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         Maryland Education Parent Resources:     more books (15)
  1. The parent professional partnership African American parents' participation in the special education process : final report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:403726) by Norma N. Allen, 1993
  2. Engaging parents and kindergartners in reading through a class lending library (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:405553) by Geraldine Britt, 1997
  3. Taking stock views of teachers, parents, and students on school, family, and community partnerships in high schools (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:380524) by Lori J. Connors, 1994
  4. Effects of the teachers involve parents in schoolwork (TIPS) social studies and art program on student attitudes and knowledge (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:324248) by Joyce Levy Epstein, 1989
  5. From parent to child final performance report for Library Services and Construction Act Title VI : library literacy program (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:379499) by Honore' L. Francois, 1990
  6. Doing things differently issues & options for creating comprehensive school linked services for children and youth with emotional or behavioral disorders (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:377610) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1994
  7. Contexts of emergent literacy everyday home experiences of urban pre-kindergarten children (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:378556) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1994
  8. Parental ideas about development and socialization of children on the threshold of schooling (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:405568) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1997
  9. Exploring school-family-community partnerships and achievement in Baltimore City elementary schools (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:453977) by Steven B. Sheldon, 2001
  10. The child first authority after-school program a descriptive evaluation (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:433384) by Olatokunbo S. Fashola, 1999
  11. Improving school and family partnerships in urban middle grades schools orientation days and school newsletters (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:339787) by Joyce L. Epstein, 1991
  12. Improving school and family partnerships in urban elementary schools reading activity packets and school newsletters (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:339786) by Susan C. Herrick, 1991
  13. Small wins the promises and challenges of family literacy (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:382333) by Lori J. Connors, 1994
  14. Trust fund school, family, and community partnerships in high schools (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:380525) by Joyce Levy Epstein, 1994

1. COPAA State Special Ed Resource Page
education Procedures Manual. Division of Exceptional Children Services. http// sepm/default.asp. parent and Teacher resources maryland Department of
The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates
An independent, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization of attorneys, advocates and parents established to improve the quality and quantity of legal assistance for parents of children with disabilities.
State Education Law Resources
This page contains a compilation of Special Education Law State-Specific Internet Resources submitted by COPAA listserv members. Please contact us , if you find any outdated or nonfunctional links. Be sure to include the link with your email.
State Education Law Resources are listed alphabetically. An alpha index is provided for your convenience. Not all States have their education laws or regulations on the Internet. If you know of a resource that is not listed here or you find an outdated link, drop us a note and we will add it as soon as possible. However, please do not expect us to conduct searches for you.
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2. MSDE Home Page
for your interest in maryland education. Nancy S. Grasmick, State Superintendent of Schools. In Focus. maryland s parent Advisory Council. resources for parents.
var NoOffFirstLineMenus=16; Search: Welcome to MSDE We've updated to better serve you. Just a few of the changes are a new color scheme, standardized navigation, and an enhanced search engine. Please visit again soon, and thank you for your interest in Maryland education. Nancy S. Grasmick, State Superintendent of Schools In Focus Maryland's Parent Advisory Council Resources for parents Useful links for students Information for educators News Releases and Videos 120 Md. schools to share $1.9 million for classroom breakfast (June 8, 2004) MARYLAND K-16 LEADERSHIP COUNCIL TO ACT ON WORKGROUP PROPOSALS (June 8, 2004) New guidelines announced for free and reduced-price school meals (June 8, 2004) WARNING SIGNS FOR EARLY MARIJUANA USE EMERGE FROM REVIEW OF ADOLESCENT SURVEY (June 8, 2002) Highlight Maryland Parent Leadership Institute Application for Class of 2004 Events MD State Board of Education Meeting Orientation Meeting: New 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grantees ... MD Service Learning Conference Related Sites MD Report Card Certification Maryland Governor's Site Nonpublic Schools ...

3. Education World® - Parent Resources : Education Programs : Summer Camps : Gener
Newsletters. TOP parent resources education Programs Summer Camps Located on 22 wooded acres just north of the marylandPennsylvania line

