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  SEDL - Leadership Characteristics that Facilitate School Change
These teacher leaders were isolated because, according to Wasley's report, in each case the faculty lacked a clear understanding of the role of a teacher leader, and the faculty had not participated in the selection of the teacher leader.
One teacher leader proactively conceptualized and organized the position of teacher leader in the district; another tailored the role to better match her knowledge and skills to perform the functions of the teacher leader position.
Leaders of educational change illustrate this with their vision and belief that the purpose of schools is students' learning.
www.sedl.org /change/leadership/character.html   (7582 words)

 1988 - Gurupedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Everett Koop states that the addictive properties of nicotine are similar to those of heroin and cocaine.
French manufacturer Roussel Uclaf states that it would resume distribution of the drug, bowing to pressure from the government of France.
November 15 - Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: An independent State of Palestine is proclaimed by the Palestinian National Council meeting in Algiers, by a vote of 253 to 46.
www.gurupedia.com /1/19/1988.htm   (1096 words)

 Developing A Plan For Reestablishing Local Control in the State-Operated School Districts
In 1988, the state of New Jersey approved, through the legislature and the State Board of Education, the authority for the Department of Education to take over school districts that were failing according to the established monitoring process.
State operation in New Jersey has involved little effort by the state to prepare the boards of education for the task of resuming governance authority and little effort to work with local officials to make changes that are likely to result in long-term educational improvement.
Disputes between the State District Superintendent and the boards of education shall be decided by the Commissioner, or his designee instead of the veto power presently vested in the State District Superintendent.
www.state.nj.us /njded/abbotts/sosd/archive/action.shtml   (1635 words)

To pressure states to stop such support, US law imposes trade and other restrictions on countries determined by the Secretary of State to have repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism by supporting, training, supplying, or providing safehaven to known terrorists.
Iran remains the premier state sponsor of international terrorism and is deeply involved in the planning and execution of terrorist acts both by its own agents and by surrogate groups.
Leaders of Iranian dissident groups are the most frequent victims of Iranian intelligence and terrorist operations.
www.hri.org /docs/USSD-Terror/95/statespon.html   (3412 words)

 Stateline.org Story
The State of the States 2007, Stateline.org’s annual report, is now in production.
State of the States will be mailed in January 2007.
Stateline.org has compiled an extensive list of state issue and state political blogs to make it convenient for you to follow different aspects of state government.
stateline.org /live/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=136&languageId=1&...   (185 words)

 MCSS : Minnesota Cancer Surveillance System
In Process: MCSS is linking lists of workers with MCSS and death certificate data and compare the results of incidence follow-up with the results of mortality follow-up.
In Process: MCSS is linking list of cancer patients diagnosed in 1995 with lists of enrollees in several sets of claims and encounter data.
In Process: A list of 50,000 to 70,000 individuals who worked in the mining industry is being linked with the MCSS' list of individuals who developed mesotheliomas.
www.health.state.mn.us /divs/hpcd/cdee/mcss/backgrnd.html   (3616 words)

 History of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In 1988 there were only five categories of schools: high schools, middle level, elementary, special purpose, and K-12 unit schools.
State Accreditation Committees, which grew from three to four persons plus secretaries over the years, are the vital working agents for the Commission.
In 1988, a total of 18% of the dues revenues were subvented to state committees.
www.boisestate.edu /naas/history.shtml   (1866 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The leaders of the machines and the leaders of the humans send robots back to our time from the future, hoping to eliminate or protect the people necessary to affect the war’s fate.
In this state the three children (now young adults) can foresee murders before they happen—a fortunate side effect of the brain damage they suffered at birth, due to their mothers’ drug addictions.
While the skinheads responsible for her death were masked at the time of the attack, the leader of the gang had a trademark mannerism, which I believe was twirling a cane and singing the song “Singing in the Rain.” Later he sees the young man perform this trick again and identifies him.
www.nv.cc.va.us /home/dashkenas/movielist.doc   (11871 words)

 Current Women Leaders
She is head if state in 15 countries apart from Great Britain and as Head of the Commonwealth she is the front person of the organization of many other former British colonies and territories.
She succeeded upon the abdication of her mother, Queen Juliana, and she closely follows affairs of government and maintains regular contact with ministers, state secretaries, the vice-President of the Council of State, the Queen's Commissioners in the provinces, burgomasters, and Dutch ambassadors etc. She meets the Prime Minister every Monday.
Vice-President and afterwards Leader of l’Avenir ensemble and from 2003 member of the Provincial Council of the Province Sud.
www.guide2womenleaders.com /Current-Women-Leaders.htm   (1586 words)

