State Boards Request Transmittal to Jurisdiction of delaware. degree from an NAABaccredited programthe primary means of satisfying your board s education requirement? Yes. http://www.ncarb.org/stateboards/regboards.asp?Boardname=Delaware
Agency List Dieticians/Nutritionists, State boards of delaware, Illinois and Virginia. education,State Departments of Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, delaware, Florida http://www.cgfns.org/cgfns/Icd/evaluationservices/agencylist.html
Extractions: Agencies Recognizing ICD as Provider of Evaluations ICD is listed as a recognized agency for the purpose of providing professional educational credentials evaluations by the following agencies and organizations. Please note: This list is not all inclusive and is subject to change by the agencies listed without notification. ICD encourages applicants to contact the intended credentials evaluation recipient, or agencies not listed, prior to submitting an application. Accountancy, State Boards of: Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Vermont and West Virginia. Acupuncture, State Boards of: Florida, New Jersey and South Carolina. Architecture, State Boards of: California and New Mexico. Cosmetology, State Boards of: Arizona, North Carolina and South Carolina. Dieticians/Nutritionists, State Boards of:
Programs - ICD the International Consultants of delaware, Inc credits for specific state boards ofphysical when applying for employment, further education, certification and http://www.cgfns.org/cgfns/programs/icd.html
Extractions: International Consultants of Delaware, Inc. In 2000, CGFNS acquired its newest division, the International Consultants of Delaware, Inc. (ICD). ICD is recognized nationally, as well as globally, as an expert in the field of international education. Established in 1977, ICD is a credentialing agency evaluating international educational documents and providing their U.S. equivalents. These equivalents are used to assist individuals in obtaining additional education, employment and immigration visas, as well as licensing and certification for healthcare professionals. As a charter member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), ICD utilizes only the most up-to-date data available from sources such as the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO), Association of International Educators (NAFSA), Institute of International Education (IIE), and the American-Mideast Educational and Training Services (AMIDEAST). These data sources are continually being monitored and updated by current overseas and U.S. educators, American embassies, and referenced in ICD's own country databanks. A provider of world-class educational evaluation services for more than 20 years, ICD is aware of the importance of its reports to the future and professional careers of its clients. Credentials Evaluation Service
FCLB - Member Boards delaware Board of Chiropractic (Directory Listing) (back to top Executive DirectorBernice Berger, MA, education Coordinator Department state.ma.us/reg/boards/ch http://www.fclb.org/boards.htm
Extractions: U.S. Virgin Islands Chiropractic boards with current FCLB membership status are recognized below. Members of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards receive annual benefits such as free access to CIN-BAD, free online reporting, complimentary reporting agent service to HIP-DB, PowerPoll surveys regarding interpretative scope of practice issues, complimentary Official Directory , and educational conference communication, etc. Please contact the FCLB if your board would like to join our organization.
Delaware Exemptions be the responsibility of each delaware public school and promulgated by the Departmentof education. Rules for appeals from commissions, boards and agencies. http://www.909shot.com/state-site/Delaware.htm
Extractions: Current as of 3/03. Quick Fact: Exemption for child whose parents or legal guardian, because of individual religious beliefs, reject the concept of immunization. There is a specific affidavit to be notarized. Other Resources: State of Delaware Division of Public Health: http://www.state.de.us/dhss/dph/index.htm
Colorado Association Of School Boards CASB Arkansas School boards Association; California School boards Association; ConnecticutAssociation of boards of education; delaware School boards Association; http://www.casb.org/links.htm
Extractions: About CASB School Boards Advocacy Conferences ... Site map Colorado School Accountability Resource Guide (click to download) Alabama Association of School Boards Association of Alaska School Boards Arizona School Boards Association Arkansas School Boards Association ... Wyoming School Boards Association
Delaware Aerospace Education Foundation Women in Aerospace. NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL boards, COMMITTEES AND EDITORSHIPS.20002002 Chairperson, delaware Aerospace education Team/AeroSpace Standards. http://www.dasef.org/programs/daset/wright.html
Extractions: Dr. Stephanie M. G. Wright Stephanie M. Gerjovich Wright School Address: Home Address: Aerospace Center 5 Essex Drive 500 C Duncan Avenue Caravel Farms Wilmington, DE 19801 Bear De 19701 PERSONAL DATA Married to Brian H. Wright D.Ed. - Temple University, 1987 Elementary Education. M.Ed. - University of Delaware, 1976 Language Arts. B.A. - University of Delaware, 1970 Music, K through 12. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1990-present Founder/President of Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation; Director, DE Aerospace Academy 1989-present Aerospace Resource Educator: Educator on Special Assignment then Director, 1985-present Delaware Space Ambassador/Teacher in Space Lecturing to students, teachers and 1982-1989 Educator, Teaching music at Stanton Middle School. 1978-1982 Educator, Teaching music at various Elementary Schools. (Annual changes due to Desegregation) 1976-1978 Educator, Teaching music at Alexis I. DuPont High School.
