2004 SOUTH DAKOTA FARM BUREAU STATE POLICIES education top of page Farm Bureau urges the south dakota State We oppose the state imposing any wetland regulations more stringent than federal wetland http://sdfb.fb.org/2005 SDFB Policies.htm
Extractions: Farm Bureau requests a study in South Dakota relating the amount of livestock in a county to the economic activity in the county and the number of students in school systems. This study should involve each organized county in the state. We support the rapid expansion of wind energy production in South Dakota. We support the use of a renewable energy standard to be applied to the growth in energy consumption. We favor continued research into the feasibility of alternative energy production in South Dakota and support research to find better methods to transmit and store electricity produced by wind energy. We support the processing of raw materials and commodities grown or produced within the state, especially those products that are intended for consumption within the state. We oppose creation of a value-added ag fund generated from a one-cent sales tax.
South Dakota SD Codified Laws § 127-3 (south dakota Codified Laws). Confidential records. education State Laws, regulations, and Policies URL, citation and summary http://iasep.soe.purdue.edu/protocol/Appendices/appendix_c/SD_statute.htm
Extractions: This appendix contains selected state laws that seem to be applicable to the area of privacy of student records and general data transmission security. The lists are provided for the reader to use as a starting place for research. The lists for each state are not exhaustive, and we do not guarantee that the statutes are current. However, they do give readers an idea of the kinds of statutes that states may have on their books. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont ... Wyoming SOUTH DAKOTA General State Laws, Regulations and Policies: URL, citation and summary http://legis.state.sd.us/statutes/Index.cfm?FuseAction=DisplayStatute
Extractions: John Cooper, Secretary "Discover your own South Dakota 2004-2006" About Game, Fish and Parks What's New Licenses and Reservations Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing ... Wildlife Issues Panel Note from Aug. 18 Meeting (PDF file) Healthy Hunter Website 2005 Hunting Handbook (PDF file) 2005 SD Pheasant Outlook South Dakota Handbook of Boating Laws and Responsibilities 2005 SD Hunting Atlas Big Game Supplements (Unit Maps and Regulations) (pdf files) HuntSAFE Course Information Final National Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) Plan Reserve Campsites in SD State Parks Buy General Hunting and Fishing Licenses ... HuntSAFE Courses (firearms safety) Learn more about critters: Eagle Awareness Bald Eagles in South Dakota's State Parks South Dakota Snakes Mountain Lions ... State of South Dakota Home Page
Extractions: www.sdgfp.info January 3, 2005 Conservation Education A National Priority PIERRE, S.D. Representatives from South Dakotas Department of Game, Fish and Parks joined wildlife conservation leaders from around the country for a recent national Summit on Conservation Education in West Virginia. The summit was planned as a way to gather conservation leaders and educators, primarily from state fish and wildlife agencies, to lay the groundwork for a national strategy for conservation education. The result of the summit was a series of recommendations that were sent to all 50 states. Doug Hansen, director of the Game, Fish and Parks Division of Wildlife, was one of the South Dakota representatives at the summit. "I was pleased with the time and hard work that all the delegates gave to that meeting. My hope is that this summit will provide renewed spirit for understanding the value of conserving our natural resources. Education has long been a priority of mine, and I was very pleased to be a part of this nationwide effort," he said. Hansen noted that conservation education is one of the most important tools that wildlife managers have for opening the minds of citizens to the value and complexity of conservation, as well as the enjoyment that can be realized from fish and wildlife resources.
