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         Wisconsin Education General:     more books (100)
  1. The military education of Grant as general, (State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Separate) by Arthur Latham Conger, 1921
  2. The Education of a WASP (Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography) by Lois M. Stalvey, 1989-02-15
  3. Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 8
  4. Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 1
  5. Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 7
  6. Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 5
  7. General Catalogue of the Officers and Graduates of the University of Wisconsin, 1849-1907
  8. List of books for high school libraries of the state of Wisconsin... compiled, classified, and annotated by the librarian, Anne H. McNeil..
  9. Texts Of Desire: Essays Of Fiction, Femininity And Schooling (Critical Perspectives on Literacy and Education) (Volume 0)
  10. Education in Wisconsin: A Two-Year Analysis of Educational Problems and Progress in the State of Wisconsin, Volumes 55-57 by Anonymous, 2010-04-03
  11. Historical sketch of education in Wisconsin by William Clarke Whitford, 2010-06-25
  12. A History Of Education In Antiquity (Wisconsin Studies in Classics) by H.I. Marrou, 1982-04-15
  13. Voices and Votes: How Democracy Works in Wisconsin (New Badger History) by Jonathan Kasparek, 2006-01-03
  14. Research In Multicultural Education: From The Margins To The Mainstream (Wisconsin Series of Teacher Education) by Carl A. Grant, 1992-04-01

1. Educational Communications Board - Home Page
Provides a statewide telecommunications system and assistance in the diffusion of advanced technologies in support of education. Programs, classroom resources, technology services.
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Links about history, geography,  culture
and more, especially for 4th grade
Wisconsin studies. Surf Report is our monthly annotated list of great websites for teaching and learning. Check out our video surf reports
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2. Southeastern Wisconsin's College Guide - University And College Search
A group of colleges and universities in southeastern Wisconsin that promotes and provides higher and continuing education opportunities for adults. Organization profile, directory of members, events, news.

3. CESA 2 Early Childhood
Information and links dealing with early childhood education issues. Sponsored by CESA 2.
CESA #2 Home
Last updated Nov. 15, 2010
A Window to the World: Promoting Early Language and Literacy Development
is a free, online, 5-minute video from The Zero To Three Policy Center . This enjoyable video makes clear the opportunities to maximize young children’s development that are available in everyday interactions as well as economic policy. CESA #2 Early Childhood Site Search
Match All Any term in Search Index: Early Childhood Keywords: Early Childhood Contact CESA #2's Early Childhood at Search The Early Childhood Search Engine is extremely useful for finding all of what is available at the Early Childhood Website. It will help you to find subjects covered in the extensive Links Section. Overview Support Services. Supporting Children from Birth to 8 years old. Links An extensive listing of Early Childhood Links broken down into relevant categories. Calendar Early Childhood's Calendar of upcoming events that may be of interest.

4. Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers
Conference information, grants and awards, membership details, and committees.
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5. AWSA - Association Of Wisconsin School Administrators
Provides organizational information, descriptions of activities and services, and membership details.
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2009-10 Wisconsin PBIS Report is Released
The data is clear that more and more Wisconsin schools are engaging in positive intervention behavior systems to increase instructional time and decrease behaviors that interfere with teaching and learning. Consider the data as you review to gauge where your school or district is captured. AWSA thanks all who took the time to complete the information needed by Wisconsin PBIS to complete this report. Continue to share the strategies you are employing that are making a difference for the kids you serve. We are excited to showcase the positive within our Wisconsin schools! Read the report
Teacher effectiveness issues come to the forefront in Wisconsin
Efforts to improve teacher effectiveness and ensure that teachers are accountable for student learning are under way across the country. In Wisconsin, education officials and teachers unions have been slow to get on board with national reforms but say they are ready to make significant changes to improve outcomes for students. "If we don't get this done through collaboration, there is a strong possibility we will get something shallow, superficial and politically motivated imposed on us," the state's education chief said.

6. Wisconsin Association Of School District Administrators
Includes organizational details, events, and member information and services.
Wisconsin Education News WASDA Business Partner Video Library Wisconsin School Leadership Center
SLATE School Leaders Advancing Technology in Education December 7-9, 2010
Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells
For school and district leadership teams comprised of beginners to experts $199 - First Team Member
$149 - Additional Team Members
Sponsored by:
WASDA Awards
Each spring WASDA recognizes deserving educators at the WASDA Annual Educational Conference. Complete information on these awards and how to nominate someone for these awards can be found using the links below:
WASDA Outstanding Educator Award WASDA Distinguished Service Award WASDA Award of Special Recognition for Service to Wisconsin
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2010-11 Executive Coaching Program - Phase II
Save the Date for the 2011 Wisconsin RtI Summit
March 9-10, 2011

7. Wisconsin Association For Middle Level Education, Inc.
Includes news and events, message board, resource directory, publications, and conference details.

