Maryland Information Technology Center (MITC) Located in Rockville on the campus of the University of maryland. Works in coordination with state and local agencies, academic institutions, and industry to promote the widest possible employment of modern technology in education and economic development. http://www.mitc.org/
Extractions: event calendar JAN 4, 2003 FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION KICK-OFF UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK, MD MAR 13, 2003 FIRST ROBOTICS TRIALS CHESAPEAKE REGIONAL, HALSEY FIELD HOUSE, ANNAPOLIS, MD MAR 14-15, 2003 FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION - CHESAPEAKE REGIONAL, HALSEY FIELD HOUSE, ANNAPOLIS, MD APR 10-12, 2003 FIRST ROBOTICS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, RELIANT PARK HOUSTON, TX AUG 22-SEPT 1, 2003 MARYLAND STATE FAIR AND NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, FIRST INVITATIONAL COMPETITION DEC 3-4, 2003 MARYLAND TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE - BALTIMORE CIVIC CENTER navigation ABOUT MITC Maryland Technology Showcase where Maryland business, government and education highlight current information technologies The FIRST Robotics Competition is an exciting, nationwide competition that teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way. MITC will be hosting the Maryland event, C lick to read more about Maryland Information Technology Center, Inc. 9630 Gudelsky Drive, USM Shady Grove Campus, Rockville, MD 20850-3480
WC-Link Home Public information network for Washington County, maryland. Includes links to government, education, news, nonprofit agencies, public service agencies, recreation, and arts and entertainment. http://www.wc-link.org/
CADRE of Administrative Hearings Judith Finn Plymyer The maryland Office of strategies in selected locations, and whether local education agencies received adequate http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/index.cfm
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C-SPAN: CONGRESS GUIDE -- Agencies CSPAN Radio. C-SPAN.org. Video Library agencies Supreme Court. Department of education. E-Mailcustomerservice@inet.ed.gov 0689. Address 400 maryland Ave SW. Washington, DC 20202 http://www.congress.org/c-span/dbq/officials/agencies?id=4184
The DRM Regional Resource Directory: Maryland maryland State and Area agencies and Programs Center for Technology in education Learning Independence Through Computers (LINC) maryland Technology Assistance http://www.disabilityresources.org/MARYLAND.html
Extractions: Home Subjects States Librarians ... Contact Us The DRM Regional Resources Directory (States) Maryland - The Old Line State Updated 12/2001 State Index About / Hints / Link General See also Developmental Disabilities Multi-Service Agencies Family Net Works [added 1/10/02] Maryland Association of Community Services Maryland Governor's Office for Individuals with Disabilities (OID) Maryland Share Advocacy and Legal Rights ADA Information Center of the Mid-Atlantic Region Disability Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Maryland DORS Client Assistance Program (CAP) Maryland Disability Law Center ... National Resources Aging AARP in Maryland ElderWeb: Maryland Maryland Department of Aging U.S. Administration on Aging - Maryland: State and Area Agencies and Programs ... National Resources Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer's Association Central Maryland Chapter National Resources Arthritis Arthritis Foundation - Maryland Directory National Resources Arts Maryland Arts Access Maryland Governor's Advisory Committee on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities VSA Arts Affiliate - Maryland National Resources Assistive Technology CURE Network John Hopkins University - Center for Technology in Education Learning Independence Through Computers (LINC) Maryland Technology Assistance Program (MDTAP) ... National Resources Autism Autism Society of America Anne Arundel County [added 5/24/02] Howard County Chapter [updated 5/24/02] Montgomery County Maryland Chapter [added 5/24/02]
Extractions: By Ricki Sabia When Stephen was born, five weeks prematurely, on February 16, 1992, we should have realized that his life, and ours, was going to be full of surprises. The next day, the doctors diagnosed Stephen with Down syndrome and told us that he had a hole in his heart that would require surgery. We were scared and devastated and didn't think we could handle any more surprises. What we didn't realize was that Stephen had a lot of positive surprises in store for us and for any one else who tried to underestimate him. A month later it was the cardiologist's turn to be surprised, when he discovered that the hole in Stephen's heart had spontaneously closed. This was the first of many times that Stephen has defied the predictions of medical and educational professionals. In this way, Stephen has challenged us to expose him to as many experiences and opportunities as we offer his older brother, David. We achieve this goal by including Stephen with his typical peers in all kinds of activities: swimming, bowling, little league baseball, religion classes, and last but not least an education with his friends in the neighborhood school. Inclusion in social activities has been easy because of the athletic skills Stephen has learned from his father and brother. Unfortunately, the inclusive education has not been as simple to provide. We started out believing that it would be better to put him in a different elementary school where there was a special education program designed to support inclusion. This was not our neighborhood school, but it was only a fifteen-minute drive away and we convinced ourselves that the distance wasn't important.
