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|Arkansas school administrators and vocational teachers depend on the Arkansas Department of Career Education for regulatory guidelines and support. The department is responsible for supervision and support for the vocational programs offered in Arkansas schools. The department website offers a wealth of valuable information on these workforce programs. Are you looking for the standards for workforce programs? How about curriculum frameworks and program specifics? The web site has this information and much more. The site also offers information on funding, grant oppotunities, and competency testing programs.|
|This official website of the Arkansas Department of Education features state programs for reading and math achievement and provides a directory of programs with contacts for administrators, parents, teachers. There is also information about rules and regulations for the state of Arkansas. A must link for anyone in education in Arkansas.|
|The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) is a prominent professional association committed to forging covenants in teaching and learning for the success of all learners. ASCD provides professional development, a major annual conference, a wide range of practitioner-oriented publications, and other services for educators.|
|CSBA is an advocacy organization with school board members from nearly 1,000 school districts and county offices of education statewide.|
|The Education Technology Office web site addresses major areas in technology of interest to California educators. The site includes links to state and federal programs as well as reference documents and resources.|
|In this Radio TICAL episode, TICAL cadre members Bob Blackney and Kelly Calhoun share their perspectives on the kinds of things we need to consider in crafting campus cell phone policies.|
|The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) is a national network of hundreds of schools and 12 regional support centers. It has evolved from a centrally-run organization to a decentralized network of regional centers that provide technical assistance and personalized support to schools. CES National supports the work of regional centers which coach schools through systematic change at the school site. This organizational structure allows CES to maintain both a national vision and a strong commitment to local implementation.|
|Computer-Using Educators, Inc. is a non-profit California corporation founded in 1978. It's goal is to promote and develop instructional uses of technology in all disciplines and at all educational levels from preschool through college. If you live in California and can only attend one conference a year, you can't beat CUE's annual conference in Palm Springs.|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|Michael Simkins presented this session on Education 3.0 at the TICAL 2011 conference in Little Rock, AR and again, in a "new and improved" version at ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia. Included was a guided tour through concepts about the future of learning as well as some current examples such as Khan Academy and the School of One. This link will take you to the slides as well as all the programs and people Michael referenced.|