Extractions: You are here: Home e've collected a small, but growing, list of educational links on the Internet. Know of a good site? Send us a link Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) State Chapters of CASE: Arizona Council of Administrators of Special Education (AZ CASE) California Council of Administrators of Special Education (CEC Chapter 538) Connecticut Council of Administrators of Special Education Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education (GCASE) of course :) Idaho Association of Special Education Administrators IASEA Illinois Alliance of Administrators of Special Education (IAASE) Indiana Council of Administrators of Special Education (ICASE) Kentucky Council of Administrators of Special Education (KyCASE) ... Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services (WCASS) Georgia Resources: Advancing Education, Inc. ARCHE Association of Retarded Citizens Autism Society Of America Georgia Chapter ... University of Georgia Department of Educational Leadership Georgia Government Contact the Governor
Middle GA RESA in service districts throughout the State of georgia. The agencies were established for the purpose of assist the State Department of education in promoting http://www.mgresa.org/
Extractions: The Middle Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) is one of 16 regional educational service agencies strategically located in service districts throughout the State of Georgia. The agencies were established for the purpose of sharing services designed to improve the effectiveness of the educational programs of member school systems. In addition, the RESAs assist the State Department of Education in promoting its initiatives. The RESAs inform systems of innovation and gather research on programs as needed.
GSSA - 12/05/1999 Education Reform - Georgia Style People org's Publications created to reform public education in georgia, convened on Monday, June or through, the three education agencies, the University System, the Technical http://www.gssanet.org/new/n200013.html
Extractions: News Govt Aff Calendar People ... 99-2000 Sessions Current News from GAEL and GSSA Education Reform - Georgia Style Date Reported: 12/05/1999 During the past six months, the Governor's Education Reform Study Commission and the Governor's education policy team have been working busily to develop proposals that can be embraced in education reform legislation which will provide the framework for significantly improving student academic performance and which will improve schools and schooling in general in the State of Georgia. The full Commission last met on November 15 to report on the issues which they have been addressing and to propose a variety of alternatives for dealing with those issues. In addressing the GSBA/GSSA Annual Conference the Governor gave indications of the some the proposals he is considering. The final meeting of the Commission for 1999 is scheduled for December 16 at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel ostensibly for the purpose of hearing the Governor's response to the work of the Commission. Over the next several days we will review some of the products of the commission's work and some of the statements that have been made by the Governor which may give some insight into what will be proposed by the Governor for consideration by the General Assembly when it convenes in January. In this first article, we revisit the words of the Governor at the first meeting of the Commission.
GADOE.org - Georgia's School Improvement Program The School Improvement Division will work collaboratively with georgias Regional education Service agencies (RESAs) to support LEAs with schools not making http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/support/improvement/about.asp
Extractions: Home Pubilc Schools School Improvement EDUCATION IN GEORGIA State Superintendent State Board of Education No Child Left Behind Act State Education Rules Performance Standards Quality Core Curriculum Testing Programs Education Report Card SCHOOLS IN GEORGIA School Safety Student Nutrition Facilities Transportation State Schools Charter Schools Home Schools Private Schools CURRICULUM Instruction Agriculture Education Technology/Career Ed. Testing Programs Exceptional Students Limited English (ESOL) SCHOOL SUPPORT Excellence Recognition Counseling School Improvement Honors and Awards INSIDE DOE DOE/SBOE Newsroom Employment Finances/Budget Policy/External Affairs Information Technology Georgia's School Improvement Program On July 1, 2003 the Georgia Department of Education (GDOE) created the School Improvement Division in the Office of Teacher and Student Support. Our Mission: To design and implement a coherent and sustained statewide system of support and process for improvement, providing local education agencies (local school systems, herein referred to as LEAs) and schools in Georgia with tools and resources as well as intensive support for schools not making Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). The School Improvement Division will work collaboratively with Georgias Regional Education Service Agencies (RESAs) to support LEAs with schools not making AYP.
NEGA RESA - Org's - State Agencies State Government. State agencies. Name. H/P Department of education. H/P. Atlanta, GA. Fulton. georgia Professional Standards Northeast georgia RESA. Janice McLeroy email@example.com http://www.negaresa.org/org221.html
Extractions: News Govt Aff Calendar People ... 99-2000 Sessions Current News from GAEL and GSSA AASA Discover Card Program announces Georgia Winners! Date Reported: 05/26/2000 NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: May 26, 2000 Nikki Chase firstname.lastname@example.org DISCOVER CARD TRIBUTE AWARD SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM TO AWARD OVER $1,000,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS NATIONWIDE Georgia Area High School Juniors Win Scholarships for Continuing Education Riverwoods, Ill. May 26, 2000 Discover Card is awarding over one million dollars in scholarships to high school juniors as part of the Discover Card Tribute Award Scholarship program this year. Given in cooperation with the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), scholarships are awarded to high school juniors that have reached beyond academic achievement. These high school juniors, selected from a pool of nearly 7,500 applicants, are recognized for excelling in areas beyond scholastics. While students must maintain a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average to qualify, they must also demonstrate accomplishments in four of five areas: special talents, leadership, obstacles overcome, unique endeavors, and community service.
