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  1. Grant for Services for Children and Youth with Deaf-Blindness Program, 34 CFR 307 in South Carolina final report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:393282) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1996
  2. A resource guide for developing parent education & family literacy programs in early childhood by Kevin J Swick, 1994
  3. University of South Carolina Student Literacy Corps Project (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:329932) by Beth Ann Herrmann, 1990
  4. A public-private partnership, year two South Pointe Elementary School, Miami, Florida (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:377571) by Thomas H. Peeler, 1993

41. Parent Training & Resource Center - South Carolina (CPRC)
parent Training Resource Center south carolina (CPRC). Type of Center, PTI. parent centers are funded by the US Department of education under the
Type of Center PTI
Address c/o Family Resource Center
135 Rutledge Avenue
P.O. Box 250567
Charleston, SC 29425
Phone Fax E-mail Target Audiences Parent Centers (Parent Training and Information Centers and Community Parent Resource Centers) work with families of children and young adults from birth to age 22 with all disabilities: physical, mental, learning, emotional, and attention deficit disorders. Parent Centers train and inform parents and professionals, help families obtain appropriate education and services for their children with disabilities, work to improve educational results for all children, resolve problems between families and schools or other agencies and connect children with disabilities to community resources that address their needs. Parent centers are funded by the U.S. Department of Education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Each state has at least one parent center, and states with large populations may have more. There are approximately 100 parent centers in the U.S. Topical Areas IDEA 97, Rights and Responsibilities, Procedural Safeguards, Early Childhood, Transition (these are just a few of the topics covered by parent centers)

42. PRO-PARENTS - South Carolina
of education under the Individuals with Disabilities education Act (IDEA). a few of the topics covered by parent centers Geographic Areas Served, south carolina.
PRO-PARENTS - South Carolina
Type of Center PTI
Address 2712 Middleburg Drive, Suite 203
Columbia, SC 29204
Phone (803) 779-3859; (800) 759-4776 (in-state only) Fax E-mail Web Address Target Audiences Parent Centers (Parent Training and Information Centers and Community Parent Resource Centers) work with families of children and young adults from birth to age 22 with all disabilities: physical, mental, learning, emotional, and attention deficit disorders. Parent Centers train and inform parents and professionals, help families obtain appropriate education and services for their children with disabilities, work to improve educational results for all children, resolve problems between families and schools or other agencies and connect children with disabilities to community resources that address their needs. Parent centers are funded by the U.S. Department of Education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Each state has at least one parent center, and states with large populations may have more. There are approximately 100 parent centers in the U.S. Topical Areas IDEA 97, Rights and Responsibilities, Procedural Safeguards, Early Childhood, Transition (these are just a few of the topics covered by parent centers)

43. Family Village -- Parent Training & Information Centers
parent education Network Mentor parent Program. Rhode Island Rhode Island parent Information Network. south carolina parent Training Resource Center Pro
Family Village School We have provided links to those Parent and Information Centers that have a web site.
If you are aware of a PTI web site that we do not have listed, please send a note to
be found on the PACER Center National Groups
National Center for Latinos with Disabilities
Specialized Training Of Military Persons (STOMP)

Native American Families Together Parent Center

State Groups

44. Children With Disabilities, Support, Help, Programs In South Carolina
south carolina reach their potential by providing parentto-parent connections, linking families to community resources, and sponsoring a number of educational
Having a baby is one of life's greatest moments, and every parent dreams of having a happy, healthy one. So when a child with disabilities or special needs enters a family, at birth or diagnosis, it is rarely what the parents expected. Treasures are found in the unexpected, however, just as all children are a gift, Family Connection of South Carolina helps families recognize and celebrate the potential of that gift. Family Connection is a support network for families who have children with special needs. Founded in 1990, we're here to help thousands of children in South Carolina reach their potential by providing parent-to-parent connections, linking families to community resources, and sponsoring a number of educational and support programs. Our programs and services are centered around parent-to-parent networking, a program based in the principal that families with shared experiences are uniquely qualified to help each other. We match parents of children with disabilities with Support Parents who have children with similar conditions. These trained veteran Support Parents are an invaluable source of support and encouragement because they have faced similar challenges and celebrations. Family Connection of South Carolina is part of a worldwide network of parent-to-parent support programs and is financed through grants, donations and contracts with many private and governmental organizations. Today, there are Family Connection offices in Columbia, Greenville, Greenwood, Anderson, Spartanburg, Aiken, Charleston, and Florence, with Support Parents in all counties of South Carolina.

