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         District Of Columbia Schools General:     more books (15)
  1. District of Columbia (New Enchantment of America State Books) by John Allan Carpenter, 1979-07
  2. District of Columbia in Words and Pictures (Young People's Stories of Our States Ser) by Kathryn Wentzel Lumley, 1981-03
  3. District of Columbia Public Schools availability of funds and the cost of FY 1997 roof projects : report to the chairman, Subcommittee on Oversight of ... U.S. Senate (SuDoc GA 1.13:AIMD-98-82) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998
  4. District of Columbia public schools student enrollment count remains vulnerable to errors : report to the chairman, Subcommittee on the District of Columbia, ... Representatives (SuDoc GA 1.13:HEHS-97-161) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1997
  5. District of Columbia extent to which schools receive available federal education grants : report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on the District of Columbia, ... of Representatives (SuDoc GA 1.13:HEHS-99-1) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1998
  6. District of Columbia Adolescent AIDS Prevention Program (SuDoc GA 1.13:HEHS-00-194 R) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000
  7. MDR's School Directory District of Columbia by Market Data Retrieval, 2006-10
  8. Mdr's School Directory Distict of Columbia 2004-2005: Spiral Edition (Mdr's School Directory District of Columbia) by Market Data Retrieval, 2004-11
  9. The Capital City School of Nursing: Formerly the Washington Training School for Nurses, 1877-1972, in association with the District of Columbia General Hospital, Washington, D.C by Dorothy Jane Youtz, 1975
  10. Charter Schools: New Charter Schools Across the Country and in the District of Columbia Face Similar Start-Up Challenges.: An article from: General Accounting Office Reports & Testimony
  11. Qed State by State School Guide 1993-94: New York/New Jersey/Maryland/Delaware/District of Columbia/Pennsylvania/West Virginia/Virginia/Mid-Atlantic (Qed State School Guide Mid-Atlantic Regional Set)
  12. Qed's School Guide, 1987-88: Mid-Atlantic : Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia (Qed State School Guide Mid-Atlantic Regional Set)
  13. Struggling to Be 'Good Enough': Administrative Practices & School District Ethos by Peter Coleman, 1990-10-01
  14. Georgia Irvin's Guide to Schools: Metropolitan Washington, Independent and Public / Pre-K - 12 by Georgia K. Irvin, 2002-09-25

1. District Of Columbia Public Schools Guidelines On Education For Limited English
district OF columbia. PROCEDURES FOR THE IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT. AND PLACEMENT OF LANGUAGE MINORITY STUDENTS. district of columbia Public schools. Language Minority Affairs Branch. Special Programs and Alternative Education. Dr. Franklin L. Instructional Program or the general Educational Program of the school.
Language Minority Affairs Branch
Special Programs and Alternative Education Dr. Franklin L. Smith
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Superintendent, District of Columbia Public Schools INTRODUCTION According to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, "No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, ornatlonal origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of; or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial asslstance." Related Federal Regulations state, "School systems are responsible for assuring that students of a particular race, color, or national origin are not denied the opportunity to obtain the education generally obtained by other students in the system" (33 Federal Register, 4956). This law has been specifically interpreted as applying to school children classified as non- or limited-English proficient (NEP/LEP) by reason of having an other-than-English home language background. Such a condition is held to preclude the student from an equal learning opportunity in an all-English-medium classroom ( Lau vs. Nichols

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PreK through 12 system. general information, school profiles, map of district boundaries in columbia, and links to individual schools.
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3. Columbia School District Main Page
Grade Level Test Samples. CSD REPORT CARD. columbia SCHOOL district. Searchable CHS Alumni Database. Staff and Students Check Your CSD Mail. Email CSD Teachers CSD REPORT CARD. general Information. Main Page. district Address. Events Calendar schools. CHS. JMS. CES. CPS(23) CPS(K-1) columbia SCHOOL district
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4. Featured Microsoft Windows NT Schools In District Of Columbia (DC) -
A directory of computer training schools The institution provides a blend of general education and vocational curricula leading