US Charter Schools Schools Network delaware Department of education Legislative Summary Law delawareCode regarding For conversion charter schools, local school boards. http://www.uscharterschools.org/cs/sp/view/sp/18
Other State Boards Of Education Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut delaware FloridaGeorgia Guam Hawaii Idaho National Association of State boards of education. http://nekesc.org/kbe.html
Extractions: Delaware JVS Mission: To prepare youth and adults to enter, compete, and advance in an ever-changing work world. 65% of tomorrow's jobs will require people to have vocational or technical training (from U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics). That means that a majority of tomorrow's jobs will be specialized - they will best be filled by people who have obtained occupationally specific or technical skills. While continuing your education beyond high school is increasingly important, only 20% of the new jobs to be created between now and 2005 will require a 4-year college degree (U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics). Young people who receive vocational training, an Associate's Degree from a technical or community college, and / or 1 - 3 years of on-the-job technical training (or military training) will be best prepared for many of the new job challenges in the next century. The Area Career Center provides career training and academic instruction to high school students from the following school districts: Delaware City, Worthington City, and the local districts of Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley and Olentangy. Delaware JVS also offers the academic courses students need to meet area high school graduation requirements and receive their diploma. (See next page for list of available programs - click on 'Continue...' at bottom.) In 1974, the city and county boards of education established a vocational / technical school to offer specific career training to Delaware County residents. Delaware JVS provides career training and academic instruction to over 500 area high school juniors and seniors who desire skilled employment immediately upon high school graduation. The JVS also serves approximately 2,500 adults each year in a variety of programs, such as: one or two-year career training programs, part-time adult classes, customized training, Adult Night High School, ABLE classes (Adult Basic Literacy Education), and the GED (Graduate Equivalency Degree) testing program.
Resources provides an overview of basic information which every delaware board member should indepthlook at the ethical issues between boards of education and their http://www.nsba.org/site/view.asp?TRACKID=&VID=1&CID=464&DID=8749
Extractions: Career Development courses offer initial training, cross training, and expanded training. These courses include Nursing Assistant, Activities Professional, Pharmaceutical Assistant, Medical Insurance Specialist, Intro to Phlebotomy, Medical Terminology and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding. Approved Continuing Education is required by the state to maintain certification/licensure in various health related fields. The Health Institute offers courses approved by the following professional boards: Health Institute Massage Therapy Program: Join us for a massage session conducted by the instructor and students enrolled in the College's Massage Therapy Certificate Program. For more information and to schedule an appointment, call Sandy at (302) 855-5900 ext. 3190. The Health Institute at Delaware Tech strives to offer relevant, informative programs at a convenient location for an affordable cost. Health oriented programs in three areas are offered: Career Development, Approved Continuing Education and Prevention Wellness. Formats include online education, home study courses as well as the traditional classroom course/workshop/seminar. These continuing education programs offer CEUs and/or contact hours.