45. Special Education Parent Resource Center | Alaska And Beyond!
of Mental Health in south carolina and provides Programs, US Department of education http//www.ed PACER Center (parent Advocacy Coalition for educational Rights
Site Index Site Options Contact Us Search for: Schools Departments About ASD School Board ... myASD
Special Education Parent Resource Center
Alaska and beyond!
Consider this a key to gaining more information on special education from key national Web sites. Clicking on these links will take you away from the Anchorage School District's Web site. Each link will open in a new window. The Access Center for Improving Outcomes for All Students K-8

The Access Center is a national technical assistance (TA) center funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs to improve educational outcomes for elementary and middle school students with disabilities. We are dedicated to building the capacity of state educators, TA systems, districts, schools, and individuals to help students with disabilities engage in and learn from the general education curriculum. CanChild - Centre for Childhood Disability Research

46. MCEC Assessment Resource Center
carolina Office of Exceptional Children This is the south carolina special education website on child find, IEP standards, and your rights as a parent.

47. South Carolina
children and families in 21 south carolina school districts Center, parents As Teachers, parentChild-Home, Volunteerism, Adult education, McKinney Homeless
Search: Home Literacy Legislation SOUTH CAROLINA Background to Enactment
Summary of Legislation
The Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993, known as Act 135, added to Education Improvement Act funds to provide for the expansion of "Target 2000" to all 91 school districts by the year 1994-95 and allows schools more flexibility in using funds. In their five-year plans for serving children from birth to age five, districts must include a parenting/family literacy component that creates partnerships with health and human service agencies, adult education programs and community organizations. Districts also must make intensive efforts to recruit parents whose children are at risk for school failure, must provide parent education and are encouraged to offer parents opportunities to improve their education if they do not possess a high school diploma or its equivalent. The legislation provides for the State Board of Education to promulgate regulations, but these regulations have not yet been approved by the General Assembly.
Administrative Structure
The "Guidelines for Implementing Parenting/Family Literacy As Required By Act 135" address service delivery methods, needs assessment and developmental screening. They call for an annual evaluation of each program and collaboration with other local agencies. In the "Guidelines," at-risk children are defined according to criteria including developmental delays, unstable homes, poverty, limited English proficiency, low educational level of parent, unusual age of caregiver, poor health, child abuse and neglect, inadequate parenting and inadequate access to critically needed family services.

48. Home School Corner
Massachusetts Home Learning Association Massachusetts Homeschool Organization of parent Educators. south carolina Homeward education Association Home
Bulletin Board Articles Resources Resources by State Magazines Special Needs
Resources by State (CHEA) The Cultural Home Educators Assoc. Homeschool Resources
Eclectic Home School
Homeschooling in the USA
Jon's Homeschool Support Groups and Homeschooling Law by State
Homeschool Organizations by state from Home Life



... Wyoming Alabama Home Educators of Alabama Round Table Central Alabama Resource for Home Educators North Alabama Home Educator's List of Alabama Support Groups Alabama Homeschool Organizations from Home Life Alaska Alaska Private Home Educator's Association Christian Home Educators of Kodiak Homeschoolers Unlimited Arizona Arizona Families for Home Education Roadrunner Home Schoolers Arkansas Arkansas Home Educators Arkansas Homeschool Organizations and Support Groups Arkansas Homeschooling Live and Learn California California Homeschool Network Homeschool Association of California Homefires, Journal of Homeschooling

