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  1. A Parent's Resource Guide to Collge: With a Special Section on Georgia Tech by Bill Osher, Karen Kellogg, 2001-07
  2. Remarks as prepared for delivery by U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley Early Childhood Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, September 11, 1998 (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:424940) by Richard W. Riley, 1998
  3. The links of family processes with children's academic and psychosocial competence in rural single-parent African American families (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:405570) by Gene H. Brody, 1997
  4. Parent participation in full-year Headstart programs, by Monika Schaaf, 1969

1. Education World® : Parents Community
involved in their students education also requires a variety of on the Way? georgia is on the right track with parent Soup. parenting resources about children from prenatal to

Parents Community

At School:

Afterschool Care

Choosing A School/District

At Home:
Home Activities


Home-to-School Connection

At Issue:
Kids "At-Risk"
Kid's Health Kids With Special Needs School Issues ... Home Parents Community What I’ve Learned About Cultivating Parent Involvement Educator Max Fischer has found that successful teaching often hinges on employing a wide variety of instructional methods to meet student needs. In this Voice of Experience essay, Fischer reflects on how getting parents involved in their students’ education also requires a variety of approaches. Should Schools Parent Our Kids? Should the community expect teachers and administrators to deal with problems or potential problems that do not directly affect students during the school day? Should parents want schools to take on the role of raising their kids? New Paperback Spotlights Students' Best Writing! The teachers of Greenwood School created Greenthumb Publishing Company to grow better writers. This year, Greenthumb Publishing has sprouted "TWIGS" (short for The Writers Inside Greenwood School)

2. LHS Parent Portal, Recommended Family Education Resources
Home education parent resources. Web Sites (1117 of 17) Featured Map. Savannah georgia - Grade K-12+ The city of Savannah georgia.
LHS Home Parent Portal Getting Involved at School
Recommended Family Education Resources
FAMILY MATH one of the EQUALS programs out of the Lawrence Hall of Science, is designed to promote math equity and access to all students, regardless of race, gender, or class. The goal of the program is to promote parents as effective partners in helping their children succeed in mathematics. It focuses entirely on diverse families learning mathematics together, using inexpensive materials and hands-on, problem-solving activities. Children and adults come together once a week for several weeks, doing most activities in small groups with two or three families working together. Best of all, they put into practice at home the ideas they've developed in class. FAMILY MATH activities illustrate concepts that reinforce the school math curriculum and demonstrate the importance of mathematics to future work and education.
FAMILY MATH transforms student attitudes toward mathematics, gives parents a sense of confidence, re-energizes teachers, and builds community. For more information on setting up or participating in a program, or to obtain FAMILY MATH publications, please communicate with:

3. Parent Resources
parent resources. School Child Care Bureau Child Care Census Info Child Care PartnershipProject The georgia Childhood Care education Training Calendar
Community Services Focus Areas
Member Agencies

Community Resource Center

United Way 2-1-1
United Way of Central Georgia, Inc.
277 MLK, Jr. Blvd. W.
Suite 301
Macon, GA 31201
Phone: 478.745.4732
Fax: 478.741.1731
Parent Resources
Upcoming Events
Accomplishments ... Early Childhood Initiatives
Parent Resources These links are provided as a service to the community. Opinions expressed through these websites do not necessarily represent those of United Way of Central Georgia as an organization. Advocacy Action Alliance for Children Child Welfare League of America Children Now Connect For Kids ... Child Abuse Child Abuse Prevention Network Children's Institute International Children's Trust Fund Child Care After School Child Care Bureau Child Care Census Info Child Care Partnership Project ... Working Mother Children's Initiatives Child Development Institute Children's Defense Fund Community Schools for Excellence Early Childhood Summit - Speakers Presentations ... The Future of Children Family Support

4. Success By 6
By 6 in Central georgia has managed to These resources have provided resource materials,educational assistance, planning grants and parent education in Baldwin
Community Services Focus Areas
Member Agencies

Community Resource Center

United Way 2-1-1
United Way of Central Georgia, Inc.
277 MLK, Jr. Blvd. W.
Suite 301
Macon, GA 31201
Phone: 478.745.4732
Fax: 478.741.1731
Parent Resources
Upcoming Events
Accomplishments ... Early Childhood Initiatives
VISION STATEMENT MISSION STATEMENT Goals and Strategies GOAL 1: Increase public awareness of children and family issues. Strategies: Implement a broad-based marketing and education plan. Educate and advocate for the interests of young children. GOAL 2: Increase access to services for young children and their families. Strategy: Coordinate existing service systems to create linkages between services. GOAL 3: Improve the quality of and opportunities for quality child care and early education programs. Strategy: Adopt and promote benchmarks for "quality" early childhood programs.

