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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

81. CHASE SC Home School Association - The Homeschool Resource For South Carolina!
Many homeschooling parents have lots of or homeschooling related workshops across south carolina. Charlotte Mason, Classical education, Deschooling, Eclectic
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Christian Homeschooler's Association of South Eastern South Carolina
PO Box 58
Ruffin, SC 29475
Contact us by Email

CHASE SC Site Index
days to June 30th, 2004, the school year end for CHASE SC.
The Homeschool Resource for South Carolina!
All homeschoolers, and home schools should consult their attorney, or HSLDA for all legal matters.
CHASE SC 59-65-47 Accountability Information
About CHASE SC...

Basic information about CHASE SC, our Lifetime Membership, and the Board are available here.
CHASE SC Lifetime Membership Application html or pdf
CHASE SC accepts applications all year long , and from homeschoolers all across SC. We welcome all types of home educators; home schoolers, relaxed schooling, unschooling, and all others. html or pdf The form your home school will submit at the end of year, and whenever you need to update your information with us. Directory of School Districts html or pdf This directory lists all of the SC public school districts. Questions About CHASE SC Information is provided on how to contact CHASE SC, the board structure, who we serve, the membership process, what is provided for members, the newsletter, and procedures for records.

82. -- Your Local Guide To Pregnancy And Parenting Resources
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83. Resources, Bullying, Safe & Responsive Schools Project, Indiana Education Policy
in Society, University of south carolina, carolina Plaza, Columbia Information The National Resource Center for strategies for educators, parents, and students
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Blueprint for Violence Prevention: Book Nine. Bullying Prevention Program
describes a comprehensive bullying prevention program , gives empirical evidence on its effectiveness, provides timelines for implementation and includes program evaluation procedures. Author(s)
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: CSPV University of Colorado at Boulder
IBS #10
Campus Box 439
Boulder, CO 80309-0439
Fax: (303) 443-3297
Supplemental lesson plans for the Bullying Prevention program (targeted at middle school students) may be obtained at a cost of $5.00 by contacting Dr. Susan Limber, Institute for Families in Society, University of South Carolina, Carolina Plaza, Columbia, SC 29208. Phone: (803) 777-1529; Fax: (803) 777-1120 Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do includes detailed information on bullying, general suggestions for reducing bullying, and a guide to help teachers and parents recognize if a child is being victimized or bullies others.

84. NGA Center For Best Practices
statewide early childhood education initiative designed to ensure that south carolina children arrive Provide parents with access to the support they,1188,C_ISSUE_BRIEF^D_1605,00.html
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Eight Western U.S. states sent representatives to a two-day meeting that explored the connections between... Developing State Policy to Ensure a 'Highly Qualified' Teacher in Every Classroom
To improve student achievement, governors need policy strategies for ensuring a highly skilled teacher workforce.... NCLB: Summary of a Letter Concerning Amendments to Accountability Plans
NGA summary of a letter regarding amendments to state accountability plans.... Interdisciplinary Network on School-Health Partnerships
The Network supported five states in building partnerships to promote school health and academic achievement... Governors' Forum on Quality Preschool
Information and presentations from the Governors' Forum on Quality Preschool. The Forum presented an unprecedented...

85. HSLDA | South Carolina Legislation 2004—House Bill 4908: Tax Credits For Homesc
vote for House Bill 4908, the south carolina Put Parents the double tax burden on parents who choose 2004 — Calls Needed Help Pass education Tax Credits.
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Federal and state legislation relating to homeschooling
News and updates on legal contacts and other issues that affect homeschoolers Member Resources State forms and other resources along with an online form to contact your staff South Carolina HOME LAWS ORGANIZATIONS CASES ... HEADLINES May 7, 2004 House Bill 4908: Tax Credits for Homeschooling Author: W. Douglas Smith (R-District 32) Summary: This bill would provide income and property tax credits for tuition paid to public or nonpublic schools, including homeschools. Homeschooling families would be entitled to tax credits for expenses incurred for tutors, textbooks, school supplies, fees for membership in an association that sets the academic standards for the student's homeschooling program, and academic lessons. The bill also provides that tax credits are available for contributions to organizations providing scholarships to students for educational expenses. Designated as the "South Carolina Put Parents in Charge Act," this bill has the strong support of Governor Mark Sanford. Status: Introduced and referred to House Ways and Means Committee Action Requested:
  • Please contact all members of the House Ways and Means Committee and your own state with this message: "Please vote for House Bill 4908, the South Carolina Put Parents in Charge Act. This bill will empower parents to choose the educational option best for their children and provide tax relief for families with school-age children."
  • 86. INEW Math Grade K-6 Math Worksheet
    librarians, counselors, administrators, parents, and anyone interested in education throughout the of south Eastern south carolina) The Homeschooling
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      Education World (The Educator's Best Friend) review on INEW:
      Teachers and parents interested in helping children improve their math skills will want to introduce their kids to the Internet Educational Workbook. Practice at INEW can reinforce math skills from simple addition to figuring square roots. This large database of math-skill activities is available in both printable format for use offline and interactive activities to be used online. Children can use the workbook repeatedly, without tiring of the interactive games. A reference section that explains the concepts kids are learning accompanies each set of activities.
      Homeschool and Education Information Directory is a comprehensive listing of educational resources, websites, and businesses that provide support to the homeschooling community, parents, teachers, educators, and students.
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    88. Information For Parents And Students
    south carolina Higher education Institutions. Independent Colleges and Universities in south carolina. Campus safety guide for parents of college students.
    South Carolina Higher Education Institutions Public Colleges and Universities South Carolina Technical Colleges Independent Colleges and Universities in South Carolina How do I find out about college? Search the web for information on colleges and applying to college. How can students be safe on campus? ... How do I pay for college? Financial Assistance Information Scholarships. Loans. Grants. Tuition. Money for college. Whatever you call it, paying for college is a major issue, but don't let "sticker shock" stop you from attending the school that's right for you. If you're looking for scholarships, loans, grants, or tuition money, you've come to the right place.
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    89. ERIC/OSEP Directory Of Projects: Parent Training And Resource Center
    strengthen the role of parents and caretakers in obtaining appropriate educational services for regions of southeastern south carolina, specifically Charleston

