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  1. Lincolnshire, Illinois: Lincolnshire, Illinois, Stevenson High School (Lincolnshire, Illinois), Hewitt Associates, General Binding Corporation
  2. Illinois Law: Governing Real Estate Licenses, the Real Estate License Act of 2000, General Rules and School Rules by The Illinois Association of Realtors, 1999
  3. Toward a general theory of circulation (Occasional papers - University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science) by Robert L Burr, 1977
  4. Illinois School Law Survey by Brian A. Braun, David L. Franklin, 1992-05
  5. The school law of Illinois as amended by the Forty-seventh General Assembly by statutes Illinois. Laws, 2010-06-25
  6. The School Law of Illinois, Enacted by the Forty-Sixth General Assembly by Illinois, 2010-03-09
  7. The School Law of Illinois, Enacted by the Forty-Sixth General Assembly by Statutes Illinois Laws, 2010-03
  8. Illinois School Journal: A Monthly Magazine for Teachers and School Officers, Volume 5 by Anonymous, 2010-03-08
  9. The Illinois School Law, 1889-1901. by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  10. Illinois School Journal: A Monthly Magazine for Teachers and School Officers, Volume 4 by Anonymous, 2010-03-10
  11. A Digest of the Laws of Illinois, Relating to Common Schools and School Lands; by Illinois, 2009-08-19
  12. Syllabus Of Domestic Science: For The High Schools Of Illinois (1908) by Illinois University, 2010-05-23
  13. Proceedings of the ... Illinois State Sunday School Convention
  14. The School Law Of Illinois: As Amended By The Forty-Eighth General Assembly (1914) by Francis G. Blair, 2010-05-23

1. Illinois General Interest Education | Schools In Illinois
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2. Governor Recommends More Than $400 Million For Illinois Schools
Governor recommends more than $400 million for Illinois schools. General Assembly will decide what programs are funded\/news/2004/feb18-04-2.htm
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February 18, 2004
Governor recommends more than $400 million for Illinois schools
General Assembly will decide what programs are funded Schiller said that the State Board will do an analysis of the budget recommendation and pledged to work with the General Assembly in the coming months as it identifies how the $400 million will be allocated. Illinois State Board of Education
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Springfield, IL 62777

3. Benedictine University Cheerleading
Lisle, Illinois, school provides a summary of the team s history, role and coach contact information.

4. Lake Zurich Family Martial Arts - Martial Arts Classes For People Of All Ages In
Teaches Tae Kwon Do and Tai Chi in northern Illinois. School information.


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LZFMA Mission Statement
We hope to provide for our students, both children and adults, challenging and stimulating well-rounded martial arts training that increases self-esteem, confidence, physical fitness, self-awareness, and the ability to defend oneself from others. The form of martial art taught by Lake Zurich Family Martial Arts benefits students through four primary ways: physical fitness, Tae Kwon Do basics, forms, and self-defense.
  • Through the various martial arts exercises and drills, physical fitness is stressed and developed in many ways. Cardiovascular fitness is developed through high-intensity aerobic exercises, muscular strength is promoted through exercises such as push-ups, crunches, and martial arts techniques such as punches and kicks, and overall endurance is improved through strenuous 45 to 90 minute classes. The basic punching and kicking techniques of Tae Kwon Do encourage basic body awareness, coordination, balance, and eye-hand and eye-foot coordination. Through the learning and practice of empty-hand forms (sequences of techniques learned for each rank), the student learns discipline, self-control, body awareness, and memory.

5. Welcome To INTC | Illinois New Teacher Collaborative
Resources and programs for new K-12 teachers to promote collaboration among all stakeholders concerned with recruiting and retaining quality teachers for Illinois schools.
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Illinois New Teacher Collaborative
Welcome to INTC
The Illinois New Teacher Collaborative (INTC) is at the forefront of providing statewide leadership for promoting new teacher induction and mentoring programs and supplying resources for those who support new teachers. Recognizing the need for a central source to consolidate and coordinate induction and mentoring efforts, INTC was created in 2004 by a diverse statewide group of educational stakeholders. Information and resources pertaining to attracting and retaining new teachers and enhancing their teaching are now available to schools and communities through the central source provided by INTC. INTC Online offers resources for preservice teachers, new teaching professionals, teacher mentors, K-12 school administrators, service providers, and higher education professionals. Any Illinois educator is welcome to join INTC. To find out more, or to become a member, contact INTC by e-mail

6. Pioneer Sholes School
History and picture gallery of this circa 1872 Illinois school which has been relocated and renovated and now serves as a museum.
Welcome to Pioneer Sholes School Information for Teachers Information for Visitors Sholes School is a typical one-room country school used today as a living museum for students and their teachers. A full curriculum, circa 1900, is available for classes who wish to reenact a day at Pioneer Sholes School. Sholes School is currently located at the LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve on Dean Street in St. Charles Township, Illinois. The school building originally stood on the David Sholes farm in Burlington Township on Burlington Road near Plato Road. According to an old map of Kane County, the first school at that site was built before 1860. The current Sholes School building dates back to at least 1872, as a picture from the Elgin Historical Society shows, but it may be older. Later on, the Sholes land was sold to Louis Schairer. Schairer was very active in school affairs in the early 1900’s. With the school being near to the Schairer residence, teachers sometimes boarded there and occasionally students and teachers warmed themselves in the house on cold days when the heating system in the school failed. At the time, the school was sometimes called the Schairer school. Sholes School was closed in 1946-47 when Kane County started a school consolidation program. In all, the County closed approximately 135 small schools and sent the students to the larger town schools. Many of the old school buildings were converted to other usesfrom chicken coops to personal residences.

