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41. SchoolGrants: State Agency Links
State agencies. O. ohio Department of education ohio SchoolNet site ohioArts Council. Wyoming Department of education Wyoming Arts Council.
Education is the ability to meet life's situations.
Dr. John G. Hibben Links: State Agencies Home Grant Opportunities Sample Proposals Let's Write a Grant Our Newsletters Search Our Links Grant-Related Links Federal Agencies Foundation Resources Grants Management Grant-related Publications ... State Agencies Education-Related Links Parents General Interest National Organizations Publications ... Site Map You should regularly check your state education agency's website. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as many other items of interest and assistance to their state's educators.
As always, if you know of links that should be included here, please let us know! (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.)

42. OSEP Technical Assistance And Dissemination Network Projects
Consists of over 40 projects funded by the United States Department of education's Office of Special Category Reference education Special education...... Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, ohio, Pennsylvania, and 3808 fax joy@nasdse.orgThe primary among federal, state, and local education agencies.
Technical Assistance
About the FRC Conferences Federal
... RRFC Network Technical

What's New

Clearinghouses ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
ERIC/OSEP Special Project
The Council for Exceptional Children
1110 North Glebe Road Arlington, VA 22201-5704 phone/TTY fax ERIC is a distributed national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. ERIC, established in 1966, is supported by The National Library of Education, a part of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The ERIC system WWW Home Page is maintained at the ACCESS ERIC facility. ERIC encompasses the world's largest and most frequently searched education database and a decentralized network of knowledgeable and helpful subject experts. ERIC also maintains an extensive Internet presence, including the award-winning AskERIC question-answering service and Virtual Library, the National Parent Information Network, and more than a dozen subject-oriented gopher and World Wide Web sites. HEATH Resource Center The George Washington University 2121 K Street, NW, Suite 220

43. RRFC Network
funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of educationprograms, practices Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, ohio, Pennsylvania, and
RRFC Network
About the FRC Conferences Federal
... Publications RRFC Network Technical
What's New
Home The Regional Resource and Federal Centers (RRFC) Network is comprised of the six Regional Resource Centers for Special Education and the FRC.
listing of states by RRC
What are the Regional Resource Centers?
The six Regional Resource Centers (RRCs) are specifically funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices, and policies that affect children and youth with disabilities. The RRCs help states and U.S. jurisdictions find integrated solutions for systemic reform, offering consultation, information services, technical assistance, training, and product development. The beneficiaries of the RRCs' work are children and youth with disabilities, and the families and professionals associated with them.
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44. OCCRRA Links
org/ Serving as a voice for ohio's young children of the National Association forthe education of Young for local child care resource and referral agencies.
This list is provided for your information only. Inclusion in this list does not necessarily indicate OCCRRA endorsement or recommendation of any of the organizations listed. If you know of a link that we should consider adding, or if a link doesn't work, please let us know via email NACCRRA Home Page
Early Childhood Focus
Early Childhood Focus is brought to you by NACCRRA - The National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies. This site is intended to provide the latest news items to Early Childhood Education professionals throughout the country. You will find information about consumer education, early literacy, fatherhood, federal administration, Head Start, quality, special needs, TANF/CCDBG, workforce, state/local issues, and more. You also can submit news you would like to see published. Professional Development Information
Professional Development page Learn about training and professional development opportunities in your area ODJFS Child Care Website

45. Education Week- National Education Related Articles And Government Policy -- Apr
about their sales prospects for K12 education this year agencies Offer Security Advice—And Money A new federal School Aid Is Casualty Of ohio's Budget War A

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E-mail: (Note: Please do not send attachments.) April 9, 2003 Welcome to Education Week on the Web ! Take advantage of our free registration in order to read the stories below—and much more! Affirmative Action Now Awaits Verdict A quarter-century after outlawing strict racial quotas in higher education, the U.S. Supreme Court heard powerful arguments last week on whether race can still be one factor among many that colleges use to achieve diversity in admissions. Writing Budgets A Guessing Game For Calif. Schools California school districts are waiting, watching, and planning for the worst, since state aid is tied up in gridlock over how to close the state's $35 billion budget gap. As hostilities begin in Iraq, a Wayne County, Mich., deputy sheriff stands guard March 21 at the Islamic Institute of Knowledge, a private school in Dearborn with many students of Iraqi descent.

