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  1. Elementary Music Guide for Classroom Teachers by Pennsylvania Department of Education, Russell P Getz:Coordinator of Fine Arts Bureau of General and Academic Education, 1974
  2. Report Of The Joint Committee Of The Two Houses Of The Pennsylvania Legislature, On The Subject Of A System Of General Education
  3. Report of the Joint committee of the two houses of the Pennsylvania legislature, on the subject of a system of general education
  4. Minutes of the Sixteenth Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Baptist Education Society Held with the Lewisburg Baptist Church, Union by Rev. G. M. General Agent Spratt, 1855-01-01
  5. Patterns of appropriations for institutions of higher education by the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1955-1966 by William A Cornell, 1966
  6. Report of the Joint Committee of the Two Houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature, on the Subject of a System of General Education. Together with the Bill Reported By Said Committee, and an Appendix Containing Sundry Communications On..the..(Common Schools) by Samuel, Breck, 1834
  7. Report of the Joint committee of the two houses of the Pennsylvania legislature, on the subject of a system of general education
  8. Government regulation of higher education: An address before the opening general session of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Universities, Hershey, Pennsylvania, Sept. 25, 1978 by Dallin H Oaks, 1978
  9. Software Engineering Education: Sei Conference 1991 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Usa, October 7-8, 1991 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Pa Sei Conference on Software Engineering Education 1991 Pittsburgh, James E. Tomayko, 1991-10
  10. Distance Education Symposium Selected Papers: Papers Presented at the Second American Symposium on Research in Distance Education, the Pennsylvania State ... May, 1991 (Acsde Research Monograph : No 9) by American Symposium on Research in Distance Education 1991 pennsylvani, Michael F. Beaudoin, 1993-08
  11. Rules for the government of the grammar, secondary, and primary schools in the first section of the First school district of Pennsylvania ... 1843
  12. Physics Careers, Employment and Education (Aip Conference Proceedings) by Pennsylvania State University, 1977 Conference on Changing Career Opportunities for Physicists, 1978-06
  13. Report of the Commission on Industrial Education by Pennsylvania. Commission on Industrial Education, 2009-10-21
  14. Thoughts On The Condition And Prospects Of Popular Education In The United States (1836) by A Citizen Of Pennsylvania, Frederick Adolphus Packard, 2010-05-23

1. Mike Fisher - Pennsylvania Office Of Attorney General
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Press Office Criminal Law Public Protection Public Education ... National OAG's OAG Spotlight Attorney General Mike Fisher Applauds Federal Ruling Upholding Lambert Conviction
Attorney General Fisher's statement
U.S. District Court ruling
Attorney General Mike Fisher's Do Not Call List
Attorney General Mike Fisher has launched Pennsylvania's statewide "Do-Not-Call" registration program that will allow consumers to significantly reduce the unsolicited telemarketing calls they are receiving at home.
DNC Law (pdf) Telemarketer Info
File a complaint click here

Report Incidents of Child Pornography on the Internet:
Attorney General Mike Fisher is providing Pennsylvania citizens the opportunity to report child pornography on the Internet.

2. Education, General Resources, Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh Resource Guide
Resource Guide education general Resources. pennsylvania. pennsylvania Departmentof education K12 Elementary and Secondary PA System of School Assessment
Select Library Area: Article Search Ask a Librarian Branches Careers at CLP Computer Classes Directions Employment Genealogy/History Homework Help Hours Kids' Site Library Subject Guide Renew a Book Request a Book Search Subject Departments Support the Library Teens' Site Web Resource Guide
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Pittsburgh Region Pennsylvania United States International
Pittsburgh Region
Center for Innovation in Learning (CMU)
an applied research center dedicated to the improvement of education, particularly at CMU. The purpose of the Center is to focus CMU's strengths in technology, psychology, and communication on the problems of teaching and learning.
The Institute for Learning Abilities
was created to help children and adults overcome serious cognitive and learning disorders.
Urban League of Pittsburgh
A leading provider of programs and services and advocate of public policy initiatives that promote improved quality of life for African Americans and thereby the whole community. Their programs and services include Early Childhood Services, Education, Employment, Training and Economic Empowerment, Housing, and Youth Development.
WQED Education Resource Center
A site with sections for Parents, Pre-schoolers, Kids, Teachers, and Lifelong Learners.

