About The California Parent Center arkansas PIRC Center for Effective Parenting (501) 364-4605. California. CaliforniaPARENT Center (Parental Assistance, resources,education, Networking, and http://parent.sdsu.edu/pirc_aboutcpc.htm
Extractions: Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) in California There are now six Parental Information Resource Centers funded by the US Department of Education in California: Information about these Resource Centers is provided immediately below. For those wishing to contact other PIRCs across the country, this list is followed by a more comprehensive listing of such centers in the other states." The California PARENT Center at the June Burnett Institute
Educational Resources of education; Arizona Department of education; arkansas Department of Sites for Children;A parent s Guide to Safety; US Department of education parents Guide to http://www.mwedconnection.org/resources.html
Counseling, Adult And Rehabilitation Education the project works with State Departments of education, the arkansas School for the andwith related consumer, community and parent resources in identifying http://www.ualr.edu/coedept/care/grant.htm
Extractions: Federal Grants Program Information Prospective Students Student Resources Federal Grants ... Related Links The UALR Interpreter Education Program presently operates two federal grants to increase the supply of qualified interpreters in Arkansas and around the region. Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) RSA Region VI Interpreter Education Project (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX) CFDA 84.160A OVERVIEW The Interpreter Education Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) is funded to operate the RSA Region VI (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX) Interpreter Education Project for the five year cycle which began October 1, 2000 and continues through September 30, 2005. One of ten regional programs funded for this current five year cycle, RSA Region VI consists of a 17 member consortium network of pre- and inservice training to: 1) train sign language, tactile, and oral and cued speech interpreters, 2) provide training workshops for interpreters to maintain their skills; and 3) provide training workshops for interpreters to raise their level of competence. Programming and training curricula for fiscal years 2000-2005 is addressing interpreter preparation at a variety of degree and certification levels through specific pre- and inservice training opportunities. Additionally, the Project aims to integrate curricula developed by the two national RSA projects on interpreting for culturally diverse populations and interpreting for individuals who are deaf-blind.
Parent & Teacher Guide: Reading Resources Boys Puberty An Illustrated Manual for Parents and Sons. Health education Universityof Central arkansas UCA Box for the Advancement of Health education Becky J http://www.midol.com/ParentTeacherGuide/ReadingResource/index.asp
Extractions: Encyclopedia Atlas/Almanac Kids' Web Sites Classic Books Home Games Arcade Games Strategy Games ... Parents' Section Helping Parents Get Involved Help families get involved in their children's learning. The following organizations target areas with high concentrations of low-income, minority, and limited-English-proficient parents. These groups promise to help parents improve their children's educational opportunities. PhatNav does not endorse any of these organizations.
Arkansas State HIV/AIDS Resources arkansas Statewide resources. Agency, arkansas Children s Hospital AIDS Program. families,including individual and group therapy and parent education classes and http://www.projinf.org/org/Regionrsrc/AR.html
Extractions: Care and Treatment resource guide The list below includes community based organizations, medical services, government and other organizations that provide a range of services including access information and referrals to local services in your area. We hope you find this information helpful. Note: To report any problems with links or contact information, or to let us know of appropriate services you would like to recommend being listed, please email us at email@example.com Agency Arkansas State AIDS Hotline Phone
Parent Centers arkansas arkansas Disability Coalition (www.adcpti www.advocatesforchildren.org)resources for Children Pennsylvania parent education Network (www.parentednet http://www.allourchildrenwa.org/centers.htm
Extractions: Arkansas ... Additional Educational Resources Welcome to the Arkansas educational resource page. The goal of this page is to provide a central informational source for parents, educators and school officials on an array of issues facing Arkansas schools. From school fundraising to regional Parent Teacher Association contacts to classroom initiatives, the online resources below provide additional insight into these issues, as well as many other important concerns facing Arkansas schools, PTA and PTO groups, and other parent organizations. Arkansas PTA Arkansas Department of Education Arkansas Fundraising Tax Laws Arkansas Education Association ... Additional Arkansas Educational Resources School-Fundraisers.com
Arkansas Department Of Education Technology resources and Planning. arkansas Educational Technology Plan. arkansasEducational Technology Plan 2000. http://arkedu.state.ar.us/directory/info_technology_p2.html
Extractions: Arkansas Educational Technology Plan 2000 The Arkansas Educational Technology Plan was revised in 2000. The revised plan represents an updated and more detailed plan that is necessary for providing specific help to all levels of the state educational system. The primary focus of the plan is to enhance instruction for higher student achievement through technology and provide a framework to allow this to occur. The original plan was approved and adopted in October 1997. It was developed by the Governor's Task Force on Educational Technology Planning Committee, which represented members from a wide range of state agencies, local districts, and legislative panels. It served the purpose of identifying the broad needs of education technology in Arkansas.