4. Maryland Education Resources For People With Disabilities And Their Families
County Public Schools Special education page as Montgomery County - parent Resource Page - Phone 301-657-4969 Point Lookout Road, Leonardtown, maryland 20650
Maryland Education and Day Care Resources
for People with Disabilities
The Arc of Montgomery County (The Arc, MC) - offers AFTER ALL, an after school enrichment program for pre-teens and teenagers with disabilities in an inclusive community setting at The Boys and Girls Club of Silver Spring. This year-round program is open all day on school holidays. For more information, call 301-681-4623 or 310-984-5792.
  • BUILDING BRIDGES PROJECT - This program increases the availability of child care options for children with disabilities and their families by providing training and support to families and community child care providers. Families and child care providers can call the Building Bridges coordinator directly to be eligible for this service at 301-294-4953 or 301-984-5777.
  • FAMILY, INFANT AND CHILD CARE CENTER (FICCC) - specialized child care for infants and children with medical conditions, from six weeks to five years old. For more information, call 301-279-2165.
    KARASIK CHILD CARE CENTER - an enrichment program providing year-round full- and part-time care for children of preschool and elementary school age with and without special care needs. For more information, call 301-593-0444.
    MONTGOMERY PRIMARY ACHIEVEMENT CENTER (MPAC) - a nonpublic, nonprofit, special education program for children (ages 2 to 8) who have identified developmental delays. MPAC also provides specialized instruction to children in Montgomery County with autism through the Collaborative Autism Preschool Program (CAPP. For more information, call 301-593-3797. For more information, call 301-593-3797.

5. Education Resources Index
Internet education resources Index. education Web Sites . . . This index contains a selected group of over 1 600 web sites that have been recomended by educators. Internet education resources Index. Caroline County Public Schools. Caroline County maryland - USA Direct TechEd Bridge Project. parent resources Guide. Computer/Technology Reference
Internet Education Resources Index
Caroline County Public Schools
Caroline County - Maryland - USA Direct questions or comments to:
Education Web Sites . . . This index contains a selected group of over 1,600 web sites that have been recomended by educators. All the sites have been initially screened for appropriate content but cannot be guaranteed, due to the dynamic nature of the World Wide Web. Search by Content Area: Computer/technology Reference Language Arts Mathematics Professional Development Reference Index Science Social Studies The Arts Items Indexed by the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Enter Keyword for Search: Return records at a time
Other Resources Search Engines
A listing of sites that will let you find what you are looking for on the Net... TechEd Bridge Project Parent Resources Guide Computer/Technology Reference Internet for Educators Workshop ... Downloadables! Check it out...

6. MCCPTA: Resources For Parents
MCCPTA resources for Parents. About Schools in maryland About Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Helping Children Learn education Issues Answers to Your
MCCPTA: Resources for Parents
About Schools in Maryland
About Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS)

Helping Children Learn

Education Issues

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Parenting Workshops, Seminars and Support

Computer Access and Information

Homework Help

Recreation and Enrichment
(including Summer School and Camps)
State and National PTA
About Schools in Maryland
Maryland School Performance (MSP) Report - annual state, school system, and school level information. Maryland School Assessment given each spring to Maryland 's students to test their mastery of the basics and how well they can apply that knowledge in authentic problem-solving situations. Part of the US Department of Education's No Child Left Behind Act. Site gives information on satte, county school system and local schools. Reports broken down by student groups in reading and math. Also provides information on graduation rates for high schools.
Maryland's High School Improvement Program - high school assessments intended to create higher expectations in grades 9-12. Tests will gauge both school performance and individual student performance. High School Core Learning Goals, Sample Assessment Items and Assessment Credit Requirements are provided.

7. Middle Education Resources
Search for educational information and links in over 50 categories. Middle education resources. AB C It includes resources, job listings, information, teachers associations, parent associations, and to sixth graders in maryland. This impressive
Middle Education Resources
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1492: An Ongoing Voyage
This site features information on Columbus's historic voyage from the Library of Congress archives. Not much on graphics, but a lot of good information here.
5-8 Resources
This is the middle school section of the SCORE mathematics site. It's a wonderful list of applicable Web resources in mathematics, fully annotated and including general reference sites plus lessons and activities.
A. Pintura: Art Detective
You, the detective, can help solve "The Case of Grandpa's Painting" and learn a few things about color, style, composition, and some famous artists at the same time. Fun stuff.
Academy of Achievement
The Academy of Achievement brings you pictures and stories of "legendary achievers" of the 20th century in areas such as arts, public service, sports, and science. It’s a diverse and interesting group. There’s also a section where you can hear achievers tell how important qualities such as passion and vision have been to them. (Slow, but there is a low bandwidth version.)
AFRO-Americ@: Kids Zone
This site has games, puzzles, and fables, many pertaining to Africa and African Americans. You can also find out a lot about the African continent. This is a good place to increase your child's appreciation for diversity.