7. SoA@UIC/ The School Of Architecture At University Of Illinois Chicago
Information about the school s history, philosophy, courses, faculty and people, scholarships, lecture series, libraries and galleries.
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8. School Of Architecture, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
The school explains its programs and courses and gives information on the school, its staff, faculty and events.
Skip Navigation University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
College of Fine and Applied Arts

117 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall
611 Lorado Taft Drive, MC-621
Champaign, Illinois 61820
phone: (217) 333-1330
fax: (217) 244-2900

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A residential/day school for students who are blind and visually impaired. The school is located on an 18-acre campus in Jacksonville.
Illinois School for the Visually Impaired
658 East State Street • Jacksonville, Illinois 62650-2130
Toll Free: 800-919-5617 • Voice: 217-479-4400 • TTY: 217-479-4415 • Fax: 217-479-4479
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10. | Illinois School For The Deaf
Located in Jacksonville, the institution serves kindergarten through grade 12. Features news, calendar, events, contacts, and information on special programs.
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Pat Quinn, Governor
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Grace Hong Duffin, Acting Secretary
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11/09/10 JH 11/09/10 HS ... 11/12/10 JH Career Tech News Contact Information Telephone V/TTY (217) 479-4200 FAX (217) 479-4209 Postal address Illinois School for the Deaf 125 Webster Avenue Jacksonville, Illinois 62650 Electronic Mail General Information: Superintendent: Webmaster: welcome to the isd web site Inside Look at Illinois School for the Deaf OUR VISION (Click here to show/hide) The vision of the Illinois School for the Deaf is to educate students to become responsible, self supporting citizens. Our schools will be safe learning communities that encourage students to attain their highest potential in reading, writing, and mathematics. We will empower our students to explore the technological trends and the employment opportunities of the future. We will achieve this through:
  • Providing a safe, healthy, and respectful learning, living, and work environment.

11. Illinois School Library Media Association
Provides leadership and support for the development, promotion, and improvement of school library media programs and the school library media profession within the state. Includes information on programs and services, grants, awards, conferences, and membership.
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St. Charles, IL Conference Handouts Common Core Standards The Illinois State Board of Education approved the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics at their June board meeting. It is important that school librarians become informed about these standards.  The state board has made a commitment to the concept and thus it is important for all to be involved and gives librarians the opportunity to take a leadership role. Read more ISLMA/LBSS Endowment Fund The ISLMA/LBSS Endowment Fund Board is excited to announce that 190 Illinois schools and libraries received the third annual Readers' Choice book grants.  50 sets each of Monarch, Blue Stem, and Caudill were awarded; 40 sets of the Lincoln were awarded.   A complete listing
of grant recipients is posted on the ISLMA/LBSS Endowment Fund web site

12. Wabash Community School District 348
Illinois school district links to district information, school calendar, area schools, and educational resources.

13. McLean County Unit District No. 5 Schools
Illinois school district offers information on elementary, middle and high schools served, for parents, teachers, staff, and students.
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14. Welcome To School District 45, DuPage County
Illinois school district links to school board information, calendars, curriculum, news and events, and area schools.
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    School District 45, DuPage County
    Superintendent: Dr. Janice M. Rosales
    255 West Vermont St.
    Villa Park IL 60181 Phone: 630-516-7700
    Fax: 630-530-1624 Our new web site is a work in progress. We are trying to get as much information in as quickly as possible. If you do not find what you are looking for, please refer to our old website at
    Links to external sites are provided as a service to the users of this site.
    School District 45 is not responsible for the content of any external sites, and the inclusion of a link to any site does not constitute an endorsement by the District for that site.
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15. Meridian Community School District #15
Illinois school district serving Macon, Blue Mound, Decatur, Boody, and Elwin. Information on elementary to high school, parents pages, and administration contacts.

16. Dixon Public School District 170
Illinois school district links to area schools, calendars, job opportunities, and alumni information.

17. DeKalb CUSD428 Information Portal
Illinois school district links to area schools, school calendar, school board and district information, lunch menus, and family access to student records.
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2010 District 428 Annual Report This twelve page digest chronicles many of the academic, athletic, and financial news of the school district during the past year. DeKalb School District 428 is actively engaged with many community organizations and entitites as partners to transform curriculum delivery and increase student achievement. Northern Illinois University
has an intergovernmental agreement with the district covering several distinct and unique professional development schools and partnerships. Click here to learn more. Joint partnership statement on grade level reconfiguration Press release Press release - DHS Tutoring
Upcoming Events
11/15/2010 12:00 AM Barb Booster Winter Sports Introduction Night
5:30pm Clothing sales and Food serving begins 6:00pm Mandatory Sports Parent Meeting 6:45pm Team Introductions 7:30pm Individual Sport Parent Meetings 11/15/2010 2:00 PM HMS PTA Gift Card/Script Orders Due
11/15/2010 2:35 PM HMS Intramurals Bowling
4-Seasons 11/15/2010 3:00 PM DHS Senior Photos
11/15/2010 4:00 PM CRMS Boys BB vs Huntley
11/15/2010 6:00 PM Mandatory Winter Sports Parent Meeting
Parents of athletes must attend one Mandatory Sports Parent Meeting per school year. If parent attended a fall meeting the requirement has been fulfilled.

18. Evanston/Skokie Community Consolidated School District 65
Illinois school district links to district and school board information, area schools, a school calendar, and a policy handbook.

19. Woodstock School District 200
Illinois school district links to the school board, calendar, services, community, and area schools.

20. Emmons School District 33
Illinois school district links to school curriculum and handbook, a school calendar, lunch menu, and a staff list.

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