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21. Michigan Education Association - Redirect
of primarily michiganbased education and family agencies formed a michigan education Association 1216 Kendale Blvd 2573 800-292-1934 E-mail
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22. MEDC - Smart Labor Force
agencies, MDCD, and the michigan Economic Development Corporation. michigan TECHNICAL education CENTERS SM (MTEC SM ) michigan has committed $60

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  • Michigan's total labor force now exceeds 5.1 million, more than the populations of 31 other states.
  • In 1997, a total of 91,053 public high school graduates entered the workforce.
  • In comparison to surrounding states, Michigan's younger population profile insures a balanced long-term employee pool.
Areas of Surplus Labor
While Michigan's unemployment rate overall has remained at record lows for 5 years, areas remain where labor is in plentiful supply. The map of unemployment rates by county is updated monthly and can be accessed at MEDC TRAINING FUND Economic Development Job Training (EDJT)
Under Michigan's streamlined employee training program, a total of $31 million is available to businesses annually for training. A total of 58,257 current (86%) and new (14%) workers received training under the program in 1999. Monies can be used to create jobs or upgrade skills for existing workers. Grants are awarded through an annual competition each November. The fund is the link between local training providers, employers, economic development organizations, local Michigan Works! agencies, MDCD, and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.

23. Welcome To MLHS
PUBLIC education To facilitate consensus building and from various state departments, nonprofit agencies, associations and the needs of michigan’s residents.
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24. Citizens Research Council Of Michigan Homepage
Report 335, Organization of State of michigan education Functions. . The Outline of the michigan Tax System has to tax laws, administering agencies, and other

Citizens Research Council of Michigan
The right to criticize government is also an obligation to know what you are talking about.
Lent Upson, 1st Executive Director of CRC
The Citizens Research Council of Michigan is a private, not-for-profit public affairs research organization established in 1916 to provide nonpartisan analysis of state and local government organization and finance in Michigan.
May 10, 2004 , Connecticut is looking at its tax system with an eye toward tax restructuring. The New London Day asked CRC President Earl M. Ryan to size up the Michigan experience. The Day ran Ryan's article on Sunday, May 9, as part of a special section on tax reform. To read the article, Click Here
May 5, 2004 , The Michigan Municipal League recently released a report entitled System Failure: Michigan's Broken Municipal Finance Model . This report discusses operation of the property tax system in Michigan under the Headlee Amendment and the cap on assessments imposed as part of Proposal A of 1994.
In March 2001, the Citizens Research Council published a report examining the growing gap between taxable value (TV) and state equalized value (SEV) entitled

25. IRA Committee: State Education Agency Leaders In Reading And Language Arts
reading and language arts of State education agencies for review of education Hannah Bldg 4th Floor 608 W 2479 Fax 517335-2473, Lynnette N

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State Education Agency Leaders in Reading and Language Arts Committee
1. Develop a plan for building a communication network for state education agency leaders.
2. Collect information on activities and policies in the area of reading and language arts of State Education Agencies for review by the IRA Board of Directors by December 5, 2003.
3. Develop a proposal, subject to established IRA submission, review and approval procedures, for a session on the latest trends in reading/language arts for presentation at an IRA sponsored conference.
A. June Atkins, Chairing
Office of Public Instruction PO Box 202501 Helena, MT 59620 Fax 406-444-1373 Timothy Rasinski, Board Liaison Kent State University 404 White Hall Kent, OH 44242 Fax 330-672-2025 Mary R. Rose 6001 Hope Ln. Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 Fax 919-807-3826 Faith A. Stevens Michigan Dept. of Education Hannah Bldg 4th Floor 608 W. Allegan St.

26. Inherited Page
All across michigan museums, theaters, zoos, arts agencies, nature centers Some of the programs are partnerships with other afterschool education providers Home
HAL Home Site Map Contact HAL ... HAL Jobs All across Michigan museums, theaters, zoos, arts agencies, nature centers and libraries are helping children expand their horizons, develop their talents and learn in new, exciting ways. Some of the programs are partnerships with other after-school education providers. Others invite individuals to participate. All are staffed with people committed to pre- and school-aged children and to education. The Michigan Department of History, Arts and Libraries created the MICASE catalog to help connect those seeking creative out-of-school-hours educational experiences with cultural organizations that provide them.
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27. SchoolGrants: Links To State Agencies
State agencies. michigan Department of education michigan education Sites in michigan michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.
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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.

