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  1. A study of selected Michigan elementary schools to identify factors supporting the development of the media center by Peggy Maclean, 1972
  2. Michigan School Money Primer: For Policymakers, School Officials, Media and Residents by Ryan S. Olson and Michael D. Lafaive, 2007
  3. Comparing pre-service technology standards with technology skills of special educators in southwestern Michigan. : An article from: International Journal of Instructional Media by Ahmad Alobiedat, 2005-09-22
  4. Resisting pressures to smoke: A curriculum guide for elementary school use by Ted Dielman, 1987
  5. Alcohol misuse prevention program: A school-based alcohol misuse prevention curriculum for fifth and sixth grades by Jean Thatcher Shope, 1985

41. Community Media Center - Grand Rapids, Michigan
for Change grant committee of the michigan Women s Foundation this project involves 10 high school age young examples of what we are calling hypersexual media.
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MOLLIE is the Mobile Learning Lab for Information Education whose purpose is to provide access to technology in underserved areas of the community. The primary use will be in schools, neighborhood centers, and at locations where existing programs lack equipment and technical support. The only requirement is that they are non-profit organizations. Project Ethiopia
Project Ethiopia is a pilot project that provides developing countries training in socially responsible video documentary production. We believe societies all over the world can help themselves by making educational and informative videos in the local dialect pertaining to the local culture. PE is a little over a year old and we look forward to expanding our goals and mission as we learn more. Recently we have joined up Ms. Jean Donohue of the Media Working Group out of Kentucky, USA for a second trip of planning, training and research. See what the Cincinnati Film Commission had to say about PE.

42. Library Media Center
backgrounds as school library media specialists to We are located at schools Center Building • Room 1038 5057 Woodward • Detroit, michigan 48202 (313
The Detroit School Library Media Specialists will become the coaches and consultants to staff, students and their school community on the new library technologies. A stronger spirit of cooperation will also be fostered between library media center staff, school administrators and faculty in order to carry out the mission of the instructional program. Ultimately, we endeavor to assure that schools with functioning library media centers will graduate information literate students who are prepared for the twenty first century's global society. Latest News
The Detroit School Library Media Education Office has been awarded a library grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The grant was awarded in partnership with the Wayne State University Library and Information Science Program, to reopen 10 closed school libraries and to train 20 teachers from diverse cultural backgrounds as school library media specialists to meet a critical shortage in an urban area school district. We are located at:
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43. Vocational And Technical Schools In Michigan
MI. American Truck Driving 517278-6433, 150 S michigan, Coldwater, MI. MI. school of Multi-media 313-867-2655, 17900 John R, Detroit, MI. Recording
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44. Sea Grant News Media Center - Current News - Trout Recovery
michigan Sea Grant, University of michigan school of Natural michigan Sea Grant, University of michigan, (O) 734 by the Sea Grant National media Relations Office
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Aiding In Salmon, Trout Recovery
Editor's Note: Ensuring the survival of migratory fish that spawn up stream is an issue of increasing concern. Yesterday (3/16) NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service announced that nine more species of salmon in the Puget Sound watershed would be listed as endangered or threatened. Dam operations, combining with heavy fishing pressure, are making such fish increasingly candidates for listing on threatened or endangered lists. While such listings of endangered salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest have generated a great deal of attention, the issue is also being faced in the Great Lakes region. NOAA Sea Grant research is showing that changes in water flow management and dam water draw operations could provide significant payoffs. River fluctuated dramatically each day - ranging from 10-year floods to drought conditions. The variation was caused by hydropower dam operations known as peak flow management, a practice that permits the periodic release of large amounts of water. Studies have shown that such erratic flows can cause aquatic organisms to alternately become stranded or swept downstream, negatively impacting the fish that rely on them for food. On the Manistee, a major Lake Michigan tributary, relief came in 1989. Peak flow management was abandoned in favor of a less-disruptive practice known as run-of-river flow management. Water was allowed to flow naturally through the Tippy and Hodenpyl dams as a result of terms specified in new hydropower licenses. Today, a decade later, the change is beginning to pay off. Researchers at the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, funded in part by NOAA's Michigan Sea Grant Program, have found that survival of young chinook salmon in the Manistee has increased dramatically since the late 1980s in response to a stable water flow.