Extractions: Pierre, SD 57501-3185 Phone: F ax Mission Frequently Asked Questions News Purpose ... Upcoming Events NOTICES IMPORTANT Changes to Appraiser Education South Dakota Sales Tax License may be required State-Registered Appraisers Claiming to be "Licensed" South Dakota State-Licensed Appraisers on HUD Appraiser Qualifications for Placement on FHA Single Family Appraiser Roster More Informational Links Information Continuing Education Renewal Upgrade ... Statutes Other Links
Social Worker Licensing Information Item The law created a south dakota Board of Social Work Examiners. Continuing education may include credit courses from colleges and universities, http://www.state.sd.us/dhs/Boards/socialwork/licensin.htm
Extractions: Licensing When was the licensing law passed? It became effective July 1, l975. Who is the licensing authority? The law created a South Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners. The board consists of five members (two certified social workers, one social worker, one social work associate, and one lay member) who are appointed by the Governor for three year terms. What is the purpose of licensure? Since the profession of social work profoundly affects the lives of the people of this state, licensure seeks to protect the public by setting standards of qualification, education, training, and experience for those who seek to engage in the practice of social work and to promote high standards of professional performance for those engaged in the profession. Who must be licensed? Any person engaged in the practice of social work. No person may represent himself as a social worker by using the title "certified social worker," "social worker," "social worker associate," or any other title that includes such words unless licensed by the Board of Social Work Examiners. Who does not have to be licensed?
State Laws And Regulations - North Dakota State Laws and regulations North dakota Home education Magazine Unschooling.com North dakota education Code For Homeschooling http://www.homeedmag.com/lawregs/northdakota.html
Extractions: State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups North Dakota Education Code For Homeschooling This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only.30 days prior to the start of the public school semester, you must file an annual statement of intent with your local school superintendent. There is a specific statement of intent form to be submitted, available from the local school, the Department of Public Instruction, or the NDHSA. This statement should include your home school parents' and children's names and addresses, each child's birth date and grade level, proof of identity and immunizations, a list of any public school courses for extra curricular activities that you plan on having your children attend, and an oath or affirmation that you will comply with all provisions of the North Dakota law regulating home-based instruction. The form must be notarized before submission.
GO2EC | South Dakota State Profile The NARAL ProChoice south dakota Educational Fund surveyed hospitals to determine Existing statutes and regulations would accommodate pharmacists http://www.go2ec.org/ProfileSouthDakota.htm
Extractions: Home State Profiles There is currently no known activity promoting direct pharmacy access to EC. In 1997, the South Dakota Pharmacy Association leadership helped pass legislation against requiring pharmacy access to EC. Many, if not most, pharmacies do not stock dedicated EC products. Planned Parenthood launched a media and mail campaign [see press release (PDF-448K) and press coverage, 4/18/03 (PDF-70K) 4/10/03 (PDF-508K) 4/9/03 (PDF-476K) ] to raise awareness around EC. They are planning to do an educational mailing to physicians and an education campaign to pharmacists in late 2003. The NARAL Pro-Choice South Dakota Educational Fund surveyed hospitals to determine access to EC in the ER and signatures are currently being gathered to petition the legislature to require EC in the ER. The Educational Fund may also conduct a survey of pharmacies once the hospital survey is published. Please Note: This state has an optimal environment for EC protocols between pharmacists and physicians.
South Dakota Republican Party south dakota Republican Party Names. New Native American Outreach Coordinator Moore has a solid background in education, including 10 years teaching, http://www.southdakotagop.com/frontpage/native_american.htm
Extractions: Thune's Website U.S. Senator Thune's Office Information Aberdeen 320 S. 1st St, Suite 101 Aberdeen, SD 57401 Phone: (605) 225-8823 Fax: (605) 225-8468 Rapid City 1313 W. Main Rapid City, SD 57701 Phone: (605) 348-7551 Fax: (605) 343-7208 Sioux Falls 320 N. Main Ave, Suite B Sioux Falls, SD 57104 Phone: (605) 334-9596 Fax: (605) 334-2591 Washington, DC 383 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Phone: (202) 224-2321 Fax: (202) 228-5429
Extractions: email@example.com Special Education You, Your Child, and Special Education Book Barbara C. Cutler Special Education A Student's Guide to the IEP Book/Tape Marcy McGahee-Kovac Special Education Parents' Complete Special Education Guide Book Special Education Kids with Special Needs Book Special Education SSI Federal Policy Update 9-26-96 Video Institute for Child Health Special Education The Future of Children - Special Ed. for Students with Disabilities Book Packard Foundation Special Education The Child with Special Needs Book Stanley I. Greenspan, MD
