Extractions: To find other help resources select a topic from the list and click GO Select a Topic US - National Organizations US - Federal Agencies US - State By State Resource Guides Canadian Resources Information By Phone International Links LD Schools On-line Resources Parent Advocacy US State Departments of Education If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Virgin Island Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Com. North. Mariana Island
District Of Columbia Student Loan Resources Directory of district of columbia school lenders. Law Medical School Loans. parent Loans. Consolidating Your Student Loans Alternative Student Loans for College education. district of columbia Student Loan resources http://www.student-loans.net/student-loans-state-resources/dc-student-loans.htm
Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) State parent Training and education) Provide information, resources, and technical assistance on educational matters to the schools and the residents. district of columbia http://bcol02.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list_by_territory.cfm?territory_id=dc
The DRM Regional Resource Directory: District Of Columbia An extensive list of links to nonprofit organizations and government agencies serving people with disabilities in Washington, DC. on Aging district of columbia Agency Programs. National resources Justice and education. COPE - Creating Opportunities for parent Empowerment. district of columbia Office of http://www.disabilityresources.org/DC.html
Extractions: Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us The DRM Regional Resources Directory (States) District of Columbia Updated 12/2001 State Index About / Hints / Link Note: The following sites represent organizations and agencies that serve District of Columbia residents with disabilities. National organizations that happen to be based in DC are listed by subject in The DRM WebWatcher General Charitable Choices: Index of DC Metro Area Charities Washington DC Department of Human Services See also Developmental Disabilities Multi-Service Agencies Advocacy and Legal Rights ADA Information Center for the Mid-Atlantic Region Advocates for Justice and Education Washington DC Office of Human Rights Aging District of Columbia Office on Aging ElderWeb: District of Columbia U.S. Administration on Aging - District of Columbia Agency Programs National Resources AIDS/HIV Washington DC HIV/AIDS Services [link not working 11/29/01] Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Association, National Capital Area National Resources Arts WVSA arts connection National Resources Assistive Technology University Legal Services Assistive Technology Program for the District of Columbia (ULS/ATP) National Resources Autism D C Chapter Autism Society of America National Resources Blindness and Visual Impairments Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Metropolitan Washington Ear National Resources Brain Injury National Resources Cancer Lombardi Cancer Center National Resources Cerebral Palsy
Extractions: Children's Search Engines Ask Jeeves Kids Yahooligans Creating a Home Page Resource for Icons, Images and Graphics Return to Contents Electronic Journals Electronic Journals in the Field of Education Chronicle of Higher Education must use at IU Ed. Library Book Links Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Education Week Education Policy and Analysis Archives ... Instructional Science (table of contents) Journal of Educational Computing Research (table of contents) Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia (table of contents) Journal of Educational Technology Systems (table of contents) Journal of Higher Education Learned Publishing Lion and the Unicorn MidLink Magazine ... Phi Delta Kappan (table of contents, selected articles) Performance Improvement (table of contents and article summaries) Performance Improvement Quarterly (table of contents) School Library Journal The Source Teacher Magazine Teacher Talk ... Return to Contents Gifted and Talented Talented and Gifted Bibliography Higher Education College Catalogs College Guide College of Education, University of IL
Extractions: The achievement gap that separates low-income and minority youngsters from other young Americans is widening again. Education Trust president Kati Haycock worries "about how many people head into discussions without accurate data. And I worry even more about how many education leaders have antiquated-and downright wrong-notions about the whys beneath the achievement gap." Comprehensive Improvement Planning
Extractions: Early Intervention Program (202) 698-4660 Provides Services for Children from Birth until their Third Birthday under Part C. If you have any reason to believe your child has a delay (Autism or otherwise) or need for help, please call. Their services are free regardless of your financial situation. Parent Training and Information Center If you have difficulty navigating the systems designed to provide your child services, you are not alone. Parent Training and Information (aka Parent Resource) Centers are another Federally Mandated part of the system. In many states they are staffed solely by family members of folks with disabilities, and offer training and support on issues related to Special Education. Untangle Autism!