45. Marconi - Michigan REMC 10
Serving 27 school districts in Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola Counties ? a locale known as the thumb area of michigan ? Regional Educational media Center 10
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Michigan Regional Educational Media Center 10 Great Lakes State Gets a Superior Video Bridge Printable version (PDF, 71KB) Recognizing the potential of a statewide videoconference and distance learning service, Tim von Hoff, director of Michigan Regional Education Media Center 10, partnered with Sprint, Marconi and MiCTA to design, build and manage a network that 17 member organizations use up to 40,000 minutes each month.
Starting Out: The Growth of Educational Media
A media resource for over 20 years, REMC10's programs reflect the evolution and importance of educational media to teaching and learning. REMC10 Director Tim von Hoff recalled that when he joined the REMC in 1996, the staff included a driver who delivered videotapes, a purchasing agent, and a person who fulfilled and packed media orders for schools. There was Thumb-area TV, an instructional and educational television service "but no one to operate it," von Hoff said, "so it became one of my responsibilities." "We're in a rural area, so our staff is comparatively small," von Hoff added. However it didn’t take long for the REMC10 to make significant progress:

46. Danbury, CT Independent Media Center ::
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47. LookSmart - Directory - Education In Lansing And East Lansing, Michigan
Includes media center resources, curriculum guides, and athletic events that have happened at the school. Lansing and East Lansing, michigan Directory Category
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  • Bingham Elementary School
    Read through a list of activities that students in the school are participating in. Also includes a staff list and calendar.
    C.W. Otto Middle School

    Lansing, MI school offers a directory of resources such as the health and media centers. Find an event calendar and the annual report.
    Cavanaugh Elementary

    Provides information for parents and students on areas including schedule, curriculum, and staff.
    Donley Elementary School

    Read the newsletter of this East Lansing school. Includes classroom guide and directory of e-mail addresses for staff.
    Dwight Rich Middle School
    Take a virtual tour of the school campus. Includes media center resources, curriculum guides, and athletic schedules. East Lansing High School Read the student handbook and find out how to contact staff. Also includes calendar, athletic team membership lists, and academic support.
  • 48. VSA Arts Of Michigan - Emerging Artist Exhibit
    Masking, $20, Carter Middle school, Randee Pieper, Teacher. Carlotta Viverette, Pontaic, Secondary, Guardian Angel, Mixed media, NFS, The Kennedy Center, Katie Serewicz
    Promoting creative power in people with disabilities. Home Programs Exhibits Newsletters ... Emerging Artists Exhibit Emerging Artists Exhibition
    Insight 2003 Catalog Artist Home Town Age Title Media Price Program/Sponsor Justin Anderson Bingham Farms Adult Table Runner Stenciled Fabric NFS James Blackmer Mt. Morris Age 11 Blowing Leaves Glue/Chalk Masing Carter Middle School, Randee Pieper, Teacher Iola Bock Detroit Adult Alone Charcoal artsJAM Detroit! Sharika Brammer Pontaic Secondary The Eyes Have It Print NFS The Kennedy Center, Katie Serewicz, Artist in Residence Joshua Brunger Swartz Creek Age 14 Untitled Watercolor NFS Elmer Knopf Learning Center, Mrs. Cole, Teacher Justin Carroll Eaton Rapids Age 9 Warm/Cool Leaf Motif Mixed Media NFS Lockwood Elementary, Colleen Shoup, Art Teacher Danna Ciaramitaro Rochester Secondary Rice Paddy Pastel NFS The Kennedy Center, Katie Serewicz, Artist in Residence Steven Cilibraise Lake Angelus Secondary Inspiration Mixed Meida NFS The Kennedy Center, Katie Serewicz, Artist in Residence Donnie Clark Pontiac Adult Mountain Meadow Acrylic NFS The Art Experience Vicki Dafoe Midland Adult African American Mask with Tusks Clay/Mixed Media NFS Vicki Dafoe Midland Adult Glass Indian Pot Glass/Acrylics NFS GMS Arts Education Austin Elliott Davison Age 9 Behind the Mask Mixed Media Elmer Knopf Learning Center, Theresa Smith, Art Teacher

    49. Standard & Poor's School Evaluation Services
    Henry, director of the michigan Center for Educational and answer questions from educators and the media. paper, “Beyond the Averages michigan school Trends
    Media Contact: Sally O'Dowd
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    New school and district-level reports available at;
    New York—Sept. 17, 2002—New analyses of Michigan district and schools, a paper with key analytical findings and powerful website enhancements are available on "Michigan is the first state to introduce a powerful tool to find schools and districts that are making the best progress toward meeting new federal goals for all students." The information includes key findings and trends; data that compare each district’s performance from 1997-2001; and statistics on spending, student results, demographics and related matters. Information on student results and learning environments for individual schools is available for the first time. Michigan School Trends.”

    50. What's News :: Archived News
    Andrew Henry, director of the michigan Center for Educational answer questions from educators and the media. Beyond the Averages michigan school Trends. CEPI
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    New school and district-level reports available at; "Michigan now has the most powerful and most objective accountability tool in the country—five years of data and analytical reports provided by Standard & Poor's School Evaluation Services," Gov. John Engler said. "Michigan is the first state to introduce a powerful tool to find schools and districts that are making the best progress toward meeting new federal goals for all students." Standard & Poor’s today posted 2000-2001 "S&P Observations" reports and data tables for each district. The information includes key findings and trends; data that compare each district’s performance from 1997-2001; and statistics on spending, student results, demographics and related matters. Information on student results and learning environments for individual schools is available for the first time. Standard & Poor’s today also published a special School Evaluation Services (SES) paper entitled, "Beyond the Averages: Michigan School Trends." The paper, available online and free of charge, provides five-year trend analysis. The paper’s findings include:

    51. Mackinac Center For Public Policy
    NEW — 100,000 Public school Employees Near Deadline to Regulation Would Threaten michigan s Economy Groundwater transcript of remarks, media coverage, and
    @import url('/include/css/L2IE-base.css'); Home Publications Sites Learn ... Mackinac Center In the News E-mail the Mackinac Center Staff Maps Order Subscriptions ... Detroit News Thursday, June 10, 2004 Strange Lessons in School Discipline
    Odd outcomes are the result of zero-tolerance discipline policies coupled with a dearth of real educational choices.
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    Is the Michigan Education Association helping or hurting schools and students? Seven Principles of Sound Public Policy ...
    Bioavailability Study Needed for Dioxin

    The DEQ is threatening to declare a large portion of the city of Midland 'contaminated' without understanding the health effects of dioxin. On the Passing of Ronald Reagan
    Reagan's legacy means Americans can look to the future with the hope and optimism that he gave us reason once again to embrace.

    52. Cleveland Indy Media Center (((i)))
    immigrants living in Ohio or michigan were deported at all levels from primary school through post that contain more information about media literacy projects
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    About Us Contact Us Subscribe ... Publish Tremont Says "NO!" To Gentrification This Friday, June 11 th This Friday, June 11, there will be an anti-gentrification event in Tremont at the corner of Jefferson and Professor. Further details are in the fliers below. Cleveland Food Not Bombs! will be serving a tasty assortment of free food, and the radical cheerleaders will also be performing. Throw in a free CD of local music, literature about gentrification and Tremont, and a whole lotta Tremonters tired of being ignored and pushed around, and the event is sure to be a powerful criticism of both city and corporate plans for Tremont. Read More Flyer 1 Flyer 2
    G 8 World Leaders Meet - And Meet With Opposition
    Leaders of the Group of Eight (G-8) major industrialized Countries are meeting under tight security at the isolated resort of Sea Island, Georgia. These "eminent" bloodsuckers can't meet any more where people can get at them, so they now choose isolated spots. While the "leaders" are planning continued domination of the world by the capitalist classes of their respective countries, protests are going on in the nearby towns of Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia. Solidarity actions are taking place in San Francisco.

    53. Fraser Public Schools, Fraser, Michigan
    Fraser High school 2931953 Fax Machine, LAB - 879-2215 Millard Pickney, Coordinator FOOD SERVICE Fax 415-1083 2491 Tom Cline, Director media CENTER 879-2328
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    293-5100 Building Phone Number
    293-0480 Fax Machine
    879-2201 Rick Repicky, Superintendent
    879-2205 Dr. Joanne Jacobson, Assistant Superintendent
    879-2203 James Juras, Personnel Director
    879-2208 Richard Wright, Business Manager
    879-2259 Michael Clark, Printer

    54. ALA Student Achievement
    the Connection Quality school Library media Programs Impact The Impact of michigan school Librarians on

    55. Childhood Obesity Prevention Agenda
    Policy, University of michigan school of Public Health Alvin F. Poussaint, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical school; Director, media Center of the
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    Childhood Obesity Prevention Agenda for States, Municipalities and School Boards
    American children are suffering from an epidemic of obesity. In spite of this, purveyors of junk food increasingly are able to use public schools as a platform for their marketing campaigns. In effect, the junk food lobby has latched onto the compulsory school laws as a way to corral a captive audience of impressionable children. Parents should guide the eating habits of their kids. Corporations have no business wedging into that relationship. Schools should support parents in this. We are what we eat, as the old saying goes; and in this the schools play an important part, for good or ill. Schools should encourage healthful eating habits and exercise. They should not become marketing zones and shopping centers in which junk food manufacturers get open access to impressionable children. WE CALL ON STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN BY PROHIBITING THE MARKETING AND SALE OF JUNK FOOD IN SCHOOLS. Schools should help parents promote good nutrition, rather than support junk food companies that promote products high in added sugar and fat.

    56. Libweb - Libraries On The Web
    USA; Traverse City Central High school Traverse City, MI, michigan, USA; Grand Forks, ND, North Dakota, USA; Walter Johnson High school media Center Bethesda, MD
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    57. IASL: Links To School Library Associations
    MEMA); Maine Association of school Libraries (MASL); Organization (MEMO) Cecil County Educational media Organization. michigan Association for media in Education
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    58. Tennessee Independent Media Center: Home
    for immigrant rights organized by The michigan Organizing Project legislation that would give undocumented high school students the Photos by media Mouse from

    59. MeL Public Libraries
    Cooperative contains holdings for Southwest michigan Library Cooperative. Members include public, academic, special, and school media center libraries in

    60. HOT LIST Of Schools Online - Gleason Sackmann Copyright 1994
    michigan. REMC8/Regional Educational media Center Grand Rapids, michigan. Royal Oak Public school District - Royal Oak, michigan.

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