Extractions: State Requirements Table of Contents State Is there a requirement of graduation from a nurse anesthetist program? If yes, does the program have to be accredited? Accrediting Body Missouri Yes Yes The appropriate regional accreditation body for higher education certified by the Council on Post Secondary Accreditation to conduct such accreditations. [4 CSR 200-4.100, subsec. (1)(A)] Montana Yes No explicit requirement, but completion of an accredited program is implied since Montana requires nurse anesthetists to be certified. Nebraska Yes Yes The Nebraska Department of Health or the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia and Educational Programs. [Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Act, sec. 71-1730(4)] Nevada Yes Yes A national organization recognized by the Nevada Board of Nursing. [Regulations of the Board of Nursing, NAC 632.515(1)(b)]
Extractions: State Requirements Table of Contents State Is there an explicit new graduate provision? If yes, what is the provision? North Dakota Yes "An applicant for advanced licensure who [meets other licensure and educational qualifications] may be issued a temporary advanced practice registered nurse permit for practice in an advanced practice registered nurse category if the applicant . . . [i]s completing practice requirements for national nursing certification for the advanced practice registered nurse category . . . [h]as applied as a first-time candidate to the next national nursing certification examination for the advanced practice registered nurse category; or . . . [i]s awaiting certification results based upon initial application. Temporary permit will not include prescriptive authority. If the applicant fails the first certification examination for which the applicant is eligible, the applicant may continue to practice if supervised by a licensed provider of an appropriately related specialty or practice and the board is notified. If the applicant fails the second certification examination for which the applicant is eligible, the individual may no longer practice in the advanced practice registered nurse role." [North Dakota Admin. Code sec. 54-05-03.1-05]
Extractions: Regular photocopies are $.25 or $.50 each. Microfilm copies are $1.00 each. First 20 copies are free to students working on History Day projects. Examples of Themes and Representative Collections: Settling the West: People have been traveling the world for thousands of years. Some migrated in search of food, land or treasures. Others came for freedoms. And still others for the chance at a better life. This is a great chance to use primary sources by talking to family members about your heritage. The Archives contains naturalization records for almost all of the counties in South Dakota.
South Dakota Administrative Rules List 2443, education, Accreditation and School Improvement. 2450, TOURISM AND STATE DEVELOPMENT, south dakota Arts Council http://legis.state.sd.us/rules/RulesList.aspx
Extractions: Rule Agency Title GOVERNOR Telecommunications Network ATTORNEY GENERAL Law Enforcement Officers ATTORNEY GENERAL Bureau of Criminal Statistics ATTORNEY GENERAL Petty and Misdemeanor Offenses ATTORNEY GENERAL Division of Criminal Investigation ATTORNEY GENERAL 911 Telecommunicators STATE AUDITOR Old Age and Survivors Insurance STATE AUDITOR Fiscal Examination and Audits SCHOOL AND PUBLIC LANDS Leases SECRETARY OF STATE Board of Finance - State Travel SECRETARY OF STATE State Board of Elections SECRETARY OF STATE Office of the Secretary of State SECRETARY OF STATE Farm Corporations and Syndicates STATE TREASURER State Investment Council STATE TREASURER Public Deposit Protection Commission STATE TREASURER Accountability for State Funds STATE TREASURER Veterinary Student Grants ADMINISTRATION Capitol Grounds Parking ADMINISTRATION Central Services ADMINISTRATION Records Destruction Board ADMINISTRATION Records Management Program ADMINISTRATION Recycling ADMINISTRATION Centennial Logo AGRICULTURE Administration AGRICULTURE State Fair AGRICULTURE State Conservation Commission AGRICULTURE Grade A Milk and Milk Products AGRICULTURE Agriculture Enterprise Programs AGRICULTURE Soybean Research and Promotion Council AGRICULTURE Brand Board AGRICULTURE Frozen Desserts AGRICULTURE Forestry AGRICULTURE Wheat Commission AGRICULTURE Butter Grading and Labeling AGRICULTURE Oilseeds Council AGRICULTURE Dairy Plants and Manufactured Grade Milk AGRICULTURE Corn Utilization Council AGRICULTURE Farm Loan Mediation AGRICULTURE Beginning Farmer Loan Program
Extractions: The South Dakota Board of Appraisers have identified four levels of real property appraisal classification: (click for details) Van Education Center is an approved educational provider in the state of South Dakota for both the 75-hour Appraisal 101 and 15-hour USPAP courses. By taking both of these courses you will satisfy the education requirements for the State-Registered Appraiser and State-License Appraiser classifications. FREE TRIAL PERIOD! Simply enroll and take your time exploring the course.
