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81. Boston University Undergraduate Application For Admission - Instructions
Please note that while the University sets general entrance standards (see Freshman FAFSA forms will also be available in most secondary school guidance

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Fill out the application for undergraduate admission completely. You must apply to a specific School or College within Boston University and indicate a specific area of intended study within that School or College (please refer to the Schools, Colleges, and Programs list of the instructions for options). If you have no one School or subject in mind, we suggest you apply to the College of Arts and Sciences and mark "Undeclared" (CAS 23). The liberal arts curriculum will allow you two years to decide upon a field of study. Transfer applicants may not apply to any undeclared major in any School or College at Boston University.
Please note that while the University sets general entrance standards (see Freshman Applicants, below), admission requirements may vary from School, College, or program based on the competition for seats in the class and the size of the program to which you apply. It is possible that you would not be admitted into your School or College of choice, but would be offered admission to the College of General Studies, the Science and Engineering Program at Metropolitan College, or another program at the University for which you are academically qualified. Students who previously applied for admission to Boston University and were offered admission to the College of General Studies or to the Science and Engineering Program, or who were denied admission to the University, must complete one full academic year of coursework before filing another application for admission to Boston University.

82. Embry-Riddle - Undergraduate Requirements
Contact your high school guidance counselor or principal to find out the location standardized test results are always reviewed in conjunction with your
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GENERAL INFORMATION for U.S. citizens, resident aliens, and international students seeking admission to Embry-Riddle's residential campus in Prescott, Arizona. New students are eligible for admission at the beginning of the fall, spring, and summer terms. Deadlines for Application: Applications are accepted throughout the year, but we recommend that you apply as early as possible before the desired enrollment date. U.S. residents must apply 60 days prior to semester start. International students must apply 90 days prior to semester start. See academic calendar To receive further information or to request a paper application , please contact the admissions office or download the application. You can also pay your application fee online. Your paper application and all required items should be sent to your campus of choice: Prescott, Arizona Campus

83. Agnes Scott College | Academics | Admission
A student considering this should consult her high school guidance office. though greater emphasis is often placed on standardized test scores and
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  • General Information AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE seeks to enroll students of diverse backgrounds, interests and talents whose academic and personal qualities promise success. Qualified women of any race, age, creed, national or ethnic origin are encouraged to apply. The college admits qualified students with disabilities and makes every effort to meet their needs.
    The office of admission, under policies and standards established by the faculty, considers each application and examines evidence of sound academic preparation, ability, motivation, maturity and integrity. Every completed application is thoroughly reviewed.
    Most students are admitted on the basis of their academic and personal records without regard to financial need. The college does consider an applicant’s financial situation in the review of applications from international students and may consider it for students on the margin of admissibility.
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    General Information The Application Undergraduate admission applications are distributed by the office of admission and are available on the Agnes Scott Web site An application must be accompanied by a nonrefundable $35 application fee, which can be charged to a major credit card or submitted by a check or money order to Agnes Scott College. The application fee is waived for applications submitted online.

84. College Board Plan For College
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85. Shenandoah University
Applicants must ask their high school guidance counselor or principal to send (The date of taking standardized tests should not be more than 12 months
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Shenandoah University seeks students with inquiring and creative minds who will profit from a Shenandoah experience in an atmosphere of freedom with responsibility. Students are selected by the Office of Admissions on the basis of their ability, interests, and academic preparation as indicated by their application, school records, and test results. Since applicants are considered on their own merit, Shenandoah University invites them to supply all evidence to indicate their competence and eagerness to deal with a demanding and exciting Shenandoah program of study. Admission to Shenandoah University is competitive. The number of new students admitted each year is limited by the available residence hall and classroom space, instructional personnel, and budgetary resources. The Director of Admissions is authorized to accept applicants who meet the published admission requirements after examining their admissions file in accordance with policies approved by the institution. Shenandoah University admits those applicants who seem to be best qualified to benefit from the educational opportunities offered by the institution.
Entrance Requirements
A candidate for regular admission as a full-time freshman must have completed at least 15 units of college entrance credit, have a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate acquired through General Educational Development (GED) examination (see "Applicants without a high school diploma" below), and have satisfactory scores on either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Testing Program examination (ACT). Applicants should take one of these tests in the spring of their junior year and again at the earliest possible date during the fall of their senior year of high school.