Extractions: Parents' Bulletin Board June 1: New Mothers Luncheon! June 2: Positive Discipline for Young Children: June 5: Expect Fashion: June 13: Maintaining Balance in Family Life: June 29: Raising Responsible Children: Interracial Family Circle (IFC): The IFC is a support group for interracial families offering programs to educate its members and the greater community about issues pertaining to interracial and multicultural families. IFC also sponsors social events and activities geared to young children and adolescents. For more information about IFC, visit the website at www.interracialfamilycircle.org. PPD MOMS ( Postpartum Depression, Moms Offering Moms Support): Offering free peer support groups for mothers coping with postpartum depression and anxiety. Groups are available in DC, Northern VA and Rockville. For more information: in Northwest DC, call: 202-363-8200; in Georgetown, call: 202-342-9888; in Rockville, call: 301-467-6717 and in Fairfax, call: 703-536-9469. PFLAG: Support groups led by trained facilitators in an effort to help families heal and stay together. Confidentiality is maintained. 301-439-3524, 202-638-3852 or www.PFLAGDC.org. MONA (Mothers of North Arlington): A supportive environment for mothers who primarily stay at home with their children including those who have home-based businesses. The group will meet on the second Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. at the Cherrydale United Methodist Church. For more information or to join this group contact:
COPAA State Special Ed Resource Page The Division of Special education, district of columbia Public Schools parent educationAND RESOURCE CENTER 4696 OVERLAND ROAD 478 BOISE, ID 83705 (208) 342 http://www.copaa.net/resources/statespedlaw.html
Extractions: An independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization of attorneys, advocates and parents established to improve the quality and quantity of legal assistance for parents of children with disabilities. This page contains a compilation of Special Education Law State-Specific Internet Resources submitted by COPAA listserv members. Please contact us , if you find any outdated or nonfunctional links. Be sure to include the link with your email. State Education Law Resources are listed alphabetically. An alpha index is provided for your convenience. Not all States have their education laws or regulations on the Internet. If you know of a resource that is not listed here or you find an outdated link, drop us a note and we will add it as soon as possible. However, please do not expect us to conduct searches for you.
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.
District Of Columbia Resources Marylou Meccariello, Executive Director The Arc of the district of columbia, Inc PTI)Bethann James, Interim Director Advocates for Justice and education, Inc http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/dc.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this resource sheet are primarily administrative offices for the District of Columbia. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in the District of Columbia. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let us know. Each state or territory sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning your area, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States House of Representatives
District Of Columbia Public Schools: DCPS Schools DCPS Emergency Preparedness Information and resources Junior High. Senior High. education Centers. SWS Charters Privacy Statement. district Of columbia Public Schools. Site produced and http://www.k12.dc.us/dcps/home.html
Extractions: Call: (202) 724-4222 or Via Email Here! DCPS Web Site Wins "EDuNET Connect Choice Award!" and "American Association of Webmasters - Gold Award!" Abolishment Rationale, Process and Outcomes Document Powerpoint Teachers Buyout Incentive Program DCPS Position Abolishment FY 2004 FAQ's Appeal Form OEA Rulemaking DC Public Schools State Education Agemcy Announces New 21st Century Community Learning Center Grantees DC Supplemental Educational Services Program FY 2004-2005 view RFA attachment 2004 - 2005 LEA Application view pdf view word FY 2005 Charter School Membership Roster and Summary Page Template
Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) of columbia Top Greater Washington Urban League (district of columbia) parent Center TopAlbany/Dougherty Community Partnership for education (Georgia) PO http://bcol02.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list.cfm?category_cd=PRC
Extractions: Internet Special Education Resources Nationwide and International Services Regional and Local Services Arkansas Statewide Services Keys to Safer Schools.com California Statewide Services Bodin Associates , Educational Alternatives, educational consulting Local Services Los Altos Bodin Associates, Educational Alternatives Los Angeles SpecialEdKids.Net, tutoring, assessments, advocacy
Extractions: Chandler Education Foundation Chandler Unified School District Arizona State University The is a statewide training and technical assistance program designed to: Help our children learn to high standards. -Increase parental involvement in their child's education. -Strengthen partnerships between parents and schools. This center is a sponsored project, so there is no cost to any parent, child, or educator who uses our services. The Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) were authorized as part of the Goals 2000: Educate America Act legislation. The purpose of the PIRC program is to assist nonprofit organizations in consortia with local education agencies (LEAS) in establishing parental information and resource centers that would: 1) "increase parents' knowledge of and confidence in child-rearing, activities, such as teaching and nurturing young children; 2) strengthen partnerships between parents and professionals in meeting the educational needs of children birth to five and working relationships between home and school; and enhance the developmental progress of children assisted under this program." (ED, 1999).