Provides information about the Workforce Investment Act implementation in ohio.Category Regional North America Business and Economy Employment...... Sites operated by ohio agencies, national organizations, and other We aspire to anohio that is winning the Where the State’s education and training systems
Bob Taft, Governor Note To Users: If you are having trouble accessing through the green buttons located above, please contact Graig Pellman, One-Stop Section, at (614) 466-0544. How To Use

Welcome to your on-line center for information about the Workforce Investment Act. is divided into "sections" covering various WIA-related topics. These topics can be accessed through the green buttons located above. Below is a description of the information that is available in each section: What's New lists recent additions and changes to In most cases, the user can directly link to these new postings. Governor 's Workforce Policy Board . This section has a membership list, meeting schedule, meeting minutes, committee meeting minutes, and other information regarding this important board. WIA Implementation is especially designed for local WIA leaders. This section of the Internet site provides a wide range of guidance documents, draft templates, policy information and other valuable implementation resources. Local WIA Information has facts regarding Ohio's local WIA areas, including maps, contact information, and selected local WIA implementation plans.

47. Higher Education Center News Feed Archive: HEC News: State Lead
offices and alcoholic beverage control agencies, colleges and and the US Departmentof education, with additional support from the ohio Office of
HEC News: State Leaders Convene to Address College Alcohol Problems
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Date: Fri Jul 13 2001 - 14:10:31 EDT
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    July 13, 2001
    Laurie Davidson (617) 618-2361

    State Leaders Convene to Address College Alcohol Problems
    Cleveland, Ohio: Representatives from 33 states gathered today in Cleveland
    for the Statewide Initiatives Leadership Institute, an event sponsored by
    the U.S. Department of Education's Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention to address how comprehensive regional efforts can curb college students' underage and high-risk drinking. Since 1996 the Higher Education Center has worked to promote and sustain statewide and regional initiatives to support college alcohol and other drug prevention efforts. These initiatives feature the formation of campus
  • 48. Higher Education Center: Press Release: State Leaders Convene To Address College
    abuse offices and alcoholic beverage control agencies, colleges and DeJong, directorof the Higher education Center the success we have witnessed here in ohio. .
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    powered by FreeFind State Leaders Convene to Address College Alcohol Problems FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 13, 2001 Contact: Higher Education Center
    Cleveland, Ohio: Since 1996 the Higher Education Center has worked to promote and sustain statewide and regional initiatives to support college alcohol and other drug prevention efforts. These initiatives feature the formation of campus and community coalitions that focus on changing the broader environmental conditions that encourage student substance use. The first statewide initiative was developed in Ohio, under the leadership of Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth, and has been a remarkable success. "The Ohio Initiative began with a commitment of 19 colleges and universities, and now boasts a membership of 41 four-year institutions," states Patricia Harmon, director of Ohio Parents for Drug Free Youth. "Realizing that student drinking is not a problem of colleges alone, but of the entire community, we have been able to forge relationships with local community groups and state agencies to effectively address this issue." Institute participants come from state government substance abuse offices and alcoholic beverage control agencies, colleges and universities, and state coalitions working to reduce underage drinking. The purpose of the institute is to increase the effectiveness of existing statewide college alcohol and other drug prevention initiatives and to encourage the creation of new initiatives in states that are ready to implement this promising approach. In addition to helping to develop statewide initiatives, the Higher Education Center provides training and evaluation services to regional efforts once they are under way.

    49. University And College Directory
    Missouri, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Dakota, ohio, Oklahoma, South Directory ofState Higher education agencies, maintained by the US Career education Links. is a Complete University and College Directory
    University and College Directory
    School Directories: Community Colleges
    University and College Resources
    Career Education Links
    • Browse the RWM Vocational school database for career education courses throughout the US.
    • College Scholarships The 2003 Colleges, Universities and Scholarships page offers ten free scholarship searches, college contact information, online applications, ACT and SAT prep help, and more".
    • Directory of technology schools offering degree programs in pc support, networking/LAN technology, computer science, programming and certification in A+, Network+, MCSE, Microsoft, Oracle and more.

