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  1. Teaching outside the box: Wisconsin officials recognized a need to turn their attention from the technology tools themselves and focus on how the tools ... (Technological Horizons In Education) by Stuart J. Ciske, 2007-07-01
  2. Implementing Title IX and attaining sex equity: A workshop package for postsecondary educators : the Title IX regulation and grievance process : outline ... - Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction) by Martha Matthews, 1979
  3. Wisconsin rules of the road
  4. Wisconsin traffic law by John McNally, 1983
  5. Welfare is not for sale: campaigns against welfare profiteers in Milwaukee.: An article from: Social Justice by Ellen Reese, Vincent R. Giedraitis, et all 2006-09-22

1. Special Education Consulting
in my home state of wisconsin and all states. Minimal understanding of these regulations is vital to any parent who has a child in Special education or has a
Special Education Advocacy and Consulting Alliance Frustrated Receive a personal consult by email or phone Is your child at-risk? Reauthorization of IDEA IEP'S ... View my State License #1017 Other Resources Wis. Dept. of Public Instruction Learning Disabilities Attention Deficit Disorder National Parenting Center ... Driver's Contract Welcome to Spedalliance, an online resource developed to help parents with Special Education and 'children at risk' issues. There are federal regulations (IDEA) in place to ensure that a child identified as having special needs is provided needed services through the schools (note that children "not yet identified" may also receive the suspension/expulsion protections available under IDEA) . The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a Federal Act that governs Special Education and applies to all states Yes, each state has their own Special Education regulations/policies but they can not over-ride or be more restrictive than the Federal Regulations. My knowledge and understanding of these Federal Regulations allows me to support parents in my home state of Wisconsin and all states. Minimal understanding of these Regulations is vital to any parent who has a child in Special Education or has a child who is having difficulties in school. Often, parents could use additional support in working with school staff. The purpose of this site is to support

2. WDNR - Hunting And Trapping Regulations
HuntTrappingTrapper educationeducation Course ListTrapping regulationsThe Wildlife Society and Your LandHoricon Marsh education Programs. wisconsin Hunting and Trapping regulations
Wildlife Management Hunting Hunting Regulations Season Dates ... Season Forecasts Hunting Opportunities Wildlife Recreation Lands Damage Program Forest Tax Laws Youth Waterfowl Hunt ... Wildlife Recreation Lands Education Hunter Education Trapper Education Wildlife Fact Sheets Wildlife and Your Land ... Horicon Marsh Education Programs
Wisconsin Hunting and Trapping Regulations
A summary of Wisconsin's most important hunting and trapping laws and how they affect you are contained in the pamphlets listed below: Learn more
2004 Regulations
Check this section for updates! The new 2004 regulations will be posted when they are published.
2003 Regulations

3. Wisconsin Education Fairs (WEF), Regulations And Ethics
The ethics and regulations guiding the wisconsin education Fairs are listed in this page. Institutions of Postsecondary education, published by the American Council on education (ACE), and The Directory NACAC). Additional regulations established by the WEF

2004 Fall Fair Schedule
Participant List
About WEF
Executive Board WEF Regulations/Ethics Invitation to Participate
All postsecondary institutions participating in the WEF program are required to be accredited by recognized accrediting agencies. The current directories used to determine acceptable accreditation are Accredited Institutions of Postsecondary Education, published by the American Council on Education (ACE), and The Directory of Accredited Cosmetology Schools, published by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS). In addition, all representatives are asked to review the Statement of Principles of Good Practice , published by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). Additional regulations established by the WEF organization are requirements for continued participation in WEF programs:
  • Only promotional pamphlets and informational literature such as brochures and catalogs may be distributed at a WEF. Imprinted pens, gifts, trinkets, and monetary incentives are PROHIBITED! (Examples: bags, decals, posters, stickers, book covers, rulers, calendars, combs, key chains.) The use of mobile vans or distribution of unsolicited materials placed on cars, buses, or people is prohibited.
  • 4. State Laws And Regulations
    PLEASE READ. BEFORE GOING FURTHER. The HEM staff has been considering pulling these listings. scrambling to reform their education system, the situation becomes overviews of laws and regulations compiled by knowledgeable homeschoolers West Virginia. wisconsin. Wyoming. Back
    The HEM staff has been considering pulling these listings. The main reason is that as homeschooling becomes more widely accepted, and as states are scrambling to reform their education system, the situation becomes more complex. This makes overviews, listings and rankings less valid. We have, however, decided to keep these listings in place because they carry, at a minimum, a link to your state government. Additionally we hope reading cited code and at least one homeschooler's interpretation will help start to demystify legislation and encourage you to investigate further. When talking to new homeschoolers we often hear concerns about the law. Is homeschooling legal? Who do I have to notify? What do I have to teach? While the legalities are a concern that should not be ignored, neither should our response be automatic and not thought out carefully.
    There is no single source, no one true homeschooling authority. We all own the responsibility to think through laws and regulations on homeschooling. Of course you'll find those who disagree - an entire industry has grown up around the fact that there are differences of opinion on homeschooling's legal matters. What we offer here are overviews of laws and regulations compiled by knowledgeable homeschoolers. These files are not legal advice nor the final word on the subject. They are simply a starting point. To maintain our freedom to homeschool we will each need to go far beyond any convenient compilation or synopsis. We need to continue to do our own learning, lead our own research, and decide on our own actions.

