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81. Links
School Nurse Organization of Minnesota mississippi School Nurse Commission US Department of education US Department US Environmental Protection Agency US Food
NASN Annual
National Board
for Certification of
School Nurses The links below are to web sites that might be of interest to you. The inclusion of any resource or link on these pages does not imply endorsement. Information changes rapidly, so please check with each sponsoring organization or agency as to whether the information you are receiving on their web site is current. NASN State Affiliate School Nurse Organizations
Government Resources and Agencies

Health Related Sites

Nursing Related Sites
Specialty Nursing Organizations
NASN Affiliate State School Nurse Organizations
(organizations with sites are listed below.
A complete listing of NASN Affiliates can be found by clicking here Alabama Association of School Nurses Alaska School Nurses Association School Nurses Organization of Arizona ... Back to Index Government Resources and Agencies Centers for Disease Control Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Division of Adolescent and School Health (within the CDC) Emergency Medical Services for Children Girl Power!

82. Division Of Continuing Education - Mississippi State University
for your certificate ( The Designated Local education Agency (LEA) Orientation Course is June 24, 2003 Starkville, mississippi State University.
Continuing Education Home Contact Us Site Map June 10, 2004 Distance Learning Independent Study English as a Second Language Center Continuing Education Units (CEUs) ... Summer Camps Resources CE Newsletter (PDF) Distance Learning Handbook (PDF) On-Campus Guest Housing About Us Dean's Message Meet our Staff Our Mission Strategic Plan (PDF) Where are we? MSU
Division of Continuing Education
1 Barr Avenue
P.O.Box 5247
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Get Directions
Specialty Courses National Board Certification Summer Prep Course The Summer Standards Study is an interactive preparation workshop for educators with at least 3 years of teaching experience who are interested in pursuing National Board Certification. The objective is to involve prospective candidates in a study of the national standards by which their assessment work will be scored, and to provide an orientation of the assessment program and the World-Class Teaching Program (WCTP). The WCTP provides mentoring and feedback from a National Board Certified teacher and a group of outstanding educators who are also pursuing National Board Certification. It has been shown to improve a candidate's chances of certifying. Goals of the program are:
  • Discuss and work with the national standards for your particular certificate.

83. Mississippi
the public and private sectors, academia, and federal, state, and local agencies. GLOBE at mississippi Department of education, Jackson Franchise
Mississippi Agencies and Organizations
Geographic Alliance Network
The National Geographic Society's Geography Education Program has established a network of state geographic alliancesógrassroots organizations composed mainly of K-12 teachers and university geographersódedicated to improving and promoting geography education. These alliances support professional development for teachers, development of classroom materials, and efforts to make geography a part of state and local curricula. Mississippi Geographic Alliance
Taylor E. Mack
Mississippi State University
Department of Geosciences
P.O. Drawer 5448
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Phone: (601) 325-2905
Fax: (601) 325-2907 Mississippi State Climatologist State Climatologists are individuals who have been identified by a state entity as the state's climatologist and who are also recognized by the Director of the National Climatic Data Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as the state climatologist of a particular state. Dr. Charles L. Wax

84. National Student Clearinghouse: Guarantors, Lenders & Servicers: Guarantor Parti
Higher education Assistance Agency Pennsylvania; Delaware; Indiana; Kansas; Maryland; mississippi; Nevada; Wyoming. Utah Higher education Assistance Authority; Vermont

How to Join
How it Works Total Enrollment Reporting
Participating Guarantors
The guaranty agencies below financially support the Clearinghouse and receive enrollment information directly from us. Their financial support allows us to provide service without charge to schools and students.
  • American Student Assistance
      Massachusetts District of Columbia
    California Student Aid Commission Colorado Student Loan Program Connecticut Student Loan Foundation Direct Loan Program (William D. Ford) Education Assistance Corporation
      South Dakota
    Educational Credit Management Corporation
    Finance Authority of Maine Florida Office of Student Financial Assistance Georgia Higher Education Assistance Corporation Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation
      Minnesota Ohio Puerto Rico Wisconsin
    Illinois Student Assistance Commission Iowa College Student Aid Commission Kentucky Higher Education Asst. Authority
      Kentucky Alabama
    Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority MOSTARS - Missouri Student Loan Program Montana Guaranteed Student Loan Program National Student Loan Program, Inc.