Www.AllCoNet.org State Offices Affiliated agencies. of Social Services; Bureau of Mines; maryland Cooperative Extension Development Council; Department of education Division of http://www.allconet.org/
Extractions: www.AllCoNet.org FAQs SiteMap AllCoNet Home Welcome to AllCoNet.org Section Links What is A2? AllCoNet2 objectives Current Clients Recent Events Launch Phase1 Media Highlights Marconi Case Study UCN Case Study Alvarion Case Study Telephony Magazine ... AllCoNet Photo Album ALLCONET is the Intranet for Allegany County. Consisting of a partnership of government and non-profit entities. ALLCONET is a creative and innovative approach to meeting the information needs of our schools, government agencies, and communities. ALLCONET is committed to being self-servicing, and dedicated to employing the newest available technology to improve service, while containing costs. The ALLCONET Infrastructure is an IP based high speed Intranet providing the security of a world class firewall, the stability and speed of a fully monitored microwave network. ALLCONET provides a virtually unlimited IP space and any and all Internet services including DNS/RDNS, SLAPD, POP/IMAP, NNTP and hosting services. ALLCONET is fast, stable, and secure. What is A2?
MCCTES education Studies is operated by the Baltimore Museum of Industry with guidance and funding support from maryland Local education agencies, The maryland State http://www.mcctes.org/
Extractions: Technology Education Studies Registration and Advisement Registration for the summer session will take place on-line through the UMES website. You must have an email account from UMES to do this. To obtain an email account contact Bob Gray (410-685-1648) firstname.lastname@example.org Registration and Advisement for the Summer Session courses will be held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on March 30 to April 1 3:00 to 5:00 P.M. The Summer Session will begin on May 31 and end on July 2. Classes will meet on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 5:00 - 8:00 P.M. Application for Annual Conference Participation Preparing the Next Generation for Technological Literacy The mission of the Maryland Center for Career and Technology Education Studies is to provide leadership and support to local education agencies, educators and community organizations in the development of competent and appropriately educated and certified Career and Technology Education teachers and administrators. The Maryland Center serves to facilitate cooperation among and between local education agencies, the Maryland State Department of Education, the University of Maryland System, community organizations and businesses. The Center develops, organizes and conducts activities meeting teacher education needs, and promotes the growth of Career and Technology Education in Maryland.
National Disability Organizations And Agencies National Disability organizations and agencies. HOME. WHO WE ARE fax, email@example.com, Web site www.c-c-d.org NIDRR), Department of education, 400 maryland Ave. SW, Washington http://www.pacer.org/national/ndoa.htm
Extractions: HOME WHO WE ARE LINKS PUBLICATIONS ... GUEST BOOK ABLEDATA , 8630 Fenton St., Silver Springs, MD 20910, (301) 608-8998, (800) 227-0216, (301) 608-8912 TTY, (301) 608-8958 fax, firstname.lastname@example.org , Web site: www.abledata.com (Database for assistive technology. Provides referral information on assistive technology products.) Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing , 3417 Volta Place NW, Washington, DC 20007, (202) 337-5220 TTY, (202) 337-8314 fax, email@example.com , Web site: www.agbell.org Alliance (Technical Assistance Alliance for Parent Centers, c/o PACER) , 8161 Normandale Blvd., Minneapolis, MN 55437-1044, (952) 838-9000, (800) 537-2237, (952) 838-0199 Fax, (952) 838-0190 TTY, firstname.lastname@example.org , Web site: www.taalliance.org (Provides assistance to 100 federally funded parent centers.) Alliance for Infants and Toddlers, Inc. , 2801 Custer Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15227. Contact: Michele Myers-Cepika (412) 885-6111x133, (412) 885-1688
Maryland Department Of Juvenile Services www.djs.state.md.us/org.html officeofthesecretary state.md.us. education SERVICES. Wanda M maryland Constitutional Offices agencies. maryland Departments. maryland Independent agencies http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/19djj/html/djj.html
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)
Maryland Military Department of maryland and is in a co operative agreement between the maryland National Guard distance education, computer based. universities, other State agencies, tele http://www.mdmildep.org/
Consumer World: Consumer Agencies maryland s Office of People s Advocate (utility advocate of Consumer Agency Administrators (NACAA); National Center for Financial education; National Charities http://www.consumerworld.org/pages/agencies.htm
Tech Council Of Maryland Licensing and Regulation, local economic development agencies, maryland community colleges and universities, and other post secondary education institutions. http://www.mdhitech.org/Workforce/
Extractions: The Partnership for Workforce Quality (PWQ) PWQ provides matching skill training grants and support services targeted to improve the competitive position of small and mid-sized manufacturing and technology companies. PWQ grants are used to increase the skills of existing workers for new technologies and production processes, improve employee productivity and increase employment stability. PWQ matching grants are made directly to companies as well as to manufacturing, software industry and ISO 9000 consortia programs. For assistance, call DBED's regional offices The Partnership also provides matching grants to the following consortia programs to make the work of building high-performance companies more affordable and effective: the Maryland ISO Consortium Program , the Maryland World Class Manufacturing Consortium , and the Maryland Software Industry Consortium Maryland Community Colleges' Business Training Network (MCCBTN) MCCBTN is a "one-stop shop" for employers/businesses interested in workforce training at Maryland's 16 community colleges. Courses, locations, schedules, and tuition - and information on customized programs - are all available at www.marylandtraining.com
Maryland (Reentry) are not being met by state and local education agencies. is available at www.nyec.org/pepnet/awardees maryland ReEntry Partnership Initiative City Hall, Room http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/reentry/sar/md.html
Extractions: Maryland Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Grantee State Agency Contacts Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative Grantee Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (Amount: $2,000,000*) The Maryland Department of Public Safety will enhance and expand an existing reentry initiative currently being implemented in targeted neighborhoods throughout the City of Baltimore. Marylands reentry program will focus on both juvenile and adult offenders. The program will continue its extensive collaboration with correctional, employment, social services, mental health, and supervision agencies. It will provide services that include substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, transitional housing assistance, faith-based interventions, workforce development, educational services, vocational training, life skills training, employment assistance, victim impact training, community service, and intensive case management and supervision. Local contact: Patricia Allen, 4105853303.
