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Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons from Five Parental Information And Resource Centers -- Flyer (Jun 02, 2008)
This one page flyer provides information about the Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons From Five Parental Information and Resources Centers publication.
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Office of Indian Education - WEBEX PowerPoint presentation for EASIE (PDF) (Apr 07, 2008)
A presentation that outlines the WEBEX PowerPoint presentation used during the online Electronic Application System for Indian Education (EASIE) training sessions is now available for download. (PDF)
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Voluntary Public School Choice (Aug 31, 2007)
This program supports efforts to establish or expand intradistrict, interdistrict, and open enrollment public school choice programs to provide parents, particularly parents whose children attend low-performing public schools, with expanded education options.
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Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons from Five Parental Information And Resource Centers -- TOC (Aug 13, 2007)
The purpose of this guide, "Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons From Five Parental Information and Resources Centers," is to explain "how to" strategies that the Parent Information Resource Centers (PIRCs) use to improve or expand their parental involvement programs in public schools.
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Tips for Helping Students Recovering from Traumatic Events -- TOC (Sep 29, 2005)
The devastation accompanying the recent hurricanes along the Gulf Coast has underscored the crucial role of recovery planning in schools and communities affected by natural disasters. This brochure, which is based on discussions with some three dozen experts who work with students, provides practical information for parents and students who are coping with the aftermath of a natural disaster, as well as teachers, coaches, school administrators and others who are helping those affected.
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Parental Involvement: From the Practitioner's Perspective Webcast (Oct 07, 2004)
The purpose of this series of webcasts is to communicate directly with state educational agency (SEA) and local educational agency (LEA) staff-those who guide and support the work of schools-on issues related to the implementation of NCLB. This production focuses on the Title I, Part A requirements for meaningful parental involvement.
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Introduction by Ray Simon -- Parental Involvement Webcast (Rich Text) (Oct 07, 2004)
The purpose of this series of webcasts is to communicate directly with state educational agency (SEA) and local educational agency (LEA) staff-those who guide and support the work of schools-on issues related to the implementation of NCLB. This production focuses on the Title I, Part A requirements for meaningful parental involvement.
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Closing by Ray Simon -- Parental Involvement Webcast (Rich Text) (Oct 07, 2004)
The purpose of this series of webcasts is to communicate directly with state educational agency (SEA) and local educational agency (LEA) staff-those who guide and support the work of schools-on issues related to the implementation of NCLB. This production focuses on the Title I, Part A requirements for meaningful parental involvement.
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Panel Discussion -- Parental Involvement Webcast (Rich Text) (Oct 07, 2004)
The purpose of this series of webcasts is to communicate directly with state educational agency (SEA) and local educational agency (LEA) staff-those who guide and support the work of schools-on issues related to the implementation of NCLB. This production focuses on the Title I, Part A requirements for meaningful parental involvement.
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Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): 2003 Charter Schools Questions [OERI] (PDF Version) (Dec 26, 2002)
This PDF version Federal Register gives about charter schools. The charter schools in the NAEP sample will complete the NAEP School Questionnaire, through which they will provide information on instructional organization and time, parental involvement, stability of the teaching staff, and characteristics of the student body. The purpose of the NAEP Charter School Questions is to be able to describe the schools in terms of some key features unique to charter schools.
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