5. GLRS Home
Search by state for nonprofit special education resources. Find family centers, parent coalitions, counselors, medical facilities, and support groups. Internet Special education resources. Special education Learning Disabilities resources A Nationwide georgia National parent to parent Support Information System
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6. Links: Education Resources
Directory of Organizations in educational Management; georgia Association ofEducators; Scholarly Societies Project education; UNESCO. parent resources.
Education Resources
Index to this page: Journal Indexes Administration Assessment Childrens Literature ... Web Guides
Library Instruction
Children's Literature

7. College Parent Singles Georgia - Matchmaker.comLooking To Meet Your College Swee
Home education parent resources Organizations. Web Sites (110 of 13) georgia PTA - Share the Dream! - parent/family involvement + high standards + community support = student

for eligible children when no other resources are available. The georgia Departmentof education has a web b. georgia PINES (georgia parent Infant Network for
GEORGIA RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS l. Educational Services Educational services for children with disabilities are provided under IDEA (Individual with Disabilities Act). IDEA is a federal law which requires that a free and appropriate public education be available to children and youth with disabilities in mandated age ranges. This includes special education and related services. a IFSP Funds are available to cover mandated services for eligible children when no other resources are available. At age three, eligible children are transitioned to other public and private programs to insure ongoing provision of needed services. Local offices are assigned by county or health district. Referrals are accepted from parents, hospital nurseries, pediatricians or other medical personnel, child development centers, etc.
b. Special Needs Preschool. Part B of IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Act) provides for testing, placement in the least restrictive environment and an individualized education program IEP through the local public school system for children with disabilities ages 3 to 5 years. Contact is made through the "director of special needs preschool" or "preschool coordinator" of the local school system. Local phone numbers can be found in the blue pages under "education" or "school system" of the county in which the child lives. Note: It is frequently around age 2 1/2 to 3 years of age that concerns become pronounced and parents and primary health care providers are able to identify problems in development, speech or attention. Parents should not hesitate to contact the local schools to express concerns and request an assessment to determine eligibility for public school services.

9. Resources, Lekotek Of Georgia
Electronic version of Exceptional parent magazine) Family adaptive recreational activities,education, worship, health FOCUS of georgia Families of Children
Resources AAC
(Augmentative and alternative communication intervention products and presentations) AbilityHub
(Assistive Technology for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible; adaptive equipment and alternative methods available for accessing computers) Alliance for Technology Access: Assistive Technology Vendor Listing
(Comprehensive listing of developers and distributors of assistive technology devices and software) Apple: People with Special Needs
online database of hardware/software solutions
and links to other special needs resources ARC: Association for Retarded Citizens
(Voluntary organization committed to the welfare of all children and adults with mental retardation and their families)
(On-line community and web resource center for children with chronic or life threatening illnesses and their parents; directory of healthcare providers and support groups, recent medical information, message boards) CHADD: Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(National non-profit organization that works to improve the lives of children and adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder through education, advocacy and support)

10. Resources For Special Education
parent to parent of georgia provides support and or special health care need whoreside in georgia. SERI Special education resources on the Internet is a The IDEA Regulations have finally been approved click on any of these sites to download copies. Georgia CEC Georgia Federation Council for Exceptional Children CEC Council for Exceptional Children NICHCY National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities sample lessons and materials for meeting student needs in the inclusive classrooms Parent to Parent of Georgia ...provides support and information to parents who have a child with a disability or special health care need who reside in Georgia. Information on resources is also available for people of all ages who experience a developmental disability. SERI Special Education Resources on the Internet is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education. This collection exists in order to make on-line Special Education resources more easily and readily available in one location. IDEA 97 ...To view a copy of the IDEA Amendments of 97. C ure A utism ... ow ...Users can now get updates on research studies, grant proposals and hyperlink to autism related sites.

