study before graduation. Leadership Publicschools in north carolina are governed by local boards of education.
Curriculum Publication Sales Education Policies Agency Web Sites ... NC Schools Listing Information
North Carolina Public Schools
March 2001
Information North Carolina Public Schools is also available in pdf format, get the Acrobat Reader to view it. Teachers
Attracting and keeping quality teachers is a high priority for North Carolina. The Excellent Schools Act, signed into law in 1997, addresses the need for higher teacher salaries, standards and support. It includes a new teacher salary schedule, increased accountability, and paid incentives when the school meets its state-set ABCs performance goals to raise student achievement. North Carolina issues and requires professional certification for individuals who teach or work in other professional capacities in its public schools. Routes to certification include traditional college or university work in an accredited teacher education program and lateral entry for college graduates in other professional fields. Teachers certified in another state may be eligible for certification in North Carolina if there is a reciprocal agreement between North Carolina and that state. Today, more than 33 percent of North Carolina’s teachers hold master’s degrees. Additionally, North Carolina leads the nation in the number of teachers with National Board Certification.

11. North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission
Home • ABC boards • Permits • Pricing • education • Legal • Audit Links• Contact Us Maintained by the north carolina Alcoholic Beverage
Home ABC Boards Permits Pricing ... Contact Us What's New NOTICE to All Beer and Wine and Mixed Beverage Permittees Guidelines for the Solicitation of Mixed Beverage Permittees by Distiller Reps Permit Renewal and Registration Information Legislative Updates ... More... Calendar April 11, 2003 ABC Commission Meeting April 18, 2003 Holiday - State Offices Closed May 9, 2003 ABC Commission Meeting Find on this site:
W elcome to the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, (ABC) Web Site. As an agency under the Department of Commerce, it is our overall objective to provide uniform control over the sale, purchase, transportation, manufacture, consumption, and possession of alcoholic beverages in the state. ABC Commission Brief History Commission Members Staff Directory ... Contact Us
Maintained by the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Commission:

12. The North Carolina Community College System
Board of Governors of the University of north carolina). under the jurisdiction oflocal boards of trustees and the State Board of Higher education.
State Library of North Carolina North Carolina Encyclopedia
The North Carolina Community College System
The North Carolina Community College System is the third largest in the nation. Each year the system's 59 institutions enroll more than three-quarters of a million students on campuses that are within 30 miles of 100 percent of the state's population. The system's mission from its beginning has been to provide opportunities for the citizens of North Carolina to further their education and to obtain training in order to successfully compete in an expanding job market. The North Carolina Community College System is the primary agency for providing job training and both literacy and adult education. The Beginnings Industrial Education
Department of Community ...
Community Colleges
The Beginnings
In 1952 Dr. Allan S. Hurlburt conducted a study concerning the need for community colleges in North Carolina but it was not until 1957, during the administration of Governor Luther H. Hodges, that the Community College Act was passed. The legislation authorized the establishment of community colleges and placed the general administration of the colleges under what was known then as the State Board of Higher Education (now the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina). By 1961 five community junior colleges had been established under the jurisdiction of local boards of trustees and the State Board of Higher Education. These first five community colleges were College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, Wilmington College in Wilmington, Mecklenburg College and Charlotte College in Charlotte, and Asheville-Biltmore College in Asheville. In 1963 Gaston College in Dallas became the sixth community college approved under the 1957 act.

13. The National FFA Organization Boards
Home National FFA Organization boards. of Agriculture and Extension education,north carolina State University, Raleigh, north carolina.
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Officers Larry D. Case, (Chairperson) Coordinator, Agricultural and Rural Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C. C. Coleman Harris, (Secretary) Program Specialists, Agricultural Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C. Marion Fletcher, (Treasurer) Supervisor for Agricultural Education, Department of Education, Little Rock, Arkansas Board Members Larry D. Case, (Chairperson) Coordinator, Agricultural and Rural Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C. Elaine Lewis, (USDE Representative / Teacher), Agricultural Education Instructor, Yelm High School, Yelm, Washington

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15. The Center For Education Reform: North Carolina's Charter Law
CER Grade BNorth carolina (1996; last amended in 1998). State board of education;local boards may authorize, subject to state board’s approval.
Making Schools Work Better for All Children
Charter School Legislation:
Profile of North Carolina's Charter School Law
Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page North Carolina (1996; last amended in 1998) The 12 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed 100; 5 per school district per year Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities State board of education; local boards may authorize, subject to state board’s approval Eligible Applicants Person, group of persons, or non-profit corporation Types of Charter Schools Converted public, converted private, new starts Appeals Process Applications denied by the local school board or UNC institution may be appealed to the state board of education Formal Evidence of Local Support Required Majority of teachers, majority of uncertified staff at school, and a significant number of parents must support for conversions. Districts must provide and sponsors must consider impact statement.

