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  1. Religious education in the public schools of the state and city of New York : a historical study / by Arthur Jackson Hall. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  2. The minimum cost of living : a study of families of limited income in New York City / by Winifred Stuart Gibbs. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  3. The adolescent offender. : A study of the agelimit of the Children's Court / made by the Committee on Criminal Courts of the Charity Organization Society of the City of New York. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  4. Elementary school standards : instruction, course of study, supervision, applied to New York City schools. / By Frank M. McMurry ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  5. How New York City administers its schools : a constructive study / by Ernest Carroll Moore. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  6. Intermarriage in New York city; a statistical study of the amalgamation of e uropean peoples ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  7. Wageearners' budgets : a study of standards and cost of living in New York City / by Louise Bolard More ; with a preface by Franklin H. Giddings. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  8. Parttime types of elementary school in New York city: a comparative study of pupil achievement / by Frank M. Quance ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  9. High school organization : a constructive study applied to New York city / by Frank W. Ballou ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  10. A study of 201 truants in the New York City schools by the Subcommission on Causes and Effects of Crime. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  11. The economic condition of the printing industry in New York city : a wage arbitration study of the book and job branch / by David R. Craig ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  12. The ancient city: a study on the religion, laws, and institutions of Greece and Rome. By Fustel de Coulanges. Tr. from the latest French edition by Willard Small. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-22
  13. The girl and her chance : a study of conditions surrounding the young girl between fourteen and eighteen years of age in New York city / prepared for the ... New York city by Harriet McDoual Daniels ... by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20
  14. A study of the New York City milk problem / by Irwin G. Jennings. by Michigan Historical Reprint Series, 2005-12-20

1. U.S. Universities, By State
studies. Concordia CollegeAnn Arbor. Cornerstone University. Davenport University. Eastern michigan University. Ferris state Crookston. Duluth. Morris. Twin cities. University of Saint
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2. The Center For Urban Studies - Wayne State University
The mission of Wayne state University's Center for Urban studies is to improve understanding of and provide innovative responses to urban challenges and opportunities. The center pursues its Crime Stats The U.S., Major cities and Detroit DAAA) Project The state of michigan distributes money to its The Center for Urban studies has been conducting an evaluation of
CUS serves as an external evaluator for the WSU College of Education's United States Department of Education "Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3)" grant. Recently CUS evaluators Marie Colombo and Stephanie Bales, along with project Principal Investigator Mary Walker and staff member Donna Carroll, attended the annual PT3 grantee meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. The powerpoint presentation is available for viewing below.
Formative Evaluation Findings from Teachers On The Go Pilot Project: A PT3 Initiative

The Skillman Center, in cooperation with CUS/MIMIC, has just published 3 new factsheets.
Arab Children and Families in the Tri-County Area

Latino Children and Families in the Tri-County Area

Asian Children and Families in the Tri-County Area

The Demographic Tapestry of Metropolitan Detroit
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Detroit Area Agency on Aging (DAAA) Project- The State of Michigan distributes money to its 16 regional aging agencies based on three factors - total population 60 and over; minority population 60 and over; percent of 60+ living below 150% of poverty. DAAA realizes that it has lost ground on all three factors and has engaged CUS/MIMIC and WSU'S Dept. of Community Medicine to develop demographic and health profiles of its senior population.
Early On Evaluation Project- Early On is a system designed to coordinate early intervention and other services for families who have children (ages - 3) experiencing developmental delays or who have disabilities or special needs. The Center for Urban Studies has been conducting an evaluation of the Early On Project for the Department of Education. CUS does this through surveys of families, staff, and the local governing body as well as focus groups of families and staff.

