RI Department Of Business Regulations Go to Approved Continuing education Courses and Providers. Proposed regulations. 200319 rhode island Workers Compensation Insurance Policy Reporting http://www.dbr.state.ri.us/insurance.html
Extractions: Administrative Program Operations Program Objectives Statutory History Access to Public Records Form ... Trust Insurance Company Ancillary Receivership (Deadline for filing Proof of Claim Form is August 6, 2002) Life, Accident and Health Insurance Consumer Complaint Form Filing Fee Bulletin Bulletins - Life, Accident and Health Small Employer Health Insurance Requirements for Statement of Actuarial Certification Small Employers Health Insurance Availability Forms and Rate Filing Fees Records Retention Requirements Health Benefit Links Small Employers Actuarial Report Property and Casualty Insurance Consumer Complaint Form Inquiries and Publications Bulletins - Property and Casualty Terrorism Exclusion Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraisers Reimbursement of Deductible After Subrogation Pre-Inspection of Private Passenger Motor Vehicles Form and Rate Filing Fees Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 Use of Credit for Rating and Underwriting of Homeowners and Personal Motor Vehicle Insurance
Extractions: 4808 Tower Hill Rd., Wakefield, RI (401) 789-3094 The Wildlife Management and Hunter Education Section of the RI Division of Fish and Wildlife is housed in two locations. The Wildlife staff offices, laboratory, and workshops are located at the Great Swamp Management Area in West Kingston. The Hunter Education staff offices are located at the Stedman Government Center in Wakefield.
EWGINAC Local special education advisory committee, as mandated by rhode island State regulations on special education. http://home.att.net/~ewginac/
RI Department Of Business Regulations Commercial Licensing Regulation 10 Real Estate Appraisers. of rhode island - Candidate Handbook/rhode island Real Estate 5. Complaint form education (Broker http://www.dbr.state.ri.us/real_estate.html
Extractions: The Division of Commercial Licensing and Regulation is responsible for the licensing and regulation of Real Estate salespersons, brokers and appraisers. To this end the Section coordinates and administers examinations for real estate brokers, salesperson and real estate appraisers. Additionally, the Section is responsible for issuing licenses/ certificates/permits to real estate branch offices, real estate schools and out of state land sales. The Section is also empowered to investigate and adjudicate complaints to insure license compliance with Rhode Island State laws, rules and regulations.
Board Of Nurse Registration And Nursing Education education is charged with protecting the health, safety and welfare of the people of rhode island. The Board, through enforcement of statutes and regulations, http://www.healthri.org/hsr/professions/nurses.htm
Extractions: February 12, 2004 The Board of Nurse Registration and Nursing Education is charged with protecting the health, safety and welfare of the people of Rhode Island. The Board, through enforcement of statutes and regulations, safeguards the people from unauthorized, unqualified, and improper application of services by individuals in the practice of nursing. The Board meets on the second Monday of each month. It is composed of fifteen (15) members, each serving a term of three (3) years. Board membership includes eleven (11) professional nurses and two (2) practical nurses appointed by the Director of Health and approved by the Governor and two (2) members of the general public appointed by the Governor. Nurse members represent the different basic education programs, nursing service administration advanced practice and clinical services. The general duties of the Board include: Prescribing standards for nursing education programs preparing persons for licensure;
Family Help In Rhode Island rhode island Statutes on Delinquent and Dependent Children. Visit When Your Teen is in Trouble with the Law. Special education State regulations PDF. http://www.focusas.com/RhodeIsland.html
Extractions: TDD National Hotlines and Helplines National Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE Poison Help Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) 1-800-656-HOPE Rhode Island AIDS Hotline Rhode Island Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-RI-CHILD Rhode Island Missing Children Hotline Rhode Island Suicide and Crisis Hotlines Teen Line Toll-Free Numbers for Health Information Victims of Crime Helpline Organizations and Agencies The Asperger's Association of New England Organization made up of individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, their families, friends, and professionals that provide a variety of programs and services, including support groups . Visit Teen Behavior Problems and Behavioral Disorders Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies Promotes the identification. prevention, and effective treatment of alcohol and other drug use problems in our society through research, education, training, and policy advocacy. Visit
Rhode Island Education Exchange Find your. school's. Web site. Find state. departments. of education. What's New? Read the transcript from the online chat with Dr. continually refines and adds to its collection of opportunities, regulations, databases and documents up costs for the rhode island education Exchange were generously donated by http://www.riedx.uri.edu/
Extractions: of education The Rhode Island Education Exchange collects, organizes and presents resources that support school communities in Rhode Island. Using its interactive capabilities, this site continually refines and adds to its collection of opportunities, regulations, databases and documents. Since the Education Exchange is a work-in- progress, we strongly encourage teachers, parents, students, administrators and community members to send feedback and submissions, and take part in the discussion boards listed to the right. What's New? Read the transcript from the on-line chat with Dr. Dennis Littky, founder and Director of the Big Picture Company, an educational organization dedicated to a fundamental rethinking of education. School performance: Is your school "high performing"? Is it improving? Download RIDE's performance report.
Extractions: Homeschooling books and supplies at discount, no sales tax, and now free shipping! A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling I am Ann Zeise , your guide to the best and most interesting and useful sites and articles about home education on the web. Search Home Recent Articles Events Join Email List ... Free Newsletter This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library or online. Sections are linked to the code online for verification. Compulsory attendance - six years of age and over and under sixteen years of age on or before December 31. Parental Qualifications - None mandated Testing - Not mandated Record Keeping - A register of attendence must be kept and turned in.
