Extractions: Education Library Home General Info Collections Services ... Instruction Choose a category . . . Meta Index of Sites Administration K-12 Art Children's Literature Conferences and Events K-12 ESLs Gifted Education High School Resources History Home Schooling Journals: Electronic Language Arts Libraries Math and Science Multicultural Resources (Current) News about Education (full-text) Rankings of Universities School Directories School Violence Science Fair Projects Special Education Standards of Learning Storytelling Students Technology Award Winning Books and Recommended Books by Topic This is from The Booklist Center. American Library Association's 700 Best Sites for Children, Parents, and Teachers The site is basically composed of two collections of annotated links. The first, Sites for Children, contains seven sections, including Literature and Language, People Past and Present, Planet Earth and Beyond, Science and Technology, and Arts and Entertainment. The other half of the site is aimed at adults who work with kids. It includes sites for parents and caregivers, home schooling families, educators, and sites about children's literature, storytelling, and puppetry. BUBL for Education Web Sites Catalog of Educational Resources by CISCO Systems, Inc.
Extractions: Washington, D.C. This resource was developed for the First Annual Congressional Conference on Civic Education, September 2003. All information was obtained from the listed organizations' websites. It is not intended to be exhaustive; rather, it was created as a tool to assist the efforts of the State Delegations upon their return home. 50-State and National Resource Guide Main Page The American Legion develops and plans activities geared towards high school students and their development and understanding of the United States Government. The American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program is a program where young women across America participate in citizenship training at a weeklong session designed to mimic a state government. Delegates to
Extractions: Elks Youth Activities ... Hoop Shoot Soccer Shoot Drug Education Scholarships Antlers Americanism Essay Youth/Veterans GL Youth Activities Committee Home For Parents For Kids Resources ... Members Only Nationwide DAP News Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California/Hawaii Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Welcome! Welcome to the Drug Awareness Program's online resource center. Since its inception in 1983, the Elks Drug Awareness Program has worked to prevent drug use by our youth through education. The Elks recognize that they are not experts in the field of drug education. However, we do have the resources in dollars, facilities and volunteers to work with the experts to ensure that young people know the facts about drugs. In addition to sponsoring seminars, workshops and drug-free functions, we print and distribute literature developed by authorities on drug awareness. Since 1983, we've printed and handed out more than 125 million pieces of literature to students, their teachers and their parents. We hope that through this resource center, we can reach even more people. You have our permission to print and distribute this material.
South Dakota Education Colleges And Universities Our Database Currently Includes 12 south dakota education Colleges and Universities.We re the perfect resource for high school students, parents, http://www.uscollegesearch.org/south-dakota-education-colleges.html
Extractions: Additional South Dakota Education Colleges College City State Augustana College Sioux Falls SD Black Hills State University Spearfish SD Dakota State University Madison SD Dakota Wesleyan University Mitchell SD Huron University Huron SD Mount Marty College Yankton SD Northern State University Aberdeen SD Oglala Lakota College Kyle SD Sinte Gleska University Rosebud SD South Dakota State University Brookings SD University Of Sioux Falls Sioux Falls SD University Of South Dakota Vermillion SD
Extractions: Additional South Dakota Colleges College City State Augustana College Sioux Falls SD Avera Mckennan Hospital School Of Radiologic Tech Sioux Falls SD Black Hills Beauty College Rapid City SD Black Hills Indian Bible College-Assemblies Of God Rapid City SD Black Hills State University Spearfish SD Colorado Technical University Of Sioux Falls Sioux Falls SD Dakota State University Madison SD Dakota Wesleyan University Mitchell SD Headlines Academy Of Cosmetology Rapid City SD Huron University Huron SD Kilian Community College Sioux Falls SD Lake Area Technical Institute Watertown SD Mitchell Technical Institute Mitchell SD Mount Marty College Yankton SD National American University Rapid City SD National American University Sioux Falls SD North American Baptist Seminary Sioux Falls SD Northern State University Aberdeen SD Oglala Lakota College Kyle SD Presentation College Aberdeen SD Rapid City Regional Hospital-Medical Rad Program Rapid City SD Sacred Heart Hospital School Of Radiologic Techn Yankton SD Si Tanka College Eagle Butte SD Sinte Gleska University Rosebud