3. Tourism Area Of Expertise
michigan Tourism Investment Forum. May 2627, 2004. Dearborn, michigan. News release. 2004 National Extension Tourism Conference " Projects, services and programs. Programs and services to be provided in 2003/2004. michigan state University Extension - Parks and Recreation trends and studies (national as well as by state), agritourism, heritage in alphabetical order of cities in which CVBs are
Last update: June 07, 2004 2004 National Extension Tourism Conference
"People, Places and Partnerships: Keys to Success"
September 27 - 30, 2004
Kissimmee, Florida
Information on the Tourism AOE Team
web site
Tourism Matters
Latest issue: Fall 2003. Projects, services and programs
Programs and services to be provided in 2003/2004. Tourism Profiles of Each County in Michigan
Key travel and tourism inventory data and trends for each county in Michigan. The data presented in the profiles are most current available. Most recent issue - June 2001. Michigan Travel Indicators
Monthly, seasonal and annual reports on travel and tourism facts, trends, and people's intentions to travel. (This is a link to another web site!) Members
Tourism Area of Expertise Team members and contact information. Co-chairs: Dave Smyth and Don Holecek (interim). Independently Owned Lodging Properties in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and in Northern Lower Peninsula A summary of the survey (file readable in Adobe Acrobat Reader ; file size - 117KB) M-66 T ourism Assistance Program Tourism Assistance Program in west-central Michigan The general goal of the TAP program is to build the capacity of communities to deliver sustainable tourism marketing programs. Our strategy is to concentrate our resources to provide in-depth educational programming, inventory of the tourism resources, visitor, local resident and business surveys over a two-three year period in a selected community. The TAP project is tailored to the needs of the communities requesting assistance.

4. State Government And Politics
Legal Research/state Code/michigan/Code. medicaid w/5 policy briefs and studies of the National Conference on state federal government, states, large cities and counties, and school
State Government and Politics STATE GOVERNMENTS
Congressional Delegations Constitutions Courts ... Legislature Web Sites PUBLIC POLICY
Web Sources
Advocacy Groups Political Parties
State Government Associations
Elections Statistics LOCAL GOVERNMENT Last updated on April 20, 2004
Government Directories Web Sources
  • InfoSpace's Government Links (Carroll)
    • Extensive directory of federal, state, county and municipal web sites
  • Motor Vehicle Departments (AAMVA)
    • Links to state motor vehicle departments on the web
  • State and Local Governments via Library of Congress
    • Comprehensive link for state and local web sites
  • Salaries of State Officials
    • Book of the States (Doc. Cen. JK 2403 .B72)
      • Provides comparative salaries for governors, executive branch officials, legislators and judges in various chapters
      • See index under "salaries" at the back of the book
    • State and Local Government via Piper Resources
      • Comprehensive link for state government web sites, updated daily
      • Includes U.S. Territories
      • Links to federal and non-government national organizations serving state and local governments
      Printed Directories
      • State Yellow Book, 1989+

5. ProTeacher! Fifty United States Lesson Plans For Elementary School Teachers In G
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6. State Studies
state studies for Midwest Region michigan from its islands, rivers, waterfalls, and national parks to its farmlands, villages, and cities. Traveling over 1800 miles in the state
State Studies for Midwest Region Call us at (800)373-8762 Home How to Order Email Us Visit with Our Authors at Your School ... About River Road Other Subjects: Books by Janie Lynn Panagopoulos American and Regional Studies
A New Poetry Collection by Denise Rodgers
Illustrated by Julie Martin
With over fifty poems and charming illustrations, this new collection proves that "the Great Lakes are great lakes for rhythm and rhyme"- and that poetry can be an invaluable tool for the classroom.
Order #682-80-6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$9.95 Exploring the Great Lakes: A Logbook of Adventures
The Great Lakes are just that - great! A great natural resource for our nation and a great teaching resource for the classroom. And Exploring the Great Lakes: A Logbook of Adventures is the perfect guide for learning about or teaching the Great Lakes. This new product from River Road Publications includes:

7. Other Resources
The listings are by social studies organization and by state the U.S. Their Capital cities and Information Links. for the Humanities in partnership with michigan state University
Boards and Departments of Education Government Resources History-Social Studies References Latino Resources ... Museums and Exhibits Online
Boards and Departments of Education
California Department of Education. Information on all facets of K-12 state education programs with links to a variety of resources on the Internet.
Los Angeles County Board of Education. LACOE provides over 400 programs and servicesranging from Educational Programs and Educational Services, to Business Services and Technology. Use their PowerSearch engine to find exactly what you're looking for.
Los Angeles Unified School District. School district resources which include classroom management tips, success strategies, and helpful hints.
State Departments of Education. This site provides links to the 50 state departments of education in the United States.
U.S. Department of Education. Contains a Teacher's Guide to resources offered by the Department as well as programs and services, additional publications and products, news releases, and links to other sites of interest to teachers. You can also search the Department's document collection by entering key words.
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Government Resources
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids.

8. Political Science And Public Policy Resources: Area Studies
BUBL Country studies. Capital cities and cities of 100 studies on the Internet. http// Compiled by Dr. Peter Limb of michigan state
Area Studies Africa Asia Europe Latin American and the Caribbean ... Alphabetical with Annotations World ABC News - World Index
Altapaedia Online

Amnesty International Annual Report

Amnesty International Library
Yahoo's Links to Countries

Africa A to Z of African Studies on the Internet
Africa Bib

Africa Demilitarization

Africa Policy Information Center
Yahoo's African Studies Links

Asia Asia Foundation Asia Society Asia Source Asia Studies WWW Virtual Library ... Korea Web Weekly Europe About.Com Guide to the Balkans and Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina Web Links Britain USA (British Embassy): News and Events... British Studies Web ... Yahoo's Russian and East European Studies Links Latin America Americas (U.S. Dept. of State) Center for Interntional Policy's Colombia Project Center for Interntional Policy's Cuba Project Center for Interntional Policy's Latin American Demilitarization Program ... Yahoo's Latin American Studies Links Middle East Al-Bawaba Arabia.On.Line Arabic Media Internet Network (AMIN) ArabNet ... Jerusalem Post North America Americas (U.S. Dept. of State)

9. Michigan Rally Protests Higher Death Rates Of Urban Seniors In State
studies commissioned by DAAA and the Senior Citizens show dramatically higher mortalityrates in urban michigan cities. higher than the rest of the state;.
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10. The Center For Urban Studies - Wayne State University
is organized as an alphabetical listing of all cities, townships and for Urban studies(CUS) at Wayne state University, the Southeast michigan Council of
The 2000 Census Community Profiles for Southeast Michigan are now available.
Presented in two volumes -

Volume 1: Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties Volume 2: Livingston, Monroe, St. Clair and Washtenaw Counties
Community Profiles provide a distilled access to the full array of data collected in the 2000 Census. We have taken the detailed computer files released by the Census Bureau and selected, and formatted, the variables that we deem most relevant. The profiles are organized into six (6) tables “4 for population and 2 for housing “and present the information in both numerical and percentage terms. The table geography is organized as an alphabetical listing of all cities, townships and villages within each of the counties.
The profiles represent a cooperative venture of the Center for Urban Studies (CUS) at Wayne State University, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) and the Southeast Michigan Census Council (SEMCC).
In addition to these volumes, CUS entered into a cooperative venture with United Way Community Services of Metropolitan Detroit (UWCS) to replicate the profile design for the 39 subcommunities in the City of Detroit.
2000 Census Subcommunity Profiles for the City of Detroit
These publications are available for purchase:
Volume 1: Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties

11. Michigan State Unit Study - Geography, State Symbols & Facts
state Unit Study to learn the geography, state symbols and facts about michigan. These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of Print the michigan state Map and
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12. Study Proposal A Hamstrings Michigan Cities - 4/18/04
two of 17 overrides sought by communities across the state, according to a studyby the Citizen’s Research Council of michigan. But some cities have passed
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  • Macomb ignored tip on theft from elderly - 04/19/04 Wayne County Should Chip Out of its Money-Losing Sand Traps - 04/19/04 Oversight key as number of abuse cases increases - 04/19/04
  • Comment on this story Send this story to a friend Get Home Delivery LIVONIA — Ten years after Michigan voters overhauled the state’s property tax system, a new study shows local governments chafing under its fiscal constraints.