    50. Ohio Statewide Independent Living Council Newsgroup Archives
    ohio Statewide Independent Living Council Newsgroup Archives Reynolds/OCR DC (202) 467 that states and local education agencies provide a

    51. Ohio's FSC - Special Education
    grants are to allow local educational agencies to apply Federal Resource Center forSpecial education; ohio Department of
    "I have chosen to be the dominant
    force behind my own life." (Text-Only Version) Site Map / Links FSC Home Return to ...
    Educational Needs
    Special Education
    Special education services are available for children over the age of three through age 21 and are administered by the school district in which the child resides. For children with disabilities under the age of three, early intervention services are available.
    The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
    According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), children with disabilities will receive a "free appropriate public education" (FAPE) in the "least restrictive environment" (LRE). In other words, children will receive a free educational program that is appropriate to their needs and the program will be administered in an environment that is helpful to the child's education, but not necessarily keeping them out of a regular classroom. IDEA is the federal law that special education services are based upon and is up for reauthorization this year. Families are encouraged to provide input to policy makers about the issues they face in regard to special education services. To learn more about IDEA and how to submit your comments to policy makers, visit the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) section of this Web site.

    52. - Recent Stories Recent Stories, and Save Your Life Two State agencies Merge Gasoline Reactionto proficiency test scores ohio education leaders say teachers need : Recent Stories Previous stories from the Statehouse News Bureau JUNE - 2 You can search for stories by month or by keyword June 30, 2000 Changes Take Effect July 1 on Crime Victims Fund
    Advice to Drivers: Drink Coffee and Save Your Life

    Two State Agencies Merge

    Gasoline Prices Plummet in Ohio
    June 29, 2000 Taft Signs Inheritance Tax Cut Into Law
    Ticks a Bigger Problem This Year in Ohio

    Taft in D.C. on Gasoline Prices

    U.S. Government Sues Steel Company
    June 28, 2000 Gore in Columbus on Tax Breaks for Energy-efficiency
    Bush Speaks About Energy Independence in Cleveland

    Another Giveback to Employers for Workers Compensation Costs
    June 27, 2000 Columbus Project Highlights "Urban Redevelopment" at National Conference
    Attorney General Sues Two Driveway Pavers as Examples of Con-men

    U.S. House Tells Courts: Let Ohio Keep It's "God" Motto
    June 26, 2000 Anti-hunger Advocates Push Summer Free Lunch Programs Ohioans to Get Comparisons of Nursing Homes Oil Price Boost Means Higher Expense For Building Ohio Roads Gore to Speak on Environment and Gasoline in Columbus Wednesday June 23, 2000 State Treasurer Says Former Employee Stole Money Young Ohio Students Learn About Government Cincinnati's Big Pig Gig Art Event June 22, 2000

    53. Education - HolidayCityOhio.Org & JeffersonTownshipOhio.Org
    education a vocational school for juniors seniors located in Archbold, ohio. TheEnrichment Center located in Jefferson Township is home to several agencies.

    Jefferson Township
    Holiday City

    Visitors Bureau
    PO Box 303
    Holiday City, OH 43543-0303
    Lodging Attractions Calendar ... Calendar



    Churches ... Wineries x Lodging Maps/ Directions About Us Contact Us Education T here are four school districts in Jefferson Township Bryan City Schools Website Bryan, Ohio Mill Creek West Unity Schools Website West Unity, Ohio Montpelier Exempted Village Schools Website Montpelier, Ohio North Central Local Schools Website Pioneer, Ohio T Website Other Area School Districts T here are various preschools in the county as well as a Head Start program. T he Enrichment Center located in Jefferson Township is home to several agencies. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (MRDD) Serve children birth to age 3 with developmental delays or disabilities. Have an adult program for ages 22 and older. Also provide case management services for all individuals with disablities. Four County Family Center Provides counseling.

    54. United Way Of Central Ohio
    we believe you will enjoy working with our strong team of professionals at oneof our ten United Way funded, early childhood care and education agencies.
    Career Opportunities
    At United Way today, we are always looking for caring, skilled professionals to help us get to the heart of what matters. Click on a job opportunity below to find out how to apply. There are currently no job postings, but please check back often.