2000 Annual Report - Occupational Research Group The College of education UGA. Occupational Research Group. SUMMARY OF MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS. The org coordinated 11 funded projects totaling $1 209 106 in contract and grant support. agencies involved with workforce education in georgia; initiated contract with DTAE with potential for annual continuation of workforce education research by org http://www.coe.uga.edu/annual_report/2000/lll/org.html
Extractions: O ccupational R esearch G roup SUMMARY OF MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS ORG faculty made presentations at 5 national meetings and 8 state professional association meetings. They published articles in 3 refereed journals, 1 monograph to disseminate ORG research. PROGRESS IN STRATEGIC PLANNING PROGRESS IN ASSESSING UNIT/AREA EFFECTIVENESS State agencies continue to approach ORG to request assistance with evaluation projects for educational initiatives in the state, based on past ORG work. The federal funding agency project director has provided positive feedback on UGA's role in the Contextual Teaching and Learning project and USDE requested project faculty and leaders to present at national conferences on education.The regional school-to-work collaborative group reported use of ORG needs assessment data reports in their planning, development, and funding activities. These incidents well illustrate the high regard with which ORG is held among its key stakeholders.
Education & Instruction: The Riley Guide a nationwide nonprofit org for the public officials leading of these agencies, check out information on education standards and of Human Resources, georgia Department of education http://www.rileyguide.com/educate.html
Extractions: College / University Administration K-12 and Other Instructional Opportunities ... Instructional Technology You may also be interested in . Information on Music Education is also available. Library and Media specialists will want to review additional resources under Top of Page Re-envisioning the Ph.D.: Ph.D. Resources
Departments GAICTE requests that the staff of the georgia Professional Standards programs at institutions of higher education (IHEs), local education agencies (LEAs), and http://www.gaicte.org/
Georgia First Amendment Foundation georgia law enforcement agencies can charge up to $20 for individual the many articles in this issue of georgia FOI Access education Secrecy s on the agenda. http://www.gfaf.org/
Extractions: The latest news ... Randolph County indictment School officials admonished for their handling of Georgia open meetings and open records matters. (more...) Matrix database Georgia Bureau of Investigation cuts all ties to database; Governor Sonny Perdue had to issue second order to act. (more...) GFAF newsletter now exclusively online Georgia F.O.I. Access to appear entirely as an Internet web site. (more...) Kathryn Allen named Open Government Coordinator Will be "pushing the buttons" of Georgia public officials about open government "until someone tells me to stop." (more...) Open government tips Title IX athletic reports available from Georgia Department of Education (more...) Training manuals in use by government agencies How do open government manuals measure up? (more...)
Extractions: (G) = governing board Jump to: AK - Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education AK - University of Alaska System AL - Alabama Commission on Higher Education AR - Arkansas Department of Higher Education AZ - Arizona Board of Regents CA - California Postsecondary Education Commission CO - Colorado Commission on Higher Education CT - Connecticut Department of Higher Education DC - D.C. Office of Postsecondary Education DE - Delaware Higher Education Commission FL - Florida Board of Education GA - Georgia Board of Regents HI - Hawaii Board of Regents IA - Board of Regents, State of Iowa ID - Idaho Office of the State Board of Education IL - Illinois Board of Higher Education IN - Indiana Commission for Higher Education KS - Kansas Board of Regents KY - Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education LA - Louisiana Board of Regents MA - Massachusetts Board of Higher Education MD - Maryland Higher Education Commission ME - University of Maine System MI - State of Michigan: Dept. of Career Development (not a SHEEO member)
GHSA Home Page Head Start agencies in georgia have formed partnerships georgia Head Start has 118 centers accredited by the National Association for the education of Young http://www.georgiaheadstart.org/
Extractions: Georgia Head Start Association Resolution Adopted July 11, 2003 Congratulations to our National Head Start Association Hall of Fame Members from Georgia !!! Patsy Thomas, Head Start Director Clarence E. Billups, Executive Director Ninth District Opportunity, Inc. Concerted Services, Inc. The National Head Start Association inducted 30 members into the 30 Year Hall of Fame at the Opening Session of the NHSA Conference in New York City, May 2003. All of the Hall of Fame inductees are outstanding individuals who have contributed greatly to the success and progress of Head Start. A permanent plaque, in tribute to these members, will be displayed at the NHSA headquarters. Two of those honored are from Georgia and we could not be prouder that Patsy Thomas, Head Start Director of Ninth District Opportunity, Inc. and Clarence Billups, Executive Director of Concerted Services, Inc. , are members of this elite group. Our hearty congratulations and sincere thanks for the positive impact you have had on Head Start by improving the quality of care for children and their families.
