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National Home Education Network - NHEN provides information on State Homeschool Laws and regulations. Homeschool Laws for south Carolina Homeschool Laws for south dakota http://www.nhen.org/leginfo/state_list.asp
Extractions: Legal and Legislative Information Network NHEN provides information on State Homeschool Laws and Regulations . Homeschool laws are unique to each state. The best source of information will probably come from experienced homeschoolers in your state, but don't just do something because others, including school officials, tell you that it is "required." Experience shows us that often school officials seek to require more than is legally necessary or permissible. When seeking information about your state, keep in mind NHEN's suggested
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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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Bilingual Education State Laws Contact Pat Stuart, south dakota Department of education and Cultural Requirements south dakota has no state laws or regulations for programs for LEP http://www.ceousa.org/READ/50state.html
Extractions: Ms. Morgan is also an Ashbrook scholar at Ashland University. Introduction Schools around the United States are now faced with education a growing number of children who lack basic English skills. According to the National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education , there are 2,437,723 Limited English Proficiency students in the U.S.1 Only a few years ago, many schools had never dealt with a language minority child. Today, an increasing number do. The challenge of providing a quality education to all students is doubled when schools must also teach a child an entire new language as well as academic courses. Over the last 30 years, elected officials, education agencies, and the courts have established guidelines for the education of these students. Federal requirements allow states a wide deal of latitude in selecting the most effective programs for their limited-English-proficient (LEP) students. Many states have enacted their own laws governing the management and style of programs for LEPs. These laws have been developed in cooperation with, or under coercion from, federal agencies and/or activist organizations. The result has been a patchwork of laws and regulations that can vary greatly from state to state.
Extractions: If yes, please list the citation or web site where the materials can be accessed. State Director of Special Education State Director/Representative of Physical Education Number of school aged children with disabilities Number of state certified Physical Educators: Number of state certified Adapted Physical Educators: APENS State Coordinator Information Total nationally certified CAPEs within state State/Regional Parent Advocacy Information State Special Education Resources (e.g., CEC, TASH) State Assistive Technology Information: State Early Childhood Special Education information: State Disability Sport Organizations/contacts:
Extractions: Pesticide Applicator Training Extension Plant Science College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences South Dakota State University Welcome to the Extension Pesticide Education/Applicator Training web site! Use the menu below to access specific pages! Restricted Use Pesticide Recordkeeping Information Pesticide Pesticide Container Recycling Collection Dates Pesticide Safety and Proper Use Information Commercial Applicator Recertification Training Dates Private Applicator Training Dates - By County South Dakota Pesticide Laws and Regulations (SD Dept of Ag) Pesticide Education Coordinator Waste/Unusable Pesticides Information
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Extractions: South Dakota A.G. Barnett's "Unofficial Opinion" Webmaster Note: South Dakota's Attorney General Mark Barnett recently issued an unofficial opinion about the use of vans with a capacity of 12-15 passenger, in school service in South Dakota. The opinionappearing in its entirety belowwas written in response to a letter from Karon Schaack, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Education and Cultural Affairs. In South Dakota, an "unofficial opinion" is issued by the Office of the Attorney General but not published in any official state legal document. June 2, 1998 Karon Schaack, Secretary Dear Secretary Schaack: Your recent letter indicates that the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs has received many inquiries regarding the use of vans with a capacity of 12-15 passengers for the purpose of transporting public school students to various school activities. The vans in question are ordinary passenger vans, without any special construction, equipment, lights, or coloration. Based upon the foregoing, I have concluded that the appropriate question to be asked with regard to the issue you raise is:
Extractions: Passing a boating safety course will give you a discount on boat insurance and will increase your water safety skills. Boat safety courses are an excellent investment of time and money, regardless of your state's boating law. Each state has unique boating education requirements, and the boating rules, laws and regulations vary from state to state for obtaining a boat license or safety certification. Be sure to review the full legal requirements for your particular state. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Virgin Islands Alabama Yes , state has mandatory boating education law requiring that some operators of boats and/or personal watercraft obtain a boating license. See the state's website for specific boat license and boat safety course requirements. Also, read Alabama: The Legal Requirements of Boating in PDF format. Alaska
Drivers Education: South Dakota south dakota Drivers education Course This course is not a substitute for learning the specific driving rules and regulations in your state. http://driversed.com/courses/drivers-ed/South-Dakota-Drivers-Education.aspx