Extractions: Sally H. Higgins was elected to the Board of Trustees in 1971. She is a retired educator and guidance counselor and received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Delaware. In 1973, she was named Counselor of the Year by the Delaware Personnel and Guidance Association. She is the former director of guidance at Seaford High School. Mrs. Higgins has served as president of the Delaware School Board Association and the Seaford School Board. In 1988, Mrs. Higgins received the Athena Award for community service from the Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce and, in 1990 she received the Bernard P. Ireland Award from the College Board in recognition of contributions to the field of counseling. She was a member of the Committee for the Education of Women at the University. Mrs. Higgins was elected Trustee Emerita in 2001.
JVS Information In 1974, the city and county boards of education established a vocational/technicalschool to offer specific career training to delaware County residents. http://community.lib.oh.us/Sbwacoc/Information/Jvs.htm
Extractions: DELAWARE JVS The Area Career Center South Campus 4565 Columbus Pike, Delaware, OH Phone: 548-0708 - FAX: -584-0710 Mr. Jerome Donvan, Director North Campus 1610 State Route 521, Delaware, OH Phone: -548-7734 # FAX: 362-6461 Mrs. Carlene Thompson, Director Mr. William Stalets, Superintendent Visit our web page at: www.Delaware.org/comm/JVS1.htm HISTORY : In 1974, the city and county boards of education established a vocational/technical school to offer specific career training to Delaware County residents. Delaware JVS, The Area Career Center, now provides career training and academic instruction to approximately 550 area high school juniors and seniors who desire skilled employment immediately upon high school graduation. OUR MISSION: Delaware JVS prepares high school youth and adults to enter compete, and advance in the ever-changing workplace. WHY?: The U.S. Dept. of Labor predicts that 65% of tomorrow's jobs will require people have vocational/technical training. SCOPE OF SERVICES: We provide career training and academic instruction to high school students from the following school districts: Delaware City, Worthington City, and the local districts of Big Walnut, Buckeye Valley, and Olentangy. Delaware JVS also offers the necessary academic courses to meet local high school graduation requirements.
Delaware Appraisal School - State Requirements to provide a summary of the minimum education, experience, and requirements establishedby the delaware Council on state.de.us/boards/realestateappraisers/index http://www.careerwebschool.com/Delaware-Appraisal/delaware-appraisal-state-requi
A Message From The Superintendent to share this vision with the delaware community that results in positive partnershipsin support of education. Local school boards should work as partners with http://www.dcs.k12.oh.us/district/admin/
Extractions: Developing Quality Schools A common vision of a quality education begins with schools that work in partnership with parents and the community to ensure that all children thrive and have an opportunity to develop their full potential. Quality schools come in many shapes and sizes, and communities across the country have devised varied ways to create these schools. However, most quality schools share a number of common characteristics. A recent National Parent-Teacher Association study helps define the characteristics of a quality school. I would like to share this vision with the Delaware community. A quality school has goals and objectives, based on a mission statement that is developed with parent and community involvement. All levels of government (federal, state and local) must share in the responsibility of providing adequate and equitable funding for public schools. Operation of a quality school requires strong and sustained financial investment to support the education and related services that all students and teachers need.
NurseWeek delaware Board of Nursing 861 Silver Lake Blvd. New York State Board of Nursing Stateeducation Department Cultural education Center, Room 3023 Albany http://www.nurseweek.com/career/boards.html
Extractions: Daniel Tworek Director Office of Audit Services Tel. (518) 473-4516 Fax (518) 473-0259 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org September 25, 2002 Mr. Dean Utter Board President Otsego-Delaware-Schoharie-Greene BOCES Frank W. Cyr Center Stamford, New York 12167 Dear Mr. Utter: The following is our final audit report (BOC-0301-8) of the Otsego-Delaware-Schoharie-Greene Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) for the period July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. The audit was conducted pursuant to Sections 305 and 1950 of the Education Law in pursuit of Goal #5 of the Board of Regents/State Education Department Strategic Plan: Resources under our care will be used or maintained in the public interest. It is the policy of the State Education Department to consider for review matters of significant disagreement which result from the issuance of a final audit report.