NASW Georgia Chapter programs, schools, and public and private agencies. NASWGA s Continuing education Application and Mailing List Click on georgia Legislative Session Updates to http://www.naswga.org/
Extractions: The National Association of Social Workers is the largest organization of professional social workers with 155,000 members nationwide, over 2,600 of which are members of the Georgia Chapter. NASW-GA promotes the image and interests of professional social workers and the people served by them. Georgia's social workers practice in a variety of settings including family service agencies, community mental health centers, hospitals, employee assistance programs, schools, and public and private agencies. If you are a professional social worker, we invite you to join us and take advantage of the many opportunities for continuing education, professional growth and recognition, and leadership development through the Georgia Chapter. 2004 Annual Conference Workshop Proposals The 2004 Annual Conference Planning Committee has begun the planning process for this year's conference. If you are interested in being considered as a workshop presenter, and missed the May 1 call for presentations deadline
Schools public school programs, community groups and other agencies. AASD is accredited by the georgia Accrediting Commission, Inc., the conference of education. http://www.gadeaf.org/schools.htm
Extractions: Schools We need some mainstreaming schools here, anyone with information, please call the GAD. Georgia School for the Deaf 232 Perry Farm Rd. SW, Cave Spring, Georgia 30124 The Georgia School for the Deaf, located in Cave Spring, Georgia, is a state operated residential school for students with a hearing impairment. It is open to legal residents of Georgia. Day school admission is available to students ages 3 to 21. Eligible students must have a measured audiometric heading loss of 55 dB or greater in the better ear. Its support services include Equine Therapy, Psychological/Psychiatric Testing and Follow-Up, Education/Developmental Diagnosis, Language/Communication Evaluation, Speech/Speechreading, Physical/Occupational Therapy, Augmentative Communication, Hearing/Vision Screening, and Social/Emotional Support. Its communication philosophy is that GSD recognizes the need of all disabled individuals to live in an accessible environment for deaf/hard-of-hearing children and adults including the elimination of barriers to communication.
Aging services provided in the Heart of georgia Altamaha area occurs with a variety of agencies to identify Health screenings and community education are provided for http://www.hogardc.org/HOGA/aging.htm
Extractions: The Heart of Georgia Altamaha RDC Area Agency on Aging (AAA), part of the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Regional Development Center, was designated by the Georgia Division of Aging Services, to address the needs and concerns of older individuals in a seventeen county planning and service area. The Area Agency on Aging has an advisory council, comprised primarily of older persons, to review and comment on all programs affecting the elderly. Our role as the Area Agency on Aging is to plan, coordinate, and advocate for the development of a comprehensive service delivery system to meet the short and long term needs of person sixty years of age or older in the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Area. We accomplish this by working with federal, state, and local officials; elderly constituents; service providers; and the private voluntary sector to coordinate existing services and to develop new services. The Area Agency on Aging identifies the needs of the elderly and creates plans for meeting those needs through a system of in-home and community-based services which enable our customers to maintain their independence and dignity. The following is a list of services provided in the Heart of Georgia Altamaha area.
Consumer World: Consumer Agencies georgia Consumers Insurance Advocate; Hawaii selected of Consumer Agency Administrators (NACAA); National Assn Center for Financial education; National Charities http://www.consumerworld.org/pages/agencies.htm
Extractions: I n response to the challenge of business and industry to successfully operate a climate of intensified global competition, the Office of Technical Education placed expanded focus on the creation and maintenance of partnerships, collaboratives and strategic alliances which are designed to encompass a full range of training and education programs and ensure ease of access to workers and employers. Such a partnership between business, industry and government could help to develop a workforce investment system and ensure ease of access to workers and employers, encompass a full range of training and education programs, and respond to the local market. Mission The mission of Workforce Development is to create and manage partnerships, collaboratives, and strategic alliances which are designed to encompass a full range of training and educational programs, respond to local and state market needs and contribute to the economic, educational and community development of Georgia. Functions
SchoolGrants Links - Federal Agencies an independent executive branch agency of the SERVE (Southeastern Regional Vision for education). States Served Alabama, Florida, georgia, Mississippi, North http://www.schoolgrants.org/Links/fed_agencies.htm
Extractions: Index to Grant Opptys Sample Proposals ... Join the SchoolGrants Team! Links - Federal Agencies G et into the habit of regularly checking the various federal Web sites. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as other useful data. If you know of links that should be included here, please let me know . If you encounter a "dead" link, I would appreciate it if you would let me know - please include the Web page on which you encountered the problem so I can find it to correct it. (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.) Federal Agencies Regional Educational Laboratories Federal Agencies Department of Education Education Publications Related to ESEA Programs