85. Upper Mississippi Basin Stakeholder Network
birds of prey, birding by bicycle, educational seminars 877525-3248 or see hard work and listening to many agencies, organizations and
Lasallian Education Department of Resource Analysis : Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Master's of Science Programs Search UMBSN:
April/May 2004 articles
* Mississippi Among
Most Endangered Rivers.
* Bush, Loisianna Agree
on Coastal Wetland
Restoration Plan.
* World's Dead Zones
Double in Number.
* River Trail Will Connect People and Communities. * Lock Construction Proposed in Corps' Draft Plan. * Mercury Pollution Threatens People, Wildlife. * and more! July 2 003 Mississippi Monitor (3,273KB pdf August 2003 Missis sippi Monitor (2,984KB .pdf September 2003 Mississippi Monitor (2,298KB .pdf) October 2003 Mississippi Monitor (2,484KB .pdf) November/December 2003 Mississippi Monitor (4,114KB .pdf) January/February 2004 Mississippi Moniter ( 4,190kb.pdf) March 2004 Mississippi Monitor (4.43MB .pdf) April/May 2004 Mississippi Monitor (3.61MB .pdf) Send me the new Mississippi Monitor newpaper by US Mail. Change my Mailing Address ... Send me UMBSN Updates. Download a diagram [.pdf] of the Upper Mississippi River Management Structure and Major Programs Get a UBMSN T-Shirt or Cap We're offering quality embroidered t-shirts or caps to contributors who submit 200-250 word stories. Read contributors' fine work.

86. Home Based Business
the US Congress, other Federal agencies, State and services, taxpayer help and education, tax regulations mississippi Development Authority (MDA) www.mississippi
Current Situation
Frequently Asked Questions

Newsletters ...
home page
Business Assistance:
Current Situation
The way we work is changingwe are in the middle of a tremendous workforce pattern change. Since the early 1980s, there has been a resurgence in entrepreneurial spirit. The 'new entrepreneurism' is different from the past - this time we are working from home. Changes in the economy and the family have precipitated changes in attitudes toward the separation of the home from the work place, resulting in the rapid growth of home-based businesses. In addition, the change from an industrial based economy to an information and service based economy, and new communication technologies have dramatically increased work-at-home opportunities. Home-based businesses are now recognized as a viable source of new jobs and economic growth. People are choosing to create their own jobs at home rather than seek employment elsewhere. Self employment, including home-based business opportunities, offer flexibility and adaptability to the rural economy and adds diversity not only to employment choices but to the mix of services and products available in rural areas. Helping small, entrepreneurial home-based businesses to start or expand is a community development strategy that many people either dismiss or don't think of because it lacks the impact of recruiting a major employer. But, the cumulative effect of many home businesses can make a difference. [1]

87. Community Action Links
Connecticut, Iowa, mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, TEAM (Training, education Manpower) Community Action Agency Thames Valley Council for
Community Action Links
Community Action Agencies and State Associations
Florida Louisiana Nebraska ... Arizona Hawaii Maryland New Hampshire Pennsylvania Washington ... Tennessee Delaware Kansas Missouri North Dakota Texas ... Utah
Community Action Association of Alabama Community Action and Community Development Agency of North Alabama
Rural Alaska Community Action Program
Arizona Community Action Association Maricopa County Human Services Department Northern Arizona Council of Governments Pima County Community Action Agency ... Western Arizona Council of Governments
Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association Central Arkansas Development Council, Inc. (CADC) Community Action Program for Central Arkansas, Inc. (CAPCA) Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council, Inc. (C-SCDC) ... Office of Human Concern
California/Nevada Community Action Association (Cal-Neva) Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency City of Oakland Community Action Partnership Community Action Agency of Butte County ...
San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services
Colorado Community Action Association Adams County Office of Community Outreach Denver Department of Human Services Larimer County - Human Services ... Weld County Division of Human Services
Connecticut Association for Community Action The ACCESS Agency Action for Bridgeport Community Development, Inc. (ABCD)

88. NCATE: State Education Agency Websites
State education Agency Websites. mississippi. Wyoming. It is a coalition of over 30 organizations representing teachers, teacher educators, policymakers, and the
NCATE works to make a difference in the quality of teaching and teacher preparation today, tomorrow, and for the next century.
State Education Agency Websites
Alaska Montana Arizona Nebraska ... NCATE Home
phone: fax: website:

For assistance with this website, contact the webmaster

89. -- Teaching American History Grant Web Sites
Hawaii State Department of education, Honolulu, HI, 2002, Submit Site. mississippi Bend Area education Agency, Bettendorf, IA, 2002, Submit Site.
Home > Teaching American History Grant Web Sites Teaching American History Grant Web Sites U.S. Department of Education Teaching of Traditional American History Program web site:
Teaching American History Grant Project Abstracts: Click on column heading to sort. Name City State Year Awarded Southeast Island School District Thorne Bay AK Submit
Calhoun County Board of Education Anniston AL Submit
Baldwin Park Unified School District Baldwin Park CA Submit
Los Angeles County Office of Education Downey CA Submit
Glendale Unified School District Glendale CA Submit
Long Beach Unified School District Long Beach CA Submit
Los Angeles Unified School District Los Angeles CA Submit
Montebello Unified School District Montebello CA Submit
Oakland Unified School District Oakland CA Submit
Jefferson County Public Schools Golden CO Submit Site Bridgeport Public Schools Bridgeport CT Submit Site The School Board of Broward County Ft. Lauderdale FL Submit Site The DeKalb County School System Decatur GA Submit Site Washington Community School District Washington IA Submit Site West Central Four Regional Office of Education Macomb IL Submit Site Lincoln-Way High School District #210 New Lenox IL Submit Site Community Unit School District 60 Waukegan IL Submit Site Galena Unified School District #499 Galena KS Submit Site East Baton Rouge Parish School Board Baton Rouge LA Submit Site Calcasieu Parish School System Lake Charles LA Submit Site Assumption Parish Schools Napoleonville LA Submit Site Boston Public Schools Boston

90. The Iowa Distance Learning Database
Classroom Address mississippi Bend Area education Agency 9 729 21ST us/ District Office AEA 9 mississippi BEND AEA Contact Us Copyright 2004

91. SurfWax -- News And Articles On Education
Articles on education from newspapers and magazines around the world. language are vital pieces of our education from Iowa State I can to help improve education in mississippi " Freeman said

Collaboration with other service providers. Agency Links mississippi Services to the top Return to the mississippi Department of education Revised 3
Welcome to
Mississippi School for the Blind
1252 Eastover Drive
Jackson, MS 39211

Academic Complex
Phone: (601) 984-8200
Fax: (601) 984-8230 Dr. Rosie Thompson Pridgen, Superintendent "MSB is a Great Place to Be! Our number one priority is to make a positive difference in the lives of the students and families we serve." New! Eligibility determination by the MIRC for students to receive Large Type Textbooks MSB's Mission... The mission of the Mississippi School for the Blind (MSB) is to promote the development of each student's maximum potential by providing specialized services, materials, and technology. Our staff is dedicated to curricula which meet the individual needs of students. Residential and instructional programs and services which comply with state, regional, and national accreditation standards are provided. The school serves as an educational resource for visually impaired and blind residents of Mississippi from birth through 20 years of age. MSB Then...and Now Over one hundred fifty years ago on March 2, 1848, the Institution for the Instruction of the Blind was officially established by the State Legislature (Article 9, Chapter 43 - Laws of Mississippi) with an appropriation of $2500. Since its establishment 150 years ago, the school has been known by several names: Institute for the Blind, Asylum for the Blind, Mississippi School for the Blind. The school initially served 28 students: it presently provides services to over 150 visually impaired and blind children through its various programs. The school has occupied several sites during its long history, at one time being moved to Monticello so that its Jackson site could be used as a hospital during the Civil War. A temporary school for black blind students was established at Piney Woods in 1929. Later, in 1945, Helen Keller spoke at this campus. In 1951 this school was moved to a new location on Capers Street in Jackson. Since then, visually impaired students have been served on the Eastover Campus.

93. Syllabus For Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency
Kids and Chemistry II
Workshop for Teachers Professional Development Course Syllabus
Workshop Dates: June 21-24, 2004 Location: Lewis Hall, 2nd Floor labs St. Ambrose University 518 W Locust St Davenport, IA 52803 Instructors Dr. Margaret Legg Dr. Andrew Axup Dr. Rachel Serianz Chemistry Chemistry Education Workshop Information Targeted participants: Teachers responsible for teaching 4 th and 5 th grade science within either departmental or self-contained classroom settings. Maximum class size: Rationale for the Course: An examination of the Mississippi Bend AEA ITBS/ITED Science Trends data for 1996-2000 reveals the following:
  • In Grade 8, roughly one third of both male and female students are not proficient in science. From 1996-2000, the number of non-science-proficient students shows a small but steady increase.
Teachers face many problems as they try to increase the chemistry in their science programs.

94. Mississippi
of Vocational Rehabilitation for the Blind mississippi Department of STATE education AGENCY RURAL REPRESENTATIVE. Walter H. Moore Department of education PO Box
Mississippi State Resources 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
STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: Special Education Services. See Mississipi Web Resources STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: Special
Education Services.
Rehabilitation Agency.