    the Supreme Court of the United States in 1972 (wisconsin vs. Yoder). In 1976, the Ohio Supreme Court provide for home education; the Home education regulations are based on Ohio
    THE OHIO HOME EDUCATION REGULATIONS: NOTIFICATION IN A NUTSHELL IS IT LEGAL? Yes . It is your constitutional right to make education choices for your child. This right was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in 1972 ( Wisconsin vs. Yoder). In 1976, the Ohio Supreme Court ruling in you’re The State of Ohio vs. Whisner recognized the primary rights of parents to teach their children at home. Further, your primary parental right to provide the education for your child/ren is specifically safeguarded by Ohio’s home education regulations (OAC 3301-34-02). Ohio law does not specifically provide for home education; the Home Education regulations are based on Ohio Revised Code Section 3321.04-Compulsory Attendance. The requirements specifically addressing home education became effective on August 1, 1989 and can be found under The Ohio State Board of Education Administrative Code-Chapter 3301-34 entitled Rules for Excuses from Compulsory Attendance for Home Education. These requirements carry the same effect as law and school districts may not exceed, change or alter these standard in any manner. These standards serve as rules and policies for districts to follow. WHO MAY HOMESCHOOL?

    6. Boating Regulations By State
    State boating laws Do you need to take a boating safety course? Do you need a boating license? Boating. Laws. Boating education regulations. Reciprocity - accepts boating safety certificates from other West Virginia boating regulations. Yes. wisconsin. 12-16 year olds must take
    Boating Courses Boating Tips Boating Contest Safety Links ... Contact Us Boating Regulations by State
    Boating Education Requirements
    Laws Boating Education Regulations Reciprocity
    accepts boating safety certificates from other states and/or NASBLA-approved courses. Alabama Minimum age to operate 12. Boating license required - proctored exam required to obtain license. Non-residents may operate up to 45 days without a license. Alaska No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arizona No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arkansas No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A California No mandatory boating education laws. Minimum age to operate is 16. California boating information. Yes Colorado Colorado residents - age 14-15 - who operate PWCs required to complete boating safety course. Home study is not accepted for this age group. Yes Connecticut All operators of vessels registered in, or who own property in, CT must successfully complete an approved boating course or pass the CT challenge exam. PWC operators must take proctored, state-approved PWC classroom course regardless of residency. Other vessel operators may take the CT challenge exam. No Delaware Delaware residents born after 1/1/78 must complete an 8 hour boating course.

    7. WDNR - Licenses, Permits And Registrations
    Operator Certification Program; wisconsin Laboratory Certification Vehicles (ATVs) Registration; regulations (PDF, 352KB); Safety education Certification;
    Licenses, Permits and Registrations
    Online Services: Businesses and Municipalities Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Landowner Miscellaneous

    8. Wisconsin Education Fairs (WEF)
    Participant List. About WEF. Executive Board. WEF regulations/Ethics. Invitation to Participate. CHECK US. OUT! Please join us for the Fall 2004 wisconsin education Fair nearest you.