ITC Home Dean, Sciences and Mathematics, University of maryland University College, higher education institutions, state or local education agencies, foundations, museums http://www.itcnetwork.org/
Education Of Homeless Children And Youth Only 3% of all local education agencies receive McKinney funds of Compensatory education Programs, US Department of education, 1250 maryland Ave., SW http://www.nationalhomeless.org/edchild.html
Extractions: Published by the National Coalition for the Homeless, July 2001 This fact sheet examines the barriers to public education faced by homeless children and youth, the progress states have made in removing those barriers, and current policy issues. A list of resources for further study is also provided. Homeless children are by most accounts among the fastest growing segments of the homeless population. Families with children constitute approximately 40% of people who become homeless (U.S. Conference of Mayors, 2001). These proportions are likely to be higher in rural areas; research indicates that families, single mothers, and children make up the largest group of people who are homeless in rural areas (Vissing, 1996). Recent evaluations of the EHCY program reveal that while much progress has been made in ensuring homeless children's access to education, many barriers remain (see America's Homeless Children: Will Their Future Be Different?
Extractions: Mission Statement MAACCE is a nonprofit organization providing leadership in Maryland for those interested in advancing education as a lifelong process. MAACCE provides a central forum for a wide variety of adult, community and continuing education groups and encourages organizations and agencies in Maryland to cooperate in a broad spectrum of educational programs and activities in support of the lifelong learning concept.
Browse Agencies Browse agencies The Arc of Southern maryland provides supports and services for the education, empowerment, employment and independence of people with http://www.volunteersolutions.org/vsm/org/
Extractions: http://www.accokeek.org By blending history, ecology, economics and conservation, the Accokeek Foundation strives to teach land stewardship and sustainable use of natural resources, as well as interpret the natural and cultural heritage of the Tidewater Potomac. The National Colonial Farm, the Ecosystem Farm, and other Foundation activities exemplify the agricultural, preservation and more Adult Day Care of Calvert County, Inc. http://www.adcofcalvertcounty.org Provide quality and affordable care for the elderly and disabled of Calvert County. ( more Adult Daycare of Calvert County, Inc. To provide care for the elderly and disabled of Calvert County while providing respite to family and caregivers. ( more AHC Inc. of Arlington, VA http://www.ahcinc.org AHC Inc. exists to preserve the supply of affordable housing for low- and moderate income families and individuals living in the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area, especially Arlington VA, and to ensure that apartment complexes and single family homes developed or owned by AHC Inc. enhance the quality of life in the more Alice Ferguson Foundation/Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Education Center
Browse Agencies Browse agencies of maryland s leading employers who have made a commitment to support education reform and improve student achievement throughout maryland. http://www.volunteersolutions.org/bvu-maryland/org/by_letter_M_1.html
Extractions: Page 1 of 3 in the M's MADAY Maryland School Page 25 of 43 overall Back A B C ... L M N O P Q R S T U ... Y Z All Next Keywords: MADAY No description provided ( more Madison Ave Family Life Center Part of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland focuses on early intervention with families with children under six years old, provides home-based family services, provides comprehensive services that address a range of family needs for families with children under four years of age. Health and human service professionals more March of Dimes, Central MD Chapter The mission of the MArch of Dimes is to prevent birth defects and infant mortality. ( more Martin Pollak Project No description provided ( more Maryland Art Place - MD - Baltimore http://www.mdartplace.org Maryland Art Place (MAP) is a non-profit center for contemporary art established in 1981 to: develop and maintain a dynamic environment for regional artists to exhibit their work, nurture and promote new ideas and new forms, and facilitate rewarding exchanges between artists and the public through educational leadership. Gallery hours more Maryland Association of Nonprofits No description provided ( more Maryland Business Roundtable for Education