    13. If Michigan Resists Urge To Increase Taxes, Studies Show More Jobs
    Keep defining marriage as between man, woman; Don t balance state s budget by Roadsare Key to Boosting michigan Economy; Secret City Credit Cards Were
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    14. WWW-VL Medieval Europe
    Home Page; Medieval Institute at Western michigan U; Bibliography by Michael Hanly(Washington state University). Lecture 9 Medieval cities, Bruges and Florence
    The WWW Virtual Library
    History Index
    Medieval Europe
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    15. MDCIS - Energy Office - Case Studies
    $650,000 was partially funded by a $50,000 grant from the state of michigan andthe US of Energy s state Energy Program. Traverse City, MI 49685 616/9224470.
    Power Wind Generator
    The wind turbine was made possible because of community support for a green rate program. The green rates are voluntary residential and commercial rates available to customers willing to pay a premium for wind generated electricity. The green rate premium of 1.58 cents/kWh amounts to a 17-23% increase depending on the rate class. For the average residential customer this is a $7.58/month bill increase. An average green rate customer will annually avoid the burning of three tons of coal and air pollution consisting of 10,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide, 60 lbs. of sulfur dioxide, and 40 lbs. of nitrogen oxides. With an amortized operating cost of 5.5 cents/kWh, the customer green rate premium of 1.58 cents/kWh and the federal renewable energy production incentive of 1.5 cents/kWh, the wind generator provides electricity at a cost equal to that available from the municipal power pool.
    Bay Energy Services
    Box 777
    Suttons Bay, MI 49682

    16. OTT News
    manufacturing and service firms, according to the study. michigan s cities make upthe top five when comparing the lowest burdened of each state s income and
    Michigan Cities Top Business Climate Benchmarking Study, Reports Michigan Economic Development Corporation:
    Saginaw and Grand Rapids Receive High Rankings
    LANSING, Mich., March 15 /PRNewswire/ A study released by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation found that Michigan cities are attractive settings for locating service and manufacturing firms. Conducted by Anderson Economic Group, a consulting firm dealing in business climate issues, the study benchmarked the business climate of select Michigan areas against competing economic development rivals. It compared tax rates, fees, regulatory burdens, utility costs, wages, business costs and other government burdens. "This study establishes performance benchmarks for the business climate, and measures Michigan directly against those benchmarks," said Doug Rothwell, Michigan Economic Development Corporation CEO and president. "It shows we are on the right track, especially with our efforts to phase-out the single business tax. We are capable of competing with the best." The Michigan areas evaluated Ann Arbor, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, Auburn Hills and Delta Township were compared to the following cities that compete directly with Michigan for economic expansion: Birmingham (AL), Indianapolis, Columbus, Madison (WI), Fort Wayne, Georgetown (KY), Burlington (NC), Route 128 area (MA), Fairfax County (VA), and Toronto, Ontario. In particular, Grand Rapids and Saginaw were found to be high performers. The study pointed to Saginaw's low business cost that makes it an attractive city to local service businesses. Grand Rapids ranked number one in terms of profitability for manufacturing and service firms, according to the study. In addition, the return on equity comparison for service firms found that Saginaw, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor took the top three rankings, respectively. Michigan's cities make up the top five when comparing the lowest burdened of each state's income and value added tax.