    2004 Fall Fair Schedule
    Participant List
    About WEF
    Executive Board ... Site Coordinator Info
    Please join us for the Fall 2004 Wisconsin Education Fair nearest you. Sponsored by professional Wisconsin educational organizations, it's your opportunity to talk about your future to:
    • colleges
    • universities
    • technical colleges
    • vocational and trade schools
    • the military
    The Participant List includes all the representatives who take part in the fairs.
    • Meet with approximately 100 professional admission representatives from all over the region
    • Learn about requirements, academic programs, financial aid, scholarships, housing and more.
    • Bring yourself, parents, friends and anyone else interested in their future.
    • Best of all, IT'S FREE!

    Contact:Jennifer Machacek

    Updated: June 10, 2004

    9. IDEA (Federal) And Wisconsin State Statute, Rules, & Information
    department s activities related to wisconsin Statutes and The Individuals with Disabilities education Act Amendments of IDEA 97 Final regulations 34 CFR Part
    The following information is provided regarding interactions between the U. S. Department of Education , Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) , and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction . It includes information on the IDEA and the department's activities related to Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code.

    10. Special Education Topics Home
    regulations, special education, related services. staff list, Special education Team, state W. wisconsin Administrative Code, wisconsin Alternate Assessment (WAA).
    What's New Special Education Index Especially for Parents Laws/Procedures/ Bulletins ... Team Staff Listing Special Education Index
    A B C D ... XYZ A adaptive physical education adaptive skills resource guide advocacy alternate assessment-WAA ... autism B blind bulletins C carry-over caseloads categorical aids Chapter 115, Wis. Stats. ... continuous improvement and focused monitoring systems (CIFMS)
    D data deaf deaf-blind disabilities ... due process E early childhood educational environment statistics educational audiology educational interpreting ... ESEA -No Child Left Behind evaluation excess cost expulsion statistics extended school year F federal data 504, Section flow-through grants forms, sample ... funding G graduation procedures graduation rates grants Governor's Task Force on Educational Excellence H hearing impairment hearings, due process High Cost Special Education Initiative Home-based (Home Schooling) ... Homebound I inclusion study independent educational evaluation individualized education program (IEP) information update bulletins ... interim alternative educational setting (IAES) IAES statistics interpreters J K L laws, special education

    11. Wisconsin V. Yoder
    its citizens, to impose reasonable regulations for the a State s interest in universal education, however highly follows that in order for wisconsin to compel
    406 U.S. 205
    May 15, 1972, Decided
    MR. CHIEF JUSTICE BURGER delivered the opinion of the Court. On petition of the State of Wisconsin, we granted the writ of certiorari in this case to review a decision of the Wisconsin Supreme Court holding that respondents' convictions of violating the State's compulsory school-attendance law were invalid under the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution made applicable to the States by the Fourteenth Amendment. For the reasons hereafter stated we affirm the judgment of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. Respondents Jonas Yoder and Wallace Miller are members of the Old Order Amish religion, and respondent Adin Yutzy is a member of the Conservative Amish Mennonite Church. They and their families are residents of Green County, Wisconsin. Wisconsin's compulsory school-attendance law required them to cause their children to attend public or private school until reaching age 16 but the respondents declined to send their children, ages 14 and 15, to public school after they completed the eighth grade. The children were not enrolled in any private school, or within any recognized exception to the compulsory-attendance law, and they are conceded to be subject to the Wisconsin statute. On complaint of the school district administrator for the public schools, respondents were charged, tried, and convicted of violating the compulsory-attendance law in Green County Court and were fined the sum of $ 5 each. Respondents defended on the ground that the application of the compulsory-attendance law violated their rights under the First and Fourteenth Amendments. The trial testimony showed that respondents believed, in accordance with the tenets of Old Order Amish communities generally, that their children's attendance at high school, public or private, was contrary to the Amish religion and way of life. They believed that by sending their children to high school, they would not only expose themselves to the danger of the censure of the church community, but, as found by the county court, also endanger their own salvation and that of their children. The State stipulated that respondents' religious beliefs were sincere.

