Extractions: Children struggle to do lessons without paper, pencils, or rulers; and fight to learn in school buildings that are dangerous or unhealthy. Today, only 17% of Native American high school graduates will go on to college, compared to the national average of 62%. Yet, like all our children, these youngsters are inspired by the dream of a good education.
K-12 Standards Fact Sheet Posted in 1999 Standards for Career education for Agriculture education, Florida, Kansas, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, south dakota, North dakota, http://www.mcrel.org/standards/
Extractions: Browse Search Activities Lesson Plans ... Reference McREL's Contributions to K-12 Standards Published a database of K-12 content standards, entitled Content Knowledge: A Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks for K-12 Education online and in print Posted standards-based resources on McREL's website where anyone who has Internet access may examine and use the material Developed with Achieve, Inc. the Achieve+McREL standards database, an on-line tool that enables content providers to align their contentoncewith the McREL standards database and that content will be aligned automatically and instantly with 40+ states' standards in the Achieve+McREL standards database. Posted in 1999 Standards for Career Education Helped over 150 school districts and intermediate education agencies establish and implement standards-based education Developed a comprehensive standards-based vocabulary list derived from an analysis of McREL's standards database that may be used for instructional, organizational, and key word search purposes by teachers, curriculum administrators, students, parents, and content providers. Helped the states of California, Hawaii, Florida, Kansas, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Washington with various aspects of standards-based education (e.g., standards drafting, reviewing, evaluating, and analyzing)
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Extractions: To expand the base of knowledge in education, we regularly communicate key knowledge and learning to external audiences. At Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL), we draw upon the best of more than 30 years of education research to create practical, user-friendly products that help educators create classrooms that provide all students with opportunities for success.
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Extractions: Due Oct. 15, 2005 The purpose of the South Dakota Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to encourage and maintain an active interest in and an appreciation of mathematics, promote professional growth of mathematics educators, to provide a forum for the exchange of views regarding the teaching of mathematics, to develop a cohesive link between and to promote the cooperative study of mathematics education at all levels, to integrate the study of mathematics into other areas of school curriculum, and to relate the study of mathematics to situations in life.
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Extractions: Network (SAN) North Central SARE to hold national conference in 2006. WHAT IS SARE? Funded by the USDA , the national Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program supports and promotes sustainable farming and ranching. We offer competitive grants and educational opportunities for producers, scientists, educators, institutions, organizations and others exploring sustainable agriculture. Abstracts from national SARE projects are available in a comprehensive, searchable database WHAT IS SAN? The Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) is SARE's outreach arm, providing field-ready information in print and electronic formats.
Extractions: Ph. (605) 224-0123 Home About Us Services/Programs Directory ... Member Login Welcome to the South Dakota Council of Mental Health Centers website. There are eleven (11) Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) in South Dakota dedicated to providing the citizens of this state with top quality, professional services to keep our individuals, families, schools, workplaces and communities emotionally strong and healthy. Please explore our site ~ we hope we can be of service to you! If you have questions pertaining to specific services, index our Directory for information on how to contact the Community Mental Health Center nearest you. Our Mission Statement The mission of the South Dakota Council of Mental Health Centers, Inc. is: To promote and assure the provision of appropriate mental health and behavioral health care to the citizens of South Dakota. To promote the integration of services among the supported organizations throughout South Dakota by providing administrative services, quality assurance, education and coordination
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Extractions: This list includes State Department of Education offices responsible for gifted education and state-wide advocacy groups. For technical assistance, contact the individual listed for your state. State of the States, a book that provides state-by-state statistics and information, is available from Kristy Ehlers, listed under Oklahoma. State advocacy groups offer members a variety of services, including newsletters, conferences, and local resources. For current and detailed information on US State mandates governing gifted education, please visit Tennessee Initiative for Gifted Education Reform (TIGER) , and review their National Survey on the State governance of K-12 Gifted and Talented Education Reform (http://giftedtn.org/tiger/releases.htm). (70+ pages in .pdf format; Adobe Acrobat Reader required.) Alabama
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Extractions: Curriculum Content: The State Board of Education Minutes from March 20-21, 2000 highlight the approval of the state's voluntary standards for students, the South Dakota Health Education Standards (2000). The state does not require schools to follow a specific curriculum framework, nor does it provide a suggested one.
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Extractions: About the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center In 1985, a group of Native Americans living on or near the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota formed the Native American Community Board (NACB) to address pertinent issues of health, education, land and water rights, and economic development of Native American people. In 1986, the Native American Community Board incorporated under the laws of South Dakota as a non-profit tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 organization. The first NACB project developed was "Women and Children in Alcohol," a Fetal Alcohol Syndrome program. This program defined the direction of subsequent health work. In February of 1988, the NACB opened the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center, the first resource center located on a reservation in the US. In October of 1991, after a long legal battle, the Domestic Violence Program of the Resource Center opened a shelter for battered women a few blocks away from the Resource Center. The shelter is a modern, spacious, four-bedroom home and is able to provide women and their children with a safe place to escape domestic violence and sexual assualt. The Resource Center has expanded to include many programs benefitting people locally, nationally, and internationally. Some examples are the Domestic Violence Program, AIDS Prevention Program, Youth Services which include the Child Development Program and the Youth Wellness Program, Adult Learning Program, Environmental Awareness and Action Project, Cancer Prevention, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Program, Clearinghouse of Educational Materials, Food Pantry
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Extractions: Welcome to the Indigenous Women's Reproductive Rights and Pro-Choice Page. The purpose of this page is to provide information concerning Indigenous women's reproductive health and their perspectives on pro-choice issues. Throughout history, Indigenous women have interacted with other Indigenous women through various women's societies. Traditionally, the matters pertaining to women were the business of women. All decisions concerning her reproductive health were left up to a woman as an individual; her decision was respected, and was final. Oftentimes an Indigenous women would turn to other women within her society for advice, mentoring, and assistance concerning reproductive health. With the imposition of colonization and Christianity, foreign values, belief systems, and practices were forced upon our communities. Within those foreign systems, decisions pertaining to reproductive health were made by the Church with little regard to individual rights. Traditionally, reproductive health issues were decisions made by the individual, and were not thrusted into the political arena for any kind of scrutinization. The core of decision-making for Indigenous women is between her and the Great Spirit. Within traditional societies and languages, there is no word that equals abortion. The word itself is very harsh and impersonal. When speaking to traditional elders knowledgeable about reproductive health matters, repeatedly they would refer to a women knowing which herbs and methods to use "to make her period come." This was seen as a woman taking care of herself and doing what was necessary. Oftentimes women would turn to the women within her society that were the keepers of those herbs, medicines, and techniques for assistance.
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Extractions: Information 2000 Total Population: 2000 Number of Children aged 0-4: 2000 Number of Children aged 5-9 years old: 2000 Number of Children aged 10-14 years old: 2000 Total Number of Children under 18: Children under 5 as percent of population: Children under 18 as percent of population: Source: "Demographic Profiles: Census 2000," U.S. Census Bureau. 1999 Poverty Rate (all ages): 1999 Children Under 5 in Poverty: Source: "Table GCT-P14. Income and Poverty in 1999: 2000" and "Table P87. Poverty Status in 1999 by Age- Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined," U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Summary File 3.
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Extractions: The South Dakota Agri-Business Association is an organization of crop input professionals that promotes safe and economical crop production. The Association is South Dakota's united vote for the promotion of environmental stewardship and educational information for the crop input industry. Goals and Objectives