49. School Psychology Resources Online - Other Information 2
of Pennsylvania ASSP south carolina Association of School Counseling, Special education Psychology, Counseling and Therapy, Parenting, Death and
Main Page (TOC) Bookstore School Psychology Resources for Psychologists, Parents and Educators
Research learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more. Bobby Approved Other Information 2
Bookstore Contents Adolescence Assessment, Evaluation Brochures, Pamphlets,
... Functional Behavioral Assessment (Behavior
Intervention) Graduate Schools Journals and E-zines Law and Education (IDEA) Listservs (mailing lists) ... Mental Health
Emotional Development News Other Excellent Resources Parenting and Family Peer Resources ... Index (Search)
Other Information 2 Main Page What's New Index Jobs ... Awards
Assessment and Evaluation
Alternative Assessment Grant
ASEBA (Achenbach System for Empirically Based Assessment) - Achenbach materials WWW site. Includes the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)
Assessment and Evaluation on the Internet - An annotated list of many resources. It covers the subject quite broadly.
Buros Institute of Mental Measurements
Code of Fair Testing Practices in Education - Developed by the American Psychological Association.

50. Resource Agencies For Parents
Evidence Continues to Grow parent Involvement Improves studies on parental involvement in education. carolina, Puerto Rico, south carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
RESOURCE AGENCIES FOR PARENTS The American Medical Association
Department of Adolescent Health
515 North State Street
Chicago, IL 60610
The American School Health Association
P.O. Box 708
Kent, OH 44240
Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development
2400 N Street, NW, Sixth Floor
Washington, DC 20037-1153
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health 4770 Buford Highway, NE Mailstop K31 Atlanta, GA 30341-3724 A public health service agency Drug Abuse Information and Treatment Referral Line 800/662-HELP Confidential discussion and/or referrals, information related to drug use, treatment, support groups, and other services. Sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Federal Drug, Alcohol and Crime Clearinghouse Network Single point of entry for all federal clearinghouses. Sponsored by the Office of National Drug Control Policy in cooperation with the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Education. Health Resources and Services Administration Maternal and Child Health Bureau Room 18A55, Parklawn Building

51. State Homeschool Conventions From TheHomeSchoolMom.Com Free
Kansas Midwest parent Educators April 16 17, 2004; TPA Oregon Christian Home education Conference - August 20 2004. Rhode Island south carolina south Dakota

52. Resources For Parents
Home resources for Parents. south carolina Department of education(www.myscschools.comclick on School Districts for your child’s school).
I Want My Child to...
Career Planning
Career Development
World of Work
21st Century Employees
What Schools are Doing
Technical Colleges
Plan for Future Success
Multicultural Students
Putting the Pieces Together Career Spotlight Resources for Parents Bibliography Home >> Resources for Parents The Partnership for Academic and Career Education does not endorse the sites behind these links. We offer them for your additional research. Career Assessment Campbell Interest and Skill Survey ( Career Key ( Keirsey Temperament Sorter ( Career Planning Mapping Your Future ( Financial Aid Federal Student Aid ( Labor Market and Salary Information America’s Career InfoNet ( Wage Information ( Occupational Outlook Handbook ( Jobs in the HVAC industry ( Careers in Technology (

53. South Carolina State Profile
parents and Community parent and community involvement initiatives and text articles and publications related to the education of ELLs in south carolina.
OELA NCELA's Mission User's Guide to Resource Collection Contact Us ... Technical Assistance Site Search Policy State Resource Pages > South Carolina Back To State Resource Pages Alabama Alaska Arizona ... Samoa South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah ... Wyoming South Carolina Education Policies and Governance Information on policies, legislation, and resources regarding ELLs. Data and Demographics SEA-reported and Census numbers for ELLs and immigrant students as well as other sources for state education and demographic data. South Carolina and NCLB Implementation of NCLB in South Carolina, including Consolidated State Applications and state accountability plans. Federally Funded Programs Information and contacts for OELA-funded programs in South Carolina, including profiles of successful programs. Standards and Assessment State content and English language proficiency standards. Teaching in South Carolina - Teacher certification, professional development and quality issues.