    17. Governing: State Egov Rankings
    out the top 10 were Texas, Indiana, Tennessee, California, michigan (which rose anaverage of 32 for each state — and then Similar studies of city and global
    Posted September 15, 2003 The full state/federal study online
    Grading the cities on e-gov
    Study: State Web Sites
    Fall Short on Readability WHAT GOOD Brown University’s
    State eGov Scorecard State 2003 Rank 2002 Rank Mass. Texas Ind. Tenn. Calif. Mich. Pa. N.Y. Fla. Ky. Ill. Mo. N.J. S.D. Ariz. Wash. Utah Md. Va. N.C. Kan. Conn. N.H. Del. Maine Ohio Minn. La. N.D. Idaho Ga. Nev. R.I. Ore. Iowa Wis. Ark. Okla. Colo. Wyo. W.Va. S.C. Mont. Vt. Hawaii Ala. Miss. Neb. N.M. Alaska Overall, Massachusetts topped the state rankings, vaulting up from the 24th position last year. Rounding out the top 10 were Texas, Indiana, Tennessee, California, Michigan (which rose from 19th place to sixth), Pennsylvania, New York, Florida and Kentucky (which jumped to the 10th position from 44th). Alaska was the bottom-ranked site. Also among the bottom 10 were New Mexico, Nebraska, Mississippi, Alabama, Hawaii, Vermont, Montana, South Carolina and West Virginia. The presence of online publications and databases has become near-universal, with 98 percent of the site providing access to publications (up from 93 percent last year) and 80 percent hosting accessible databases (up from 57 percent). The full state/federal study online
    Grading the cities on e-gov
    Congressional Quarterly, Inc.

    18. AAA Michigan - Michigan Living: Investing In Ideas
    Granholm sent a letter to the mayors of 254 michigan communities encouraging themto brainstorm on how they can make their cities and the state in general

    19. State Energy Program: Case Studies In Michigan
    state Case studies. Download Acrobat Reader. Ann Arbor City Hall Natural Gas FiredChiller The michigan Energy Office published this case study about how

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    SEP Case Studies in Michigan
    The following case studies are listed in reverse chronological order by state and consist of two parts. The first contains SEP case studies are published by DOE's State Energy Program in conjunction with state energy offices and deal with how a state approached a particular energy issue or promoted the adoption of renewable energy or energy efficiency technologies. The second part contains state case studies are published by the states themselves or by technology programs in DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) about energy projects in the states.
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    • Ann Arbor City Hall Natural Gas Fired Chiller
      The Michigan Energy Office published this case study about how electrical costs have decreased every year since 1992 when the Ann Arbor City Hall replaced its electric powered chiller with a new gas powered chiller to provide air conditioning for the 90,000 sq ft building 1996. Cherry Capital Cycling Club Green Commuting Project
      The Michigan Energy Office published this case study. The Cherry Capital Cycling Club in Traverse City was awarded a Community Energy Project Grant in 1998. The Club's Transportation Alternatives Section planned a Bike to Work Week, which included various community events and an educational display 1998.

    20. Michigan Social Studies
    Lake michigan lies between the two peninsulas The Lower peninsula contains the cities,industry, and http//
    Michigan People History Social Studies Home Alabama Alaska Arizona ... Wyoming For information about Ancient Michigan , go to American Archaeology , state by state. Department of Natural Resources Hunting and fishing information for the state of Michigan. You will find educational materials for teachers and students, recreation and camping information and articles about wildlife habitat. - illustrated - From State of Michigan - Introduction to Michigan - The United States of America "Michigan is quite unique among the states in that it is divided into two distinct geographic sections, the Upper peninsula, and the Lower peninsula. Lake Michigan lies between the two peninsulas. The Upper peninsula is very sparsely populated, more than 90% of the peninsula being forested. The Lower peninsula contains the cities, industry, and agriculture. The Upper and Lower Peninsulas were connected in 1957 with the construction of Big Mac, the Mackinac Bridge." This plus a lot more. - illustrated - From -

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