86. Teacher Assistants
Under the guidance of a teacher or therapist, teacher assistants perform be needed to help teachers prepare students for standardized testing and to
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  • About 4 in 10 teacher assistants work part time.
  • Educational requirements range from a high school diploma to some college training.
  • Workers with experience in special education, or who can speak a foreign language, will be especially in demand.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Teacher assistants provide instructional and clerical support for classroom teachers, allowing teachers more time for lesson planning and teaching. Teacher assistants tutor and assist children in learning class material using the teacher’s lesson plans, providing students with individualized attention. Teacher assistants also supervise students in the cafeteria, schoolyard, and hallways, or on field trips. They record grades, set up equipment, and help prepare materials for instruction. Teacher assistants also are called teacher aides or instructional aides. Some assistants refer to themselves as paraeducators or paraprofessionals. In addition to instructing, assisting, and supervising students, teacher assistants grade tests and papers, check homework, keep health and attendance records, do typing and filing, and duplicate materials. They also stock supplies, operate audiovisual equipment, and keep classroom equipment in order.

87. MotherJones SO93: The Book Of No Job
So you turn to the school s guidance counselor for advice. It doesn t matter how well you do on standardized tests, how good your grades are,
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Advertisements You are an average student attending high school in Middletown, U.S.A. You haven't a clue what to do with your life, but you don't want to keep working at the local record store earning minimum wage. So you turn to the school's guidance counselor for advice. Should you take biology next semester, you ask? Should you move on to French III? What about calculus? Just what will it take, anyway, to succeed later in life? The counselor gives you a weary glance. "All day I've been telling kids like you to study hard, take a full load of 'solid' subjects, and master skills like math and science that will be 'critical' in the twenty-first century. But I'm too tired to lie any longer." He points to a stack of journal articles. "Practically every one of those studies tells the same story. It doesn't matter how well you do on standardized tests, how good your grades are, or how many academic subjects you take if you don't plan to go to college. Your future standard of living will depend mostly on luck, family circumstances, and how many years you go to school. So if you enjoy biology or calculus, great, but otherwise don't sweat it."

88. Frontline: Testing Our Schools: Parents' Guide | PBS
Indeed, in the last 10 years, standards and testing have dominated many discussions on Use the guide to help you understand more about school testing,
var loc = "../../../"; Glossary Achievement Test: A standardized test (usually multiple choice) that measures content-area knowledge (e.g., science, math, English, and social studies) and academic skills. Aptitude Test: A standardized, multiple-choice test that measures students' verbal and math reasoning abilities and is used by college admissions departments to predict how well a student will perform in college. Bell Curve: A graph representing test scores that shows the majority of students grouped in the middle, with an equal number both below and above the average. Criterion-Referencing: A scoring technique that shows a student's results in comparison to a benchmark or set standard of acceptable performance. High-Stakes Test: A standardized test in which the results are used to determine important issues such as grade promotion, graduation, school accreditation, or teacher performance. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): The only continuing, nationally representative assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Norm-Referencing: A scoring technique that shows a student's results in comparison to a "norm" group of students. The norm group typically answers one half of all questions correctly.

89. Certification Main Page
Preparing educators for Illinois schools? Find educator standards, new criteria for highly Working as a guidance counselor, school social worker, school
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Form 77-33 - Request for Approval for Temporary Substitute Permit - Displaced Persons Important Information about Regional Offices of Education Regional Superintendents are locally elected officials that provide services through Regional Offices of Education , which are grouped by county or counties. Among many duties, the Regional Superintendents issue and register certificates and make recommendations for Standard/Master certificate renewal and for issuance for those moving from Initial to Standard certification. City of Chicago: Applications for state certificates and endorsements and certificate registrations are processed through the Division of Teacher Certification located at the James R. Thompson Center, 100 West Randolph Street, Suite 14-300 Chicago, IL 60601. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To avoid a trip to the office and any unnecessary waiting during peak periods, you may want to register or apply for your certificate on-line using the

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I. FINDING AN EDUCATION JOB IN IDAHO Each Idaho school district advertises its own vacancies and maintains its own employment procedures. District vacancies are often listed with college or university placement centers or with the Idaho Department of Employment. Questions about openings and salaries should be addressed to school districts. IDAHO TEACHER PLACEMENT CENTERS II. BECOMING CERTIFIED IN IDAHO All applicants for Idaho professional education credentials must:
  • be at least eighteen years old;
  • have completed specific minimum requirements of college training, depending on the credential to be held; and
  • meet standards in effect at the time of application. RECENT CREDIT REQUIREMENT (NON-EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT) An initial Idaho credential can be held only if applicants have completed six semester credit hours (or nine quarter hours) in the last five calendar years. Official transcripts verifying the credit must be provided with the application. Coursework may be in any area and at any level except remedial courses. INTERSTATE CERTIFICATION COMPACT If applicants have completed a teacher training program in the following states within the last five calendar years or have taught three of the last seven years in one of these states, provisions of the Interstate Certification Compact (ICC) may apply. The ICC covers only elementary and secondary classroom teachers. The Idaho requirement of recent credit must have been completed for the ICC terms to be in effect in Idaho. Idaho educators may expect reciprocity in any of the states listed below, provided any non-educational requirements of the other state(s) have been met. The ICC states are: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
  • 91. Rocky Hill High School Guidance
    The guidance Department conducts the Advanced Placement tests in May. Check with the college as to appropriate test grade standards at their institution
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    Guidance Department Guidance Home Counselor Letter Graduation Req. Resource Link ... Program of Study Standardized Testing Information CAPT TESTS
    Sophomores are required to take the Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT). Juniors and seniors who have not passed all four parts (Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Interdisciplinary) previously, are encouraged to re-take the parts they have not passed. See your guidance counselor for details.