    90. South Carolina Homeschooling Laws - A To Z Home's Cool
    Return to south carolina homeschooling information. Source Book The Essential Resource Guide for Homeschoolers, Parents, and Educators Covering Every
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    This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for information purposes only. Check for updates at your public library. Compulsory attendance - Between 5 and 17 years of age. Parents must have at least a high school diploma or GED.

    91. Parent Resources
    about the GEM Project, new resources, and features Teachers, parents, and administrators can search or and find high quality educational materials, including
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    The Gateway
    This site provides users with news and information about the GEM Project, new resources, and features "Hot Topic" searches from The Gateway. Teachers, parents, and administrators can search or browse The Gateway and find high quality educational materials, including lesson plans, activities, and projects from GEM Consortium member sites. South Carolina Legislature South Carolina State
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    92. Untitled Document
    However, you the parent or guardian- are your child s best advocate. The more informed you are about the resources available to your child, the better you
    There are many agencies and organizations that can provide services to children and youth with disabilities. Many children served by the Continuum are also served by some of the groups listed in this Resource sections. The Continuum staff will be available to help you find out more information, as well. If you have questions or want to know more about anything in this section, talk to your child's Service Coordinator. He or she will explain the services more fully, answer your questions, or get more information for you. In This Section.... Back to the Top

    93. South Carolina C.A.Use
    to a campaign directed to parents scheduled to physician colleagues through educational presentations at to our 1329 primary care physicians in south carolina.
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    Health Care Provider Information CDC Antibiotic Resistance Childcare Centers and Infections ... Order Publications Sponsors Sponsoring Organizations Comments? Email Dixie Roberts Promoting the Judicious use of Antibiotics: An Educational Campaign for Health Care Providers and Communities in South Carolina George Kotchmar, Jr., M.D. Published in EpiNotes July- August 1998 South Carolina, like the remainder of the country, has experienced a dramatic rise in the incidence of antibiotic resistance in the ambulatory setting, especially in infections with Streptococcus pneumoniae.    Resistant infections have increased steadily since 1994 with the number highly variable between different regions of the state; we cannot yet estimate proportions of isolates that are resistant in different areas, but that is one of the focused objectives of the South Carolina campaign.  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) national data, from national active surveillance sites on resistance in invasive infections with S. pneumoniae

    94. Smoky Mountain Internet Services, Inc. - Franklin, North Carolina - Education
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    95. College Cost Central
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    What do you think? Click HERE to take our College Cost Survey America's higher education system is facing a crisis. Decades of dramatically increasing costs, in both good economic times and bad, are threatening to push the dream of college out of reach for millions of students and families. Led by 21st Century Competitiveness Subcommittee Chairman Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, Republicans on the Education & the Workforce Committee have pledged to hold colleges accountable for these dramatic increases to help keep college affordable. In the coming months, through reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, the Committee will work to add new sunshine and transparency to our nation's higher education system. Legislation will be offered to provide the consumers of higher education students and parents with accessible and easily-understandable information, allowing them to better exercise freedom in the marketplace of higher education. By empowering consumers, the Committee believes, America's higher education system will be more accountable to the students it exists to serve.

    96. Learning Disabilities OnLine: Finding Help: South Dakota State Resources
    information on learning disabilities, learning disorders, attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, speech
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    To find other help resources select a topic from the list and click GO Select a Topic US - National Organizations US - Federal Agencies US - State By State Resource Guides Canadian Resources Information By Phone International Links LD Schools On-line Resources Parent Advocacy US State Departments of Education If you are a professional interested in listing your services, sign-up online now! Select a State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota

    97. Adopt An International Or US Child Baby Infant Kid Siblings, Adoption Informatio
    thousands of books on adoption, parenting more and services Adoption Professionals online resource center site is designed for educational purposes only. local info forums photolisting ... Community you are here: community
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    98. PBS Parents | PBS
    Ready To Learn US Department of EducationThe PBS Parents


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