28. Autism Society Of Michigan
Reserved Website maintained by the Autism Society of michigan. Labor, Health and Human Services, education and Related agencies Appropriations Subcommittee
6035 Executive Dr. Ste. 109 . Lansing, MI 48911 Featured artwork was created by children and adults with Autism. Click here to learn more The mission of the Autism Society of Michigan (ASM) is to assure full participation and self determination in every aspect of life for each individual. We will realize this vision by opening avenues of self advocacy and advocating on behalf of others in a way that values equity, respect, dignity and diversity in all communities. ASM is committed to empowering individuals with autism and their families by offering educational resources and materials, workshops, seminars and other services.
ASM advocates that "MAKING HUMAN CONNECTIONS" in a supportive, integrated community is a right of all persons.
Please feel free to explore our website; learn about autism , the programs and services offered by ASM and consider supporting our ongoing advocacy efforts by becoming a member Last Updated: Monday, June 07, 2004 Website maintained by the Autism Society of Michigan.

29. TSSA (Technology Standards For School Administrators) :: View Standards
NASSP), the Association of education Service agencies (AESA), the Bosco, Chair TSSA Collaborative College of education Western michigan University bosco
Technology Standards for School Administrators
TSSA Draft (v4.0)
The Collaborative for Technology Standards for School Administrators (TSSA Collaborative) has facilitated the development of a national consensus on what P-12 administrators should know and be able to do to optimize the effective use of technology. This consensus is presented by the Collaborative (November 2001) as Technology Standards for School Administrators (TSSA). The Collaborative believes that comprehensive implementation of technology is, in itself, large-scale systemic reform. Leadership plays a key role in successful school reform. The CollaborativeÕs standards, therefore, focus on the role of leadership in enhancing learning and school operations through the use of technology. These standards are indicators of effective leadership for technology in schools. They define neither the minimum nor maximum level of knowledge and skills required of a leader, and are neither a comprehensive list nor a guaranteed recipe for effective technology leadership. Rather, these standards are a national consensus among educational stakeholders of what best indicates accomplished school leadership for comprehensive and effective use of technology in schools. The standards challenge almost every school administrator in some areas, yet each individual standard is attainable by the professional education leader. Although a national consensus, in no way should these standards inhibit new development, innovation, or progress for schools or for school leadership.

home through the Internet, create an education and training of Certified Counselors, the michigan Works agencies, and the National Career Development Association
INSIDE CareerWise Newsletter Current Campaign Fact Sheet Index Press Releases ... Agency Reports What is the TalentFreeway?
The TalentFreeway is a comprehensive, user-oriented, online one-stop service
solution for Michigan residents including our employers. This site is the best way to connect with employment matching opportunities, career planning, skills
assessment, education, and training options. There is a resource to accommodate
The Michigan Department of Career Development (MDCD) supports many online resources for employers, employees, educators, parents and students. The TalentFreeway provides links to these resources under one easy-to-remember location. Why do we need a TalentFreeway?
, will give individuals one resource area. What are some of the Web sites on the TalentFreeway?

31. State Agencies
PTA. michigan. Department of education. Board of Regents. PTA Email Tennessee. PTA. Texas. education Agency. Higher education Coordinating Board.

32. MeL Michigan State Departments Agencies
of education. WCA Workers Compensation Agency Administer the Workers Disability Compensation Act of by the State of michigan through the Library of michigan

33. RRFC Network
funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, michigan, Minnesota, Missouri
RRFC Network
About the FRC Conferences Federal
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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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34. United Way Of Southwest Michigan
and Emergency Military Communication; Health Safety education. AREA AGENCY ON AGING, REGION IV/SENIOR MILESTONES OF SOUTHWEST michigan Joan Stearns 2015
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Partner Agencies
New Partner Agency Added 1 January 2003! 2002-2003 Outcomes Partner Agency Codes Download Acrobat Reader ... Resource Deployment Process Through your annual gifts and volunteer time, you and the United Way of Southwest Michigan partner to leverage resources to: Nurture Children and Youth, Strengthen Families, Support Older Individuals, and Foster Independence through the following Partner Agency Outcomes:
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Berrien County Chapter
Angie LaVanway

