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22. MsTax.Org: State Government Links And Online Resources
mississippi Departments and agencies. mississippi Department of education; mississippi Department of Environmental Quality;
The , in Partnership with the Mississippi State Tax Commission , the Mississippi Assessors and Collectors Association and the Mississippi Chapter of the IAAO, Presents . . . QuickLinks
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23. State Agencies
PTA/PTSA Email mississippi. State Department of education. Board of Regents. PTA E-mail Tennessee. Texas. education Agency.

24. Critical Issue: Establishing Collaboratives And Partnerships
Health Centers Schoolbased Clinics, Jackson, mississippi. of all resource organizations and agencies listed below and Early Childhood education, University of
Critical Issue:
Establishing Collaboratives and Partnerships
ISSUE: A principal who functions within this broader context possesses the mobilization and advocacy skills of a community organizer, advocating for the school as a provider of child- and family- centered educational and social services (Comer, 1988; Ascher, 1990). The principal provides leadership in forging partnerships with churches, health and human service agencies, and other youth agencies (Nettles, 1991) and sees the school and its principal as leaders in community revitalization. OVERVIEW: Students who are at risk often receive services and help from a variety of agencies. Frequently, these agencies provide fragmented services with little coordination or communication between them, even though such contact could help improve services for the student. Agencies often do not know what other service providers are doing, what services are already being provided, or what information is already available to help understand a student's needs. In many schools across the country, leaders are helping develop collaboration between schools and other agencies and

25. TSSA (Technology Standards For School Administrators) :: View Standards
the Association of education Service agencies (AESA), the Department of education, the mississippi Department of Society for Technology in education (ISTE).
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.

26. Improving Academic Performance By Meeting Student Health Needs | Center For Heal
and operational grants to local education agencies and their settlement agreement funds to the mississippi Department of education to provide school
Education Policy Studies Division
Contact: Mark Ouellette, 202-624-5359 or
October 13, 2000 Improving Academic Performance By Meeting Student Health Needs Summary
States have made considerable progress in public education reform by developing standards, assessments, and accountability systems and by improving teacher quality. States continue to build on these reforms by using multiple policy strategies to improve academic performance. For many students, test performance will over time with the implementation of new standards, assessments, and curriculum, and the introduction of better trained teachers and new teaching techniques. For other students, performance may be lower than expected because they are not prepared to learn when they arrive at school. Policymakers need to focus on eliminating barriers that affect these low-performing students' readiness to learn. Among these barriers are physical and mental health conditions that impact students' school attendance and their ability to pay attention in class, control their anger, and restrain from self-destructive impulses. To assist schools in ensuring that students come to school ready to learn, policymakers can review the burgeoning research linking student health with student achievement and design data-driven programs. They can also provide technical assistance to help schools incorporate health into their curricula and increase interagency partnerships between the health and education communities. Many of the programs profiles in this Issue Brief use these strategies to meet student health needs and improve student academic performance.

27. NEA: News Release - Rankings & Estimates
Using information provided by state education agencies and analyzed 47. mississippi. 5,469. professionals, school administrators, retired educators, and students
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May 21, 2003 News Release
NEA Study Finds Investment in U.S. Public Schools Lagging as Education Needs Rise
Washington, D.C. - Despite the vital importance of education to Americans, critical investments in U.S. public schools remain stagnant, according to a state-by-state report released today by the National Education Association (NEA). The report, titled (PDF, 1M, 127 pages), paints a difficult funding picture for public education nationwide. Despite rising enrollments and a growing need for qualified teachers in many areas of the country, the average expenditure per student and the average salary of a public school teacher for the 2001-2002 school year increased only slightly over the previous year. Over the last 10 years, teacher salaries have remained flat, growing just 2.4 percent during that time period, or approximately 0.2 percent per year when the cost of living is factored in. Nineteen states and the District of Columbia saw real declines in average teacher salaries over the years 1991-92 to 2001-02, adjusted for inflation. Those with average salaries declining 5 percent or more: Alaska (-13.6%), Connecticut (-11%), Vermont (-9%), Wisconsin (-6.4%), New York (-6.3%), New Hampshire (-6.1%), Nevada (-6%), Kansas (-5.8%), and the District of Columbia (-5.3%) (Chart C-14). The study shows that the federal government's share of the public education dollar was 7.5% in 2001-2002 not enough to cover the cost of federally mandated education programs. State and local governments will need a larger share from the federal government in order to put the federal education mandates in place without sacrificing other programs. By failing to fully finance the new No Child Left Behind Act, which was enacted in 2002, the federal government will be undermining state and local governments' ability to find ways to attract qualified teachers into joining and staying in the profession, modernize existing schools and build new ones, and provide students with the programs, materials and books they need to meet the high standards envisioned by the new law.

