ADE Links

 

•  Aanya Rispoli, Secure Care Specialist,

     email: Aanya.Rispoli@azed.gov, phone: (602) 364-4022      

 

•  Jan Shoop, Secure Care Specialist,

     email: Jan.Shoop@azed.gov, phone: (602) 542-3270     

 

 

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ADE Websites

 

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Agency Websites

Organizations

Agencies

 

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ADE Resources

AZMerit: Mary Pat Wood,602-542-5345

School Finance: Barbara Axe,602-542-8248

Special Education Data: Peggy Staples,602-364-4024

Special Education Certification: Maura Yildirim,602-364-0127

ADE Support Center,602-542-7378, 1-866-577-9636

Title I: Jim Lovett,602-364-1926

 

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Merging Two Worlds

Merging Two Worlds Curriculum

Mini-Merging Two Worlds Curriculum

For information regarding variations of the M2W curriculum and training:

 

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Secure Care Education Resources

Secure Care Schools and Contact List

  • Comparison Chart of Facilities
  • Arizona Department of Corrections
  • Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections
  • County Jail Education Programs
  • County Juvenile Detention Education Schools

 

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Funding

 The IDEA Secure Care and IDEA Basic Entitlement Grants

can be accessed through ADEConnect.

FY 15 IDEA Secure Care Grant- Coming Soon! 

FY 16 IDEA Basic Entitlement Grant – Opened October 2014

County Jail and Juvenile Detention Funding

 FY 15 County Claim and Attendance Forms

 

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Special Education Resources

 

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Struggling Adolescent Readers with Anita Archer

Struggling Adolescent Readers with Anita Archer

July 7-9, 2014

Struggling Adolescent Readers Middle school is a critical learning period for students experiencing reading difficulties. It is in grades six through eight that struggling readers may fall seriously behind their peers, jeopardizing their chances for success in high school and beyond. Yet despite the importance of the task of teaching reading, middle school teachers are often forced to use reading curricula that are outdated, impractical, or simply don’t work. During this three‐day conference, Dr. Anita Archer will help participants master the most current research‐validated strategies for increasing fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and decoding skills. Anita Archer serves as an educational consultant to school districts on effective reading and writing instruction, classroom management, and design of effective literacy programs. She is nationally known for her work on instructional procedures and design and is the recipient of eight Outstanding Educator awards. In addition, Dr. Archer has taught at San Diego State University, the University of Washington, and the University of Oregon.

Links:
Download Flyer
Conference Website
Contact: Linda Mosteller
Professional Development Coordinator
Professional Learning and Sustainability
(602) 542‐4469
Linda.Mosteller@azed.gov

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