Extractions: In its general charitable purposes, a community foundation is much like a private foundation; its funds, however, are derived from many donors rather than a single source, as is usually the case with private foundations. Further, community foundations are usually classified under the tax code as public charities and therefore are subject to different rules and regulations than those which govern private foundations. (The site(s) listed below are launched in new browsers.) Milbank Community Foundation Established in 1993, the purpose of the Milbank Community Foundation is to broaden the opportunities for social, cultural, educational and recreational development for all residents of the Milbank area. The foundation is committed to contributing to the community in ways that will enhance the social and economic well-being of everyone. The objective of the foundation is to make the Milbank area a better place for all to live; whether this is by providing recreational activities, educational, historical or the arts. The foundation's Web site to learn more about the various available funds, scholarship listings, and contact information. The Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and works to support the needs of the surrounding region. The foundation is committed to "serving as a resource and catalyst for charitable purposes; building an endowment fund for the future; serving donors with many different interests; and assessing and responding to community needs." The foundation's areas of interest includes the arts and humanities, community affairs and development, education, the environment, health, human services, and religion. The foundation's Web site features grant guidelines, staff/board listing, and contact information.
State Licensure Trends Colorado; Idaho; Michigan; south dakota. 46 states regulate both AUDs and SLPs The level of education required of support personnel varies from state to http://www.asha.org/about/legislation-advocacy/state/state_licensure.htm
Extractions: @import url( /styles/importmenuA.css ); Skip to: content navigation Our site's pages are optimized for Web browsing software that supports current Web standards, as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (http://www.w3c.org/) . Content is accessible from older or less standards-compliant technologies, but its presentation will not be identical to visitors with standards-compliant software. Read more on our site's changes and accessiblity. Find a Professional Shop My Account Guest Login Search for: Advanced Search Home Site Location: Home About ASHA ASHA State-by-State State Requirements For Audiologists to Dispense Hearing Aids ThirtyÂ states permit audiologists to dispense hearing aids under an audiology license. By virtue of amending the hearing aid dealers' licensure law, the audiology licensure law, or both: Alabama AlaskaÂ ArkansasÂ ColoradoÂ Connecticut* FloridaÂ GeorgiaÂ Â Â IdahoÂ MinnesotaÂ MississippiÂ Â Â Â Â Â New Mexico** New York Oklahoma OhioÂ Rhode IslandÂ South Carolina South DakotaÂ Tennessee Texas* Utah Vermont Washington West VirginiaÂ WisconsinÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â *certain conditions apply
Charlene K. Haar - Resume Ms. Haar was born and attended public schools in south dakota. of Arts in Gifted education from Augustana College, Sioux Falls, south dakota in 1987. http://www.educationpolicy.org/resumckh.htm
Extractions: Home Reform Briefs Newsletter Pubs List ... E-mail EPI Charlene K. Haar is an educational consultant specializing in teacher/parent relations and local, state and federal education policy. She is a research associate with the Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio. Ms. Haar was born and attended public schools in South Dakota. She graduated from the University of South Dakota with a Bachelor of Arts in French and later received a Master of Arts in Gifted Education from Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1987. Following graduation, Ms. Haar taught French, English and American Government for 11 years, most recently at Madison High School, Madison, South Dakota. In 1992, after twenty years of local and state political involvement, Ms. Haar was chosen as the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from South Dakota. In that year, at the Republican National Convention in Houston, Texas, she made one of the seconding presentations on national television on behalf of the candidacy of Vice-President Dan Quayle. In the 1980s, Ms. Haar also had extensive first hand experience with the political operations of teacher unions. In addition to being a co-author of