3. $7.8 Million In Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded
US Office of Special education Programs general Supervision Enhancement Grants. pennsylvania,pennsylvania Department of education Jane Sullivan, 412963-7528,
October 5, 2001 Contact: Jim Bradshaw
$7.8 Million in Special Education General Supervision Enhancement Grants Awarded to 24 States, Territories and Outlying Areas
More than $7.8 million in grants have been awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to 24 states, territories and outlying areas for special education improvement efforts as part of a competitive process to help reform and improve services for children with disabilities. A total of 42 states, Puerto Rico and outlying territories competed for the awards, known as General Supervision Enhancement Grants. The grants are intended to complement and support the accountability system developed by the department’s Office of Special Education Programs by assisting states and lead agencies to develop and improve their infrastructure for holding states, districts and schools accountable for improving student achievement. "Accountability for improved performance rests at the heart of our efforts to improve American education," said U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige. "These awards will help move us toward assuring that our special education programs are offering quality educational services to all students with disabilities so that no child is left behind." Activities supported by the grants include:
  • developing data-driven, evidence-based state monitoring systems that focus on areas that have the greatest impact on better outcomes for children with disabilities;

4. Pennsylvania's State System Of Higher Education - The Universities
System of Higher education Universities. Common Academic Calendar. Bloomsburg Universityof pennsylvania President Jessica Sledge Kozloff general Information
State System of Higher Education Universities
Degrees Offered Transfer Information College Admission Space Available List Common Academic Calendar ... Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
President Jessica Sledge Kozloff
General Information - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (570) 389-4000
Admissions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-800-745-7320
Financial Aid - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (570) 389-4297
California University of Pennsylvania

President Angelo Armenti, Jr.
General Information - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (724) 938-4000
Admissions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-888-412-0479
Financial Aid - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (724) 938-4415
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
President W. Clinton Pettus General Information - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (610) 399-2000 Admissions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-800-CHEYNEY (1-800-243-9639) Financial Aid - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (610) 399-2302 Clarion University of Pennsylvania President Diane L. Reinhard General Information - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (814) 393-2000 Admissions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -1-800-672-7171, (814) 393-2306

5. Pennsylvania Adoption Search And Education - Main Menu
Contains general information about searching in pennsylvania, United States. Includes a review of legislative and political issues, copy of relinquishment documents, and list of area support and search groups.
to return during your search.
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"Wait, don't seal those records! I'm not gonna be a baby forever!" "We can't go on treating these people as babies. They are adults with minds of their own, and we need to respect their autonomy. It is unrealistic to expect that they tolerate this." Dr. Alex McWhinnie, senior research fellow, Dept. of Social Work, University of Dundee, who believes individuals conceived through donor insemination feel "almost identical" to adopted people, and it that it is unacceptable that parental information is not available.
Did you know Linda Hurd? Can you handle a birthmom's story about what the shame and secrecy of adoption in Pennsylvania can do? If so, read on here. PA has SB859 which will modify adoption law! Your support is needed - click HERE
Looking for info on the NEW Adoption Message Board of Pennsylvania? It is "in the works" and the URL will be posted here soon! All the searches have been saved and will be on the new site when it is completed. Inside the Web closed so we had to move!
Click here for your daily dose of adoption news!

6. Penn GSE | Executive And Continuing Education | General & Academic Information
transcript), neither tuition nor the general fee will The Graduate School of Educationreserves the right The University of pennsylvania values diversity and

Grading and Credit System Top A course unit represents three semester credits. EDCE level 500 and 600 courses are one course unit per semester or the equivalent of 3.0 semester hours. EDEX Level 800 seminars and workshops are non-credit. Students in EDEX programs receive 1.0 continuing education unit for every 10 hours of clock time (seat time) and a certificate of completion for each seminar or workshop completed. Attendance is mandatory. The following grades are used to report the standing of a student upon completion of each professional development course (Level EDCE 500-600 only). Grade Grade Points A+ A 4.0 (Excellent) A- B+ B 3.0 (Good) B- C+ C 2.0 (Average)

7. Pediatric Otolaryngology (ENT), Allegheny General Hospital
Located in Pittsburg, pennsylvania. Included details about the practice, patient education, services, research and medical links.