Extractions: Driver's Ed Course DMV Practice Tests (Permit Test Preparation) Behind the Wheel Guide Traffic School Course South Dakota Drivers Education Course In the state of South Dakota, to apply for an Instruction Permit, you must be at least 14 years of age. When applying for your first South Dakota Instruction Permit, you will be required to pass a written test given by South Dakota DPS. Although driver education is not required to get your Instruction Permit in South Dakota, you can take the DriversEd.com course to increase your driving knowledge and to prepare for the DPS written exam. DriversEd.com can help you pass the written test for your Instruction Permit and become a better driver. Enroll now and as a special bonus get free DPS Practice Tests! Receive a Certificate of Completion that may get you an insurance discount. Briefly about our course: Our Drivers Education course prepares you for challenges of the road: Ready to Drive? Take our online course and learn necessary driving skills. Pass the Written Exam: We prepare our students for the Written Test by offering complimentary Practice Tests Prepare for the Driving Test: Know what you will be tested on: watch the "
Extractions: In an effort to facilitate the movement from one state to another, the UK Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology will attempt to collect information for psychologists on licensure, administrative regulations, state boards , and state associations for the States, Territories, and Canadian Provinces. We recognize that legislative bodies are continually revising their psychology laws and regulations. This page is intended to help you gather planning information on states of your choice! Good luck in your search!! Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C. Florida Georgia 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 Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming American Samoa Guam Puerto Rico Virgin Islands Alberta
Youth Hunter Education Challenge International Youth Hunter education Challenge 2005 Official Rules and regulations (MS Word) south dakota, Gary Stadlman (605) 2274286 (daytime) http://www.nrahq.org/hunting/youthed.asp
Extractions: Effective May 5 - Muzzleloading Event Rule Revision (V - Event Rules and Regulations - Muzzleloading - 6. Muzzleloaders and Equipment - Prohibited Section - f.). (SPECIAL NOTE: This regulation is still under review and may be subject to further revision prior to 2005 International event.) Conducting 2005 Regional/State/Provincial Level YHEC Events Recognized as the most comprehensive youth hunting program anywhere in North America, the youth Hunter Education Challenge (YHEC) is NRA's "graduate studies" program in outdoor skills and safety training for young hunters. Open only to those who have completed hunter-safety training at the state-or provincial-level, the program is conducted under simulated hunting conditions to provide the best practical environment for reinforcing and testing a young hunter's skills. From rifle, bow and muzzleloader shooting at life-sized targets, to wildlife identification, to map-and-compass orienteering and more, YHEC participants get hands-on training in eight skills areas, giving them expertise in all methods of take and all types of game. State- and provincial-level YHEC programs, hosted by volunteer instructors, draw an estimated 50,000 youths each year. Top ranked individuals advance to the annual NRA International Youth Hunter Education Challenge, the pinnacle of the program. Since its inception in 1985, YHEC has reached more than a million young sportsmen and women.
Extractions: Attorneys for Education Law in Codington County, South Dakota Education Law Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms help students and their families obtain the benefits of Federal, State, and Local laws providing special education and services, equal access and non-disciminatory treatment for education and school and athletic activities. Education Law Attorneys work with parents, students, School Boards and other government, administrative and regulatory agencies, departments and bureaus to comply with the law and regulations, and to advance children`s interests.
Extractions: Attorneys for Education Law in Pennington County, South Dakota Education Law Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms help students and their families obtain the benefits of Federal, State, and Local laws providing special education and services, equal access and non-disciminatory treatment for education and school and athletic activities. Education Law Attorneys work with parents, students, School Boards and other government, administrative and regulatory agencies, departments and bureaus to comply with the law and regulations, and to advance children`s interests.
Extractions: The thrust of S.D.'s motion to strike is that the preliminary departmental decision fails to prove a prima facie case regarding one of the three asserted grounds for the recovery of the $150,000, namely that this amount was, in fact, used to pay interest on the State's construction bond. ED filed an opposition asserting that the preliminary departmental decision need only state, in effect, a cause of action rather than prove a prima facie case. Since the preliminary departmental decision adequately asserted facts sufficient to provide S.D. with notice of the ground for disallowance, S.D.'s motion to strike, according to ED, should be denied. For the reasons stated below, S.D.'s motion is granted in part, the Order of May 6, 1991 is vacated, and the preliminary departmental decision is hereby returned to ED. Sections 1234 and 1234a provide the statutory authority governing the recovery of funds from a recipient of a grant or cooperative agreement. Whenever the Secretary determines that a recipient of a grant must return funds because the recipient has made an expenditure that is not allowable or has failed to properly account for the funds, the Secretary shall give the recipient written notice in the form of a preliminary departmental decision and must notify the recipient of its right to have that decision reviewed by the Office of Administrative Law Judges. Section 1234a(a)(1).