Boating Regulations By State Home study is accepted Florida boating regulations. Yes. Guam, No mandatory boating education requirements. hawaii, No mandatory boating education requirements. http://www.boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/stateregs.htm
Extractions: accepts boating safety certificates from other states and/or NASBLA-approved courses. Alabama Minimum age to operate 12. Boating license required - proctored exam required to obtain license. Non-residents may operate up to 45 days without a license. Alaska No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arizona No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arkansas No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A California No mandatory boating education laws. Minimum age to operate is 16. California boating information. Yes Colorado Colorado residents - age 14-15 - who operate PWCs required to complete boating safety course. Home study is not accepted for this age group. Yes Connecticut All operators of vessels registered in, or who own property in, CT must successfully complete an approved boating course or pass the CT challenge exam. PWC operators must take proctored, state-approved PWC classroom course regardless of residency. Other vessel operators may take the CT challenge exam. No Delaware Delaware residents born after 1/1/78 must complete an 8 hour boating course.
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Character Education Regulations 2101.1 Promote character education in hawaii by providing local partner initiatives a means to communicatate needs and goals, network, inform and locate resources. Character education Project. regulations 2101.1. Adopted 11/98 DEPARTMENT OF education CHARACTER education PROJECT. 475 22nd Avenue, Room 120, Honolulu, hawaii 96816 Email judy http://community.hei.com/civiled/doe_reg.html
Extractions: Site search Web search Character Education Project Adopted 11/98 All schools will implement a comprehensive approach to character education which defines character in cognitive, emotional and behavioral dimensions as indicated in the core ethical values; provides character building experiences through all phases of school life, including the formal and informal curriculum; is proactivecreating opportunities for teaching character as well as being responsive to teachable moments that spontaneously arise; provides students in each grade level with many and varied opportunities to practice respect and responsibility. Schools will collaborate with families and community members as partners in building character. Schools will hold all school members, adults and students alike, accountable to standards of conduct that are consistent with schools' professed core values.
Extractions: [Federal Register: September 19, 2003 (Volume 68, Number 182)] [Notices] [Page 54895-54897] From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [DOCID:fr19se03-57] Download: http://www.ed.gov/news/fedregister/ . To use PDF you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available free at this site. If you have questions about using PDF, call the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), toll free, at 1-888-293-6498; or in the Washington, DC, area at (202) 512-1530. Note: The official version of this document is published in the Federal Register. Free Internet access to the official edition of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations is available on GPO Access at: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/nara/index.html . (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number 84.027, Assistance to States for Education of Children with Disabilities). Dated: September 16, 2003. Robert H. Pasternack, Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services. [FR Doc. 03-23975 Filed 9-18-03; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4000-01-P
Extractions: State of Hawaii, Department of Land and Natural Resources Jump To Navigation Bar Ecommerce In an ongoing effort to make it easier to ineract with DLNR and its various agencies we have begun to provide online services. As part of a statewide contract with eHawaiiGov and others we will be providing many of our services and transactions on-line. Look for more in the near future. Camping and Hiking Camping and Hiking Links Outside of DLNR
Hawaii State Education Laws State Laws and regulations hawaii. Home education Magazine. Unschooling.com. State Information Files - Laws and regulations ****************************** Support groups can offer additional help http://www.home-ed-magazine.com/lawregs/hawaii.html
Extractions: State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups http://www.hawaii.gov/lrb/lib.html Submitted by Kathleen Sheets (TGthrngPlc@aol.com): Hawaii Homeschool Association- serving the island of Oahu. HHA is an inclusive group of homeschooling families. We are a diverse group from many backgrounds, with many different approaches to homeschooling. Our newsletter "The Gathering Place" is published bimonthly. A one year subscription is $10.00. For more information contact us via email at TGthrngPlc@aol.com
Extractions: Profile of Hawaii's Charter School Law Note : The following ranking and analysis reflects the state's law as of 2001. For the most recent state law profile, please contact the Center for Education Reform or order Charter School Laws Across the States: Ranking Score Card and Legislative Profiles from our Publications page Hawaii (1994; last amended in 2001) The 6th weakest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities State board of education (charter school review board) Eligible Applicants A group of teachers, any public school, community or any program within an existing school Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts Appeals Process Applications denied by the state review board may be appealed to the state board of education Formal Evidence of Local Support Required 60% of teachers, 60% of support staff, and 60% of parents at school must support Recipient of Charter The authors of the letter of intent for a new school or the board of an existing public school.