Extractions: The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education was established by statute in 1981. The Board consists of 15 members who serve in three-year staggered terms. There are 11 public members, appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate; one student from a Rhode Island public institution of higher education who serves for two years. The remaining members consist of the Chair of the Rhode Island Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Chairs (or designees) of the Rhode Island House and Senate Finance Committees. The chair of the Rhode Island Board of Governors, one of the 11 public members, serves at the pleasure of the Governor.
Extractions: Contents include selections from the following sources relating to education law: RI Constitution Title 5 Businesses and Professions Title 9 Courts and Civil Procedure Title 11 Criminal Offenses Title 16 Education (full title included) Title 17 Elections Title 21 Food and Drugs Title 23 Health and Safety Title 28 Labor and Labor Relations Title 31 Motor and other Vehicles Title 33 Probate Practice and Procedure Title 36 Public Officers and Employees Title 37 Public Property and Works Title 38 Public Records Title 40 Human Services Title 42 State Affairs and Government Title 45 Towns and Cities Code of Federal Regulations, Title 33, Education
Extractions: A handy reference for attorneys, educators, administrators, school board members and parents, Rhode Island Education Laws and Rules Annotated 2003-2004 Edition with CD-Rom is a thoroughly annotated and cross-reference research volume. Designed as a comprehensive collection of the laws that govern education in Rhode Island, this volume contains Title 16 (Education) and hundreds of related statutes, regulations and additional resources.
Rhode Island Department Of Labor And Training Board of Review. Professional regulations/ Trade Licensing Workers' Comp Hompage. education Unit. Fraud Prevention The rhode island Department of Labor Training is an Equal http://www.det.state.ri.us/
RIDE- State And National Education Links The rhode island Educational Exchange (RIEDX) is an that support school communities in rhode island. collection of opportunities, regulations, databases, and http://www.ridoe.net/e_links/Default.htm
Extractions: National Links For free publications from the US Department of Education, click here or call toll-free at 877-433-7827 The U.S. Department of Education site is the portal for the various Web sites operated and/or funded by the U.S. Department of Education. This includes Web sites for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (the "Nation's Report Card"), various research consortia targeted to specific issues, field-based centers who work with regions of the nation on reform issues, and educational data of various kinds. It also includes a copy of President Bush's education plan "No Child Left Behind". The Council of Chief State Schools Officers , headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the member organization of the chief administrative officers (state superintendents or commissioners) of the 50 states and U.S. territories. CCSSO publishes a variety of reports and organizes consortia of states to pursue various collaborative projects. RI Commissioner Peter McWalters is president of CCSSO. The American Association of School Administrators is the chief organization for superintendents and senior staff members of the 14,800 school districts of the United States. They publish a journal, other resources, and host conferences.
Rhode Island Regulatory Update - May 2004 DEM) promulgated Rules and regulations Governing the Administration and Enforcement of the rhode island Mercury education and Reduction Act (the regulations). http://www.environews.com/Regulatory Updates/RI_May_2004.htm
Extractions: In 1998, the conference of New England Governors and the Eastern Canadian Premiers Committee established a plan to eliminate mercury emissions throughout the region. Consequently, the Rhode Island General Assembly passed the Mercury Education and Reduction Act of 2001 (the Act). Subsequently, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) promulgated Rules and Regulations Governing the Administration and Enforcement of the Rhode Island Mercury Education and Reduction Act (the Regulations). The Regulations are effective as of April 11, 2004. In the United States, the primary source of mercury emissions is coal-fired power plants or the burning of garbage. Although there are no plants in Rhode Island that burn coal or garbage, as part of the regional mercury reduction campaign, Rhode Island legislators and regulators have acted to restrict certain products that contain mercury in an effort to prevent such products from being burned in other New England states. Second, the Regulations clarify the ban on all mercury-added novelties in Rhode Island. A mercury-added novelty is a mercury-added product intended for personal or household enjoyment. Prohibited products include certain figurines, toys, jewelry, holiday decorations, apparel, and candles, but the Regulations exempt those items that have a button cell battery as their only mercury component. Pursuant to Section 6.1 of the Regulations, no such novelties shall be offered for sale or use or distributed in Rhode Island after January 1, 2003.
Extractions: Profile of Rhode Island'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 Rhode Island (1995) The 4th weakest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed 20 charters serving no more than 4% of students statewide. No more than 2 charters per school district, except in districts serving more than 20,000 where 4 may be granted. Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities State board of regents, after charter school has been approved by local school committee or state commissioner of elementary and secondary education. Eligible Applicants School districts, school personnel, public colleges and universities, and established Rhode Island nonprofit organizations existing for more than 2 years and not for the purpose of operating a school. Types of Charter Schools Converted public, new starts (but not home-based schools)
Center For Education Reform colleges and universities, and established rhode island nonprofit organizations from Most State and District education Laws, regulations, and Policies, No http://edreform.com/index.cfm?fuseAction=cLaw&stateID=46&altCol=2
RIBGHE - Policy Manual plus one student from a rhode island public institution and over independent higher education in the manual contains the policies, regulations and directives http://www.ribghe.org/polman.htm
Extractions: Portuguese The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education was established by statute in 1981 (Title 16, Chapter 59 of the Rhode Island General Laws) as a public corporation entrusted with control over postsecondary education. As amended in 1993, the statute specifies that the Board will consist of fifteen members: eleven public members plus one student from a Rhode Island public institution of higher education, all to be appointed by the Governor and subject to Senate confirmation. The remaining members consist of the Chair of the Board of Regents for Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Chairs (or designees) of both the House and Senate Finance Committees. Among the powers and responsibilities of the Board are the duties to "formulate broad policy to implement the goals and objectives established and adopted by the Board of Governors from time to time and to adopt standards and require enforcement and to exercise general supervision over all public higher education in the state and over independent higher education in the state as provided [by law]." This policy manual contains the policies, regulations and directives that guide both the Board and the public institutions of higher education in carrying out their responsibilities.