Extractions: Region III Federal Technical Assistance Providers Comprehensive Centers What they do: The Centers are designed to serve each of the federally-funded programs under the Improving America's Schools Act (IASA). The Centers work primarily with states, local education agencies (LEA's), tribes, schools, and other recipients of funds under the IASA. The Centers help states, school districts and schools in meeting the needs of: Who funds them? Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Desegregation Assistance Centers What they do: The Desegregation Assistance Centers help district and school personnel create safe, positive and bias-free educational environments for all students. Focus on districts that experience conflicts arising from efforts to desegregate and remove barriers to equal educational opportunities. Who funds them?
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation opportunities for male youth living in the district of columbia s public and Apprentices have demonstrated marked improvement in school attendance, academic http://www.midatlanticarts.org/programs_artistresidencies_hostsites_state_dc.htm
Extractions: Music (contemporary, classical, ethnic, music theory, children's), Theatre (contemporary, classical, historical, children's), Painting (watercolor, oil, multi-media), Graphics (computer design), Sculpture (ceramics, pottery, raku, pit-fired), crafts (masks), Photography, Literature (journalism, creative writing) Traditional Arts (Ikebana) Brief description of organization, facilities and programs
TEC Affiliates & Resource Agencies Consortium ·district of columbia Public schools Education ·Oakland Unified school district, CA ·Objective CA ·Riverside Unified school district, CA ·RODEC http://www.tecweb.org/affiliates/afflist.html
Extractions: var banner_image_array = new Array(''); Application Guidelines Contact Information displayRotatedContent(banner_image_array) Competitive Grants Local Volunteer Action TeamGrant Matching Gift ... Home Public Education Network and The New York Life Foundation Revitalize High School Libraries Revitalizing High School Libraries program, designed to increase adolescent literacy and improve student performance. The grant will be used to pilot the program at high schools in Minneapolis, San Francisco, and Tampa. "Every child in the nation should have access to the resources needed to achieve a high level of literacy," said Wendy D. Puriefoy, president of Public Education Network. "There are far too few systemwide secondary literacy initiatives, and we are very pleased to be working with the New York Life Foundation in identifying, improving and supporting plans for model school library media centers." Revitalizing High School Libraries Nurturing the Children focus." Revitalizing High School Libraries Revitalizing High School Libraries Grant Recipients: Revitalizing High School Libraries ," Minneapolis, Minn., LEF Organization:
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Extractions: the Public Affairs and Record Home Page Current News News Archive Video Briefs Video Forums ... Home Page Columbia in the Community Collaboration with Public Schools Lisa Mata, Columbia staff member reads every Friday with her P.S. 125 elementary student during Columbia Power Lunch. As an academic institution in New York City, various segments of the University have become involved with the New York City Public Schools. The following gives a sense of the breadth and depth of that involvement. Collaboration with area school districts: A number of new Columbia initiatives have been launched to enhance existing public school outreach and support. Many are forming as the University lays the groundwork for the new Columbia University School, a K-8 lab school that will contribute to the enhancement of area public schools. While the school is still in the planning stages (opening fall 2003 to 650 students), it is the University's hope that the relationships formed now will serve to link area public schools with Columbia-developed educational materials and academic expertise thereby enhancing teaching and learning in area public schools. To date a number of new initiatives have been established between Community School Districts (C.S.D.) 3, 5 and 2. A collaboration between C.S.D. #3 and Impact II, a non-profit organization with a 15-year history of successful professional development in New York City is expected to lead to a substantial private donation to C.S.D. #3. This gift will be used to fund an extensive faculty development program in the area of using new media in the curriculum. The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and/or the Institute for Learning Technologies will play a major role in the faculty development program. Website:
Extractions: District Of Columbia Management Information Systems School : A directory of information about schools that can help you decide which District of Columbia management information systems school is best for you. Schools that offer a management information degree are preparing you to become the chief information officer, or head of IT, of a company or other organization. A management information systems degree will allow you to design, implement, manage and leverage information technology applications. Courses will train you in databases, system analysis, infrastructure, programming, as well as business and management courses. Many management information systems degree programs are provided online and are therefore available anywhere. You are welcome to request information from more than one management information systems school in order to learn about the different aspects of their degree programs. Please check out the list of District of Columbia management information systems schools below.