    The Guidance Department conducts the Advanced Placement tests in May. The score on the test allows a student to earn college credits. Over 90% of the colleges grant college credit based on the AP test results. Check with the college as to appropriate test grade standards at their institution.

    92. Academic Advisement At New Hampshire Technical Institute -- Concord, New Hampshi
    Academic Amnesty Transfer into NHTI Collaborative High school Programs the scores of one of the standardized national college admission tests (SAT
    Directory Search NHTI ... Home Navigate The NHTI Site Here... NHTI Home Search NHTI WELCOME TO NHTI - President's Message - Accreditation - Administration/Governance Affiliations and Memberships Captial Campaign/Development - Advisory Board - CIHE Accreditation - Email/Telephone Directory - NHTI Directions and Map - Mission Statement - NHTI at a Glance - NHTI History - Site Map - Statement of Nondiscrimination PROGRAMS OF STUDY ACADEMIC INFORMATION - Academic Calendar - Academic Requirements Academic Advising - Adjunct Faculty Handbook - Bursar's Office - Blackboard - Campus Bookstore - CISCO Academy - Collaborative High School Programs Computer Services - Computer Discounts for Enrolled NHTI Students - Computer Services Frequently Asked Questions - Course Descriptions - Cross-Cultural/ESL Education at NHTI - Distance Learning - Project Lead The Way - Transcript Requests ADMISSIONS - Admission Requirements - Apply On-Line! - Bursar's Office - Catalog Request - Certificate Program Information - Download an Application for Admission - NHTI at a Glance - Payment and Refund Policies - Tuition and Fees ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CAMPUS LIFE - Alumni - Athletics - Campus Activities Calendar - Campus Bookstore - Clubs/Organizations - Community Service Computer Services - Computer Discounts for Enrolled NHTI Students - Computer Services Frequently Asked Questions - Counseling - Dining Facility - Health Services - Job Placement - Residence Halls - Campus Safety - Student Handbook - Student Handbook CAMPUS/COMMUNITY NEWS - Campus Activities Calendar

    93. UWT Prospective Students - Freshman Admission
    I am graduating from high school this year and wish to attend UW Tacoma in the Arranging to have scores sent directly from the testing agency will speed
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    Frequently Asked Questions about Freshman Admission
    Will the University of Washington, Tacoma be admitting freshmen? Yes, freshmen will be admitted to the UW Tacoma campus for enrollment beginning in Autumn Quarter 2006 (October 2006). I am graduating from high school this year and wish to attend UW Tacoma in the Autumn 2005 Quarter. Can I apply for admission for that term? No. Enrollment of freshmen won't begin until Autumn Quarter 2006. We recommend that students graduating from high school this year who wish to attend UW Tacoma take a pathway through one of the Washington state community colleges ; then, at the appropriate time and in consultation with an academic adviser, apply to UW Tacoma as a transfer student.

    94. Virginia College Quest - Getting General Educators And Guidance Counselors Invol
    Getting general Educators and guidance Counselors Involved in Secondary IEP s Districtwide and Standards of Learning test scores. Course descriptions.
    Getting General Educators and Guidance Counselors
    Involved in Secondary IEP's
    by Lisa Holland Although the laws governing special education and the development of Individualized Education Plans support collaborate/team approaches, often special educators are writing IEP's with little input from others. The collaborative approach to writing IEP's should involve gathering information from a variety of sources thus allowing all interested parties to have a voice in the development of the student's program, not just having people in attendance at meetings. Unfortunately at the secondary level, we often have regular education teachers and guidance counselors who are silent in IEP meetings because they aren't aware of information that they should be sharing. Within inclusive and integrated schools, students often have seven or more teachers each year. Teachers possess a wealth of information concerning a student's achievement that is not always contained in standardized test information. This knowledge is crucial in formulating an accurate present level of performance that reflects the student's progress in relationship to the general curriculum, in writing appropriate long and short-term goals for students, and in planning for transitional services. Input from each is important in the development of a comprehensive IEP.

