South Carolina State Resources General Counsel Department of education Rutledge Building PROparents of south carolina 652 Bush www.proparents.org Community parent Resource Center (Serving http://www.nichcy.org/stateshe/sc.htm
Extractions: The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let us know. Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
South Carolina SC - Home Schools, Home Schooling SCIway's Directory of south carolina Home Schools and Home Schooling Aiken. parent's Association for Christian education in south carolina PACESC - Moncks Satellite educational resources Consortium - SERC - Columbia. south carolina Home Educators http://www.sciway.net/edu/k12/homeschooling.html
Extractions: Grace Home School Association - Marion Homeward Education Association - Sumter Insights On Education - Greenville New Beginnings Home School Association Palmetto Homeschool Assocation - Lancaster Palmetto Independent Educators - Aiken Parent's Association for Christian Education in South Carolina - PACESC - Moncks Corner
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Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) resources, and technical assistance on educational matters to the schools and the residents. south carolina Department of education parent Training and Resource Center (south http://bcol02.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list_by_territory.cfm?territory_id=sc
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Legal Resources For Special Education Information about special education and disabilities. The Web site for the Council of parent Attorneys and Advocates pages on law and special education for the University of south carolina . http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/cise/ose/resources/legal.html
Extractions: about Special Education and Disabilities The Web site for the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (or COPAA), an independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to improving the legal assistance for parents of children with disabilities. COPPA hosts an annual conference EDLAW by Jim Rosenfeld.
Parent Resources discusDISCUS south carolinas Virtual Library provides all south Carolinians with Grant, is an innovative partnership of education, business, and http://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/district/parents/resource.asp
Extractions: More Parent Resource Links DISCUS Village Green funded by a USDE/OERI Technology Innovation Challenge Grant, is an innovative partnership of education, business, and community. At this time, Village Green sponsors 12 technology demonstration schools in the District. The Village Green web site contains information about the program, as well as resources for parents, teachers, and students. Greenville County Schools has a cable television program called " The Schools Channel ". The Schools Channel is a partnership between the Greenville Education Network and Greenville Technical College to broadcast school and District video programs and an information bulletin board. School Social Work Services consist of a team of social workers who address problem situations related to students' learning opportunity, academic achievement and social functioning.
Parent Advocacy And Resources The south carolina parent Assistance Project seeks to Each center is staffed with trained parent educators. Topics addressed by parent resource centers include http://education.uncc.edu/transition/parent_advocacy_and_resources.htm
Extractions: Parent Advocacy and Resources Parent Transition Information Manuals Parent Advocacy and Resource Organizations Alabama: 1. Special Education Action Committee, Inc Marcy McFarlin 3322 South Memorial Highway, Suite 238 Huntsville, Alabama 35801 Website: http://home.hiwaay.net/~seachsv/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SEAC was founded in 1983 as a nonprofit coalition of parents of children with disabilities, concerned citizens and organizations of parents and professionals serving Alabama's children with disabilities. SEAC operates a parent training and information center (PTI) that is committed to the task of helping parents of children with disabilities to become full participants in their child's individualized education program (IEP). Now SEAC also operates a parental assistance center (PAC) The PAC program is designed to help parents of children in regular and special programs to better understand their educational needs. Parents learn how to work with educators to plan and successfully monitor learning programs for their children. Indiana: 1. IN*SOURCE
South Carolina See south carolina Web resources. STATE DEPARTMENT OF education Special education Services, STATE VOCATIONAL Rehabilitation parentTEACHER Association (PTA). http://www.autism-pdd.net/LINKS/scarolina.html
SCASP Parent Resources provide valuable information for parents, family members Special education resources on the Internet (SERI) A south carolina State Department of education This http://scaspweb.org/parent.html
Extractions: Back to SCASP Table of Contents This page of the SCASP website is dedicated to parents of special-needs children and/or to parents who want to help their children with school problems. The website links listed below are used by thousands of professionals and parents in helping children with many common (and uncommon) problems at school and/or at home. These sites are also very informative in their content. The websites listed below are websites that are not put out by SCASP, nor does SCASP take any responsibility for the advice or solutions presented. The inclusion of any resource or link in this SCASP website does not imply endorsement. The information provided through this website or any links from the SCASP website should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem, a disease, or a problem of a psychological nature. Parents Guide to the Internet This is put out by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Research to help parents understand and use the internet appropriately with their children. Parent Brochures From the Educational Resources Information Center Brochures for parents in working with their children and their children's schools.
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South Carolina First Steps Overview For Parents south carolina First Steps to school Readiness ( First Steps were for needs and resources assessment and are focusing efforts on parent education, while others http://www.scfirststeps.org/overviewparents.htm
Extractions: Homepage Email us Overview An Early Education Initiative. South Carolina First Steps to school Readiness ('First Steps') is a comprehensive, results-oriented statewide education initiative to help prepare our children to reach first grade healthy and ready to succeed. Signed into law in June 1999, First Steps is for children pre-first grade and their families. Public and private support are combined through county partnerships to enable individual communities to address the unmet needs of young children and their families. Why First Steps? Nearly 1 in 7 SC children are assessed 'not ready' for first grade. In some communities, this statistic is as poor as 1 in 4, or greater. Research studies repeatedly show that children who arrive unprepared for first grade's challenges have a difficult time catching up and succeeding throughout the rest of their school years. Many of these students drop out of school or do not find fulfilling productive jobs after high school as a result of their slow start. These children's entire lives are adversely affected by their lack of school readiness, and our quality of life overall in SC suffers as well. How it works.
Kent State University Parent Resources Delaware parent education Resource Center http//www.childinc.com/DPERC.htm. south carolina Department of education http//www.sde.state.sc.us/. http://fpsrv.dl.kent.edu/ecis/Web/Parent Resources/ParentResource.htm
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Extractions: This site was created by Ed Geraty LISW-CP, LCSW-C , in response to the need for South Carolinians to have up-to-date information and resources on mental health issues, emotional disorders, addictions, and treatment and referral information. Licensed SC clinicians, clinics, treatment centers, agencies: You may post your information on the message board below to let conumers know what services are available to them. This website adheres to the principles established by Message Board FUN STUFF Take some free online psychological tests This site is listed in Sciway IMPORTANT MESSAGE from Sue Poole SC mental health consumer and consumer advocate South Carolina Client Network is a new client-directed initiative to help consumers of mental health services in South Carolina start networking to learn self-advocacy and support each other in recovery. To join the mailing list, email email@example.com
Parent & Community Involvement Federally Funded Programs. Standards Assessment. Teaching in south carolina. Parents Community. education Associations. Selected Publications. Related resources. http://www.ncela.gwu.edu/policy/states/southcarolina/08_parent.htm