Extractions: Home Advocacy State Fact Sheets for 2003 State Fact Sheets for 2001 State Population (1999) State Population for Children Under 18 (1999) State Poverty Rate (1999) State Poverty Rate for Children Under 18 (1999) In 1998, 9,862 children were reported as abused or neglected and referred for investigation in District of Columbia, a rate of 95.8 per 1,000 children in the population. In 1998, 4,916 children were substantiated or indicated as abused or neglected in District of Columbia, a rate of 47.7 per 1,000 children in the population. Of every 1,000 children in the population, 36.3 children were known to be neglected, 4 were physically abused, and 0.9 were sexually abused. In 1998, three children died as a result of abuse or neglect. In 1998, 3,211 children in District of Columbia lived apart from their families in out-of-home care. Of these, 28% of the children were age 5 or younger and 21% were 16 or older. Of the 766 children exiting out-of-home care in 1998, 28% were reunified with their birth families, and an additional 25% went home to relatives. In 1998, 96 children were legally adopted through the public child welfare agency in District of Columbia.
Extractions: Home Advocacy State Fact Sheets for 2003 State Fact Sheets for 2002 State Population (2000) State Population for Children Under 18 (2000) State Poverty Rate (2000) State Poverty Rate for Children Under 18 (2000) State Poverty Rate for Children Ages 5-17 (2000) The total number of TANF individual recipients in the District of Columbia decreased from 69,292 in August 1996 to 42,591 in June 2001, a decrease of 39%. The number of families receiving TANF in 2001 was 16,103, also a 37% decrease from 1996.
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Media : Media FAQs the Foundation awarded grants in 21 states and the district of columbia and will The Foundation supports schools and nonprofit organizations that provide http://www.bmtfoundation.com/bfa/us/public/en/media/mediafaqs.html
Extractions: The vision of the Beaumont Foundation of America (BFA) is to fulfill the promise of the Information Age by providing access to technology and the skills to use it. Based in Beaumont, TX, the Foundation grants Toshiba branded equipment to support digital inclusion for underserved individuals. The Foundation will grant approximately $350 million in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. 2. How was BFA established? BFA was created with funds generated by the settlement of a historic $2.1 billion class action lawsuit. The Foundation will use approximately $350 million in unclaimed settlement funds to provide state-of-the-art technology equipment to individuals, institutions and organizations in all 50 states. 3. Who is eligible to apply for grants?
Extractions: This field trip was organized by the American Youth Policy Forum and the National Youth Employment Coalition to learn about the implementation of the Youth Opportunity Initiative in Washington, DC. The trip focused on Workforce Investment Act Youth Opportunity Grant programming in Washington, DC, with visits to: District of Columbia Youth Opportunity Initiative Trip participants met with D.C. Department of Employment Services Youth Opportunity Program Director Michael Watts and D.C. Department of Employment Services Special Assistant to the Director Noel Meekins to discuss the implementation of the Youth Opportunity Initiative in Washington, DC. The D.C. Department of Employment Services (DOES) Youth Opportunity program was in its third year at the time of our visit. Each of the six YO sites has an area of expertise. For instance, the Latin American Youth Center features the YouthBuild program, Friendship House has media training and food handling programs, and Link and Learn has a technology focus. DOES provides additional expertise and support to its partners. For example, DOES recently linked with the AFL-CIO to create the Building Futures Program, providing 60 youth with an introduction to the building trades.
Grantees City University of New York (CUNY) Law school at Queens 212) 6783000 http//www.tc.columbia.edu/ For New Teachers Institutes work in district 5. $1,096,500 http://www.revsonfoundation.org/cgi-bin/revson2.cgi?action=listall