28. United Way Of Southeast Mississippi - Partner Agencies
free Resources for education and Alternatives in mississippi) 5452102 Post Office Box 744 Hattiesburg, MS 39403 Web site e-mail
American Red Cross
606 Hutchinson Avenue
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
e-mail: Provides a complete program of disaster relief services, first aid, CPR, water safety and other health programs; utility assistance to elderly and disabled; and youth development programs. Provides emergency communication and financial help to members of the Armed Forces and Veterans. Also provides service learning opportunities for youth and adults.
Association for Retarded Citizens
110 South 23rd Avenue
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
Provides information and referral to broaden community knowledge, acceptance of and interaction with people with mental retardation. Provides services to this population and their families through such programs as Men's Respite, Ladies' Respite and Weekend at the ARC (respite for children and clients who require the services of a nurse), Summer Adventures, Mothers' Day Out and adult activities, such as dances. Also participates in a special buddy program developed to provide "buddies" for special needs children.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
P.O. Box 18504

29. Mississippi Center For Justice
State education policy on school discipline suggests this The mississippi Department of Human Services administration practices by state agencies are blocked
Winter 2004
Fall 2003

736 N. Congress Street
P.O. Box 1023
Jackson, Mississippi 39215
fax 601-352-4769

Mississippi retains its iconic status as home to the heroic movement that ended one hundred years of post-slavery apartheid. At the same time Mississippi, for all its rich and recent history of profound social change, still has a long way to go to meet even the modest standards of access to justice and access to opportunity achieved in most other states of the United States. The Mississippi Center for Justice aspires to re-ignite the movement for social justice in Mississippi by putting legal advocacy in service – in a 21 st century way – to goals of systemic change. The Center Twelve Social Justice Breakdowns
Local Mississippi Leaders Are Seeing In Their Communities Young children diverted from the school house to the jail house
. A "zero tolerance" school discipline policy diverts elementary school children in Sunflower Country from public schools and channels them into the juvenile justice system with little or no recourse. They and their parents are left to navigate the juvenile justice system while their educational opportunities evaporate. State education policy on school discipline suggests this problem is pervasive.

30. National Conference On Large-Scale Assessment
been held east of the mississippi and what a Federal, state, and local education agencies, representatives from education at the US education Department begins

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The 34th National Conference on Large-Scale Assessment moves to Boston this year. This marks the first time the conference has been held east of the Mississippi and what a location it is. The Boston area is the home of Plymouth Rock, Paul Revere’s ride, the Boston Tea Party, the solitude of Walden Pond and the shot heard round the world in Concord. An area steeped in history, home to a number of great universities, and more recently the site of the big dig, a colossal public works project that has transformed the city’s highways and tamed its traffic. A city that is now ready for the Democratic Convention in July and ready for us in June. The 2004 Conference is the conference with many themes. We celebrate the 40th Anniversary of NAEP. We tackle the tough challenges of No Child Left Behind. We gather to discuss and debate new ideas and issues in assessment and to examine new technologies that promise a better future.

31. Consumer World: Consumer Agencies
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32. Financial Aid & Scholarship Help
Call or write the appropriate state agencies for information packages and assistance. mississippi Postsecondary education Financial Assistance
Dear Black Excel Student and Parent Supporters This is a quick gateway (below) that you should consider immediately to resource help. Each state has aid sources
you should inquire about. No question about that! These
aid sources cover a wide range of programs, sometimes
including resident and fee reductions, "incentive awards,"
grants, scholarships, loans and more. High school guidance
counselors should be keeping you abreast in regard to what's
available. Often, however, this has not been the case. This
is a BLACK EXCEL tip. Call or write the appropriate state
agencies for information packages and assistance. Getting
your state "info and financial aid" packages could mean
savings to you and your child/students. -Isaac Black, Black Excel S T A T E A I D S O U R C E S ALABAMA Alabama Commission on Higher Education Suite 205 3465 Norman Bridge Road Montgomery, Alabama 36105-2310 State Department of Education Gordon Persons Office Building 50 North Ripley Street Montgomery, Alabama 36130-3901

33. Web Resources And Links. International Bureau Of Education
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C anada Federal and nationwide sources Council of Ministers of Education , Canada (CMEC) A section includes links to Provincial and Territorial Departments and Ministries responsible for education (In English and French) This page, hosted by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, contains a useful and comprehensive list of links to Canadian sites relating to education (In English) Province/Territory sources Alberta Alberta Learning (In English) British Columbia Ministry of Education (In English) Ministry of Advanced Education (In English) Manitoba Departments of Education and Youth, and Advanced Education and Training (In English and French) New Brunswick Department of Education (In English and French) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Education and Training (In English) Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture and Employment