54. Parent Centers
Pennsylvania parent education Network ( Rhode Island Rhode Island parent Information Network south carolina PROparentS (
Events Calendar

AOC Publications

ADA Publications
Parent Mentors

Parent Centers

Greeting Cards

Assistive Tech

There are many parent resource centers located throughout the United States. Here is a list of all of the ones that we are aware of. If you know of a center that helps children with special needs, please email it to us so that we may add it to this list. Thanks Alabama Special Education Action Committee Inc. ( Alaska Parents Inc. ( American Samoa American Samoa PAVE ( Arizona Pilot Parents of Southern Arizona ( RAISING Special Kids ( Arkansas Arkansas Disability Coalition ( FOCUS, Inc ( California DREDF ( Exceptional Family Support, Education and Advocacy Center ( Exceptional Parents Unlimited ( ... Parents helping Parents of Santa Clara ( Colorado PEAK Parent Center, Inc. (

55. Parents For Public Schools
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North carolina and south carolina;. and offers resources for educators and parents. National Center for education and the Economy
Home About Us Local Chapters Events ... Home About PPS Mission Involvement History Membership ... Our Position Membership Chapter Benefits FAQs Join Us Support PPS Make A Donation
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Advocacy Institute

U.S.-based global organization dedicated to strengthening the capacity of political, social and economic justice advocates to influence and change policy. Alliance for Justice Nonprofit Advocacy Project
Assists nonprofits in understanding the broad scope of allowable policy activities (The) ASPIRA Association
National nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower the Puerto Rican and Latino community through advocacy and the education and leadership development of its youth. (The) Center for Education Reform
A national, independent, non-profit advocacy organization that provides support and guidance to those working to bring fundamental reforms to their schools. Center for Law and Education
Strives to make the right of all students to quality education a reality and to help enable communities to address their own public education problems effectively, with an emphasis on assistance to low-income students and communities. Center for Living Democracy
Inspires and prepares people to make democracy a rewarding, everyday approach to solving society's problems.

56. About The California Parent Center
New York. Action Center for education Community Development (716) 3324126. People for People parent Information Center (215) 763-7060. south carolina.
Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) in California There are now six Parental Information Resource Centers funded by the US Department of Education in California: Information about these Resource Centers is provided immediately below. For those wishing to contact other PIRCs across the country, this list is followed by a more comprehensive listing of such centers in the other states." The California PARENT Center at the June Burnett Institute
6310 Alvarado Court, San Diego, CA 92120
Project Director: John Wedemeyer - Phone: 619 594-4756
Assistant Director: Beth Sondak - Phone: 619-594-4756
Program Director: Jeana Preston - Phone: 619-594-4756
Toll Free Parent Warm Line - 1-877-9 PARENT American Indian Parental Assistance Program (Project AIPAP) of Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association
P.O. BOX 1470, Valley Center, CA 92082
Project Director: Jack Ward - Phone: (760) 742-8600
Key Web Site address:

57. South Carolina Railroad Museum - Education
The following lesson suggestions and resources have been History A Guide to the south carolina Railroad Museum for Educators, Parents, and Learners of
Home Train Rides Location Facilities ...
More Information

School Programs and Railroad Education

Railroads are a crucial part of our nation's economy and industrial machine. For this reason, the South Carolina Railroad Museum encourages teachers in South Carolina to bring their classes to the Museum, and to teach their students about the impact railroads have had and continue to have on our history, economy, and culture. The following lesson suggestions and resources have been compliled here to assist teachers in creating specific activities relating to railroads. While primarily intended for educators in South Carolina, the information provided here is broad enough that any teacher in any part of the world can find some ideas useful in writing his or her lesson plans.
Field Trips to the Museum
NOTE: To arrange a field trip, call Howard Shepherd at (803)796-8540.
Riding the Train Through History: A Guide to the South Carolina Railroad Museum for Educators, Parents, and Learners of All Ages
by Joe Stribling, July 1996