5. Inspector General, Audit Of Property Donated To DC Public Schools, October 12, 2
of the Inspector general's (OIG) audit of donated property received by public schools in the district of columbia by the district of columbia Public schools (DCPS) is given to
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Audit of Property Donated to the Government of the District of Columbia
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October 12, 2000 Home Bibliography Calendar Columns ... Appendices
October 12, 2000 Paul L. Vance, Superintendent
District of Columbia Public Schools
825 North Capital Street. N.E., Suite 9026
Washington, D.C. 20002 Dear Dr. Vance: Enclosed is the final report on the "Audit of Property Donated to the Government of the District of Columbia" (OIG-00-1-07MA). The objective of our audit was to determine whether donated property given to District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) was properly controlled, safeguarded, accounted for, and used for the intended purpose(s) for which it has been donated. Our audit covered fiscal years 1997 through fiscal year 1999 for property donated from private sources, and from January 1998 through February 2000 for property donated by the federal government. For school years 1997-1999 alone, two major food chains donated nearly $880,000 in supplies and equipment to participating District schools. Computer equipment donated by the United States Treasury Department to five District schools selected for examination had an original acquisition value of nearly $435,000. We selected 84 pieces of equipment that were donated by the food chains. Equipment was selected based on value and the likelihood that it may be subject to loss. With the exception of five items, all donated items were found and located on school premises. However, our examination of 287 items of federal computer equipment selected was not as successful. For the 287 computer equipment items, schools were only able to account for 35 items, or only 12 percent of the equipment they supposedly received.

6. District Of Columbia Technical Schools, Colleges And Programs
Earn your degree, diploma or certification from top district of columbia technical schools. courses in computer science, general engineering, computer programming, technology
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District of Columbia Technical Schools and Colleges
District of Columbia offers great career opportunities for computer professionals living in the D.C. area or looking to move to D.C. District of Columbia technical schools or colleges can provide you with the education that you need to succeed in the constantly evolving computer an IT industries. If you are interested in furthering your career, simply click on the links below and learn more about what District of Columiba technical schools or colleges can offer you.
Kennedy Western University
Kennedy Western University online technical school offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degree and certificate programs to prepare you for a lucrative career. The school offers degree programs and technical courses in computer science, general engineering, computer programming, technology management, information systems, mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, engineering management, quality engineering and more.

7. Maintaining Budgetary Discipline: Spending And Revenue Options
for eliminating the annual payment of general assistance to amount includes funds for transportation projects, district of columbia schools, and government

8. Arlington Public Schools - General Information
The Arlington Public schools serves the citizens of Arlington, Virginia s geographically located across the Potomac River from the district of columbia.
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to view the file. The Arlington Public Schools serves the citizens of Arlington, Virginia's geographically smallest county, located across the Potomac River from the District of Columbia. We educate one of the nation's most diverse and sophisticated student populations - our 19,000 students come from around the world and speak more than 80 different languages. We operate more than 30 schools and programs. We serve our students with a range of programs designed to meet individual student needs. Several of our programs are unique to Northern Virginia. These include one of the nation's most advanced electronic classroom installations, a Spanish-English partial immersion program at all grade levels, an International Baccalaureate Program, three countywide alternative schools offering education choice, and a Career Center providing advanced vocational and technical training. The Arlington School Board believes that the continuation of our democracy is dependent upon an educated and informed citizenry. The Board also believes that the schools should maximize the strengths and potential of all students so they may become self-confident, well-rounded, responsible and productive citizens.

9. The Center For Education Reform: DC's Charter Law
CER Grade ADistrict of columbia (1996). The 4 th strongest of the nation s 38 charter laws. general Statistics. Number of schools Allowed.
Charter School Legislation:
Profile of the District of Columbia'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 District of Columbia (1996) The 4 th strongest of the nation's 38 charter laws General Statistics Number of Schools Allowed 20 per year: 10 each by the two existing chartering authorities. Number of Charters Operating (As of Fall 2001) Approval Process Eligible Chartering Authorities District of Columbia Board of Education and the Public Charter School Board; the DC City Council may designate an additional entity by enactment of a bill Eligible Applicants Person, group, organization, or post-secondary institution, including public, private, or quasi-private entities Types of Charter Schools Converted public, converted private, new starts (but not home-based schools) Appeals Process None Formal Evidence of Local Support Required Two-thirds of teachers, two-thirds of parents of minor students, and two-thirds of adult students must support for conversions