34. About SERVE
offices in Bonita Springs, Florida; Durham, North Carolina; and Shelby, mississippi. the chief state school officer at the state education agencies in each of
SERVE National Leadership Area Staff Directory Employment Opportunities
RESOURCES SERVE Publications Training Opportunities Upcoming Events The Vision
LINKS U.S. Department of Education State Departments of Education Regional Educational Laboratories Other Educational Organizations SERVE, directed by Dr. John R. Sanders, is an education organization with the mission to promote and support the continuous improvement of educational opportunities for all learners in the Southeast. The organization’s commitment to continuous improvement is manifest in an applied research-to-practice model that drives all of its work. Building on theory and craft knowledge, SERVE staff develop tools and processes designed to assist practitioners and policymakers with their work, ultimately, to raise the level of student achievement in the region. Evaluation of the impact of these activities combined with input from affected stakeholders expands SERVE’s knowledge base and informs future research. This vigorous and practical approach to research and development is supported by an experienced staff strategically located throughout the region. This staff is highly skilled in providing needs-assessment services, conducting applied research in schools, and developing processes, products, and programs that inform educators and increase student achievement. In the last three years, in addition to its basic research and development work with over 170 southeastern schools, SERVE staff provided technical assistance and training to more than 18,000 teachers and administrators across the region.

35. APTS Higher Education Coalition
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The APTS Higher Education Coalition focuses on identifying and pursuing policies to create new funding sources for partnership activities between institutions of higher education and local public television stations. The coalition highlights the many ways local public television stations can use their resources to help institutions of higher education fulfill their educational missions. APTS professional are also demonstrating the connection between technology and higher student achievement to policymakers at the federal, state and local levels to justify funding requests. Coalition members only Station Spotlight Maryland Public Television , working in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education , has developed Thinkport . Thinkport is a free, comprehensive online resource for educators, families, and Maryland communities. Thinkport is home to new and improved educational resources and online tools.

36. Single-Sex Education
State and local education agencies are deeply concerned about school to identify the educational objective in Military Institute and mississippi University for
Action Alert Newsletter Congressional Voting Record Position Papers on Issues ... Voter Education Campaign Problems viewing the top navigation? Get the free flash plugin now! Single-Sex Education To print AAUW position papers on letterhead, use this pdf The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is committed to attaining an equitable learning environment for all students in our nation's coeducational public schools. AAUW believes that stronger public schools can improve student achievement. Policy-makers must look for solutions that benefit coeducational public schools, which more than 90 percent of elementary and secondary students attend. Within public education, single-sex classes must be initiated in response to demonstrated need and be designed to inform and improve the coeducational school system where the majority of students continue to learn. Further, schools must comply with relevant civil rights laws, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (the federal law prohibiting sex discrimination in educational institutions receiving federal fun),and the Constitution's equal protection principles as articulated by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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38. The Safetyzone | State School Safety Centers
prevention, training and technical assistance to schools and law enforcement agencies, data collection mississippi Department of education, Office of Safe

California Safe Schools and Violence Prevention Office

California Department of Education
660 J Street, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 323-2183
Fax: (916) 323-6061 Colorado Safe Communities-Safe Schools
In an effort to address the immediate concerns of the Colorado education community, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) introduced the Safe Communities-Safe Schools initiative in the fall of 1999. This project will consist of the following strategies that will be available to all school communities in Colorado: information about the Safe Communities-Safe Schools Model, technical assistance, publications, web site, information house, media campaign, and a long-term response plan.
Suite 107
900 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80303 Phone: (303) 492-1032 Fax: (303) 443-3297 Connecticut Safe Schools and Communities Coalition (SSCC) The SSCC seeks to stimulate discussion, collaboration and action against youth violence by bringing schools, police, youth-serving agencies, the judicial system, and other interested parties together in a statewide collaboration. The coalition, formed in 1994, involves more than 1,500 educators, police, and youth workers in activities and stimulates the creation of community-based violence prevention coalitions. It has assisted schools in developing new violence prevention programs and facilitated networking and information sharing among members through bimonthly forums, major conferences, training seminars, task groups, youth involvement, and in-depth consultation and technical assistance to schools and communities.

39. Mississippi Business Trade Associations
educational Institution Government agencies, Industrial Development Trade and strengthening public education by advocating stations in mississippi which works
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