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2009 Conference Call Proposal (MS Word) (Feb 11, 2009)
This provides details of an upcoming conference call for topics to be addressed at 2009 OSDFS National Conference.
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2009 Conference Proposal Form (MS Word) (Feb 11, 2009)
This form requests topics to be addressed at 2009 OSDFS National Conference.
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OSDFS Peer Review Checklist for 2009 Grant Competitions (MS WORD) (Jan 29, 2009)
OSDFS is seeking peer reviewers for 2009 upcoming Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools competitions and this form is the checklist for reviewers to complete.
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FY 2007 Application for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Models on College Campuses (MSWORD) (Feb 05, 2007)
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Models on College Campuses (CFDA 84.184N) Application Package
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2005 Awards - Grants for School-Based Student Drug-Testing Program (Ms Word) (Oct 06, 2005)
2005 Awards for the School-Based Student Drug-Testing Program
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Safe Schools/Healthy Students Program (MS Word) (Mar 10, 2005)
Safe Schools Healthy Students Program grant application
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Gun-Free Schools Act Implementation Report for 2001-2002 ( MS Word) (Nov 23, 2004)
This document is a report on the implementation of the Gun-Free Schools Act in the States and outlying areas for School Year 2001-2002
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The Final Report and Findings of the Safe School Initiative: Implications for the Prevention of School Attacks in the United States (MSWORD) (May 31, 2002)
The Safe School Initiative drew from the Secret Service's experience in studying and preventing assassination and other types of targeted violence and the Department of Education's expertise in helping schools facilitate learning through the creation of safe environments for students, faculty, and staff. This document, the Safe School Initiative's final report, details how our two agencies studied school-based attacks and what we found.
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