    95. The Standards Site: Preparing For The Key Stage 2 National Tests: 2005
    Target Setting, Thinking Skills, Training Schools. Search the Standards Site. Schoolsweb Q8 Is there any guidance on testing more able children?
    Standards Site areas: Pick an area Academies Advanced Skills Teachers Beacon Schools Ethnic Minorities Excellence in Cities Federations Forums Freedoms and Flexibilities Gender and Achievement Gifted and Talented Homework Innovation Unit Key Stage 3 Leading Edge Learning Mentors Literacy Local Authorities NTRP Numeracy Parental Involvement Personalised Learning Primary Strategy Pupil Achievement Tracker Research Rose Review Schemes of Work School Diversity School Improvement SIE Specialist Schools Study Support Target Setting Thinking Skills Training Schools Search the Standards Site: Your path: Standards Site Home Primary National Strategy FAQs Primary Preparing for the key stage 2 national tests: 2005
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    96. CAPE | NCLB-BRS
    Schools using state standardized tests will have to find out from their general. What is the maximum number of schools that CAPE can nominate to the
    2004-05 NCLB-Blue Ribbon Schools Named news
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    To Apply for the 2005-06 Program:
    1. Download CAPE's Procedures for Private Schools 2. Download the NCLB-BRS Application in Word or PDF format. 3. Download the cutoff scores in Word or PDF format to see if your school qualifies. 4. Complete the online registration form by December 1, 2005. 5. Complete and submit the application and the assessment verification documents to CAPE for receipt by December 20, 2005. CAPE's mailing address is: Council for American Private Education
    13017 Wisteria Drive, #457
    Germantown, MD 20874
    Program Overview
    To reward successful schools, the U.S. Department of Education established the No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon Schools Program to honor those elementary and secondary schools in the United States that make significant progress in closing the achievement gap or whose students achieve at very high levels. The program recognizes and presents as models both public and private elementary and secondary schools that meet either of two assessment criteria. First, it recognizes schools that have at least 40 percent of their students from disadvantaged backgrounds and have dramatically improved student performance to high levels in reading (language arts or English) and mathematics on state assessments or assessments referenced against national norms in at least the highest grade tested. Second, it recognizes schools, regardless of their demographics, that are in the top 10 percent of schools as measured by state tests in both reading (language arts or English) and mathematics or that score in the top 10 percent on assessments referenced against national norms at a particular grade in at least the highest grade tested.

    97. George School | College Guidance
    The school maintains high academic standards in an atmosphere The mission of the George school College guidance Office is to help each student consider

    98. MyCollegeGuide • Admissions Guru
    Once you identify other schools, don’t hesitate to call their guidance office and These tests are administered by The College Board, are standardized,

    99. Test Info
    SOLs Virginia Standards of Learning Tests general Info Research schools of interest to determine whether SAT IIs are recommended.
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    2005AP Schedule Here Here Here NOTE: SAT registration deadline for October 9 test is CLOSE!!
    Regular Deadline - September 7 Late deadline September 15 General Information
    For schedules, registration, preparation help and general information on the following standardized tests, click on the indicated link below. Please note that if you are planning to register online, as the deadline approaches the response time can be lengthy or even prohibitive. While 'walk-ins' are possible on test day if the site is not full, popular test days are increasingly filling up.
    • SAT I and SAT II (offered at HHS every scheduled session)
    • ACT - American College Test (also offered at HHS every available session)
    • Advanced Placement Exams - APs General Info
    • ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Apptitude Battery test
    • TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language**
    • SOLs - Virginia Standards of Learning Tests General Info
    The SAT I is an apptitude and reasoning test that is used by most colleges for admission purposes and is usually taken more than once. The SAT II are tests given in subject areas (Math, English, History, etc) and are used by many, but not all schools. Research schools of interest to determine whether SAT IIs are recommended. The SAT I is usually taken more than once. Up to three SAT II tests may be taken at one time.

    100. Virginia Department Of Education
    Student Achievement and Academic Standards. Virginia school Report Card. Academic Standards, Resources for Educators, and Released Tests
    Select from these topics: Accreditation Standards Board Meetings DOE Telecasts Educational Directory Governor's Schools Job Opportunities Legislative Tracking Report No Child Left Behind Press Releases Principals' Memos School Divisions School Nutrition Programs School Report Card Standards of Learning SOL Released Test Items SOL Technology Initiative SOL Testing SOL Test Results Special Education Standards of Quality State Procurement Contracts Superintendent's Memos VSDB Consolidation Task Force Public Meetings
    Calendar of public meetings includes monthly Board of Education meetings and various subject matter committee meetings. Project Graduation
    Virginia Diploma Requirements and Opportunities for Remedial Instruction Senior Year Plus
    Includes Early College Scholars and Path to Industry Certification Virginia's Virtual Advanced Placement (AP) School
    Online Enrollment Now Open for 2005-2006 Race to GED

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    Honorary Diplomas for Veterans of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War Virginia School Report Card
    Information on student achievement and more for the state as a whole and for individual schools and school divisions Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL)
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