8. Distance Learning Resources And Links
sites, AskERIC, National parent Information Network and the Department of education, instructional resources and info University of maryland System Institute for Distance education
Central Florida Consortium of Higher Education
Resources for Learning
About Distance Education
Last updated June 3, 1996
General Education
Distance Learning
Online Courseware
Distance Learning and the Web ...
Professional Opportunities
General Education
United States Department of Education
This is the homepage of the United States Department of Education located in Washington DC. Links include Guides for teachers, funding opportunities, contacts, publications and links to other resources
This is the Web site of the distributors of the electronic newsletter, Edupage and Educom Review. It represents a Consortium of educational institutions committed to transforming education through technology
ERIC On-Line Clearinghouse
This site is the same ERIC as in libraries, Educational Resources Information Center. Links include those to other gopher and Web sites, AskERIC, National Parent Information Network and the National Library of Information
FIRN Florida Education Resource Network
This site is the homepage for the E-mail network constructed and used in Florida specifically for teachers. This site also has links to the Florida Department of Education, instructional resources and info on State and Federal government
Florida Educator's Cyberspace Navigator
This site is produced by a joint effort between the Florida Statewide Systemic Initiative (SSI) and the Florida Information Resource Network (FIRN). It has great links to Florida Government information

9. Parent Involvement Programs In Maryland
The maryland PTA regularly holds conferences and workshops for and in ensuring high quality public education. Major resources on parent involvement include the
Parent Involvement Programs in Maryland
Maryland State Department of Education
In May 1997, the Maryland State Board of Education (MSDE) adopted the following policy: "Every Maryland school will promote partnerships that will increase parental involvement and participation in promoting the social, emotional, and academic growth of children." The Maryland State Department of Education's Division of Student and School Services has programs related to parent involvement. The Division is responsible for administering and supervising Title I funds and other programs serving educationally disadvantaged students and schools with many children from low-income families. Phone: 410-767-0278 The Division also works "to promote, integrate and increase family involvement in schools to support the achievement and well-being of children as lifetime learners, and to enhance the performance of schools." Phone: 410-767-0620 MSDE is a member of the National Network of Partnership Schools sponsored by the Center on School, Family and Community Partnerships at Johns Hopkins University. Through pre-service training and in-service technical assistance and networking, action teams from individual schools in participating local school systems can develop and carry out school plans for Joyce Epstein's framework of six types of parent involvement. For more information about Maryland's Partnerships Schools program, call Maria Schaeffer, MSDE, 410-767-0296 or Joyce L. Epstein, Center Director at 410-516-8800.

10. Education World® - Parent Resources : Children's Health : General Resources
Newsletters. TOP parent resources Children's Health American Academy of Pediatrics maryland Chapter . American Academy of Copyright 2000 by education World, Inc. All Rights

11. Eye On Education/Parent Resources
MA 02140 http// A nonprofit organization that helps parents get more US Department of education 800872-5327 400 maryland Ave., SW

Boston Public Schools

After-School Programs

Parent Resources

Parent Perspectives

Parents: Parent Resources Resources List Remember you are not alone! There are many organizations dedicated to helping you support your child's learning. Get your questions answered and get informed about what you can do to help your child by calling or visiting an organization in your neighborhood. Here is just a handful organizations to get you started.
Massachusetts National
Boston Resources
Boston Partners in Education
44 Farnsworth St.
Boston, MA 02110 An independent, nonprofit organization that trains and places thousands of volunteers in Boston public schools. Boston Public Schools (BPS) BPS Main Office 26 Court St. Boston, MA 02108 Practical information about Boston public schools, including enrollment, transportation, MCAS, special education, and bilingual education. Hosts an annual Showcase of Schools at the Bayside Expo Center in early January. BPS Citywide Parents Council 21 Deckard St.

12. Parent And Family Resources School Improvement in maryland. page for the US Department of education. Parents’ Organizations and resources Parenting provides links to
About Us Teachers Students Home ...
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General Info School Profiles Calendars School Policies Parent Info Parent and Community Advisory Board Parent and Family Resources Parent Involvement Parent Connection ... Assistive Technology Community Info School Board Meeting Schedule Community Resources Public Hearing Policy
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-Office of the Ombudsperson
-Twilight School Programs

College Resources
College Info - Provides links to resources about financial aid for college. CollegeNET- This is a complete online guide to colleges, universities, graduate programs and financial aid. Find the perfect college for you with the college search engine, online application and free financial aid search and information

13. Maryland State Resources
Toparent Carrie A. Brown, education and Resource Specialist Partners for Success Division of Special education/Early Intervention Services maryland State
NICHCY State Resources : Maryland
A publication of the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
Maryland State Resources
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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 Paul S. Sarbanes (D)
309 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

14. Online Resources For Special Education - Maryland -
related processes, and lists parent resources stateby information on special education law and
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15. Online Resources For Parent Involvement In Schools - Maryland -
Among its parent involvement suggestions are Public education Network PEN has produced an
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Online Resources for Parent Involvement in Schools Click on these links to learn about the powerful impact of parent involvement in schools and to connect with groups that promote parent involvement.

16. Resources For Parents
maryland parent Teacher Association. KidSource Online education Articles Excellent websites on how to parent resources from the National education Association.

