Extractions: The purpose of Title I, Part A is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. Title I provides flexible funding that may be used to provide additional instructional staff, professional development, extended-time programs, and other strategies for raising student achievement in high-poverty schools. School wide programs: High-poverty schools (those with 40 percent of more students from low-income families) are eligible to adopt school wide programs to raise the achievement of the low-achieving students by improving instruction throughout the entire school, thus using Title I funds to serve all children.
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Extractions: "This document is one of many that represents the status of Alaska Native schools operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. I think of these as snapshot documents which are important for helping to understand the concerns and directions of policy makers at this crucial juncture in Alaska Native education. The timeline included is one of the better ones in high lighting important events in Alaska Native schooling." - Paul Ongtooguk THE EDUCATION PROGRAM OF THE BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS IN ALASKA All of the education programs conducted by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Alaska are for the purpose of providing enriched opportunities for Native people to achieve academic, vocational, and social skills necessary for equal participation as productive citizens of Alaska. In carrying out the various education programs in 53 villages, two Alaska Boarding schools, and several schools outside of Alaska, the Bureau cooperates closely with the State of Alaska to make sure that prescribed standards of education are met or exceeded. This includes standards of school construction, school plant management, textbooks and teaching aids, curriculum content, teacher qualifications, in-service training, supervision, and other phases of school operation. Representatives of the Bureau of Indian Affairs participate on the Governor's Committee to develop and revise the OVERALL EDUCATION PLAN FOR RURAL ALASKA. The Bureau operates within the framework of this plan.
Extractions: To increase the understanding of rights and responsibilities of consumers, legal professionals, service providers, families and advocates throughout Alaska. The Disability Law Center will: Maintain an information Center in the Anchorage office which will include state wide resource manuals, disability rights information, benefits booklets, and reference materials related to disability law. The center is available to the public. Disseminate current legal rights information throughout Alaska by presenting agency publications to service providers, coalitions, school districts and consumer advocacy groups. The disability Law Center staff will give presentations at conferences held in Alaska for the purpose of educating the public about the Disability Law Center's services as well as legal rights of people with disabilities.
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Extractions: HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies in ALASKA 04/01/04 (Agencies with a dash (-) have not been individually HUD approved, but are affiliates of one of the HUD funded National Intermediaries.) Seniors seeking Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) counseling can contact the AARP Foundation Network of Expert HECM Counselors at: 202-434-6082. CONSUMER CREDIT COUNSELING SERVICE OF ALASKA 208 E 4th Ave Anchorage, AK 99501-2508 Phone: 907-279-6501 Toll-Free: 800-478-6501 TTY/TDD: Fax: 907-276-6083 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.cccsofak.com Type of Counseling: Default/Foreclosure Counseling, Rental Counseling, Prepurchase Counseling, HECM Counseling Affiliate of: -ANCHORAGE NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES, INCORPORATED 480 West Tudor Road Anchorage, AK 99503- Phone: 907-677-8490 Toll-Free: TTY/TDD: Fax: 907-677-8450 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.akanhs.org Type of Counseling: Prepurchase Counseling, Default/Delinquency Counseling, Renters Assistance Counseling, Homebuyer Education, Post Purchase Counseling, Marketing and Outreach Initiatives, Home Improvement and Rehabilitation Counseling, Affiliate of: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT CORPORATION -FAIRBANKS NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING SERVICES, INCORPORATED 534 10th Avenue Fairbanks, AK 99707 Phone: 907-451-7230 Toll-Free: TTY/TDD: Fax: 907-451-7236 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.fnhs.org Type of Counseling: Prepurchase Counseling, Default/Delinquency Counseling, Renters Assistance Counseling, Homebuyer Education, Post Purchase Counseling, Marketing and Outreach Initiatives, Home Improvement and Rehabilitation Counseling, Affiliate of: NEIGHBORHOOD REINVESTMENT CORPORATION
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Extractions: "I want to continue the work I've done, specifically fighting for a fair share of funding for public education, rural economic development and public health and family violence issues.". During her 12-year tenure, Cobb-Hunter says that four accomplishments stand out. (Orangeburg Times and Democrat, SC)
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Extractions: The Council uses planning, capacity building, systems change, and advocacy to create change for people with disabilities. Consistent with our State Plan we work towards systems change in areas including housing, employment, early intervention, special education, lifelong learning, independent living and inclusion in the community. The Council provides a constructive process that connects the public with policymakers, to ensure the thoughtful development of an efficient and seamless service delivery system that meets the needs of individuals with disabilities across the life span. What We Do The Council is composed of 28 members appointed by the Governor. Click here for a current list of Council members . Appointments are made on a revolving basis by an application process The Council serves a variety of federal and state roles, combining the expertise and experience of many stakeholders throughout the state into one unique Council: State Council on Development Disabilities
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