Planning Council.
ages 3 through 5.
Special Needs Programs
Advocacy Program
UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED Programs EARLY Intervention System. DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH for children and youth. CLIENT ASSISTANCE Program. TECHNOLOGY RELATED Assistance. PARENTS Training and Information Project. DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL Health PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN with Special Health Care Needs. PARENT-TEACHER Association (PTA) STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: SPECIAL EDUCATION Carolyn Black, State Director Office of Special Education, Department of Education P.O. Box 771 Jackson, MS 39205-0771

95. Mississippi Education Training - Continuing Education, CEU Mississippi Adoption
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96. Mississippi Mental Health Resources
NAMI mississippi 5269 Keele Street, Suite C Jackson, MS For example, the education office might have information help for children, and the agency for the
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State Mental Health Agency

For more information about admission, care, treatment, release, and patient follow-up in public or private psychiatric residential facilities, contact your State mental health agency: Department of Mental Health
1101 Robert E. Lee Building
239 North Lamar Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Phone: 601-359-1288
Fax: 601-359-6295 State Protection and Advocacy Agency
Each State has a protection and advocacy agency that receives funding from the Federal Center for Mental Health Services. Agencies are mandated to protect and advocate for the rights of people with mental illnesses and to investigate reports of abuse and neglect in facilities that care for or treat individuals with mental illnesses. These facilities, which may be public or private, include hospitals, nursing homes, community facilities, board and care homes, homeless shelters, jails, and prisons. Agencies provide advocacy services or conduct investigations to address issues that arise during transportation or admission to such facilities, during residency in them, or within 90 days after discharge from them. Contact:

97. Mississippi Wildlife Federation - Protecting Our Wildlife Legacy
to natural resource conservation, environmental quality, and outdoor recreation in mississippi. We are a citizens organization, not a state or federal agency.
The Mississippi Wildlife Federation was established in 1946 to advance the protection of wildlife in Mississippi. Over 50 years later we are working in a multitude of areas to conserve Mississippi's natural resources and protect our wildlife legacy. We are a non-profit federation of individuals, businesses, and organizations committed to natural resource conservation, environmental quality, and outdoor recreation in Mississippi. We are a citizens' organization , not a state or federal agency. As the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation - the world's largest private conservation organization - we seek to conserve and defend the natural resources of our state and country: its wildlife, forest, soil, air and water. Katfishin' Kids
Bring the kids (ages: 5 - 14) and join us for a fun-filled day June 5th at this year's Katfishin' Kids at Turcotte. This event is free to all so load up and join us on June 5th for our second annual Katfishin' Kids!
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National State Policy Database (NSPD)
A collaborative project of the National Association of State Directors of Special Education and the . This work is funded in part by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) The NSPD currently holds state department of education rules and regulations for Special Education. Use the following Searches: Command Based Query Menu Based Query Plain English Query Displays a text entry box in which you enter the words or phrases that you wish to locate combined with search operators Searches are entered by typing in words or phrases and choosing options from a menu Type in exactly what you need to know in plain English Help State and National Regulations Available for Search (use queries above) or for Download (click on individual states below) In most cases, state regulations have been translated to PDF by GLARRC. These files, available below for download, are NOT the official legal files. For the official copy of each state's regulations, please contact the state education agency.

99. Mississippi Center For Freedom Of Information
to state agency rulings, agency regulations, and from reporters, editors, students, educators, attorneys and The University of Southern mississippi School of
on cameras in the courtroom
It being essential to the fundamental philosophy of the American constitutional form of representative government and to the maintenance of a democratic society that public business be performed in an open and public manner, and that citizens be advised of and be aware of the performance of public officials and the deliberations and decisions that go into the making of public policy, it is hereby declared to be the policy of the State of Mississippi that the formation and determination of public policy is public business and shall be conducted at open meetings except as otherwise provided herein. S o begins the Mississippi Open Meetings Law, establishing the principle that public government must be open to the public. The Mississippi Public Records Act grants citizens the right of public access to public records:
All public records are hereby declared to be public property, and any person shall have the right to inspect, copy of mechanically reproduce or obtain a reproduction of any public record of a public body in accordance with reasonable written procedures…No public body shall adopt procedures which will authorize the public body to produce or deny the production of a public record later than fourteen working days from the date of request for the production of such record.

100. Scott County Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative
a collaborative effort between the mississippi Bend Area local law enforcement and communitybased agencies. to provide comprehensive educational, mental health
Home Funding Resources AEA Standards Staff Directory ... Site Map
Scott County Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative Program Leader/Contact:
Joann Christofferson
Research And Development Bettendorf Email: Target Audience:
Scott County School Districts Funding Sources:
US Department of Education
US Department of Health and Human Services
US Department of Justice Funding Period:
Three Years Program Description:
The Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative is a collaborative effort between the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency, Scott County School Districts, Vera French Mental Health Center, the Center for Alcohol and Drug Services, local law enforcement and community-based agencies. The purpose of the initiative is to promote safe and healthy environments in which Scott County children can learn and develop. The program will provide a means for Scott County schools and the community to work together to provide comprehensive educational, mental health, social, and juvenile justice system services that promote healthy child development and school environments that are safe, disciplined and drug free. Program Goal:
The program goal is to plan, develop, and enhance safe and drug free learning environments for children and families in Scott County.

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