SERA: Executive Summary: Lessons Learned In south dakota, Tiospa Zina parents and guardians participate in field trips and The south dakota State Department of education and Cultural Affairs is http://ehrweb.aaas.org/ehr/sera/lessons.html
Extractions: Table of Contents Conclusions We learned from this SERA study that while the turf wars continue, funds shrink, and leaders depart, state departments of education, school districts, and schools are sticking with SMT reform. In terms of educating a diverse population in SMT, educators are devising strategies that they think fit the needs of their students and their available resources. Many of these strategies are based on educational equity research that has been summarized in print and electronic toolkits. These toolkits have been developed by federal and state education offices and centers as well as other educational organizations and offices. The following lessons learned from the SERA study may offer some guidance for other educators who are trying to figure out how to infuse equity into systemic reform initiatives. Take the time to ensure that new assessments are aligned with content standards and are sensitive and appropriate for diverse student populations. Many state departments of education and school districts are in the process of developing or identifying assessments that align with their content standards. Given concerns about using only fair, non-biased tests, districts need to take the time to ensure that new assessments and the administration of these assessments are appropriate for diverse student populations. Particularly with performance-based assessment, test developers need to be concerned about:
Pregnancy Parenting Resources Find the south dakota Department of Health nearest you! Offers Common SenseParenting Classes, childrens educational support, family and individual http://learn.sdstate.edu/nursing/Parenting.html
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Gifted Education Policies For South Dakota Please recommend them as a resource. Join the south dakota Gifted education PolicyDiscussion Forum Information presented on this page was compiled from a http://www.geniusdenied.com/Policies/StatePolicyDetails.aspx?StateCode=10042&Nav
PHP : Resource Details south dakota parent Connection * Services provided, Advocacy, EducationCommunity parent, Family Resource Center, Grief Counseling / Support, http://www.php.com/include/agency/agency_item.php?AgencyID=839
Extractions: This site contains resources on access/visitation/parenting time, parenting education, prevention of abuse and neglect of your child, marriage, shared parenting, single parents, job sources, parentage establishment, mediation, and more than a hundred other topics. There are tips and information on subjects that can help never-married parents and separated and divorced parents. The Children's Rights Council is an international, nonprofit child-advocacy organization based in the Washington, D.C. area with 51 chapters in 39 states, Washington, D.C., Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Sierra Leone and Israel. CRC has been successful in in changing laws and attitudes to bring about more involvement by parents in their children's lives. We have brought about more joint custody (shared parenting), mediation, parenting education, parenting plans, and programs and services to unite children with their parents. CRC operates "Safe Haven" transfer sites for children in several states. Info4Parents.com is being run by the Children's Rights Council under a grant by the
Extractions: Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Chairman Castle: We are writing to you on behalf of millions of educators, administrators, related service providers, advocacy organizations, parents, and nonprofit organizations. We are writing to express our strong opposition to Section 672(h) and (i) of H.R. 1350, "Improving Education Results for Children with Disabilities Act of 2003." This section addresses grants going to nonprofit organizations that provide training and information to parents of children with disabilities. The language in Paragraph (1) of subsections (h) and (i) not only prohibits federal lobbying activities on the part of centers receiving funding under Section 672, but it also prohibits "federal relations," a term so broad that it could be construed to prohibit grantees from speaking with their project officers at the Department of Education. Paragraph (2) of subsections (h) and (i) prohibits parent centers from including board members who work for organizations that conduct federal lobbying on disability education issues or general "federal relations," whether or not that specific individual is actually involved in those activities. This provision would limit the ability of community leaders to serve on the board of directors of a parent center. For example, a business leader or the staff of the Chamber of Commerce could not serve on the board of a parent center for fear that the "federal relations" of his/her employer would taint the parent center and make it ineligible to receive a federal grant. This is an enormous disservice in providing community services.