8. Education Graduate Programs In Pennsylvania, New Jersey And Delaware
general education. (Including Curriculum and Instruction). Graduate Schools in pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
(Including Curriculum and Instruction)
Graduate Schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware
Sponsoring Institutions:
Fairleigh Dickinson University LaSalle University Lehigh University Montclair State University ...
Click here for information on becoming a sponsoring institution
General Listings:
Albright College
13th and Bern Streets, P. O. Box 15234
Reading, PA 19612 U.S.A.
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Degrees Offered:

M.A -Education,
Alvernia College Urban Education 400 Saint Bernardine St. Reading, PA 19607-1799 U.S.A. Click to send E-mail to: Phone: Fax: The Master in Education in Urban Education will contribute to the profesional development of educators as they face the challenges of serving children and yourth in schools located in urban communities. Degrees Offered: M.Ed. - Urban Education Arcadia University (formerly Beaver College) Education Programs 450 S. Easton Road Glenside, PA 19038 U.S.A. Click to send E-mail to: Phone: 1-877-ARCADIA (877-272-2342) Fax: The Master of Education degree program focuses on educational processes, either in general education or specialized areas of education. The majority of courses must be taken in education, with up to 9 credits in a discipline other than education when appropriate to the program.

9. PAGD Online Web Site
Encourages and promotes dental health, to serve the needs of general dentists, to represent the interests of its member dentists in pennsylvania and to foster their continued proficiency through quality continuing dental education in order to better serve the public.
PAGD MISSION STATEMENT: " To encourage and promote dental health, to serve the needs of general dentists, to represent the interests of its member dentists in Pennsylvania, and to foster their continued proficiency through quality continuing dental education in order to better serve the public. " "The key to CE" PAGD National Awards: AGD Continuing Education Award of Excellence AGD Constituent of the Year Award
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10. Home Page
Provides education, support and advocacy for people with epilepsy and their families. Promotes understanding of seizure disorders to the general public.
Free Web site hosting -
Click on the FLAME to enter the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeastern Pennsylvania's Web Page!

11. Public Education And Information
In addition to creating a registration process for telemarketers with the Officeof Attorney general, pennsylvania telemarketing laws also create new civil and

Public Education

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Harrisburg, PA 17120
Phone: 717-772-0907
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Telemarketing Law Guide A new set of state laws protect Pennsylvania against telemarketing fraud.
Attorney General Mike Fisher authored these laws as a state Senator - and is working to enforce them on behalf of all Pennsylvanians. In addition to creating a registration process for telemarketers with the Office of Attorney General, Pennsylvania telemarketing laws also create new civil and criminal penalties for certain conduct. These provisions, as outlined below, give strong protection to consumers. It is now a specific criminal offense to attempt to obtain property (money) from a consumer through false or misleading representations made, in whole or in part, over the telephone which involve any of the following: A claim that the person has won a prize; a claim that the person will be able to recover previous losses suffered in connection with prize promotion; or a claim regarding the value of goods or services offered in connection with a prize promotion.

12. Mid-Atlantic Karst Conservancy
Western pennsylvania organisation focussing on preserving and managing caves and karst areas as well as the education of landowners, cavers, and the general public.

13. Pennsylvania Home Education Network
general dentists, to represent the interests of its member dentists in pennsylvania, and to foster their continued proficiency through quality continuing dental education
The Pennsylvania Home Education Network
Home PA Home education law Home educating in PA 101 Home educating for freedom and simplicity Contacts for more information ... Links
Welcome to the PHEN (Pennsylvania Home Education Network) web site. This site was developed to answer the need for accurate information on the internet about home educating in Pennsylvania. We hope you find all the information you need here. If you have further questions, or need something clarified, please get in touch with one of the listed contact people ... That's why we are here!
PHEN organization information
The Pennsylvania Home Education Network is an incorporated, nonprofit, tax exempt, statewide organization of home educating families. PHEN exists to promote freedom and simplicity in home education, to serve all families who educate their children at home regardless of race, religion, creed, sex, national origin, handicap, or educational philosophy, and to inform the general public about home education. Membership is open to all Pennsylvania residents who agree with the organization's inclusive philosophy. The Network is directed by a council of members who volunteer and who make decisions by consensus.
PHEN Statement of Philosophy
We believe every family has the right to educate their children at home.

14. Columbia County Almanac
Includes weather, business, education, and general county information.

15. Eugene W. Hickok, Under Secretary Secretary Of Education -- Biography
of education, Dr. Hickok also testified before the pennsylvania general Assemblyand the US Congress about pennsylvania's education policies and initiatives.
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Print photo Dr. Eugene W. Hickok is the United States Under Secretary of Education. President Bush formally nominated Dr. Hickok on March 30, 2001, and he was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on July 10, 2001. In his role as Under Secretary, Dr. Hickok is one of the Education Department's top three ranking officials and will serve as a principal adviser to U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige. Dr. Hickok also was a founding member and chairman of the Education Leaders Council, a group of reform-minded education chiefs who oversee 30 percent of the nation's K-12 public school students. Dr. Hickok also was an associate director of the political science department at Mississippi State University, and the director of financial aid for Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. An expert on public policy, the U.S. Constitution and Federalism, Dr. Hickok has published numerous articles and books on government and public policy and has made presentations on these topics before myriad local, state and national organizations. In 1991, Dr. Hickok was a consultant to the governments of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia regarding constitutional, political, and economic reform.