schools in Lowndes County, Alabama; Cleveland, Ohio; and Florence, south carolina. The Neighborhood education Watch Creating parent Advocates and Leaders PALS Project.html
Neighborhood Education Watch: Creating Parent Advocates and Leaders
(NEW PALS) for Quality Mathematics, Science, and Technology (SMT)
Education in Selected Communities
With support from the National Science Foundation, the QEM Network piloted the NEW PALS initiative in ten communities from September 1999-April 2003. NEW PALS built on both current and past QEM programs in selected sites. Seven of these sites are public housing communities located near college campuses on which community service centers (CSCs) have been established to link the resources of the institutions to the educational needs of the residents, while the remaining three communities are part of a General Electric (GE) Fund-QEM partnership.
Cleveland, Ohio; and Florence, South Carolina. Through NEW PALS, a core group of parents at each site has been trained and offered support to encourage them to become: stronger participants in the provision of quality science, mathematics, and technology (SMT) education for their children; and more informed advocates of quality education in their local schools. Efforts focused on (1) the design and implementation of a community-based institute at each location that offered parents a range of educational, training, and leadership development activities-tied to the educational level of their children; and (2) the creation and maintenance of an information and support network of educational resources available to parents electronically, via QEM's Website, an 800 number, and in printed form. An abbreviated version of this project is taking place in four public housing communities in Jacksonville, Florida, with support from the Doval County Public Schools.

59. American Academy Of Pediatrics National Center Of Medical Home Initiatives For C
245415. Closing Panel Future Steps for Medical Home in south carolina. 415-430. Debbie Howard - parent; Regional education Coordinator, Pro-parents;
Greenville, SC
Medical Home Training Program - May 18, 2002 Target Audience Course Objectives State Resource Info Schedule ... Faculty
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and Shriners Hospitals for Children offered its Every Child Deserves a Medical Home Training Program in Greenville, SC on May 18, 2002 at the Shriners Hospital. The program aimed to support pediatric health care providers, children with special health care needs and their families, and communities interested in the well being of these special needs children in a changing health care environment. Target Audience
The target audience included pediatric health professionals and their staff, other professionals, families of children with special needs, managed care professionals, policy makers, community members, and and other child advocates who care for children with special needs. Course Objectives
General pediatricians, family physicians, pediatric subspecialists, and other pediatric health care professionals, nurses, pediatric office staff, community resources, and parents of children with special needs are invited to participate in the course. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

60. Beaufort, SC Government Information, Beaufort County, South
statistics, management information systems, student services, staff, publications, parent and student south carolina Higher education Tuitions Grants
Site Map Advertise On Beaufort Online Internet Services Of The Low Country Mail Friday, June 11 2004 TOURIST GUIDE CLASSIFIEDS MOVIE GUIDE CALENDAR ... YELLOW PAGES Table Of Contents Beaufort Government Links
League Of Women Voters

The City Of Beaufort

Beaufort County Web Site

Beaufort County Council
Beaufort County School District

Port Royal
Town Of Port Royal

Hilton Head Island, SC
Town Of Hilton Head Island

South Carolina South Carolina's Homepage South Carolina State Treasurer South Carolina Attorney General South Carolina Government Agencies State of South Carolina Site includes governor, government, education, commerce and tourism, history, health and human services, information services, employment opportunities, state directories. South Carolina Administrative Law Judge Division An independent body of administrative law judges who preside over public hearings involving the promulgation of regulations and decide contested cases and appellate cases. Site includes annual reports, rules of procedure, staff, recent decisions, comments, links. South Carolina Department of Agriculture Oversees the administration of the South Carolina Agricultural Commodities Marketing Act. Site includes history, comments, agribusiness development, small farms program, publications, administrative, consumer and market services, laboratory services, marketing and promotion, directory, staff, news releases, commodity boards, associations, festivals, produce wholesalers, calendar, links.

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