Area: STATE:equitable resources development and distribution
Area » STATE:equitable resources development and distribution
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- 1/26/10 - National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality,
"Modeled on a subway map—is a new tool designed to guide conversations between regional comprehensive center (RCC) and state education agency (SEA) staff on the strategic use of ARRA funds to improve teacher effectiveness and equitable distribution."
- 1/23/09 - New York State Office of Mental Health,
"The Office of Mental Health presents this Plan to showcase an understanding that family engagement, support and youth voice play essential roles in developing the emotional well-being of children. The federal Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) principles were also embraced to ensure that every aspect of this Plan is built from a foundation of strengthening and supporting families. In recognition of this commitment, the symbol chosen to represent the New York State...
- 1/23/09 - Michael Planty, William Hussar, Thomas Snyder, Grace Kena, Angelina KewalRamani, Jana Kemp, Kevin Bianco, Rachel Dinkes, Katie Ferguson, Andrea Livingston, Thomas Nachazel
To ensure reliable, accurate, and timely data, which are necessary to monitor the progress of education in the United States, Congress has mandated that the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) produce an annual report, The Condition of Education. This year’s report presents 46 indicators of important developments and trends in U.S. education. These indicators focus on participation and persistence in education, student performance and other measures of achievement, the...
- 1/5/09 - Nora Kropp, Jonathan Kotch, Shelly Harris
The rationale for Smart Start health improvement activities in North Carolina is that preventive and primary health care services such as immunizations, well child visits and health screenings may improve children's health and physical abilities, enhance access to a nutritious diet, and improve a family's use of preventive and curative health care. Because the primary goal of Smart Start is to ensure that all young children enter school healthy and prepared to succeed, local Smart Start...
- 1/5/09 - W. Steven Barnett , Dale J. Epstein , Allison H. Friedman, Judi Stevenson Boyd, Jason T. Hustedt
The 2008 State Preschool Yearbook is the sixth in a series of annual reports profiling state-funded prekindergarten programs in the United States. This latest Yearbook presents data on state-funded prekindergarten during the 2007-2008 school year. The first report in this series focused on programs for the 2001-2002 school year and established a baseline against which we may now measure progress over seven years. Tracking these trends is essential, since changes in states' policies on...
- 1/3/09 - Mackey Andrews, S., Taylor, A.
The focus of this paper is the broad category of family cost participation (FCP), providing a general overview of what is permissible under current federal regulations under a “state system of payments” and how FCP can be structured within this requirement, including a discussion of public policy implications.
- 1/19/09 - Sheldon Horowitz, Laura Kaloi, Susan Petroff
"Five major policy recommendations are made in this paper that, if implemented, would have a significantly positive impact upon transition to kindergarten and subsequent school success for struggling young learners, especially those with learning disabilities."