    12. Invasive Species: Wisconsin
    Classroom Activities University of wisconsinRiver Falls, Agricultural education Department Species of Concern; Laws and regulations; Management; Monitoring.
    What's in My Neighborhood: Wisconsin Geographic Information What's in My Neighborhood Specific State Information Multistate Information Specific State Information

    Species of Concern; Laws and Regulations; Management Invasive Species [Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources]
    Species of Concern; Contacts; Publications; Laws and Regulations; and Management Alien Invaders [Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Education for Kids (EEK!)]
    Species of Concern; Contacts; Management; Monitoring Cooperative Pest Survey Bulletin [Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection]
    Species of Concern; Management; Monitoring Forest Health Protection [Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry]
    Species of Concern; Contacts; Publications; Laws and Regulations; Management; and Monitoring. Special Note: Asian Long-Horned Beetle Gypsy Moth [Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection]

    13. Wisconsin Women's Network: Title IX Proposed Regulation Changes
    wisconsin Women s Network 122 State St 404 Madison WI 3, 2004, the Department of education published their changes to amend Title IX regulations to provide
    Wisconsin Women's Network
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    to Title IX
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    Madison WI 53703
    wiwomen@ From American Association of University Women On March 3, 2004, the Department of Education published their recommended changes to amend Title IX regulations to provide more flexibility for educators to establish single-sex classes and schools at the elementary and secondary levels. Currently, Title IX regulations already allow for the establishment of single-sex schools and classrooms in certain situations as long as comparable education opportunities are created for the excluded sex. In fact, there are currently 24 single-sex public schools in the United States. Single-sex classes and schools can be created to remedy past discrimination to allow girls and women to overcome historical barriers to equal education. Other specific circumstances in which Title IX allows for single-sex classes are competitive athletics, human sexuality classes, and choirs. But the new Title IX regulations would throw out the most basic legal standards prohibiting sex discrimination in education. The Administration's proposed regulation change authorizes the most general and even admittedly unproven assertions as adequate justification for sex-segregated schools and classes. Schools would be able to create and parents would be able to demand separate programs to which only boys or only girls may apply, based on any untested belief that it would bring some sort of educational benefit.

    14. University Of Wisconsin System Administration
    These are proposed IRS regulations relating to the of interest paid on qualified education loans sole property of University of wisconsin System Administration.
    University of Wisconsin System Administration
    There are two new tax credits for expenses paid for postsecondary education. These tax credits can directly reduce the amount of federal income tax for returns filed in 1999 or later. The Hope Scholarship Credit is available on a per-student basis for the first two years of postsecondary education, while the Lifetime Learning Credit applies on a tax-return basis and covers a broader time frame and range of educational courses. Education expenses paid for with tax-free grants, scholarships, and employer-education assistance are not eligible for either tax credit. Education expenses paid with loans are eligible for Hope Scholarship and Lifetime Learning Credits. Eligibility for both tax credits is affected by taxpayer income. You will need to use IRS Tax Form 8863 to figure and claim these tax credits.
  • A tax credit equal to all of the first $1,000 of tuition and fees (less scholarships, grants, and tax-free tuition benefits) and half of the next $1,000 of tuition and fees is available to parents of dependent students or to students who are not claimed as dependents on their parents' return. The maximum credit is $1,500. The Hope credit can be claimed only for two tax years and applies only to the first two years of postsecondary education (based on the student not completing the first two years of postsecondary education at an eligible educational institution at the beginning of the taxable year). Students must be enrolled at least half-time during at least one academic period that begins during a tax year and cannot have had a drug felony conviction in a year that the credit applies. Education expenses paid on or after January 1, 1998, are eligible for the Hope credit.

    15. Wisconsin Appraisal School - State Requirements
    Submit verification of education and experience to the Department for review. Pass the state examination on wisconsin regulations.