10. District Of Columbia: Planned Funding And Schedule For D.C. Public Schools Moder
district of columbia Planned Funding and Schedule for DC Public schools Modernization Program Are Unrealistic. Authors Cooper, David E.; general ACCOUNTING

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District of Columbia: Planned Funding and Schedule for D.C. Public Schools Modernization Program Are Unrealistic
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11. Microsoft And District Of Columbia Plaintiffs Settle District Of Columbia Class
We re pleased by the opportunity to help schools in the district of columbia get the computers and software they need, said Brad Smith, general counsel for Home Site Map Search Microsoft News Consumer News International News Legal News Events Microsoft Executives Exec Bios/Speeches Board of Directors Bill Gates Web Site Executive E-Mail Other Corporate Info Investor Relations Analyst Relations Fast Facts About Microsoft Image Gallery ... Community Affairs Archives by Month Press Releases Top Stories
Microsoft and District of Columbia Plaintiffs Settle District of Columbia Class Action Lawsuits Settlement Will Benefit Consumers and District of Columbia Schools WASHINGTON, and REDMOND, Wash. Oct. 28, 2003 The settlement, which received preliminary approval Friday from the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, will make vouchers available to class members that may be used to buy any manufacturer's desktop, laptop and tablet computers, any software available for sale to the general public and used with those computer products, and specified peripheral devices for use with computers. The total amount of vouchers issued will depend on the number of class members who claim vouchers. The maximum value of the vouchers that may be issued to class members will total $6.2 million. The company estimates that 126 schools, serving more than 37,223 students, will be eligible to receive assistance. This represents nearly 58 percent of all District of Columbia students.

12. Resolution Of Appreciation For Julius W. Bection, Jr.
Than in gratitude for his service to the district of columbia Public schools, the Emergency Transitional Education Board of Trustees commends general Julius W.
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Emergency Transitional Education Board of Trustees
Resolution of Appreciation for Lt. General Julius W. Becton, Jr.
April 21, 1998
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The Emergency Transitional Education Board of Trustees of the District of Columbia Public Schools hereby records its appreciation to
Lt. General Julius W. Becton, Jr.
on his retirement as Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent of the District of Columbia Public Schools for his selfless and dedicated service in launching a major school reform effort Lt. General Julius W. Becton, Jr., who had already come out of retirement twice to serve his country and the cause of education after an illustrious record in the military wherein he distinguished himself by service in three wars, selflessly came out of retirement again in November, 1996 to take on what he himself has described as his most challenging assignment of all, that of CEO/Superintendent of the troubled D.C. Public Schools. Children in Crisis

13. DCPS Main Page
Inspector general, “district of columbia Public schools (DCPS) Audit of the Special Education Program for Fiscal Year 1998,” OIG No.
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  • Mayor Anthony A. Williams, veto of Bill 15-723, Omnibus Board of Education and DC Public Schools Restructuring Act of 2004, May 28, 2004 Robert Rice, Interim Superintendent, Abolishment Rationale, Process, and Outcomes (presented to the Board of Education as rationale for abolishing teaching and other school-level positions), May 11, 2004 DC Water and Sewer Authority and DC Department of Health report on lead in the drinking water at DC public schools, April 29, 2004 Mayor Anthony A. Williams, revised school takeover plan draft, circulated to councilmembers, April 23, 2004

14. U.S. Senator John McCain
lowincome children through a lottery system in the lowest academic performing schools identified by the district of columbia. The Comptroller general would be

15. Inspector General Main Page
June 25, 1999, district of columbia Public schools (DCPS) Audit of the Special Education Program for Fiscal Year 1998, OIG No. 799GA-9916.

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Office of the Inspector General
Home Bibliography Calendar Columns ... themail archives Office of the Inspector General
717 14th Street, N.W., 5th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
The Office of the Inspector General is the executive branch's equivalent of the City Council's DC Auditor. The Inspector General investigates accusations of waste, fraud, mismanagement, and corruption in the District government. If the office discovers matters that are possibly criminal, it refers them to the US Attorney for the District of Columbia, or possibly to the Corporation Counsel, for prosecution. Otherwise, the Inspector General has the power to write and issue reports on its findings. The Office was made independent of the Mayor by the same federal legislation that created the DC Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Authority, the Control Board. The current acting Inspector General is Charles C. Maddox, who was appointed on April 14, 1999. The announcement of his appointment is available here Many of the Inspector General’s reports are now posted online at the IG's website