Parent Resource Guide Camp Joseph T. Robinson, North Little Rock, arkansas 721999600 PARENTS AS TEACHERS;St 4330; Visits homes to promote parental involvement with kids education. http://www.gangwar.com/parent1.htm
Extractions: ATTENTION PARENTS: The following identifiers are for your use as a guidline only. Exercise caution in assuming that your child is involved in gang activity if one or more of the sighns are present. If one or more signs are present, communications with the child are crucial in determing the level, if any, of the child's involvement. WARNING SIGNS You should be concerned if your child: (1) admits to gang involvement; (2) is obsessed with one particular color of clothing or shows a desire for a particular logo over and over; (3) wears sagging pants (this in and of itself is not indicative of gang activity); (4) wears excessive jewelry with distinctive designs and may wear it only on either the right or left side of the body; (5) is obsessed with gangster-influenced music, videos and movies to the point of imitation; (6) withdraws from family with an accompanying change in demeanor;
Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) Top Center for Effective parenting (arkansas) Suite 113 Assistance Program (California)Ahmium education, Inc. net Colorado Top Colorado parent Information and http://bcol02.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list.cfm?category_cd=PRC
Extractions: Arkansas Education Organizations Arkansas Association for Developmental Education - ArkADE is a professional organization of 2-year and 4-year college and university personnel who are involved in developmental education or student support services. Arkansas Conference of American Association of University Professors - Organization dedicated to preserving academic freedom, defending tenure and advocating collegiate governance. Issues, membership details, and contact information provided Arkansas Education Association - Features organization promoting the cause of public education and the education profession in Arkansas and committed to quality public education in Arkansas. Arkansas Leadership Academy - An innovative academy preparing educational leaders who develop high performing learning communities throughout Arkansas. Arkansas Parent Teachers Association - Profiles the PTA in Arkansas and offers resources to assist in parent involvement programs, training opportunities, and ways to improve parent/teacher relationships. Arkansas School Boards Association - Information and resources from organization dedicated to assisting Arkansas School Boards improve student achievement.
ASLA - Arkansas Student Loan Authority arkansas Department of Workforce education The arkansas Technical Careers StudentLoan forgiveness program was arkansas Single parent Scholarship Fund http://www.asla.state.ar.us/other/
Extractions: Pros and Cons of Educational Options In Arkansas, the compulsory attendance law requires children ages 5-17 to be in school. Parents have three options in providing for the education of their children: public school, private school and home school. A decision of this magnitude involving the education of your child deserves careful study and calm reflection. All three options have advantages and disadvantages to be weighed carefully. Public education offers the following advantages: It is already paid for by taxes which are mandatory whether a child is educated in the public schools or not. Public education offers a well-accepted path to a recognized high school diploma, and offers assistance in continuing education in college with some scholarship opportunities not available outside public education. Public education institutions have good resources for teaching: laboratories, trained personnel, administration, etc. Public education institutions offer many opportunities for extracurricular activities, which are usually not available to those outside public education. Transportation to and from school, and even to some extracurricular activities is available.
Resources For Parents adults age 19+ in obtaining postsecondary education. the following counties in ArkansasBaxter, Boone Washington County Single parent Scholarship Fund Resource http://www.aspsf.org/links.htm
Social Security Link to the parent education Network (PEN) Web site for Medicaid and Medicare Resourcesfor Persons Receiving SSI the Region 6 states of arkansas, Oklahoma and http://www.rcep6.org/ssa.htm
Extractions: Region 6 Rehabilitation Continuing Education Center Social Security Resources Center SSI and SSDI Work Incentives, Ticket to Work, Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999, Medicaid and Medicare Me nu Link here for a Menu of Resource Links with Descriptive Summaries Link here for a Menu of Resource Links ... Region 6 Webmaster at : firstname.lastname@example.org Search the Region 6 RCEC Web Site Re source Links with Descriptive Summaries Link here for Social Security Work Incentives Resources Link here for Medicaid and Medicare Resources for Persons Receiving SSI and/or SSDI S ocial Security Work Incentives Resources Link to Social Security OnLine Social Security Administration's (SSA) "Official Web Site" for accessing information and documents related to all programs with SSA. Excellent resource site for accessing information related to all facets of the SSI and SSDI programs, eligibility criteria, SSA Work Incentives Program and information related to specific elements of the Work Incentives, Ticket to Work and the Work Incentives Improvement Act (WIIA). NOTE: For the latest edition of the "Redbook 2001" for the SSI/SSDI Work Incentives Program type in "Redbook 2001" in the