11. The Georgia Learning Resources System
The georgia Learning resources System (GLRS) is a statewide parent and teacher trainingworkshops and classes. parents Rights Handbook for Special education.
The Georgia Learning Resources System (GLRS) is a statewide network of 17 resource centers offering free services to parents and educators of students with disabilities.
What is the mission of GLRS?
The mission of GLRS is to provide human and material resources for direction and support to educators and parents of students with disabilities. What types of resources are available through GLRS?
  • A loan library of specialized instructional materials, software, and equipment. Parent and teacher training workshops and classes. Materials production area for users to make "hands-on" instructional materials is available at most centers. Referral and information about services for students with disabilities. Child Find program to identify children with disabilities and help find appropriate programs for them.
Parents Rights Handbook for Special Education Parents Rights and Due Process Forms now available in foreign languages MID Programming Guide Send comments regarding this page Hot News!

12. Education
National parent Information Network (NPIN) Sponsored by ERIC, the Connections Thissite from the georgia Department of education offers resources
Georgia Resources
... Distance Education
Return to Internet Resources
ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center)
full-text digests
or use a Search Wizard to guide you. Four alternate search sites with a comparison of features are available. FREE: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
This site is designed for teachers, students and parents to provide easy access to educational resources produced by hundreds of federal agencies. The site is searchable. Resources are also arranged by topic: arts, educational technology, foreign language, vocational education, etc.
This searchable site provides networking opportunities through interactive features such as live meetings and conferences, "ChatBoards," and discussions in "The Mentor Center." Teacher/Pathfinder
Teacher/Pathfinder provides a multitude of online resources for the K-12 teacher and parent, and includes information on distance education, intellectual property, and useful ideas for the classroom. This site is searchable.
National Parent Information Network (NPIN)

Sponsored by ERIC, the NPIN provides "information to parents and those who work with parents and to foster the exchange of parenting materials. Materials included with full text on NPIN have been reviewed for reliability and usefulness." Resources include links to other relevant sites, discussion lists, and a calendar of events. This site is searchable.

13. Kent State University Parent Resources
Delaware parent education Resource Center http// FloridaDepartment of education http// georgia Resources/ParentResource.htm
This page is under construction. Parent Resources Early Childhood Intervention Program Individualized Family Service Plan Web Individual Education Program Guide ALABAMA
Alabama's Early Intervention System Alabama Department of Education Alabama Special Education Alabama Preschool Handbook ADRS Early Intervention Systems Office Locations ALASKA Alaska Department of Education Alaska Maternal, Child and Family Health (Early Intervention) Alaska Special Education ARIZONA Arizona Community and Family Health Services
Arizona Department of Education Arizona Preschool Unit ARKANSAS Arkansas Department of Human Services (Early Intervention Services)

14. Education
georgia Learning resources System; Office of Special education Programs; Internet parentto parent of georgia; resources on Attention Deficit Disorder.

Griffin Technical College Home Page

Table of Contents Library Resources Curriculum/Lesson Plans Educational Research Early Childhood Education ... School Reform
Library Resources
The following databases are available through GALILEO . Look under the Education and Social Sciences subject headings: ERIC is a product of the U.S. Department of Education. It is the combined electronic database of Current Journals in Education (CJIE) and Resources in Education (RIE). Education Abstracts is an abstracting tool from the Wilson Publishing Company that covers about 700 journals on education and related disciplines. PsycFIRST (a subset of PsycINFO) is an electronic database produced by the American Psychological Association.
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15. — Parents Students
local school systems provide special education and related to the libraries and citizensof georgia. parents' Page Access many parent/student resources like,2141,4802_4995,00.html

16. DCSS: Preschool Special Education Parent Information
Autism Society of America georgia resources, Health Kids OurKids, Parenting NationalParent Information Network Special education Guide, DeKalb

Instructional Services Support Services Preschool Special Education ... GA. DEPT. OF EDUCATION
Family Activities
Ready Set Read For
Sesame Workshop

