Extractions: ACT, Inc. "ACT National Press Release for 2002 ACT Scores." August 21, 2002. (ACN) Advocates for Children of New York and Healthy Schools Network, Inc. Neglected Buildings, Damaged Health: A 'Snapshot' of New York City Public School Environmental Conditions. October 1999. (ANY) AL DOE. Great Expectations: A Guide to Alabama's High School Graduation . March 2001. (ALE) Alabama State Board of Education. State Department of Education Administrative Code Supplement 98-4 Instructional Services Chapter 290-3-02. (ASB) American Federation of Teachers.
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Extractions: Topical Search: Select A Topic All Articles Americans w/Disabilities Act CADRE Collaboration Coming Attractions Communication Skills CR Education Dispute Resolution Options Diversity Early Intervention Español Features For Advocates For Mediators IDEA/IDEA 97 Index Page Mediation Negotiation News Outreach/Promotion Participating in Mediation Partner Organizations Research and Evaluation Resources System Design Training Resources Video Resource What's New FAQ Text Search: Skip Navigation Resources State Information Diversity ... Archive Introduction The due process provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) guarantee the right of any party to a hearing to be "accompanied and advised by counsel and by individuals with special knowledge or training with respect to the problems of children with disabilities" [34 CFR §300.509(a)(1)]. This phrase has been the focus of litigation in which charges of unauthorized practice of law were brought against advocates who represented families of children with disabilities in Delaware. Project FORUM at the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE), under its Cooperative Agreement #H326F000001 with the U. S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), worked with Perry Zirkel, University Professor of Education and Law at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA, to examine this issue through a survey of state directors of special education.
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Extractions: Delaware Association of School Administrators The Unfunded Costs of Federal Mandates In 1975, Congress passed a law that required programs and services for children with disabilities. Fifteen years late, in 1990, this Act became known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). This law mandates all children, ages birth to 21, receive a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment. At that time, Congress promised the states that they would provide 40 % of the costs to meet the mandates required in this law. Even with the $1 billion increase proposed by President Bush, Congress is would still be providing only 19.5 % for every child enrolled in IDEA. Who has paid the difference for this federal shortfall for Delaware students who are identified under IDEA for the past 29 years? In our state it has fallen on the taxpayers of Delaware. If Congress and President Bush maintain annual increases at this level, full funding at 40% would not be achieved until 2035. Students should not have to wait an additional 30 years for Congress to keep its 29-year-old promise. In 2002, Congress passed President Bush's education initiative, No Child Left Behind (NCLB). This extension of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is the most sweeping nationalization of school policy in the nation's history. The law's basic objectives were simple and the concept of providing the best education for ALL children and helping them reach high standards is a noble goal that must be fulfilled. Unfortunately the regulations promulgated by the U. S. Department of Education have been so restrictive and confusing, that states are just starting to grasp the real costs of these federal mandates.
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Extractions: EXPERIENCE: Ten (10) years experience with diesel engines, gas engines and heavy equipment. Three (3) years supervisory experience required. Must have own tools. Valid driver's license required. Able to lift 50 lbs. repeatedly, stand/walk/kneel for extended periods of time. Ability to work with minimum supervision. Able to work in: extremes of weather, on roof, ladders and scaffolding and remain flexible in an environment of constant change. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for the maintenance and repair of all vehicles and heavy equipment on premises. Responsible for management of tractor shed including ordering and inventory of parts. Responsible for making recommendations for interviewing, training, evaluating, discipline and scheduling of staff. Responsible to work with Risk Management to ensure safety measures are established and maintained. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, local laws and OSHA regulations. Promotes a safe work environment by complying with Delaware Park policies and procedures. Performs all other duties as assigned. Promotes outstanding customer relations.
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Extractions: STATE OF DELAWARE CLASS SERIES DESCRIPTION EMPLOYMENT SERVICES SERIES Class Code: 79301-79304 DESCRIPTION OF OCCUPATIONAL WORK Note: Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all positions in the class series except for those at the entry (1) level where incumbents are acquiring a working knowledge by attending training programs and through on-the-job training. The essential functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Conducts individual and group intake sessions to orient job seekers and employers to the services available and instructs and coaches job seekers/employers on using resources/equipment available. Conducts individual or group assessments to determine level of service needs. Identifies job seekers employment potential using assessment tools and labor market information. Assists job seekers to develop realistic and achievable employment goals; identifies obstacles/barriers to employment; jointly formulate employability development plans directed at employment outcomes.