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Aiea High School Rules And Regulations of the State of hawaii and the County of residence. Moreover, students shall respect all rules, policies, and regulations of the Department of education and of http://ahs.aiea.k12.hi.us/rar.ahs
COPAA State Special Ed Resource Page Not all States have their education laws or regulations on the Internet http//doe.k12.hi.us/ hawaii Department of education Special education Section 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.
K-12 Education In Hawaii K12 education in hawaii. The State Department of education ( DOE) reaches nearly all of the public schools through either public broadcasting, cable access, or HITS. and distribution of the Internet into its classrooms. The regulations and the methods of connections for the schools can http://www2.hawaii.edu/~henc/page4.html
Extractions: The State Department of Education (DOE) reaches nearly all of the public schools through either public broadcasting, cable access, or HITS. It transmits many hours of live programming each week including direct-student instruction and several hours of teacher in-service programs from the Department of Education's studios ITV facilities on the islands of Maui and Oahu. The DOE offers a variety of classes such as Advanced Placement Calculus, which provides access to students in schools without a qualified calculus teacher, and KidScience-winner of the US Distance Learning Association's 1993 award-which provides over 12,000 students and their teachers with hands-on science experience with a master teacher. During the Spring of 1996 the Department of Education's Office of Information and Telecommunitions Services (OITS) will be implementing a major initiative known as the Electronic School . The Electronic School will provide direct services to students, teachers and administrators through the use of technology and the State's telecommunication infrastructure. The Electronic School's two pilot classes (Telecommunications and Advanced Guidance) are designed for secondary students to view at home in the late afternoon or early evening hours. Each class is offered for 1/2 credit (elective). Recently the DOE adopted rules relating to the use and distribution of the Internet into its classrooms. The regulations and the methods of connections for the schools can be found in the
Extractions: State: HAWAII STATE PLAN for VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Effective July 1, 2000 Submitted as part of Hawaii's Workforce Investment Act Unified State Plan and referred to as Chapter 4 Vocational Rehabilitation State Plan. This State Plan meets the requirements for both the State Plan for Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program and the State Plan Supplement for the State Supported Employment Services Program. STATE PLAN FOR THE STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES PROGRAM AND STATE PLAN SUPPLEMENT FOR THE STATE SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROGRAM STATE: HAWAII AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY TYPE: GENERAL BLIND COMBINED X SECTION 1: LEGAL BASIS AND STATE CERTIFICATIONS The DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (name of designated State agency or designated State unit) is authorized to submit this State plan under title I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended and its supplement under title VI, part B of the Act. As a condition for the receipt of Federal funds under title I, part B of the Act for the provision of vocational rehabilitation services, the DEPARMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (name of the designated State agency) agrees to operate and administer the State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program in accordance with the provisions of this State plan , the Act, and all applicable regulations , policies, and procedures established by the Secretary. Funds made available under section 111 of the Act are used solely for the provision of vocational rehabilitation services under title I and the administration of this State plan.
Innovations: Hawaii's Charter Schools students currently are enrolled in hawaii the hawaii Legislature last types of rules and guidelines, defaulting to Department of education regulations. http://www.ipcs.info/ipcs/islecharters04.html
Extractions: have their own set of rules Question: What are the rules regarding getting in to a charter school? It seems to me that there has been very little information about how charter schools are run, what the rules are regarding how they are administered, in other words, class sizes, entrance requirements, etc. Answer: The 25 charter schools in Hawaii are among nearly 3,000 schools nationwide that seek to provide flexible methods of instruction and innovative curriculum and programs within the public school arena. Charter schools are created by the legislatures in each state and receive state and federal funding, as well as money from other sources. While public charter schools in Hawaii are attached to the state Board of Education and have some connection to the Department of Education, each is overseen by its own school board, which hires its own principal. Charter schools have a degree of autonomy that other public schools don't have.