16. Other Systems Of Higher Education In The United States Of America
of Regents, boards of Governors, Coordinating boards, and University education NewYork State education Department north carolina Community College
Other Systems of Higher Education
Below are links to various USA higher education systems such as Boards of Regents, Boards of Governors, Coordinating Boards, and University Systemwide Administrations. Any suggestions or link updates may be sent to us at the following address: webmaster
Alabama Commission on Higher Education Alaska Board of Regents ... Wyoming Community College Commission
go to Utah System of Higher Education home page

17. The Heartland Institute
Left Behind Act presents a challenge to state boards of education across the yearlyprogress standard is an important process for north carolina, but one
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... Policy Experts ISSUE SUITES Education Environment Health Care Smoker's Lounge ACTIVIST'S CENTER How to Use this Site About Heartland The Heartlander Heartland Store ... Subscribe HEARTLAND IS A MEMBER OF Alliance for America Better Business Bureau Corporate Responsibility Group ... TownHall HEARTLAND INSTITUTE 19 South LaSalle Street Suite 903 Chicago, IL 60603 HEARTLAND INSTITUTE Government schools are islands of socialism in a sea of competition and choice. Visit Heartland's School Reform Issue Suite to learn how choice and privatization would improve K-12 schools. Education Charter Schools Class Size Court Decisions Curriculum ... School Reform News View the contents of the latest issue of The Heartland Institute's School Reform News Heartland's School Reform Issue Suite Model legislation, research, and commentary on school choice issues including The Heartland Plan for Illinois, a model voucher proposal. Best Available Research Use the links at the left to read, download, or print the best free-market research and commentary on school reform.

18. School Planning
Comments take into account local program flexibility while providing accountabilityin regard to the State boards of education's north carolina Public Schools
Our New Address
effective August 1, 2002 our new mailing address will be:
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School Planning
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Planning and Design for K-12 School Facilities in North Carolina. The School Planning Section of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction assists North Carolina school districts, architects and designers in the planning and design of high quality school facilities that enhance education and provide lasting value to the children and citizens of the state. Major areas of concentration consist of the following:
Prototype School Design Clearinghouse

School Facilities Information
Planning Assistance Publications and Workshops ... The State Bond for Public School Facility Needs
School Planning reviews plans for new schools, additions, and renovations. Design review helps to ensure that school facilities accommodate and facilitate educational programs. Comments made during review stress safety, longevity, durability, flexibility, economy, and efficiency of building construction systems. Comments take into account local program flexibility while providing accountability in regard to the State Boards of Education's North Carolina Public Schools Facilities Guidelines Usually, design review conferences are held at each design phase involving the designers, local unit facilities staff and the school planning staff of professional architects, engineers and educators. It is suggested that you schedule a meeting with the Office of the State Fire Marshall and then call School Planning at (919) 807-3554 to schedule a review on the same day.

19. North Carolina, Poe Center For Health Education, Information,Web Site Anonymous
board or CLICK HERE to go to the main Poe Center for Health education forum ChooseOne. Message boards require authentication to
224 Sunnybrook Rd. - Raleigh, NC 27610 - (919) 231-4006 - Fax (919) 231-4315 Under construction. Choose message board from the menu and click "Go" to enter appropriate message board or CLICK HERE to go to the main Poe Center for Health Education forum: Choose One Boys Girls Under Construction Message Boards require authentication to enter. Instructions for using Message Boards Click Here
The Poe Center is excited about our "Message Board" - a forum for students and teachers who attended Puzzled By Puberty. The Message Board will allow you to anonymously post questions to our health educators. Students/teachers will never be identified by name or school in our answers. Please know that THIS IS NOT A CHAT ROOM! Poe Center health educators will respond to questions, usually within one - three school days. We have the right to determine if questions are age appropriate and meet the content of the program that was taught. Questions may be modified or not answered if no real question was intended. Answers will be age appropriate. Each school will receive its own password, specific to the program the students attended. The passwords are good for 14 days. This should give the teacher and the students enough time to ask any questions our presentation(s) may have prompted. Teachers should avoid sharing passwords for these sex differentiated programs as this practice may make for inappropriate questions. We do not want the boys entering the girls' program and vice versa.

20. Links To State Education Boards
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State Education Boards
If you want to keep up with everything educational in your state - resources, standards, parenting information, and more - go right to the source. Every state in the union (plus the District of Columbia) has an online home. Find your state below. Use the Index:
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Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa
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