Kids Domain
Down Syndrome
Association for Children with Down Syndrome

The Down Syndrome WWW Page

National Down Syndrome Society
Speech Language Disorders
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Asperger Syndrome
Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support
Emotionally Disturbed
Internet Resources for Teachers and Parents of Students with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Special Education
Georgia Department of Education Exceptional Students
Attention Deficit Disorders A Journey into Attention Deficit Disorder Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Hearing Impaired The Animated American Sign Language Dictionary Deaf World Web Where Do We Go From Hear? Spina Bifida Children with Spina Bifida Autism Autism Society of America Georgia Resources Health Kids Health at the American Medical Association Technology PEP Childhood Development Child Development Center National Network for Child Care Hydrocephalus Hydrocephalus Association Traumatic Brain Injury Brain Injury Association Developmental Disabilities American Association on Mental Retardation The ARC of the United States Learning Disabilities

17. Georgia State Resources
org Web parent Teacher Association views or policiesof the Department of education, nor does NICHCY State resources georgia
NICHCY State Resources : Georgia
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Georgia State Resources
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State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Honorable Saxby Chambliss (R)
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

18. Cherokee County School District
educational Software Review; http// - linksto all parent/student resources from the georgia Department of education;
Home Board of Education Superintendent Board Meetings ... Principals' Handbook A Parent's Guide to Educational Resources in The Cherokee County School District
Parent Web Resources:
Georgia Learning Connections Galileo Databases Password available from your media specialists. Parent Help Resources

19. Marietta City Schools : Parental Involvement
the establishment of a school council in every georgia public school by Check out* 100 ways to be involved in your child's education. . Other parent resources.
Quick Links Home Contact Us Site Map About Us "The Marietta Difference" Fact Sheet Our Community Marietta Schools Foundation Partners In Education Superintendent's Office School Information A 110 Year Tradition Areas Of Study Instructional Programs Our Schools Parental Involvement Registration Information School Nutrition System-Wide Testing Support Services Transportation/Bus Info Whom Do I Call For What? Career Opportunities Great Teachers Inspire Apply Now Benefits Certification Recruitment Schedule Salary Schedule Substitute Teaching Vacancies News And Events Your Link To MCS Events Calendar Press Information Press Releases Publications Board Of Education General Information Board Members Webmaster
Parental Involvement PTA/PTSA The education of Marietta City Schools' children involves a partnership between parents and the individual schools their children attend. We encourage and expect parents to become involved, through our Parent-Teacher and Parent-Teacher-Student Associations, in the activities of both the school and the PTA/PTSA. Parents provide valuable support as volunteers in the library and for other special programs. They help with field trips and special class activities. Their very successful fund-raising activities ensure that we maintain strong programs and continue to expand our resources. *2002-03 PTA Presidents and meeting schedule.

20. Georgia Center For Adoption Resources And Support - Education(Others & Schools)
ADA) and Individuals with Disabilities education Act (IDEA Road · Suite 145 · Atlanta,georgia 30329 Toll free telephone 1.866.A.parent · Atlanta telephone
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    Easy Homeschooling Techniques
    Lorraine Curry
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    Your guide to the low cost, time saving, high quality method. Written as a technique manual for the beginner and gives step by step instructions.
    First Year of Homeschooling Your Child, The
    Linda Dobson
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    A comprehensive guide for homeschooling your child; how to get started, the best ways to develop an effective curriculum; kid-tested and parent-approved learning activities for all age levels.
    Home Learning Year by Year
    Rebecca Rupp
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    How to design a homeschool curriculum from preschool through high school. Based on the traditional pre-K through 12th-grade structure.
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    Adoption and the School: Resources for Parents and Teachers
    Lansing Wood
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    From tots to teens, school can often be a challenge for the adopted child. Sometimes it's "simply" a matter of educating the educators about adoption, diversity, inclusion, language, and special educational needs. Sometimes you need to go further and tackle deeply held traditional practices and policies. Either way, ADOPTION AND THE SCHOOLS will help you and your child's teachers make school a better place for your adopted child.
    An Educators Guide to Adoption
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    Baby pictures ... Family Trees ... Family Life ... Cultural Heritage. These popular school assignments can be difficult, if not impossible, for adopted children. AN EDUCATOR'S GUIDE TO ADOPTION will help teachers to increase their understanding of families built by adoption. It gives them the tools to deal with possibly awkward situations and provides resources for integrating lessons about family diversity into the standard curriculum. Every family with school-aged adopted children needs a copy of this book to educate the educators.

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