    55. ODJFS Resource Directory
    State agencies and Government Web Sites ohio Department of Aging; health and drugaddiction services. ohio Department of education; Region Northwest ohio Region.
    Our Services Info Center About Us Popular Sites ... Recent Additions ODJFS Resource Directory Please use the following links to help find programs and services to meet your needs: State Agencies and Government Web Sites Local Resources
    Ohio's Family Resource HUB Network
    The Family Resource Hub Network (FRHN) is a statewide network of family support and child abuse / neglect prevention programs throughout the state. The network is comprised of 6 regions. Each region has a web site which can help you find out about community resources in that geographic area. You can visit any region's web site and learn more about what programs and services are available by clicking on that section of the state map below.
    Region: Northwest Ohio Region Web Site:

    56. WCET48 | PBS Cincinnati | Education Projects
    The site provides links to ohio videoconferencing resources a collaboration of WCETEducation Technology the other Educational Technology agencies across the

    TV Schedule

    Support WCET

    Projects ...
    Contact Us
    20th Century Interactive

    20th Century Interactive is a multimedia, high school curriculum in which students actively search for the history around them in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton area. Themes included are key in the history of southwestern Ohio and serve as springboards to contemporary issues. Created through a partnership with Greater Dayton Public Television and funded by a grant by Ohio Educational Telecommunications (OET). Arts Connections

    A yearly experience that helps any educator learn to integrate the arts across the curriculum. Discovery events introduce different art forms to teachers and an intensive summer workshop introduces teachers to area artists and helps teachers develop classroom activities and begin planning arts integration lessons. Graduate credit from the University of Cincinnati is available. To learn how to participate, email us at Part of the WCET Arts Initiatives, funded in part by The Corbett Foundation. Behind the Glass: The Cincinnati Art Museum

    57. Financial Aid Resources - Career Choices In Special Education - National Clearin
    State Higher education Assistance agencies Alabama, Kentucky, North Dakota.Alaska, Louisiana, ohio. Arizona, Maine, Oklahoma. Arkansas, Maryland, Oregon.
    Financial Aid Resources
    State Resources Federal Resources Private Resources
    State Resources
    Most states now have some form of student assistance. These financial aid programs vary by state. To find out the details of state grants and loans, students should contact their state agency or college financial aid administrator. State Higher Education Assistance Agencies: Alabama Kentucky North Dakota Alaska ... Wyoming Directories maintained by the U.S. Department of Education:
    • Guaranty Agencies - Guaranty agencies administer student loans under the FFEL Program. This site gives a list of the guaranty agencies that operate in each state.
    Federal Resources

    58. Agencies Promoting New Programs For School Teachers
    agencies Promoting New Programs for School Teachers for Math and Scienceeducation,The ohio State U. (wide for Math and Science education, listing regional
    Agencies Promoting New Programs for School Teachers
    AAAS Project 2061
    (produces tools: books, CD-ROMS, and online; organizes workshops, seminars on scientific topics; provides consulting services for schools)
    1333 H Street, N.W., P.O. Box 34446, Washington, DC 20005
    Tel: 1-888-737-2061 and Also AAAS: Science Linkages in the Community
    (preschool science, mathematics, and literature workshops: preschool hands-on activities)
    Dir: Patricia Thompson
    Tel: 1-800-351-SLIC (7542) Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) 1703 North Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA 22311-1714 Tel: 800-933-2723, 703-578-9600; Fax: 703-3575-5400 / Council for Basic Education 1319 F Street, N.W., Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004 -1152 Tel: (202) 347-4171; Fax: 202-347-5047; Education Development Center (EDC) Judith O. Sandler, Irene Kantrov 55 Chapel St, Newton, MA 02458-1060 Tel: 617-969-5979, 617-630-8439

    59. ASO - Links
    Rights Activist State agencies ohio Developmental Disabilities State Department of education (Exceptional Children

    ASO Home

    About ASO

    About Autism

    Events Database
    Autism Links

    Autism Society of America Autism Research CAN (Cure Autism Now) NAAR (National Alliance for Autism Research) Autism Research Institute Center for the Study of Autism Interagency Committee on Disability Research (ICDR) Special Education Law Wrightslaw Reed Martin COPAA (Council of Parent Advocates and Attorneys) OLRS (Ohio Legal Rights Service) IDEA Practices and IDEA News Disability Rights Activist State Agencies Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council State Department of Education (Exceptional Children) Vocational Rehabilitation Mental Health Mental Retardation OLRS (Ohio Legal Rights Service)

    60. ECS Issue Site: At-Risk (What States Are Doing)
    (ohio Legislative Office of education Oversight, May 2001 includes links to stateeducation agencies' RFPs and Helping state leaders shape education policy 700 States Are Doing

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