K - College - Parent Links Health Insurance Program In alabama (alabama Dept. Health Links; Nancy Donohue sEducation Links; Early Childhood; The Educator s Toolkit parent resources; http://www.legislature.state.al.us/misc/guide/student_teacher/k_college/parent.h
Extractions: Alabama Prepaid Affordable College Tuition Program A Parents Guide To The Internet Alabama Law On School Attendance - Chapter 28, Code Of Alabama (The Alabama Legislature) Alabama State Board Of Education ... Baby School (Teaching Your Baby To Read) Blocking Internet Access Cyber Patrol Cybersitter NetNanny SurfWatch ... Citizenship Trust and American Village (Excellent comprehensive civic education site) Council For Exceptional Children Dear Parents Dr. Bob's Mental Health Links Nancy Donohue's Education Links ... K - COLLEGE
Extractions: Also see our Alabama Education Resources page. Balmoral Residential Program - Comprehensive resources for professionals and parents working with children with severe behavioral problems. Behavior Disorders - Behavior control system for teachers. Information for teachers and parents on behavior disorders, mental disorders, medications and side-effects, and the special education process. CISC-Central Instructional Support Center - Inclusion tips,information and special education resources. Davis Dyslexia Discussion Board - Discussion forum for parents, teenagers, and adults with dyslexia to share information and support related to school and workplace issues. EBD Special Needs Resource - Ideas and information for teachers, therapists and parents alike. Educational Consultants Directory - National directory of educational consultants specializing in referrals for at-risk youth. ESubjects.com - Curriculum Resource Solutions Inc.
Parents For Public Schools Vision for education (SERVE) serves alabama, Florida, Georgia and offers resourcesfor educators and parents. National Center for education and the Economy http://www.parents4publicschools.com/resources.html
Extractions: Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 1995-2001 Allocation: '95-'01 Authorization: '95-'01 Funds Missed: $444.4 million $1.65 billion $1.2 billion 2001 Allocation: Possible 2002 Increase: Possible 2002 Allocation: $79.4 million $70.5 million $149.9 million SOURCES: Council for Exceptional Children reprint of aggregated actual allocations from U.S. Department of Education and full funding estimates derived by Fiscal Planning Services, Inc. based on information from IDEA Funding Coalition data. FY2002 appropriation under Harkin-Hagel plan estimated by American Association of School Administrators Federal and State Government Links
Extractions: Adult and Community Education Program Adult Education programs provide opportunities for adult learners to improve skills in reading, writing, mathematics and communications. Diagnostic testing identifies individual needs and, as a result, an individualized education plan is designed to help learners reach their educational goals. Delivery methods are tailored to meet the needs of the learners. Methodologies range from one-on-one tutoring to group instruction and normally feature computer-based training. Multimedia approaches are being increasingly utilized to aid in individual development. Interactive group instruction and peer tutoring are frequently employed. Classes are held in a variety of locations to meet learner's needs. These locations range from full-time adult learning centers to junior and technical colleges, schools, churches, and libraries. Over half of all classes are conducted outside public school facilities. Adult education programs are increasingly being offered in cooperation and coordination with local community-based groups, expanding the effectiveness of both segments. Available Programs Alternative Sentencing English as a Second Language Family Literacy Homeless Literacy ... GED Test Centers In many cases, judges are realizing that a requirement to successfully participate in a rehabilitation program which includes adult education may be more effective than a jail sentence for many offenders, and are increasingly using adult education as a sentencing option. In many local programs effective coordination between the criminal justice system and adult education providers has demonstrated that this is a viable alternative.
Extractions: powered by FreeFind Page Last Updated: June 2, 2004 Take this survey to rate the Sevier County Special Education Website. Take this survey to rate your latest contact with the Sevier County Special Education team. Sevier County Special Olympics Golf League , Tuesdays, 6:30 pm at area courses through October. Sevier County SpEd PAC State/County Sites Meeting Announcements Special Education Sites ... SpEd PAC Membership Services in Sevier County and Tennessee Parent Survey to rate the evaluation and education planning process for your child Call to Join the Sevier County Special Education Parent Advisory Committee , a 1-page PDF form to become a member of the SpEd PAC. Here's the same form Special Education Forms , the State's link for Special Education forms (in Spanish or English, also in PDF and MSWord formats) FERPA in Sevier County , guardians' (or 18+ year-old students') rights concerning education records Roles/Responsibilities for Service Delivery Options in Sevier County Neighborhood Schools Continuum of Special Education Services Provided by Every Sevier County Neighborhood School How Will I Know If My Child Is Making Progress?
