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Extractions: INDEX: Many of the United States provide some form of intermediate service centers to support educators who are working on state reform initiatives. In Illinois these are called Regional Offices of Education. In Michigan these are called Intermediate School Districts. In that case, ISDs have boundaries that overlap regular school districts and have their own taxing authority. In New York and Colorado these agencies are called BOCES which stands for Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Texas has 20 Education Service Center Regions. If you don't know how to access assistance from these agencies, click here to link to the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) which can connect you to the state board of education in your state. You should be able to find out there if such agencies are in your state. The only USA exception is Hawaii which has one school district for the entire state and so, the state provides the assistance directly.
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Extractions: Academic Degrees: 1981 Ph.D. Special Education University of Denver, Denver CO 1978 M.Ed. Special Education The Citadel, Charleston, SC 1976 B.A. Special Education and Elementary Ed. Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL 1972 B.S. Journalism University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Professional Experience: 1989-present Metropolitan State College of Denver- Associate Professor Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA- Assistant Professor University of New Orleans- Assistant Professor Summerville School District, Summerville, SC-Special Education Teacher St. John's County, St. Augustine, FL- Special Education Teacher Nancy S. Bailey, Professor Reading
Extractions: PAGE INDEX: What does consulting in overall program design mean? THIS web page is for YOU IF you want Barry's expertise and guidance to help you design a complete, comprehensive program that will deliver a high impact on teaching and student learning, OR to improve an existing program to increase it's impact. This process can include any or all of the following: OPTION #1 - Barry provides advice before YOU do the process OPTION #2 - BARRY gives you advice before the process, AND, Barry collaborates with you to provide expert guidance during the process. OPTION #3 - BARRY gives you advice before and during the process, AND then, Barry collaborates with you to LEAD the process. If you want Barry's expertise to guide you through the working with just a few parts of your program, that information is on a different web page What's Barry's Process for Design or Improvement of a Program?
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Extractions: Connecticut The four themes provide the framework and substance for three of our yearlong master's seminars for interns in urban settings and those focusing on students with disabilities and diverse learning needs. State and Fed. Grants have been awarded to us and our PDS that focus on students with disabilities and those at risk. University at Manoa Our efforts remain focused on the development of partner schools where we can engage with teachers in both informal conversations and more formal experiences directed at understanding and implementing the Curriculum Themes and their moral dimensions. The depth and nature of involvement is not institutionalized but relies on individuals who choose to engage in the work.
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Extractions: Home Professional Database The purpose of the CYFERnet Experts Database is to facilitate networking, collaboration and technical assistance among the children, youth and family programs and staff of the Cooperative Extension Service. Search Results Name Position Institution Abell, Ellen Extension Specialist and Associate Prof Auburn University Adcock, Bryan Child and Family Development Specialist University Outreach and Extension Anderson, Sarah Professor and Extension Family Life Specialist University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Servi Andrews, Rosa Coordinator NC 4-H School-Age Care Program North Carolina State University Anthony, Wilbon Extension Educator Prevention University of Illinois Extension Arrington, Wandra Extension Youth Development Agent Alcorn State University - Extension Program Bailey, Sandra (Sandy) Montana State University Bales, Diane Human Development Specialist University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Barbour, Joella Family and Human Developement Agent Virginia Cooperative Extesnion Barker, Heidi
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Extractions: Superintendent of Schools RE: 2001-2002 Board Goals Attached is the final version of the 2001-2002 Board Goals derived from the planning session on June 5, 2001. The following changes were made to the original notes: teachers were added to the "dine and discuss" meetings space allocation issue was removed from "other tasks" GASB 34 (this is a HUGE deal with accounting) had been added to "other tasks" We have begun the internal process of assigning the work steps for reaching the goals. A spreadsheet of our initial efforts is attached so you can get an idea of the time frames and people responsible. Your feedback/suggestions throughout the year on the goal progress will be important. Thank you for your assistance as we focus the efforts of the school district. Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Board Goals 2001-2002 (LRP = Long Range Plan; SBS = School Board Standards) Board Goal #1: Strengthen Board Relations with Staff.
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Extractions: email: email@example.com Year after year, graduating seniors say the high level of accessibility of professors is what they value most about their UW-Green Bay experience. Students in the Extended Degree Program enjoy the same quality teaching and access as their on-campus counterparts because UW-Green Bay faculty are their professors, too. Currently, about 35 UW-Green Bay professors from an array of disciplines teach in the Extended Degree Program. BREZNAY, PETER T.
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Extractions: Home For most of the over three million Americans earning their livings in agriculture, the work is not just their livelihood, it is their way of life; a productive and satisfying way of life of which they are very proud. Agricultural production is hazardous. The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates that more than 200,000 farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers experience lost-work-time injuries and occupational illnesses every year, approximately five percent of which have serious and permanent results. Off-the-farm injuries; health conditions, such as heart disease, arthritis, or cancer; and aging disable tens of thousands more. The Breaking New Ground Resource Center estimates that more than 500,000 persons working in agriculture have physical disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform essential tasks on the farm or ranch. Additionally, thousands of children born into agricultural families have disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and epilepsy. Physical and attitudinal barriers often prevent these children from participating fully in farm and ranch operations, and from engaging in social and recreational activities enjoyed by other rural youth. The majority of people with disabilities who work or live in agricultural settings want to continue to do so despite their disabilities. All too often, however, they are frustrated in their attempts. Rural isolation, limited personal resources, gaps in rural service delivery systems, and inadequate access to agriculture-oriented assistance are among the obstacles they face.
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Extractions: School Administrators Center ... Staffing School Administrators Article S C H O O L A D M I N I S T R A T O R S A R T I C L E What are the keys to a successful staff development program? This look at two award-winning programs at Hungerford School in Staten Island, New York, and at Montview Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado might provide some insight. Ask Dr. Mary McInerney, the principal of Hungerford School in Staten Island, New York, what makes the school's staff development program successful, and she replies, "The staff. They are responsible." Dr. McInerney credits a unique degree of staff involvement for creating the teacher development program that made Hungerford one of six schools and two school districts nationwide to be honored this year by U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley as part of
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Extractions: The Colorado Department of Education uses Image Rollover effects for visual enhancement. They are not necessary for the navigation of our site. To most effectively improve the overall quality of education for every child and close the achievement gap, it is necessary for meaningful partnerships to be created between the educational community and the parents of all children. Methods to reach out to parents must take in to account the socio-economic and cultural differences that will allow for optimal involvement by the largest number of parents possible. No Child Left Behind requires that local education agencies (LEAs) and schools have a parent involvement policy and plan to meaningfully engage parents in the educational process of their children. NCLB specifically requires LEAs and schools to involve parents in the planning, implementation, evaluation and accountability of their overall educational program. To be meaningfully engaged, parents must have access to information and be empowered to act on it. Parents must be able to work with school staff to promote student achievement, close the achievement gap and reduce the dropout rate. Therefore, parents must also be involved in the decision-making processes of the overall educational program. There are opportunities for parents to be involved in decision making at their school and at the district at large. Meaningful parent involvement should meet all of the following