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Extractions: Provided by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, visitors can locate data in marine, continental, and polar environments across numerous data types and disciplines. Searching by dates, data types, regions, or missions specifics, researchers can access metadata summaries including the investigators, dates of records, locations, and data types available. Records provide links to more in-depth information about the research platform and the operator. The global bathymetry database allows users to observe maps and download grids. Census of Marine Life A "growing global network of researchers in more than 45 nations engaged in a ten-year initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life in the oceans past, present, and future." The site presents descriptions of and links to the network's projects, such as "Natural Geography in Shore Areas" and the "History of Marine Animal Populations." Available in several languages, including French, English, German, Japanese, and Spanish.
Extractions: The Department of Education is responsible for services for three to five year-old children with disabilities. Currently, there are approximately 1100 three to five year-old children with disabilities being served by the Department of Education in elementary school sites throughout the seven districts of the state of Hawaii. Comprehensive services are being provided in accordance with both Public Laws 94-142 and 99-457. All preschool students with disabilities are served based on the IEP developed at a team meeting. Many students are integrated with non-handicapped same-age peers, always in accordance with the IEP. The passage of P.L.99-457 has challenged states to commit to quality services and collaboration between agencies to provide the best possible services to preschool children with special needs. Critical attention is given to the needs of special education preschool teachers who will be delivering services to children and families. As needs are identified, technical assistance is provided and the development of new strategies considered.
Extractions: Search for: To All DOE Employees: This brochure has been prepared to reaffirm the State of Hawaii's non-discrimination policy, as well as Board of Education Policy #5513, which prohibits unlawful discrimination in all Department of Education schools and offices. The Board of Education's nondiscrimination policy (Policy #5513 and related regulations) applies to all DOE employees. All DOE schools and offices shall enforce the Board of Education's policy prohibiting unlawful discrimination. Administrators and supervisors must give serious attention to all complaints of unlawful discrimination, including complaints of sexual harassment. Each complaint must be investigated in a manner that is sensitive to the privacy rights of the complainant-victim. If such conduct is found to have occurred, prompt corrective action shall be taken to stop any unlawful behaviors and to ensure that further acts of harassment or other discrimination do not occur. Any DOE employee who violates the policy will be subject to discipline which will include suspension and termination in appropriate cases. In addition, employees violating the nondiscrimination policy may be subject to civil and/or criminal liability. Through the annual dissemination of this brochure, we hope to prevent the occurrence of incidents of sexual harassment or other discrimination by creating an awareness of the nondiscrimination rights of employees and students. However, its purpose is also to inform employees of the available avenues of redress when they believe they have been the subject of discriminatory practices.
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Extractions: Marine Recreational Fishing Laws and Regulations ME NH New Hampshire RI The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Assoc. [20... MA Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries - ... NY NY Fishing CT Connecticut Marine Fisheries Office NJ NJ/Federal Saltwater Fishing Regulations DE DNREC Online VA Virginia Marine Resources Commission MD Maryland Fishing: Regulations NC 2004 NC Recreational Coastal Waters Guide SC South Carolina Saltwater Rules GA Georgia DNR, Coastal Resources Division LA Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries AL Alabama Marine Resources Division Home Page MS Mississippi Saltwater Fishing Regulations TX Texas 2003-2004 Recreational Fishing: Contents FL Marine Fisheries Summarized Regulations AK Alaska Department of Fish and Game CA California Sport Fishing Regulations WA WDFW Fishing in Washington OR Oregon ODFW - Regulations HI Hawaii Fishing Regulations