ALSDE - Special Education Links Coalition for Educational Rights (PACER) parent Advocacy Coalition for EducationalRights (PACER alabama Council of the Blind alabama Council of the http://www.alsde.edu/html/sections/links1.asp?section=65&footer=sections
Alabama Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool Every parent, guardian or other person having control o the program or course outlinedby the department of education. alabama Legal Information Laws explained http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/laws/blAL.htm
Extractions: Homeschooling books and supplies at discount, no sales tax, and now free shipping! A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling I am Ann Zeise , your guide to the best and most interesting and useful sites and articles about home education on the web. Search Home Recent Articles Events Join Email List ... Free Newsletter Site Index: A B C D ... Z Alabama Homeschooling A to Z Home's Cool Alabama Education Code For Homeschooling This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library. Alabama does not recognize homeschooling as a separate legal option. Homeschoolers in Alabama must educate their children according to the provisions set forth in this legislation and therefore, most find "covering" or "umbrella" schools which will oversee their homeschooling programs and answer to the state. Parents with a teaching credentials may qualify as tutors for their own children. Rural or working children may also have an advantage. Compulsory attendance - Between 7 and 16 years of age.
National Family Support Mapping Project is designed to provide education, support and resources ot the parents of sexually OrganizationHope Place Family Resource alabama Cooperative Extension http://www.familysupportamerica.org/content/mapping_dir/map.asp?direction=map&st
Alabama - Education Top Links school systems, schools, administrators, parent organizations and schools locatedin rural communities throughout alabama. a program of education reform and http://www.discover-alabama.com/Education.html
The Alabama Homeschooling Organization in the education of its citizens is secondary to a parent s inherent right to directand ensure that education. alabama Independent Church Schools (AICSA http://www.alabamahomeschooling.org/
Extractions: Alabama Independent Church Schools Inc. The Alabama Homeschooling Organization Services and Resources: Alabama Independent Church Schools, or The Alabama Independent Church School Association, is an association of home educators which has three purposes. 1. To disseminate accurate, and complete information to the Organization Information What is AICSA? What do we do? Why did we pick this name? Church School Information This is the information to help your church start a church school that works with homeschoolers regardless of the size of either your church or school. Included are the Alabama law codes on church schools, the Attorney General's opinion on church schools, frequently asked questions, the state's transfer of credit policy, the IRS defintion of church, as well as a standard church school enrollment form and examples of other paperwork. [Some portions under construction] Calendar of Events Information about events sponsored by The Alabama Homeschooling Organization, and church schools throughout the state.
Educational Resources PTA); US Department of education alabama Department of Best Sites for Children; AParent s Guide to Internet Safety; US Department of education Parents Guide to http://www.mwedconnection.org/resources.html
CTP: Parental Resources parental Involvement in Schools www.uab.edu/educ/parent/htm The University ofAlabama s School of education contends the benefit of parental http://www.calltoparents.org/educ_resour2.html
Extractions: Auburn, Alabama Extension educators and their community collaborators are increasingly being held accountable for results. They need to know how to evaluate their programs and effectively communicate results to stakeholders. This article reports the design and results of a statewide training in parent education evaluation in Montana, using the National Extension Parent Education Model (NEPEM). It provides a useful example of how evaluation training can be conceived, carried out, and evaluated by Extension professionals. The National Extension Parent Education Model (NEPEM) and The Alabama Children's Trust Fund Evaluation Manual In 1992, a team of specialists in the Cooperative Extension System noted that a national parent education model that pulled together critical parenting practices did not exist. In collaboration with family life specialists throughout the nation, the team reached agreement on a model summarizing core categories and the critical parenting practices emerging from them.
Alabama Council for Leaders in alabama Schools. LEAs. parent Training and InformationCenter, Special education Action Committee, Inc. http://www.signetwork.org/SIG2000/Alabama.htm
Extractions: August 1999 ALABAMA Abstract or Conceptual Framework for State Systemic Change Improving the Performance and Success of Alabama's Students with Disabilities The areas that need improvement for students with disabilities in Alabama can be summarized as: To address these critical needs, the state of Alabama is submitting a proposal for a State Improvement Grant to the United States Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). The five year project is a systems change effort at the four following goals: To reduce special education teacher turnover and increase the numbers of fully credentialed teachers. ALABAMA Basic Information
Alabama Site of Curriculum and Instruction 901 South 13th Street education Building, Room 119Birmingham, alabama 352941250 Email NATIONAL SCIENCE resources CENTER. http://www.nsrconline.org/school_district_resources/Alabama_regional_site.html
TEE - The Trust For Early Education State Policy resources alabama THE PRE-K FACTS IN alabama What began in 1996as 8 pilot sites grew into a state-wide pre-kindergarten initiative in 2000. http://www.trustforearlyed.org/resources_state.aspx?id=7&txt=Alabama