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  1. "Teach yourself to drive, it's easy by Robert H Boehlow, 1974
  2. Taking the wheel (Each one teach one) by Wendy Stein, 1986
  3. Point of view on technology driver's licenses: districts should teach their students digital smarts.: An article from: District Administration by Mike S. Ribble, 2004-10-01

41. Drivers Education | Driving School | DMV Certificates For Drivers License - A To
Our drivers education course is designed to prepare you for a DMV learners permit written test and your drivers license exam by teaching essential driving
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did you know that 70% of students fail the DMV written test?

42. Texas Department Of Public Safety - Courtesy, Service, Protection
DWI’s are indefinite and therefore, makes the instructor ineligible to teach the student the Parent Taught Driver education Program.

43. Health & Driver's Education
course consists of 18 weeks of class work designed to teach the rules of the road and safe driving techniques. Driver simulators an educational program for
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44. CBS News | Serious Talk In Driver's Ed Class | December 8, 2003 05:50:42
More and more, states are teaching students in drivers education classes how they can become organ and tissue donors. You don t
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"Like anything else, whether it was litter or seat belts or forest fires or Earth Day, it started with the youth population and they converted their parents."
John Dean, Coalition on Donation, on the influence of young people
(AP) It used to be that learning to drive meant mastering the clutch or perfecting the art of parallel parking.
But some teenagers getting behind the wheel are getting a lesson in life and death. More and more, states are teaching students in drivers education classes how they can become organ and tissue donors.
"You don't have any use of these things when you die, so why not?" Robin Gary, a drivers education teacher, told a class at Amelia County High School, about 40 miles west of Richmond. Gary told the sophomores that 11 people die each day waiting for transplants and asked the girls to imagine a loved one who needed an organ. Then, she said, "Imagine you know there was someone out there who could be a donor and wasn't." The Department of Health and Human Services recently allocated $24.8 million annually in part to establish a national curriculum for school districts that choose to teach about organ donation.

45. FAQs
This is a local decision. Question May a licensed teacher teach driver s education to a relative of the teacher at the family s convenience?

46. Division Of Teacher Quality And Urban Education - Teacher Recruitment & Retentio
year MISSOURI TEACHER SHORTAGE AREAS. REQUESTED Music. Technology education Journalism Business education. Gifted Art drivers education. Missouri
If you have Perkins loans and teach either in a teacher shortage area or in a school that serves low-income families , you may be eligible to have those loans forgiven. Contact your lender and request the paperwork necessary to begin that process. If your original Stafford loan was initiated after October 7, 1998, and you teach in a school that serves low-income families, after five years you may be eligible for forgiveness not to exceed $5,000. If you have Stafford loans that were initiated before October 7, 1998, there is no forgiveness, but you can get the interest rate lowered because you teach in Missouri, IF your loans are serviced by MOHELA. Having your payment automatically withdrawn from your account also will lower your interest rate. The Perkins and Stafford loan forgiveness programs are federal programs. Contact the federal financial aid hotline at for more information or visit this Web site: The interest reduction is a MOHELA program ; call to request an application.

47. Division Of Teacher Quality And Urban Education - Teacher Certification
the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators (MACCE) is for the openrecords check; often used for substitute teachers, bus drivers, and in
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My certificate has expired! What do I do now?
Missouri law regarding educator certification changed in August 2003. While certificates can expire, they may also become "inactive." You can reactivate your certificate by completing 24 contact hours of professional development (which may include college credit; 1 semester hour=15 contact hours) within six months prior to or after reactivating his or her certificate. If you stop teaching; when you choose to return, the local district that hires you will suggest the professional development activities that are available; or you may take college courses to earn 24 contact hours of professional development. The district will verify that you have completed the requirements for reactivating your certificate and together, you and the district should notify the Department on the Application for Missouri Teacher Certificate "Upgrade/Extension/Reactivation"

48. HSLDA | Iowa Legislation 2004—House File 2394: Parent Taught Driver Education
Please sign HF 2394. It will allow parents to teach driver education to their homeschooled children. This is about saving young lives.
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News and updates on legal contacts and other issues that affect homeschoolers Member Resources State forms and other resources along with an online form to contact your staff Iowa HOME LAWS ORGANIZATIONS CASES ... HEADLINES May 18, 2004 House File 2394: Parent Taught Driver Education Author: Committee on Education Summary: Allows parents to instruct a student in a state approved driver education course. Status: Introduced Passed by House Education Committee In Subcommittee Out of Subcommittee-awaiting a vote in the Senate Sent to Governor Vilsack Vetoed by the Governor HSLDA's Position: Support. Other Resources Bill Text Bill History Printer Friendly Version HOME SEARCH FEEDBACK ADVERTISING Supported by the Home School Foundation

49. Educational Services
and remedial and selfenrichment education, for postsecondary of teachers, as well as for teacher assistants and in the morning and afternoon; drivers who are
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  • With about 1 in 4 Americans enrolled in educational institutions, educational services is the second largest industry, accounting for about 12.7 million jobs. Retirements in a number of education professions will create many job openings.

Nature of the Industry About this section Back to Top Education is an important part of life. The amount and type of education that individuals receive are a major influence on both the types of jobs they are able to hold and their earnings. Lifelong learning is important in acquiring new knowledge and upgrading one’s skills, particularly in this age of rapid technological and economic changes. The educational services industry includes a variety of institutions that offer academic education, vocational or career and technical instruction, and other education and training to millions of students each year. Because school attendance is compulsory until at least age 16 in all 50 States and the District of Columbia, elementary, middle, and secondary schools are the most numerous of all educational establishments. Elementary, middle, and secondary schools provide academic instruction to students in kindergarten through grade 12, in public schools, parochial schools, boarding and other private schools, and military academies. Some secondary schools offer a mixture of academic and career and technical instruction.

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Shifters is a unique driving school that has special programs for manual shift drivers using easy-to-learn methods taught by expert instructors. This site provides students an opportunity to take unlimited practice tests that are randomly generated from a database of hundreds of questions. We also offer fun learning tools like crossword puzzles and word jumbles. - Home Study Driver Ed online Why take Driver's Ed in a boring classroom when you can take it from the comfort of your own home? makes driver education fast, fun, and easy. State cert. included. Driving Test Preparation. Free Trial. Young Drivers of Canada The Young Drivers of Canada web site explains Graduated Licensing laws, gives locations of YD Classrooms in Canada, upcoming course dates, links to Collisionfree! Advanced Driver Training and even provides a FREE Learner's Test Quiz for all provinces.

51. All Articles In Training: Driving Instruction
Author argues that what driver educators teach in the classroom and the car is not often backed up by research. More ». Instructional support to drivers.
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Cars for kids What is the ideal age to teach children about driving safety? Well, a program developed jointly by LEGO and Volvo demonstrates it is never too early to learn about the rules of the roadsome participants are just 3 years old. More Driving Instructor, student deaths spur national forum When a 14-year-old student lost control of a training vehicle, killing an instructor and two other students, the tragedy became a rallying call for a national forum on driver training. More Driver training goes digital Article describes the GE Capital I-Sim facility, which combines classroom instruction with new, state-of-the-art driving simulators using computer technology. More Driving task deserves better training Article suggests that if we give the driving task the credit its due, the issue of whether education and training works or not would be answered.

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Canada. But most schools lack the money to set up driver education programs or the teachers qualified to teach it. Because of
Anonymous In Canada, more young people are killing themselves on the highway than any other age group. Young drivers, 16-24 years old, make up some 27-30 percent of traffic fatalities each year. Yet their share of he population is only about 19 percent. Those who have taken a driver education course stand a far, far better chance. A survey taken by the Ontario Safety League showed that some 2,000 young graduates of its "pro drivers" course had almost 50 percent fewer accidents than average young drivers and almost 20 percent less accidents than adults! What better case is there for driver education in the schools? No student should be allowed to leave high school unless he or she has had driver's education and obtained a driver's license. In a country where almost 53 percent of the population drives, the money spent would be a good form of investment a form of insurance. Although over half the population of Canada can drive a car, most young people are still being taught how to drive by a friend or an older member of their family. What are the results? According to insurance company statistics Canada, there is an accident rate of one out of every four young beginning male drivers. Girls do a little better 1.2 out of every ten. Driver education courses are the only answer to decreasing the high accident and fatality rate of beginning drivers in Canada. But most schools lack the money to set up driver education programs or the teachers qualified to teach it. Because of a ruling of the Teachers' Federation, only high school teachers are allowed to give in-class instruction on driving. Their teachers must take a course in driver education from their provincial chapter of their safety league over the summer months. Many schools cannot afford to sponsor a teacher to such a course. So the majority of students go without driver preparation, while there are other qualified officials or instructors in their city who might have the ability to teach classroom and practical fundamentals of driving.

53. - EDUCATION - Drivers Ed, Graduated Licensing Aim To Keep Young Drivers
success rate that we ve had as far as students who take the driving from the computer rather than from the book, says driver s education teacher Reggie Flythe

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RALEIGH In North Carolina, teenagers are required to take a driver's education course to get a license or wait until they are 18 years old. Driver's education is designed to help them become better drivers, but does it work? Driver's Education:
The state's minimum standard gives students 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of supervised driving time. School-based and private driving schools follow the guideline. How effective is the class? A good teacher makes a difference.
The state's minimum standard gives students 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of supervised driving time. Classroom teachers must either have a driver's education degree or the more common Division of Motor Vehicles Certification. The DMV's 90-hour course allows any licensed driver to teach.

54. Driver's Education Syllabus
Room. The first goal of this Driver s education Program is to teach fundamental rules of the road for safe responsible driving. This
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Rules in Classroom: 1. Be in seat when tardy bell rings
2. Gum chewing will not be allowed
3. Keep area clean around desk
4. Be respectful of teacher and other students
5. All students must keep a notebook
Grading System: 3-5 Textbook Tests 100 points
Notebook Grade 100 points
News Articles (2 every Monday) 100 points Boating Exam 100 points Sign Drawings 100 points Academic Grade = ½ total grade On-road Driving = ½ total grade Make up test will be given each Friday at 7:00 am in the AV Room. The first goal of this Driver's Education Program is to teach fundamental rules of the road for safe responsible driving. This goal is designed specifically to be achieved during the classroom phase of instruction. The second major goal is to give beginning drivers actual experience under the supervision of a certified instructor. This goal is to be accomplished by actual on-street, behind the wheel driving in a dual controlled automobile.

55. Undergraduate Program Overview
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58. DMVS | Tips For Selecting A Driver Education Program
up at home This is a convenience, but not a requirement, for the behind-the-wheel portion of driver education. It is very difficult to teach a behind the
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Have they attended a program? Can they recommend one for you? Call several programs -
Find out about course schedules, fees, registration procedures, and the next available course dates and times. Visit programs -
Ask to see classrooms and if you could observe part of a course. Classrooms should be clean, orderly and set up to conduct classroom sessions. Ask to see the program textbook. (Note: The Georgia Driver's Manual is not a textbook.) Is the text up to date? Are there enough textbooks for all students? Check the Driver Education Program License -
It must be displayed in the school's business office. Ask how many fully licensed driver education instructors work for the school -
Determine how many instructors teach classroom, behind-the-wheel, or both phases of the program. The number of instructors may affect the time it will take to complete all the program requirements.

59. Risk Management & Insurance
room, and board that make this course an excellent opportunity for any teacher whose classes include personal finance, drivers education, home economics, or
Insurance Education Institute Start planning now for Summer 2003! A Course Especially for Teachers The course, with graduate credit offered through several universities, is available both in the United States and Canada. The course has been especially designed to teach high school teachers about insurance and to provide them with materials to better teach that subject. Previous students recommend the course as "a great foundation for teaching insurance," "very informative," and "lots of fun." Participants receive a two-week intensive look at how the insurance industry operates, career opportunities available in insurance, and how students (as adults) can become better insurance consumers. Topics include homeowners and renters insurance, auto insurance, life insurance, health insurance, and the process of family financial planning. Each participant takes home a large selection of teaching materials, including professionally designed teaching kits and instructor's manuals, overhead masters, student workbooks, and videotapes. Class time will be allocated to allow teachers to plan how best to integrate material from this course into the secondary school classroom.

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