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Pandemic Planning: Resources for Higher Education (Sep 28, 2006)
Institutions of higher education (IHEs) face special challenges in preparing for a potential pandemic -- what to do about residential facilities, study abroad programs, and other issues. IHEs can begin planning and preparing for these challenges now. Resources on this page may be of help.
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Pandemic Planning: Examples of State and Local Plans and Planning Efforts (Sep 14, 2006)
Scientists predict that the world is due for a global outbreak, or pandemic, of influenza. The U.S. Department of Education is collaborating with the health experts and agencies across the federal government to ensure that, in the case of pandemic flu, our operations and the services we provide will continue.
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PreventED signup form (Apr 06, 2006)
Signup form for Ed's Safe and Supportive Schools News listserv.
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Título -- Preguntas que hacen los padres sobre las escuelas -- TOC (Jul 22, 2005)
Spanish version of research-based tips for parents that provide both practical guidance and valuable information about a range of topics, including: preparing your child for school; knowing what to expect from your child's kindergarten teacher; monitoring school work; working with schools and teachers effectively; helping your child with reading and homework; and ensuring that your child's school is safe and drug-free.
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Title Page -- Questions Parents Ask About Schools -- TOC (Jul 22, 2005)
Research-based tips for parents that provide both practical guidance and valuable information about a range of topics, including: preparing your child for school; knowing what to expect from your child's kindergarten teacher; monitoring school work; working with schools and teachers effectively; helping your child with reading and homework; and ensuring that your child's school is safe and drug-free.
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Partnering To Prevent Truancy Conference (Oct 28, 2004)
Joint Justice and Education conference offers attendees practical approaches to reduce truancy in their schools and communities.
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Federal Resources for Correctional Educators (Mar 13, 2003)
The Office of Safe & Drug-Free Schools has compiled this list of web resources and organizations. The Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools aims to reduce drug, alcohol and tobacco use, and violence, through education and prevention activities in our nation's schools.
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Tips for Parents on Keeping Children Drug Free -- TOC (Feb 10, 2003)
Tips for parents on helping to keeping children from using drugs, including tips for preschool, elementary school, middle school children, and tips on how to ensure a school is keeping students drug free.
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Consejos para los padres sobre cómo mantener a los hijos libres de la droga (Feb 10, 2003)
Spanish version of tips for parents on helping to keep children from using drugs, including tips for preschool, elementary school, middle school children, and tips on how to ensure a school is keeping students drug free.
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Health and Safety, Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) (May 17, 2002)
Health and safety resources from the Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) website, which offers hundreds of federally supported education resources from over 45 Federal agencies.
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