303 Riverview
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Phone: (269) 927-2288
Fax: (269) 927-1208

  • Blood Collection Disaster Assistance and Emergency Military Communication
AREA AGENCY ON AGING, REGION IV/SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS Camellia Pisegna 2900 Lakeview Avenue St. Joseph, MI 49085 Phone: (269) 983-7058 Fax: (269) 983-7879
  • Foster Grandparent Program
BERRIEN COUNTY CANCER SERVICES Barbara Lane 7301 Red Arrow Highway Stevensville, MI 49127

35. The Substance Abuse Training Project
scientific research, service demonstration, education and training. by the University of michigan Medical Center providers and community agencies, and personal
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The Substance Abuse Training Project is a joint venture of The Michigan Association of CMH Boards and The Michigan Association of Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies. Our funding is provided through a contract with the Michigan Department of Community Health. Our mission is to provide exceptional, cost-effective, substance abuse treatment and prevention training to prepare the field to deliver the highest quality of services to Michigan's residents.
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36. Michigan Lake & Stream Associations
associations, legislative bodies and agencies of local Lake Management – The Application of education A Case General Information relating to michigan Lake
MICHIGAN LAKE & STREAM ASSOCIATIONS' purpose is to encourage and support all sorts of riparian property owners, lake, stream, and watershed associations, legislative bodies and agencies of local and state government and the general public to maintain "swimable" and "fishable" waters and to prevent the contamination of groundwater aquifers and their sources. We wish to thank Orthopaedic Associates of Grand Rapids for their helping to make this Home Page possible.
"Last updated on Monday, May 24, 2004 by " WATER - Conserve IT - Preserve IT - Use IT WISELY !
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Videos, Books, Bulletins, Brochures, Newsletters
External Links to Helpful Topics Several articles of interest to Riparian owners are available on the web. Links to several of these articles are available on this page Planning and Zoning Center is an instrument for local government and state-wide education, training, and consulting in the arena of community planning and land use issues.

37. :: Michigan Public Health Institute ::
chartered to assist the michigan Department of Community Health, its associated agencies, and the research, service demonstrations, education and training.
A full-service research, development, and educational organization, the Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) is a non-profit corporation created in 1990. We have four founding partners: Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, Wayne State University and MDCH.
The Institute was originally chartered to assist the Michigan Department of Community Health, its associated agencies, and the founding universities in preventing disease and promoting public health through policy development, planning, scientific research, service demonstrations, education and training.
We have four founding partners:
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38. Michigan
as the only agency in michigan with a dropout prevention services, mentoring, career education, and college visits hosted by community agencies and businesses.
About La Promesa List of organizations 2002 Celebration 2000 Celebration Home About NLCI Agenda in Action ... Contact Us Michigan Programs
Hispanic Student Leadership Academy

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Youth Department, Latino Family Services
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1998 La Promesa Award Contact:
Sonia Acosta, Ph.D.
35 W. Huron, Suite 200
Pontiac, MI 48342
Fax (248) 858-1604
acosta/ The center was established in 1985 to help Latino families in Oakland County cope with problems of everyday life. Census data indicated that Latinos represented about 12.5 percent of the population in Pontiac and that 10 percent of the children enrolled in the Pontiac school system were Spanish speaking. Local agencies did not have a program to refer their Spanish-speaking clients to and recognized that many Latinos did not utilize mental health services.
Hispanic Student Leadership Academy 1998 La Promesa Winner Contact Patricia E. Briones

39. Michigan Reading First: Eligible Schools
michigan Reading First Eligibility List. Reading First subgrants to be of sufficient size and scope to enable eligible local education agencies/LEAs (school
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  • Federal guidelines require Reading First subgrants to be of sufficient size and scope to enable eligible local education agencies/LEAs (school districts and public school academies) to fully implement programs to improve reading instruction.
    Eligible LEAs are those in the state that have both the highest number or percentage of students reading below grade level and have significant numbers or percentages of children from families with incomes below the poverty line. In order to provide adequate funding to the most needy LEAs, those with at least 50 students or 40 percent of students scoring in the low category on the 4 th grade MEAP for two of the last three years will be eligible.
    In addition, LEAs must meet one of the low-income criteria specified in the federal law:

40. Center For Equal Opportunity
Even adoption agencies are required to consider race Race and University of michigan Admissions What A Teachers Guide. Parents Guide to Bilingual education.

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