Extractions: Areas of Practice Bar Admissions Education ... Affiliations Lawyer Profile: Mr. Swayze is a member of the Administrative Law Section and the Banking Law Committee of the Commercial Law Section of the American Bar Association. He is also a member of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the Banking and Environmental Law Committees of the Delaware State Bar Association. Mr. Swayze is admitted to practice in Delaware. He is a 1969 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and received his A.B in politics from Princeton University. Mr. Swayze enjoys tennis, skiing and community and public service. He is a past Chairperson of the American Red Cross of the Delmarva Peninsula. He currently serves by appointment of the Governor and the Mayor of Wilmington respectively on the Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) and the Wilmington Economic and Financial Advisory Council (WEFAC). Areas of Practice:
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Extractions: The No Child Left Behind Legislation of the Bush administration has had far reaching ramifications. One of those ramifications centers on the need for a highly qualified paraprofessional (i.e. teacher's assistant, instructional assistants, paraeducator) in every classroom. The actual regulations of the law stipulate that every paraeducator who provides instructional support in a Title 1 classroom and who is hired after January 2002 must have:
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Extractions: Working under the authority of the State Board of Education, the VTDOE is committed to helping students, educators, and public schools meet Vermonts high standards. The site provides information about the VTDOEs programs, services, and initiatives to all who are interested in Vermonts education community. Some general links of interest: Adult Diploma Adult Education Adult Occupation Training Discrimination Complaints Driver Education Family Literacy Governor's Diploma HIV/AIDS Prevention Substance Abuse Prevention Vermont Teen Leadership Safety Program Veterans Affairs Some general links of interest: Action Planning Assessments Data Collection Discrimination Complaints Educational Support Systems (ESS) Educational Technology Framework of Standards Health Education Resource Centers (HERCs) High School Renewal and Innovation Leadership Development No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) Professional Development Professional Standards School Improvement Special Education Standards Into Action Title I
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Extractions: BEFORE GOING FURTHER The HEM staff has been considering pulling these listings. The main reason is that as homeschooling becomes more widely accepted, and as states are scrambling to reform their education system, the situation becomes more complex. This makes overviews, listings and rankings less valid. We have, however, decided to keep these listings in place because they carry, at a minimum, a link to your state government. Additionally we hope reading cited code and at least one homeschooler's interpretation will help start to demystify legislation and encourage you to investigate further. When talking to new homeschoolers we often hear concerns about the law. Is homeschooling legal? Who do I have to notify? What do I have to teach? While the legalities are a concern that should not be ignored, neither should our response be automatic and not thought out carefully. There is no single source, no one true homeschooling authority. We all own the responsibility to think through laws and regulations on homeschooling. Of course you'll find those who disagree - an entire industry has grown up around the fact that there are differences of opinion on homeschooling's legal matters. What we offer here are overviews of laws and regulations compiled by knowledgeable homeschoolers. These files are not legal advice nor the final word on the subject. They are simply a starting point. To maintain our freedom to homeschool we will each need to go far beyond any convenient compilation or synopsis. We need to continue to do our own learning, lead our own research, and decide on our own actions.
Extractions: ACADEMICS ADMINISTRATION ALUMNI ATHLETICS ... SEARCH Today's date is Tuesday, June 08th 2004. College of Education and Human Performance Education Department Distance Education Teacher Education Program Regulations ... Administration and Supervision Bachelor's Programs Upon completion of this major, graduates will be prepared to demonstrate competence in planning, delivery and evaluating curriculum and instruction; utilize effective interpersonal communication skills and multicultural understandings; fulfill a professional role in the school and in the community; integrate theories of teaching and learning and translate these into practice; utilize technology to enhance the teaching and learning environment; and, demonstrate commitment to the concept of life-long learning. The Occupational-Vocational Teacher Education Program offers three options for students: A certification program for current teachers of trade and industrial education requiring 66 prescribed credits. Upon successful completion of certification requirements, students may continue in the degree program presented below. A degree program for persons who plan to become teachers and who have occupational experience and/or an associate degree in an area of certification who plan to become teachers.
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Extractions: Conservation Districts, counties, municipalities, and State agencies may seek delegation of four program elements relating to the implementation of the statewide sediment and stormwater program. Delegation may be granted by the Secretary for review and approval of sediment and stormwater management plans, inspection during construction, subsequent maintenance inspection, and education and training. Program elements that are delegated shall be implemented according to Chapter 40 and these regulations. The Secretary, or his designee, shall grant delegation of one or more program elements to any Conservation District, county, municipality, or State agency seeking delegation that is found capable of providing compliance with Chapter 40 and these regulations. The final decision regarding delegation shall be made only after an opportunity has been provided for public review and comment. Initial consideration regarding delegation of program elements shall be given to the Conservation Districts. The Conservation Districts, having unique capabilities and area wide responsibilities are in ideal positions to coordinate and implement local sediment and stormwater programs.