Columbia Public Schools - Special Education The columbia School district has a districtwide serves while supporting the valuesof the district. The Special education Department provides staff, resources http://www.columbia.k12.mo.us/speced/specialed/
Extractions: Special Education Columbia Public Schools Early Childhood Elementary Middle School 6 -7 Junior High 8 -9 ... CPS Home Welcome to the Special Education home page for the Columbia Public Schools. My name is Dr. Kim Ratcliffe and I direct the Special Education Department. The creation of the Columbia Public School web site for Special Education is the result of many months of work by many persons. A committee of parents and public school staff determined the purpose of the Special Education web site to be three-fold: 1) to promote community awareness of the abilities of students with disabilities: 2) to provide a parent source to direct information on special education process, services, and supports; and 3) to provide parents, teachers, and other community members a link to other resources related to educating children with disabilities. A special feature of the web site is the "Day in the Life of a child with a Disability". At least four times a year a student will be featured. We are humbled by the courage and tenacity exhibited each day by students with disabilities as they overcome physical, sensory, and learning challenges top meet their educational goals. We invite you to begin your exploration of our Special Education web site by sharing a day of Megan's life in middle school. We offer a special word of thanks to the committee responsible for the vision that resulted in this web site.
Educational Resources Occupation and education 1990 Earnings by Occupation and education (SSTF22) provides forthe United States, all States, the district of columbia and each http://www-libraries.colorado.edu/ps/gov/us/edresour.htm
Extractions: GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS United States Government Information U.S. Resources State Resources Foreign Resources International Resources ... What's New Educational Resources AskERIC Virtual Electronic Library provides access to the ERIC bibliographic database , ERIC digests of educational research, ERIC bibliographies, conference schedules, lesson plans, and other information. Ben's Guide to U.S. Government an overview of the U.S. government, legislative process, duties of citizens, and other topics. Arranged by grade level, with sections for teachers and parents. Includes facts about states and links to state websites. Department of Education Web Server which features many online publications from the department and its National Center for Education Statistics . Highlights of their online publication program include: Compendia, such as the Encyclopedia of ED Stats Publications for Parents (many available in Spanish language editions). Parent's Guide to the Internet is a recent addition.
Extractions: SERVING PUBLIC SCHOOLS THE CHARTER MARKETPLACE: WHERE SUPPLY MEETS DEMAND: Connecting service and equipment vendors with the nation's charter schools, at the 2002 National Charter School Conference. List of vendors Eduventures.com , Inc. is an education industry research and information services firm. The Company's extensive web-based resources are designed to help education businesses develop strategy, raise capital and acquire talent. Eduventures.com also provides education industry investors with up-to-date news and analysis on industry mergers and acquisitions, investments, venture funding, alliances and IPOs. Many of the Company's research and information services are available free of charge. In-depth research, targeted industry analysis, and custom advisory services are available via subscription. Eduventures.com has recently purchased the highly regarded Education Industry Group, LLC, which was founded in 1992 by John M. McLaughlin to connect the business, investment and education communities. Association of Educators in Private Practice