16. Overseas Schools > Private Schools > Elementary And Secondary > Ministry Of Educ
42946-1955 E-mail Harbor View School 3 rd Avenue South, TEDA Bond International College Longdong, Tianhe district Guangzhou, Guangdong

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The Ministry of Education has agreements with the following overseas secondary schools to provide an annual inspection of their standard of instruction. If a school receives a satisfactory inspection report, the Principal is authorized by the minister to grant credits toward the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. The inspection of the school does not include matters relating to the health, safety or supervision of the pupils. The ministry is not involved in the hiring of teachers for the school. The ministry is not responsible for any claim for injury, loss or other damages to pupils, staff or visitors arising out of the operation of overseas schools.
AFNORTH International School in the Netherlands
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Principal: Ms. Charmaine Martel
Telephone: 011-31-45-527-8200
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17. Legalese Homepage
1. Charter schools Litigation 1997 Appropriations Act Federal Bills of the general Counsel Council of the district of columbia Charlotte Brookins
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Council of the District of Columbia Office of the General Counsel Legalese Homepage
This page contains links to the contents of Legalese - the newletter of the Office of General Counsel, the District of Columbia Home Rule Act , the D.C. Code Update chart , and a list of Council review provisions . This page also contains links to D.C. Register information, , and the D.C. Code. D.C. HOME RULE ACT D.C. OFFICIAL CODE D.C. CODE UPDATE CHART D.C. REGISTER INFORMATION ... COUNCIL REVIEW PROVISIONS February 2003 - Vol. 9, No. 1
Message from the General Counsel
Who We Are Council Period 15 Rule Changes Federal Legislation ... OGC Attorney Assignments March 2002 - Vol. 8, No. 1
The Budget Process
D.C. Official Code Significant Federal Legislation Highlights of the D.C. Appropriations Act, 2002 ... Message from the General Counsel October 2001 - Vol. 7, No. 2 Post-Control Board Changes Federal CFO legislation Local CFO legislation Subordinate Agencies ... New Address January 2001 - Vol. 7, No. 1 End of Financial Authority New Solid Waste Storage Requirements Counting Days for Council Acts D.C. Code

18. District Of Columbia
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  • 19. District Of Columbia State Education Office: Agency Responsibilities
    certification requirements for all eligible district schools including public, public charter, private, and district of columbia public institutions
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    Agency Responsibilities

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    Ten Additional Responsibilities The SEO studied the following ten responsibilities:
    • Acquire and administer federal grants
    • Issue rules that govern acceptable credit to be granted for studies at independent, private, public and public charter schools
    • Issue rules regarding enforcement of school attendance requirements for all schools, including independent, private, public and public charter schools
    • Conduct the census of DC resident minors 3 years of age or older
    • Establish the criteria, administer the examination, and grant the credential for the high school General Equivalency Development (test)
    • Issue work permits for minors
    • Establish standardized requirements for annual reporting of statistical information from public and public charter schools
    • Conduct fact-finding, research , and investigative activities on behalf of the Mayor, the Council, and other public officials
    • Establish teacher certification requirements for all eligible District schools including public, public charter, private, and District of Columbia public institutions for post secondary education
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    20. Columbia Public Schools - Special Education
    with many students, teachers, and parents associated with columbia Public schools. experiences to best address the needs of students in our district.
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    Columbia Public Schools Early Childhood Elementary Middle School 6 -7 Junior High 8 -9 ... CPS Home
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    Jeaneal Alexander Hello, I am Jeneal Alexander, Assistant Director of Special Eduation for the Columbia Public Schools. I have enjoyed working for students with disabilities in all age ranges for over 25 years. I have Master's Degree in Special Education from the University of Arizona and Certification in Administration from Mississippi College. I have taught or supervised in a wide variety of settings including state schools, public schools, and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Eduations (DESE). I have and continue to serve as a member on statewide committees and organizations whose goals include improving the educational opportunities for all students in Missouri's public schools. I appreciate the opportunity to work in the Columbia Public School System as it is a well-known leader in the field of educating all students. Hello! I am Christy Graham. I serve as one of the Assistant Directors of Special Education for the Columbia Public Schools. My undergraduate degree in Communication/Persuasion and my master’s degree in Reading

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