 Ethics in Ministry Relations - 1996
The 1988 statement, prepared by a special committee for Standing Committee, offers beginning reflections on ministerial ethics and on the effectiveness of the church's current polity and structures for guiding and overseeing clergy in relation to ethical matters.
While no arbitrary rank is held by our leaders, pastors and other ordained leaders are worthy of respect and attentiveness by virtue of the confidence placed in them, resulting in ordination and a call to specific ministries of leadership.
The responsibility of leaders was difficult and demanding, for unfaithful leaders brought danger to all Israel.
www.brethren.org /ac/ac_statements/96EthicsMinistry.html   (8255 words)

 Major California bases spared from closure on Rumsfeld list - North County Times - State / West -
Officials warned that the process is far from over as other states will be lobbying hard to get their installations off the list.
At the time, the state was dealing with a major recession, the collapse of the aerospace industry in Southern California and civil unrest in Los Angeles.
State officials blamed those heavy losses in part on the failure of the state to mount a unified effort at the time.
www.nctimes.com /articles/2005/05/14/news/state/12_47_055_13_05.txt   (1456 words)

 Data 1988
The Arab states' growing disinterest in the Arab-Israel conflict undermined the old argument--never fully accepted by U.S. policymakers even during its heyday--that a settlement along terms acceptable to the Arabs was a necessity to preserve U.S. regional interests and prevent a pro-Soviet Middle East.
Examining the November 1988 PNC Resolution, however, the U.S. government concluded that its conditions had not yet been met since the document did not explicitly recognize Israel's right to exist and was ambiguous on accepting the two UN resolutions and on terrorism.
The United States warned against PLO groups' continuing terrorist acts as--in the State Department's words, "contrary to the peaceful objectives of the dialogue"--while seeking to avoid suspending the dialogue.
meria.idc.ac.il /us-policy/data1988.html   (5936 words)

 Alabama Governor Albert Brewer
During his administration appropriations for public schools received the largest increase in state history and funding from the state to local school systems was equalized.
A constitutional amendment was approved that provided for the election of state Board of Education members and the appointment of the state Superintendent of Education by these board members.
He served on the Executive Committee of the National Governor's Conference, was chairman of the Appalachian Regional Commission, vice -president of the Southern Governor's Conference and chairman of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Authority.
www.archives.state.al.us /govs_list/g_brewer.html   (622 words)

 videolist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Videos are listed with ordering information, appropriate grade level and length of show.
A Wetland is a swamp, marsh or bog.
It is a good representation of the goals and projects funded by GWEB and the commitment of the legislature to improve watershed conditions throughout the state.
www.dfw.state.or.us /ODFWhtml/springfield/videolist_alt.html   (3037 words)

 State Library Publications List
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission produces and distributes more than 300 publications to inform and assist librarians and library users, genealogists, historians, members of state government, records managers, and the general public.
State Library publications are available in paper and microform as noted below.
State Library publications are available in alternate format upon request.
www.tsl.state.tx.us /pubs/tslpublist.html   (1172 words)

Iran again was the most active state sponsor of terrorism in 1993 and was implicated in terrorist attacks in Italy, Turkey, and Pakistan.
In August, the Secretary of State placed Sudan on the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
PKK leader Abdulla Ocalan, who is believed to reside in Syria, made threats against Turkey and foreign tourists and residents of Turkey in press conferences in the Bekaa Valley during the year.
www.hri.org /docs/USSD-Terror/93/statespon.html   (3317 words)

 Hepatitis A Outbreak Strikes Old Believers
Among the estimated 1200 residents, blood samples were collected from a broad cross-section of each village between February 26 and March 8.
This outbreak is similar to the hepatitis A outbreak which occurred in rural Alaska in 1987 and 1988.
Nearly all adult village residents have had hepatitis A in the past and are immune -these individuals cannot transmit infection and do not need immune globulin shots if a household member develops hepatitis A. All cases of hepatitis should be reported to the Section of Epidemiology (561-4406).
www.epi.hss.state.ak.us /bulletins/docs/b1991_07.htm   (454 words)

 Ocean Dumping Ban Act of 1988 | EPA History | US EPA
The President on November 18 signed into law the Ocean Dumping Ban Act of 1988, which prohibits all municipal sewage sludge and industrial waste dumping into the ocean after December 31, 1991.
Cited as the "United States Public Vessel Medical Waste Anti-Dumping Act of 1988", this section prohibits, 6 months after enactment, disposal of potentially infectious medical waste into ocean waters by a "public vessel".
Two narrowly crafted exceptions to this prohibition relating to health and safety of the crew, or times of war or national emergency are set forth.
www.epa.gov /history/topics/mprsa/02.htm   (343 words)

