Alternative Schools In Louisiana Alternative Schools in LouisianaPARISH SCHOOL/PROGRAM CONTACT PUBLIC/ NONPUBLIC Acadia Acadia Parish Alternative School Brenda Savoie ( 337) 7837188 Public 8 ½ Ninth Grade Transition Program Roderick LaFosse ( http://www.lcet.doe.state.la.us/doe/department/Altsch.pdf
Extractions: Administered in the Division of Family, Career and Technical Education, the purpose of Alternative Schools/Programs is to provide students at-risk of dropping out of school an alternative to regular education. The Division promotes reform, innovation, and continuous improvement in alternative education to ensure that students acquire the skills and knowledge they need to meet challenging State academic standards and to prepare for a successful future. LEAs are required to offer Alternative Schools/Programs under R.S. 17:7.5.
State Departments Of Education And Alternatives Schools State Departments of Education. and alternative schools. Alabama. Alabama State Department of Education Kentucky State Data Center. Lousiana. louisiana State Department of Education http://www.criminology.fsu.edu/jjclearinghouse/jjeducation.html
New Public Schools State Search Results louisiana STATE PENITENTIARY SSD 1, 2280100, 01621, GENERAL DELIVERY, ANGOLA, LA, MOREHOUSE alternative SCHOOL, 2201110, 01552, PO BOX 1021, BASTROP, LA, 71221, (318) 281 http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/commonfiles/stateresults.asp?state=22
Extractions: site index ED.gov Home Publications ... Data Download Page 8 of 11 Table of Contents Executive Summary Introduction Availabality and enrollment in public alternative schools and programs for student at risk of education failure Alternative schools and programs for students at risk fo education failure. Entrance and exit criteria ... References Sample Selection Information from the pilot study helped guide the allocation of the total sample to the two major categories of districts: districts that reported alternative schools in the CCD and those that did not report alternative schools in the CCD. Within each category, the samples were further allocated to district size strata (less than 2,500, 2,500 to 9,999, 10,000 or more) in rough proportion to the aggregate square root of the enrollment in the stratum. The sampling frame was also ordered by metropolitan status (urban, suburban, rural) and region (Northeast, Southeast, Central, West) to induce additional implicit stratification. Within each primary stratum, districts were selected systematically and with equal probabilities. The sampling frame constructed consisted of 14,619 regular public school districts during the 199899 school year. After the stratum sample sizes were determined, a final sample of 1,609 districts was systematically selected from the sorted file using independent random starts. The 50 states and the District of Columbia were included in the sample, while school districts in the outlying U.S. territories were excluded. Districts are of three types: unified, secondary, and elementary. Unified districts serve students across all grade levels and comprised 83 percent of the total sample (table A-1). Secondary districts comprised 2 percent, and elementary districts (i.e., serving grades no higher than grade 8) comprised 15 percent of the sample.
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Louisiana Department Of Education alternative schools. Overview. Although alternative schools and programs have been in existence in louisiana List of alternative schools in louisiana. This application is in Adobe http://www.lcet.doe.state.la.us/doe/department/Altsch.html
Extractions: Alternative School vs. Alternative Program Alternative School - a separate school specifically created to meet student needs that cannot typically be met in a regular school/program. An alternative school has its own identity, site code, and unique location. The students, when located there, must be removed from the rolls of the school that they were attending and place on the rolls of the alternative school. Alternative Program - a curriculum and method of instruction designed for students whose academic needs are not being met by the regular school. Programs are located at the regular school; thus, a program does not have its own site code, and the students are still enrolled at the regular school. For more information on Alternative Schools in Louisiana contact Dr. Eloise Perez at (225) 342-3515 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
SEDL - Insights... Alternative Learning Environments alternative Learning Environments. In This Issue have enacted legislation mandating alternative education. Arkansas, louisiana, and Texas require every school to understand if and how alternative schools help students in atrisk http://www.sedl.org/policy/insights/altlearn9512.html
Extractions: December 1995 In light of recent legislative action mandating alternative education in several states in SEDL's Southwestern Region, this issue of INSIGHTS focuses on alternative programs for students at-risk of educational failure. It attempts to illuminate the underlying goals of creating alternative learning environments, and explores the implications of current research for designing effective programs and schools. As alternative environments are implemented, policymakers are encouraged to assess the impact of alternative programs on the rest of the educational system and to consider their potential role in broader school reform. Alternative Learning Environments-SUMMARY "Alternative education is a perspective, not a procedure or program. It is based upon the belief that there are many ways to become educated, as well as many types of environments and structures within which this may occur. Further, it recognizes that all people can be educated and that it is in society's interest to ensure that all are educated to at least...[a] general high school... level. To accomplish this requires that we provide a variety of structures and environments such that each person can find one that is sufficiently comfortable to facilitate progress." (Morley, 1991, p. 8) Morley's definition implies that the primary goal of alternative education is to help young people become productive members of society. Furthermore, it assigns a large part of the responsibility for achieving that goal to the school system, suggesting that schools meet students' differing needs rather than expect them to conform to one particular educational environment. Alternative education proponents and other education reformers certainly view this goal as an important one (Morley, 1991; Raywid, 1994b). A long history of educational initiatives for students facing challenging situations is evidence of the belief in helping all students succeed.
Extractions: Select a Program Introducing Arts Education Expanding the Role of the Arts Specialist Teaching Dance Teaching Music Teaching Theatre Teaching Visual Art Developing an Arts-Based Unit Working With Local Artists Collaborating With a Cultural Resource Bringing Artists to Your Community Students Create a Multi-Arts Performance Borrowing from the Arts To Enhance Learning Three Leaders at Arts-Based Schools Leadership Team Kathy DeJean, dance teacher, Lusher Alternative Elementary School, New Orleans, Louisiana Marti Dumas, fifth-grade teacher, Lusher Alternative Elementary School, New Orleans, Louisiana Stephen Gonzales, district arts coordinator, Denver Public Schools, Denver, Colorado ( Interview Kathleen Hurstell Riedlinger, principal, Lusher Alternative Elementary School, New Orleans, Louisiana Martha Rodriguez-Torres, principal, P.S. 156, The Waverly School of the Arts, Brooklyn, New York Barrett Jackson, string specialist, Harmony Leland Elementary School, Mableton, Georgia Sandra McGary-Ervin
LouisianaSchools louisiana CHARTER schools PROVISIONS Brief History The charter school movement has roots in a number of other reform ideas, from alternative schools, to site http://afrikanalouisiana.com/laschools/
List Of Democratic Schools louisiana New Orleans Free School (New Orleans). Maine The Community School Valley Sudbury School (West Hurley); The Scarsdale alternative School (Scarsdale); http://www.educationrevolution.org/lisofdemscho.html
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Extractions: Select An Area Accountability Achievement Caring, Safe Environment for Learning Community Involvement Employees Enrollment Facilities Finance Governance Recognition School Calendar Schools and Curriculum The St. Tammany Parish Public School System provides a caring environment for learning, a challenging and relevant curriculum, innovative instruction and solid student achievement. Constant commitment to improvement and to high performance has made the System a leader in the State of Louisiana, by all major standards of educational excellence. Enrollment St. Tammany Parish (county) has ranked as one of the fastest growing counties in the United States during the past decade. Current enrollment in the School System is approximately 35,500 students, compared to an enrollment of about 27,000 in 1990. The family atmosphere, clean environment and strong, community-supported public school system attract newcomers to the area from all parts of the country. The diversity of natives and newcomers keeps schools dynamic and expands learning opportunities for students. For specific school enrollment figures