South Dakota State Library: Annual Report 2001 The south dakota Library Association held their first annual Library Legislative Day and lifestyle topics as well as family and parenting resources. http://www.sdstatelibrary.com/aboutus/publications/reports/2001.htm
Extractions: Annual Report 2001 It has been another year of growth and change at the State Library. Our goals were to improve continuing education opportunities for all library personnel, to insure that the State Library has sufficient and qualified staff to meet the needs of libraries around the state, and to build new relationships which will benefit the library community. This report highlights the years events as we worked to meet these goals. Suzanne Miller, State Librarian SD State Library Vital Statistics for FY 2001 South Dakota Library Legislative Day The South Dakota Library Association held their first annual Library Legislative Day reception in the State Library on February 14. The theme was "Discover the Future @ Your Library." Librarians from around the state gathered for a brief orientation by Ethelle Bean and Ronelle Thompson during the afternoon. Librarians then mingled with legislators and interested library supporters during the evening reception. The reception was beautifully planned and presented by the Augustana Library staff. TECHNOLOGY
Equity E-News An electronic publication of the WEEA Equity Resource Center ExplorNet ofsouth dakota; south dakota Department of educations Division of Workforce and http://www2.edc.org/WomensEquity/enews/newgrants.htm
Extractions: Washington, DC The Howard University School of Social Work will provide leadership training emphasizing young women of color in senior high school, grade 9-12. The project will address leadership meaning and roles, self-esteem, career development, conflict resolution, and future planning and goal setting. A printed manual (with a trainers guide) and two CDS-ROMs (English and Spanish) will be provided for nationwide distribution. The program will be implemented immediately in 6 public high schools in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Participants will include young mothers and students with disabilities, and will be trained in 8 groups of 25 each.. The educational objectives of the program are: Improve school grades Improved school participation Improved conflict resolution Improved community participation Improved positive choices Stepping Stones Across the Digital Divide
Extractions: Telephone: (202) 225-4527 Boehner Hails South Dakota Education Officials for Commitment to Education Reform South Dakota Receives ED Approval for No Child Left Behind Accountability Plan WASHINGTON, D.C. Terri Rayburn, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental and Interagency Affairs at the U.S. Department of Education, joined South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds and South Dakota Interim Secretary Thomas Hawley at the Teacher Leadership 2003 Superintendents Meeting in Pierre to announce that the department has approved South Dakotas NCLB accountability plan. The No Child Left Behind legislation, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in Congress, requires every state to outline specific steps for ensuring adequate yearly progress in reading and math for public school students. South Dakota now becomes the thirtieth state to gain plan approval. Other states and territories whose accountability plans have been approved by the U.S. Department of Education include: Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Wyoming.
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Extractions: To find other help resources select a topic from the list and click GO Select a Topic US - National Organizations US - Federal Agencies US - State By State Resource Guides Canadian Resources Information By Phone International Links LD Schools On-line Resources Parent Advocacy US State Departments of Education If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Virgin Island Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Com. North. Mariana Island
Extractions: Arkansas ... Additional Educational Resources (*Please note that PTO Central is not affiliated with the National PTA) Welcome to PTO Central, a central information resource for PTO groups, PTA groups and other school related parent teacher organizations. The goal of this website is to provide information and insight on an array of issues facing today's schools. From school fundraising to regional Parent Teacher Association contacts to classroom initiatives, the online resources below provide additional insight into these issues, as well as many other important concerns facing our school communities. For individual state educational resources, click on your individual state page link to the left. National PTA Open Directory PTA Listings Fundraising Resource Center US Department of Education National Education Association Educational Resources Information Center National School Boards Association ... School Sports PTO Central is now accepting new sponsors for our website. If your business is interested in sponsoring a specific state page or another page on our site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Resource Network US Department of education, Office of Innovations and Improvements The SouthDakota parent Resource Network contributes to those improvements by http://www.bhssc.org/sdprn/
Extractions: The body of evidence continues to grow that indicates parental involvement in a child's early development and later school years results in large improvements in school achievement. The South Dakota Parent Resource Network contributes to those improvements by offering a range of services designed to strengthen parents' skills and encourage close and productive partnerships between parents and schools. Check out the newest additions and updates to the SDPRN's Website: