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cause of hawaii and independence hawaii's independence and history. They are collected from a variety of sources, in order to support education trusts and agencies marshal thousands
    A L O H A !
    H A W A I ` I
    "The cause of Hawaii and independence is larger and dearer than the life of any man connected with it. Love of country is deep-seated in the breast of every Hawaiian, whatever his station."
    - Lili`uokalani, Hawaii's last Queen
    "This is a historical issue, based on a relationship between an independent government and the United States of America, and what has happened since and the steps that we need to take to make things right."
    - Republican Governor Linda Lingle, January 2003
    "The recovery of Hawaiian self-determination is not only an issue for Hawaii, but for America. ... let all of us, Hawaiian and non-Hawaiian, work toward a common goal. Let us resolve ... to advance a plan for Hawaiian sovereignty."
    - Democratic Governor Ben Cayetano
    1998 State of the State Address
    Explore the legal foundation for Hawaii's independence. Check out the latest news and alerts posted to our email list Visit Hawaiian Independence Weblog for daily news and commentary.
    On January 13th, 2004, the Nation of Hawaii
    began the FIRST PHASE of a Campaign to Educate Tourists

2. EHawaiiGov || Government || Executive Branch Agencies
Board of education (BOE); hawaii State Public Library Office on Environmental Quality Control (OEQC); State Health Planning Development Agency (SHPDA).
  • Office of the Governor (GOV) Office of the Lieutenant Governor (LG)
    • Commission on the Status of Women (HSCSW) Office of Information Practices (OIP)
    Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) Department of Agriculture (DOA) Department of Attorney General (ATG)
    • Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) (CPJA) Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center (HCJDC) Office of Child Support Hearings (OCSH)
    Department of Budget and Finance
    • Employees Retirement System

CSPAN Radio. Video Library Department of Defense. Department of education. Department of Energy State of Georgia agencies. State of hawaii agencies. State of Idaho agencies

4. Hawaii State Resources
State agencies and Organizations. Special education Dr. Paul Ban, Director Special education Services Branch hawaii Department of education 637 18th
NICHCY State Resources : Hawaii
A publication of the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
Hawaii State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
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 and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
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
Honorable Daniel K. Inouye (D)
722 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

5. Public Health And The Internet
Health education/Promotion/Prevention Health Services Research hawaii agencies. Department of Health http// http// DeltaOmega/software/
Public Health Practice/Informatics

Hawaii Health Information Sources
... Citing Electronic/Print Sources/Writing GENERAL PUBLIC HEALTH SITES/GUIDES/LINKS

6. Utah Association For Adult, Community And Continuing Education
Grant information collected by Sandi Grant. Creative Energy Challenge. Posted. 12/17/2003. Sponsor. Johnson Controls. Funding paid trip for two to hawaii. All entries will Local education agencies, tribal education agencies, state education or environmental agencies 800) 5237586;
Grant information collected by Sandi Grant Creative Energy Challenge Posted Sponsor Johnson Controls Funding Three students (one from each grade category, K-5, 6-8, and 9-12) and one exemplary teacher will each win an expenses-=paid trip for two to Hawaii. All entries will receive an award certificate. Eligibility K-12 students in the US and Canada, except Quebec. Deadline February 21, 2004 Summary Johnson Controls a company that makes car and building environmental controls and other systems, the National Energy Foundation and the United States Energy Association created this contest in which K-12 students research and then express energy conservation techniques and benefits. Application N/A Contact Igniting Creatrive Energy, National Energy Foundation
3676 Californai Ave., Suite A117, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 616-8326

7. NEA Higher Education
the state higher education agencies provide information of the University of hawaii, Department of of telecommunications technology in education and research
Contact Higher Ed
Higher Ed Conference

Guide to HE Site
Affiliates ...
National Council for Higher Education

State Higher Education Agencies
Education Resource Organization Directory
This site provided by the U.S. Department of Education contains a list of the state higher education agencies. Get the contact information, E-mail and web site links. Generally the state higher education agencies provide information about their colleges and universities, scholarship, and financial aid programs.
Higher Education in Hawaii
The Hawaii Educational Networking Consortium (HENC), a joint project of the University of Hawaii, Department of Education and the East-West Center, was formed to develop and promote the use of telecommunications technology in education and research in the State.

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8. SHEEO Agencies
808956-5286 Return to Idaho Office of the State Board of education (G) Gary 208-332-1591 Fax 208-334-2632 Agency E-mail
SHEEO Agencies
State Higher Education Agency Contact Information * * Quick Links to SHEEO Agency Websites * *
(C) = coordinating board
(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)

9. Higher Education Resource Hub
Cooperates with other agencies and institutions in the development of in higher education. http// Region educational Lab.http//
Visit the Higher Education Bookstore
Higher Education R esearch Centers
Website Editor = Nobody yet . . .

10. Transgenic Virus Resistant Papaya
1997, these processes had been completed, with excellent cooperation from these agencies. USDA marketing order group consisting of many of hawaii papaya growers



Education Center

APSnet Online Resources

Plant Health Progress - Plant Health Reviews - 21 June 2000
Accession DOI:10.1094/PHP-2000-0621-01-RV Reproduced, with permission, from APSnet Features, 1998. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.
Transgenic Virus Resistant Papaya: New Hope
for Controlling Papaya Ringspot Virus in Hawaii
Dennis Gonsalves
, Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Steve Ferreira , Department of Plant Pathology, University of Hawaii, Richard Manshardt , Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii, Maureen Fitch , USDA, Hawaii Agricultural Research Center, and Jerry Slightom Fig. 1. Papaya orchard severely infected by PRSV in Taiwan. PRSV is the most destructive virus of papaya worldwide. Papaya is a tropical fruit crop that is normally consumed fresh and is valued as a health food because it's rich in vitamins C and A. In Hawaii, small high quality papayas, called the Hawaiian solo type, are grown commercially for export to the mainland United States and Japan. It is the state's second largest fruit crop. However, papaya is severely damaged when infected by the papaya ringspot potyvirus (PRSV), which is rapidly transmitted by a number of aphid species. In fact, PRSV causes the most serious virus disease of papaya worldwide. The PRSV threat in Hawaii PRSV was discovered in Hawaii in the 1940s and virtually eliminated large papaya production on Oahu island in the 1950s, causing the papaya industry to relocate to Puna district on Hawaii island in the early 1960s (Fig. 2). The papaya industry thrived in Puna because of ideal rainfall conditions, availability of land, and most importantly, because Puna was free of PRSV. Even though PRSV was only 19 miles away from Puna, geographic isolation and diligent surveillance and rouging efforts had kept the virus from Puna and, consequently, 95% of Hawaii's papaya was being produced in Puna by the 1980s.

11. Links
Back to Top. State agencies. State Departments of education. Back to List. H. hawaii Department of education. Back to List. I, J.

EDC Projects
National Non-Governmental Organizations Federal Agencies State Agencies ... Funding Opportunities
EDC Projects National Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Hundreds of national organizations place the welfare of children at the heart of their missions. Nonprofit trade associations, coalitions, service delivery networks, and other NGOs are valuable sources of information on school health. Nearly 70 national NGOs collaborated with EDC on the book Health is Academic: A Guide to Coordinated School Health Programs . They appear with an asterisk (*) next to their names. Federal Agencies Listed here are the major federal agencies that address different aspects of school health in its broadest definition and in specific or targeted initiatives. State Agencies Technical Assistance Centers and Research Institutions We have culled a sample list of centers that collect information and provide technical assistance to individuals, agencies, and institutions that are implementing school health programs. Youth Data Sources To assist you in compiling data to make your case for the need for a school health program, this list provides a sample of relevant sources.

12. NWHI Multi-Agency Education Project: Navigating Change
The project is an educational partnership that includes organizations, state agencies and federal agencies that share web page http//
You are here: / main expeditions Navigating Change 2004 Introduction The goal of Navigating Change is to motivate, encourage and challenge people to take action to improve the environmental conditions in their own backyards, especially as it pertains to our coral reefs. We want people to take responsibility for the stewardship and sustainability of our islands and our ocean. We are targeting our message to the youth of Hawai`i because the future is in their hands. To raise awareness of the environmental decline occurring in the main Hawaiian Islands, the Polynesian Voyaging Society has sailed the double hulled canoe Hokule`a throughout the main Hawaiian Islands carrying the Navigating Change message. School children and entire communities were challenged to take responsibility for our natural resources and our natural environment. This statewide sail began in March 2003.
Ask About It!

13. Distance Education Micronesia
and Learning http// PREL is a Coalition http// TEC is a and post secondary schools, educational agencies, broadcast agencies
Education in Yap
Microstate NETWORK

Microstate Network, Inc. provides strategic consulting and project administration/support services to governments, companies, organizations, and individuals, which desire to more effectively utilize information technologies to assist public and private sector development. PEACESAT
- The missions of PEACESAT are to: (1) facilitate "development" or "public service" telecommunications and information technology; (2) undertake telecommunications applications and technical experiments using satellites in the Pacific Island region; and (3) operate a public service satellite network in the Pacific Island region. Sasakawa Pacific Island Nations Fund (SPINF)
- For the purpose of building cooperative relationships between the Pacific Island Nations and Japan and also other countries in the international community, the Sasakawa Pacific Island Nations Fund (SPINF) awards grants in support of projects in three categories: 1) people exchanges, 2) human resource development, 3) info-communications networking. Sasakawa Peace Foundation

14. SchoolGrants Links - Federal Agencies
NEGP is an independent executive branch agency of the PREL (Pacific Resources for education and Learning). Kosrae, Pohnpel, and Yap), Guam, hawaii, Republic of
Home What's New Services
Vendors ...
Bring Home the Bacon Listserv Grant Writing
Grant Writing Tips

Grant Opportunities

Index to Grant Opptys
Sample Proposals ... Join the SchoolGrants Team! Links - Federal Agencies G et into the habit of regularly checking the various federal Web sites. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as other useful data. If you know of links that should be included here, please let me know . If you encounter a "dead" link, I would appreciate it if you would let me know - please include the Web page on which you encountered the problem so I can find it to correct it. (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.) Federal Agencies Regional Educational Laboratories Federal Agencies Department of Education Education Publications Related to ESEA Programs
Federal Register Announcements

Current Discretionary Grant Programs
No Child Left Behind Legislation
(H.R. 1)
No Child Left Behind
(ED Web Site) GrantsNet is the way to learn more about grants that are offered through HHS. You'll find funding opportunities, grant management information and other helpful resources on this site.

15. SchoolGrants: Links To State Agencies
State agencies. A C D F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W. A H. hawaii Department of education hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. I.
Home What's New Services
Vendors ...
Bring Home the Bacon Listserv Grant Writing
Grant Writing Tips

Grant Opportunities

Index to Grant Opptys
Sample Proposals ... Join the SchoolGrants Team! L inks - State Agencies You should regularly check your state education agency's website. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as many other items of interest and assistance to the state's educators.
As always, if you know of links that should be included here, please let me know! (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.) Links to " Full-text state statutes and legislation on the Internet ": This site links to sites containing full-text state constitutions, statutes (called codes or compiled laws in some states), legislation (bills, amendments and similar documents) and session laws (bills that have become laws). A great way to keep up with forthcoming grant opportunities is to watch your state's current legislative activities. If your state has a State Register, announcements for Requests for Proposal are published on a weekly basis (in Texas). I'd like to thank Nancy Salmon, Arts in Education Associate at the Maine Arts Commission for bringing my attention to the Arts in Education programs offered through many of the state arts councils. Links to each state's art council/commission have now been added to this page of the site.

16. RRFC Network
funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices States of Micronesia, Guam, hawaii, Idaho, Nevada
RRFC Network
About the FRC Conferences Federal
... Publications RRFC Network Technical
What's New
Home The Regional Resource and Federal Centers (RRFC) Network is comprised of the six Regional Resource Centers for Special Education and the FRC.
listing of states by RRC
What are the Regional Resource Centers?
The six Regional Resource Centers (RRCs) are specifically funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices, and policies that affect children and youth with disabilities. The RRCs help states and U.S. jurisdictions find integrated solutions for systemic reform, offering consultation, information services, technical assistance, training, and product development. The beneficiaries of the RRCs' work are children and youth with disabilities, and the families and professionals associated with them.
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Which RRC serves my state?

17. Regional Technology In Education Consortia (RTECs)
the RTECs help states, local educational agencies, teachers, school Utah Pacific Regional Technology in education Consortium (PR*TEC) hawaii, American Samoa
Regional Technology in
Education Consortia (RTECs)
Welcome Page Comprehensive Centers Eisenhower Consortia Equity Assistance Centers ... Regional Resource Centers Technology Consortia Secretary's Regional Representatives TA Alliance Vocational Education Clearinghouses ... Other Resources
Home Funded by the Technology for Education Act of 1994, the RTECs help states, local educational agencies, teachers, school library and media personnel, administrators, and other education entities integrate technologies into K-12 classrooms, and library media centers, adult literacy centers, and other educational settings. (Regional Map) Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the U.S. Virgin Islands
Mid Atlantic Regional Technology in Education Consortium (MAR*TEC)

Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania
Appalachia Regional Technology in Education Consortium (AR*TEC)

Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia
SouthEast Initiatives Regional Technology in Education Consortium (SEIR*TEC)

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, and West Virginia
North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium (NCRTEC)

Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

18. Learning Disabilities OnLine: LD In-Depth: Writing IEPs For Success
reasonably calculated to allow benefit, eg, hawaii Dept. the school district (or state education agency if district it applies to all public agencies to whom
Writing Individualized Education Programs
(IEPs) For Success
Barbara D. Bateman, Ph.D., J.D.
Secondary Education and Beyond
Learning Disabilities Association 1995
(currently out of print) Article Outline
I. Introduction
II. Developing the IEP
III. Transition Planning
The post-school success rates of students who have learning disabilities, as a group, have not been what we would all hope even though many individuals have been highly successful. A recent focus on greater school responsibility for the post-school life of students who have disabilities has resulted in new transition requirements. The purpose of this discussion is to present a different approach to writing IEPs, with special attention to the transition component This approach results in IEPs which, unlike most IEPs, are both educationally useful and legally correct. THE PROMISE After nearly seventeen years of life the Individual Education Program (IEP) the heart and soul of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is still in it's infancy, it's great potential unrealized and unappreciated. The IEP process and product frequently have been distorted beyond recognition. The purpose of this discussion is to show how the IEP process can work to produce IEPs that are both educationally useful and legally correct. The essence of legal correctness is that the IEP is tailored precisely to all the unique needs of the individual student. The core of educational utility is that the IEP spells out precisely how the school district will address each and every unique need and how it will determine whether and when a change in strategy or service is required. The IEP process must determine:

19. K-12 Standards Fact Sheet
150 school districts and intermediate education agencies establish and implement standardsbased education. the states of California, hawaii, Florida, Kansas
3rd edition 4th edition home page 3rd edition search Activities ... Economics - 4th Ed. McREL's Contributions to K-12 Standards
  • Published a database of K-12 content standards, entitled Content Knowledge: A Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks for K-12 Education online and in print
  • Posted standards-based resources on McREL's website where anyone who has Internet access may examine and use the material
  • Developed with Achieve, Inc. the Achieve+McREL standards database, an on-line tool that enables content providers to align their contentoncewith the McREL standards database and that content will be aligned automatically and instantly with 40+ states' standards in the Achieve+McREL standards database.
  • Posted in 1999 Standards for Career Education
  • Helped over 150 school districts and intermediate education agencies establish and implement standards-based education
  • Developed a comprehensive standards-based vocabulary list derived from an analysis of McREL's standards database that may be used for instructional, organizational, and key word search purposes by teachers, curriculum administrators, students, parents, and content providers.
  • Helped the states of California, Hawaii, Florida, Kansas, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Washington with various aspects of standards-based education (e.g., standards drafting, reviewing, evaluating, and analyzing)

20. State Profiles : Introduction
based groups, schools, and local agencies, these citizens 270 individuals are serving in hawaii communities as AmeriCorps members receive an education award of
Projects In Your State
Hawaii State Commission on National and Community Service

Stacy Higa, Chair
National Service in Hawaii
Meeting community needs in Hawaii. More than people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through national service projects across Hawaii. Serving with national and community nonprofit organizations, faith-based groups, schools, and local agencies, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, conduct neighborhood patrols, organize local homeland security efforts, respond to disasters, and recruit and manage volunteers. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service will provide more than to support Hawaii communities through three through three major programs: Senior Corps: More than 3,600 seniors in Hawaii contribute their time and talents in one of three programs: Foster Grandparents , who serve one-on-one with more than young people who have special needs; Senior Companions , who help more than other seniors live independently in their homes; and

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