 Bald eagle history: Minnesota DNR
On June 20, 1782, the founding fathers of the United States of America selected the bald eagle as the national bird.
As our state was settled by pioneers, birds of prey were generally considered "varmints" because they competed with people for use of fish and game species.
The bald eagle is listed as a threatened species in Minnesota, but its dramatic increase during the past few years makes biologists look forward to the time these birds will be so common that they will be taken off the threatened species list.
www.dnr.state.mn.us /birds/eagles/history.html   (1128 words)

 List of state leaders in 1988 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Head of State - Heng Samrin, Chairman of the Council of State of Kampuchea (1981-1992)
Lee Hyun-jae, Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea (1988)
Secretary of State - Agostino Cardinal Casaroli, Cardinal Secretary of State (1979-1990)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_state_leaders_in_1988   (3697 words)

 Iowa State University College of Business - Scholarships
In spite of the financial challenges associated with a lower income family, they encouraged their children to pursue a college education and unselfishly made the difficult financial sacrifices that were required.
Without the scholarships that were offered by Iowa State it would have been very difficult for the Ecklund children to meed the financial requirements of a college education.
Their years at Iowa State provided an excellent education and the life skills in other areas including communications, leadership, planning, and organization made possible by Iowa State's excellent opportunities in extra-curricular activities.
www.bus.iastate.edu /Scholarships/list.asp   (4065 words)

 CNN.com - U.S. to restore relations with Libya - May 15, 2006
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The United States is restoring full diplomatic relations with Libya and removing the North African country from its list of state sponsors of terrorism after 27 years, the State Department announced Monday.
The removal from the terrorism list is expected to take place after a 45-day waiting period.
The United States put Libya on its list of state sponsors of terrorism in 1979, and later severed ties with the country.
www.cnn.com /2006/US/05/15/libya/index.html   (754 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Source: National Educational Longitudinal Study 1988, Second (1992) and Third (1994) follow-up: in the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.
Taking remedial courses significantly decreases the likelihood of finishing degree programs; nearly half of students in remedial courses fail to return for their second year.
However, the contents do not necessarily represent the positions or policies of the Office of Vocational and Adult Education or the U.S. Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.
www.ed.gov /about/offices/list/ovae/pi/hs/regional/sdscholars.doc   (973 words)

 New "Blue Book" Published – 1988
Secretary of State Eric Clark announced today the formation of a task force to study and recommend changes in the way Mississippi conducts elections.
The Secretary of State's Select Task Force on Elections Procedures and Technology will focus on election issues such as voting machines, voter roll maintenance, and ballot design (such as punch card ballots).
Task forces similar to the one established by Clark have been formed or proposed in 28 states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
www.sos.state.ms.us /pubs/PressReleases/Articles/1998bluebookpub.asp   (469 words)

This volume is a compilation of the state water pollution control and related legislation; rules, regulations, and guidelines promulgated by the Water Quality Control Commission; judicial decisions; Federal Water Pollution Control Act amendments of 1972; and significant regulations.
This report is structured to present a general picture concerning the introduction and implementation of the minimum flow concept in the state of Colorado.
Colorado's State Engineer requested the workshop to provide for an independent evaluation of current methods and to elicit suggestions about policies and research needed to improve estimates of spillway design floods.
cwrri.colostate.edu /pubs/series/information/islist.htm   (7012 words)

 People For the American Way - Individual Donors
In 1992, Hurtt was one of 53 activists recommended by televangelist Pat Robertson to be a delegate to the Republican National Convention from California.
While in the state Senate, Hurtt has been a chief advocate for so-called parental rights legislation, an initiative being pushed in nearly 30 states and in Congress by the Religious Right.
In California, the bill would weaken the ability of local child protection agencies to act in cases of suspected child abuse and allow individual parents to change the curriculum for entire schools if they object to coverage of such issues as sexuality education, condom availability programs, tolerance for homosexuality, and more.
www.pfaw.org /pfaw/general/default.aspx?oid=2062   (1159 words)

 State Government and Politics
State list of how electors are chosen, whether names appear on the ballot, and whether they are bound by law to vote for candidate receiving popular vote
States are arranged by region, sometimes in an incomprehensive manner
Updates 1990 Census on state and metropolitan area with data on various population and housing characteristics.
www.lib.umich.edu /govdocs/state.html   (3741 words)

 Senator Bennett
Republican, elected to the Arizona State Senate - 1998
Arizona State Board of Education, 1992 - 1999 (President, 1998, 1996)
Lists all of the bills that have been sponsored by this Legislator.
www.azleg.state.az.us /members/kbennett.htm   (73 words)

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