16. Pennhome
Doylestown general practice focusing on employment, small business, special education, and estate planning matters.
Employment law discrimination law unemployment benefits sexual harassment wrongful termination discharge civil rights law special education law estate planning estate administration wills trusts corporate restrictive covenants non-compete small business law class action consumer fraud. Our Attorneys

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Employment law
In The PA Courts
Bennett Doherty, P.C. was established by two energetic, young attorneys who share a common vision - to provide top quality legal services and advice at a reasonable cost to all of their clients. We believe that good lawyering goes beyond "winning" cases and includes such things as promptly returning telephone calls, speaking in plain English, and keeping clients involved at all stages of their case.
Jeffrey A. Bennett is a graduate of Lafayette College and Seton Hall University School of Law, where he served as an associate editor of the Law Review and as a member of the Moot Court Board. He is licensed to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is a member of both state bar associations. Mr. Bennett is engaged in the general practice of law, including real estate, wills and trusts, elder law, labor and employment, general litigation and education law. Mr. Bennett has taught as an adjunct professor at both William Paterson College and Seton Hall Law School and has lectured on various education related topics to the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.

17. The Pennsylvania Home Education Law
The pennsylvania Home education Law Act 169 of 1988 Compulsory school attendance pennsylvania; a foreign language; mathematics, to include general mathematics and statistics, algebra and geometry; art; music; physical education;
The Pennsylvania Home Education Law
Act 169 of 1988
Hypertext markup added by David Forrest Link back to Forrest Family Homeschooling
  • A child enrolled in a day school which is operated by a bona fide church or other religious body, and the parent, guardian or other person having control or charge of any such child or children of compulsory school age shall be deemed to have met the requirements of this section if that school provides a minimum of one hundred eighty (180) days of instruction or nine hundred (900) hours of instruction per year at the elementary level or nine hundred ninety (990) hours per year of instruction at the secondary level and:
  • At the elementary school level, the following courses are taught: English, to include spelling, reading and writing; arithmetic; science; geography; history of the United States and Pennsylvania; civics; safety education, including regular and continuous instruction in the dangers and prevention of fires; health and physiology; physical education; music; and art.
  • At the secondary school level, the following courses are offered: English, to include language, literature, speech and composition; science, to include biology and chemistry; geography; social studies, to include civics, economics, world history, history of the United States and Pennsylvania; a foreign language; mathematics, to include general mathematics and statistics, algebra and geometry; art; music; physical education; health and physiology; and safety education, including regular and continuous instruction in the dangers and prevention of fires.
  • 18. Pocono Autism Society
    Advocates for the general welfare of persons with autism and fosters dialogue between parents and professionals to enhance diagnosis, therapy, education and recreation of persons with autism. Serves the counties of Monroe and Pike.
    Pocono Autism Society Mission Statement Pocono Autism Society is a non-profit support organization for families and professionals involved with Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorders. We advocate for the general welfare of persons with autism and foster dialogue between parents and professionals to enhance diagnosis, therapy, education and recreation of persons with autism. We promote public awareness of the problems of persons with autism. The following is a list of links of interest to our community. The Staples: These sites are the best in the country for finding information regarding Autism. Autism Resources by J. M. Wobus, to my knowledge this site was the first and has always been excellent if not the best jumping off point for information on the WWW. Autism Resources by Steve Cory, a map based site for finding resouces. Center for the Study of Autism provides a wide variety of information and links. Autism Society of America Autism Research Institute The State of Pennsylvania Early Intervention Technical Assistance ... Pennsylvania Autism Framework for Collaborative Service Delivery Other Pennsylvania Specific Sites PA Health Law Project consultants and avocates.

    19. Pennsylvania's State System Of Higher Education - Act 188
    Definitions Section 202002-A. Establishment of the State System of Higher Educationand its Institutions Section 20-2003-A. Purpose and general Powers Section
    Section 20-2001-A. Definitions
    2002-A. Establishment of the State System of Higher Education and its Institutions
    ... 2018-A. Method of Disposition; Consideration by the General Assembly
    Act 188 of 1982 is available in a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 12 page booklet. For copies, please send E-mail to

    20. K-3 Pennsylvania Reading Instruction Pennsylvania Department
    K teachers, librarians, and special education teachers participate documents, presentations,and general information about in what the pennsylvania schools are

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