The Parents Guide to the Internet
is intended to help parents - regardless of your level of technological know-howmake use of the on-line world as an important educational tool. The guide gives parents an introduction to the Internet and suggests how parents can allow their children to tap into the wonders of the Internet while safeguarding them from its potential hazards.
Click Here Website managed by the BCPS Office of Library Information Services. Included are: Links to outstanding Internet websites from local, state, and national agencies;
Electric Library a fee-based database of full text magazine and newspaper articles for which students and parents have remote access - use from home. Literatue Resource Center, a fee-based database relating to authors and literary criticism. (See library media specialist for your school's password and logon directions for these databases.)
Online Research Models
- award winning lessons that teach students how to conduct research and prepare reports.

17. Resources For Parents And Kids
schools. The Family Works, The US Department of education Goals 2000 parent Information and Resource Center of maryland. For parents
Caroline County Public Schools Parent Resource Guide For Parents For Families For Kids Recommended Reading ... College Financial Aid Developed in cooperation with the Maryland State Department of Education and NetWeekend '98, Parris N. Glendening, Governor FOR PARENTS Parent'Smart is a guide of the best information available on the web to help a child succeed in school. All information available on the site has been evaluated and rated by education experts. Parent'Smart is a valuable teaching tool for schools and school districts. The site serves as a link between parents, teachers, students, and the community. It allows teachers and parents to quickly find information about a variety of topics related to their students. Kids Connect @ The Library: Tips for Parents Family Education Network , provides tools and support to develop an Internet information service that brings local, state and national education resources together in one place free of charge to both parents and schools. The Family Works , The U.S. Department of Education Goals 2000 Parent Information and Resource Center of Maryland

18. Teacher And Parent Resources
to helping students, teachers and parents learn, practice htm Pathways to Freedom maryland Public Television Topeka Kansas, Board of education http//www.mcps
Teacher and Parent Links Social Studies

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Science Resources
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AIMS Education Foundation AIMS activities integrate science and math into performance based lessons. MCPS Science Homepage Science resources provided by Montgomery County Public Schools. Contains new curriculum blueprints and ideas on writing science lesson plans for elementary students K-6. Hands-on Science Lesson Plans These lesson plans were developed by Science Connectors or modified by Science Connectors from existing activities. These activities cover a range of grade levels, but most of them may be easily modified to fit individual classroom use. Rocks and Minerals Fourth Grade teachers will love this one. KidsKonnect has compiled a hotlist of resources to use with rocks and minerals.

19. Parent Resources
parent resources, The maryland State Department of education does not necessarily endorse any links from this site, and is not responsible for their content or
var NoOffFirstLineMenus=16; Search: MSDE Home Audiences Parents Parent Resources ... Teachers and Principals Audiences Audiences Parents Parent Resources The Maryland State Department of Education does not necessarily endorse any links from this site, and is not responsible for their content or any consequences arising thereof. Maryland Parent Leadership Institute Application for Class of 2004
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Maryland School Assessment (MSA) Information Voluntary State Curriculum Information Information
The Access Center is a national technical assistance (TA) center funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs to improve educational outcomes for elementary and middle school students with disabilities. It is dedicated to building the capacity of State educators, TA systems, districts, and schools, to help students with disabilities learn from the general education curriculum. This Web site contains free educational resources. Interagency Committee on School Construction
Maryland Manual On-line: A Guide to Maryland Government

McGraw-Hill Learning Network

Showcases K-12 materials and content in a Web-based community
Maryland Adult Literacy Resource Center

Contact Information Maryland State Department of Education
Office of Academic Policy
Communications and Strategic Planning 200 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201

20. TeachersFirst - E-READY Special Education Parent Resources
the work of 35 representatives of education, county government, adult services providers, employers, and parents in Montgomery County, maryland
Helping At-Risk Youth Make the
School-to-Work Transition. ERIC Digest ERIC Identifier: ED321158
Publication Date: 1990-00-00
Author: Lowry, Cheryl Meredith
Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult Career and Vocational Education Columbus OH. The changing demographics of the U.S. work force mean that programs and services to help youth make a successful transition from school to work will be increasingly needed throughout this decade. Such services are necessary if women, minorities, and immigrants are to make up the predicted 80 percent of new workers by the year 2000, and if the United States is to be successful in an increasingly competitive world marketplace. This ERIC DIGEST is based on Feichtner (1989), a synthesis of research on school-to-work transition. The digest describes transition services and the youth who need them, lists programmatic barriers to effective delivery of services, describes models for service delivery, and discusses successful practices. Services and At-Risk Youth School-to-work transition services are intended to help youth develop the skills and attitudes they need to find and keep employment, to obtain and maintain a meaningful adult life-style, and to develop positive social interactions. The most accepted outcome measure of success for transition service programs is the eventual employment of the at-risk youth. A wide array of services may be necessary, including legal help, housing services, health care, financial aid, employment assistance, career guidance, basic skills education, occupational training, language assistance, transportation, and child care.

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