    16. Shwec Pollution Prevention Compliance
    wisconsin Incentives for Renewable Energy, 3/29/2004, WI website goes over Rules, regulations, Policies, Outreach Solid and Hazardous Waste education Center, Visit
    The Wisconsin P2 Partnership provides help to Wisconsin businesses and citizens to use pollution prevention and waste reduction to achieve and exceed compliance with environmental regulations. Home
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    We would appreciate your comments and questions about this site. Please contact us at . Thank you. WI PARTNERS DNR - CEA
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    11 Records All Audiences Agriculture Business Citizens City/Towns Education and Evaluation Home Landowners Recreation State/Fed Waste Water Treatment Plants All Focus Areas Air Limits/Standards for Processes Air Permits Air Pollution Composting Energy Efficiency Environmental Education and Evaluation Environmental Management Systems Green Building Hazardous Wastes Household Hazardous Waste Mercury Issues Nutrient Management PBT Issues Pollution prevention Recycling Renewable Energy Solid Waste Management Special Waste: Batteries Special Waste: Computer/Electronics Special Waste: Fluorescent Bulbs Special Waste: Used Oil Special Waste: Wood Waste Waste Water Treatment Plants Wastewater Well water protection programs All Sectors/Processes Adhesives Industry and Trade

    17. 4-C Community Coordinated Child Care - Regulations
    wisconsin CHILD CARE regulations. 15 hours of continuing education required each year; Prelicensing consultation with wisconsin Child Care Improvement
    • Contact: (Wisconsin) Southern Regional Licensing Office - (608) 243-2400 If caring for 4-8 children, state licensing is mandatory. 8 or fewer children including the provider's children if under age 7 Initial training of 40 hours (plus 10 more if caring for children under age 2) 15 hours of continuing education required each year Pre-licensing consultation with Wisconsin Child Care Improvement Project One or two home visits during licensing process Annual home visit after becoming fully licensed Written policies must be given to parent when child is enrolled Provider can care for children of families receiving county assistance (Wisconsin Shares program) Fee: $15.12 for a 6-month provisional license; $60.50 for a 2 year license
    COUNTY CERTIFIED (Providers in Dane County)
    • Contact: 4-C office - (608) 271-9181. Caring for 1-3 children under the age of 7 plus the provider's children. Initial training of 20 hours* 5 hours of continuing education required annually* Provider may care for children of families receiving county assistance (Wisconsin Shares program) Visits are made to providers upon initial certification, annually thereafter

    18. Wisconsin.Gov - Search Results
    for kids, History of wisconsin, Landmarks, Literature Business pages for kids, education pages for Laws and regulations Administrative rules, Environmental laws
    Search all state government websites:
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    Subject Directory: Agriculture and food production
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    Agricultural statistics Agriculture pages for kids ... Voter registration

    19. WCTWS - Links
    wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. on rare plants, animals and natural communities; endangered species permits, laws, and regulations. Hunter education.
    Chapter Information Meetings/Updates Newsletter Membership ... Links Links Wisconsin's Wildlife Wisconsin's Vegetation Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Educational Programs ... Wildlife Conservation Wisconsin's Wildlife Mammals Insects Moths of Wisconsin Butterflies of Wisconsin Back to Top General Wildlife Invasive Non-Native Animals - from WI DNR Wisconsin's Vegetation Wild Edible Plant Guide Invasive Plants of Wisconsin - from the Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin Invasive Non-Native Plants of Wisconsin - from WI DNR Invasive Native Plants of Wisconsin - from WI DNR Wisconsin Manual of Control Recommendations for Ecologically Invasive Plants - from WI DNR Wisconsin Vascular Plants - from the Wisconsin State Herbarium at the University of Wisconsin - Madison Back to Top Endangered Resources Endangered and Threatened Species Information - from WI DNR The Wisconsin Natural Heritage Working List - contains species known or suspected to be rare in the state and natural communities native to Wisconsin.

    20. UWSP School Of Education - Student Handbook - Practicum Regulations
    WDPI) and the DPI approved teacher education program at the University of wisconsinStevens Point. experiences at UWSP conform to DPI regulations as stated

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    DPI Practicum Regulations Clinical field experiences, or practica, are regulated by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (WDPI) and the DPI approved teacher education program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Practica at UW-SP are administered by the Office of Field Experiences (OFE), in conjunction with program areas designated as approved for majors or minors leading to certification.
    Clinical field experiences at UWSP conform to DPI regulations as stated in Wisconsin Administrative Code PI 4. 10. Those experiences which precede student teaching must meet the following mandated standards:
    • The Program shall require on-site supervised pre-student teaching clinical experiences which are developmental in scope and sequence and occur in a variety of school settings.
    • The pre-student teaching experiences shall result in students demonstrating knowledge and understanding of Wisconsin Teacher Standards.

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