8. Arcade Drivers School Of Southeastern Wisconsin
Teaching people how to drive. Multiple locations in southeastern Wisconsin. Program details, enrollment information, online forms.

9. Wisconsin's Technical Colleges
Information for students, parents, counselors and employers.

10. WI Ed Recruitment Fair
The purpose of this fair is to arrange interviews between school district personnel and certified teachers in Wisconsin and surrounding states.
WHAT: W isconsin E ducational R ecruitment F air provides an opportunity for certified teachers and support services staff primarily from the 32 supporting education colleges and universities in Wisconsin to meet with school districts from throughout the U.S. WHEN: x Thursday, April 14, 2011
x x
1 John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI 53703 (directions)
Info for Job Seekers
WERF is open to ALL certified teacher and support services candidates

NOTE: On-Line registration ends Friday, April 8 - on-site payment is $20 EMPLOYERS
WERF welcomes school district representatives from throughout the U.S. COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY
Info for sponsoring College Staff
FOR QUESTIONS related to WERF, please contact EPCS ) at UW-Madison xxxxx Event Sponsors WASPA EPCS

11. Wisconsin Education Association Council
State affiliate of the NEA, the Wisconsin Education Association Council represents the public policy, labor and professional interests of its 92,000 members. WEAC is a strong voice for its members and for the 800,000 children in Wisconsin public schools. News, information and links of interest to Wisconsin s educators can be found here. Online home of the Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC), which represents the public policy, labor and professional interests of 86,500 education professionals in Wisconsin.

12. Wisconsin Department Of Public Instruction Home Page
Offers news, statistics and reports, employment information, grants, staff directory, and contact details.
Home News Visitor Data Topics Tony Evers, PhD
State Superintendent DPI Menu State Superintendent's Initiatives
Evers presents 'Fair Funding for Our Future' plan
Holds the line on property taxes
"We can protect students and enact school finance reform, while holding the line on property taxes even in difficult economic times," said State Superintendent Tony Evers in announcing the "Fair Funding for Our Future" plan to reform how Wisconsin funds its public schools. The "Fair Funding for Our Future" plan
  • fixes the school funding formula,
  • holds the line on property taxes,
  • guarantees state funding for every student,
  • strengthens rural schools and schools with declining enrollments,
  • accounts for family income and poverty,
  • ends the school funding shell game, and
  • provides predictable growth in state aid.
"No matter where you live or work in our state, if we are to build and sustain Wisconsin's economic future, we must do better for our public schools," Evers said. "Our current school finance system is broken. We can do better. We must do better. We must take a first step." Celebrate American Education Week November 14-20, 2010

13. CESA 1
Provides educational services and support to 44 school districts in southeastern Wisconsin.

14. University Of Wisconsin-Extension
University of Wisconsin s online catalog of educational programs designed to meet the professional development needs of government officials and managers.
University of Wisconsin - Extension
Site Staff All UW-Extension sites

15. Wisconsin School Music Association
Services for school music programs, contests, festivals, lists of music literature, opportunities for student musicians.
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16. ::Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association: Home::
Conducts tournament programs, registers officials and distributes sportsmanship rules. Directory of schools, rules, charter, calendar of events and Association policies.

17. Wisconsin Association Of School Business Officials
Primary purpose is to provide training and professional development activities to professionals who work in the non-instructional side of educational institutions. Includes membership information, news and events, and contact details.
Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities:
Midwest Facility Masters Conference
- Wisconsin Dells (Nov 11-12) 6th Annual School Personnel Academy - Madison (Dec 1-2)
Co-Sponsored by WASBO and WASPA , this year's conference is focused on a Team Approach to Bargaining - Can Your District Be More Effective?
DPI's School Funding Reform Announcement
Fair Funding For Our Future
Renew your WASBO dues online today
With so many reasons to remain an active WASBO member, why not renew your membership on-line right now? It's quick and easy and offers the convenience of credit card, check or purchase order payment. WASBO Vision
The Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials shall be the most influential organization on significant Wisconsin school business management issues..
WASBO Mission
The mission of the Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials is to provide professional growth opportunities for its members, provide a network of support for its members, to work for adequate funding, and to advocate for educational opportunities for the children in the State of Wisconsin. WASBO Quick Links
Member Portal Login (Update Profile or Renew Your Dues)
Peer-to-Peer Communication Forum Current Legislative Activity
Electronic Resource Center
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18. Wisconsin Association Of School Councils Inc.
Organization of Wisconsin public, private and parochial middle, junior and senior high schools and/or student government groups. Event and conference details, program information, and a message board.

19. Home
Free college planning resource for students and their families. Includes online applications to select schools, financial aid information, and other resources.

20. Welcome To WSRA!
Provides leadership in addressing issues and trends in reading, language arts and literacy. Includes membership information, publications, and calendar of events.
Home Welcome to WSRA! Convention, Author Festival, and registration information will be found by clicking on Convention in the top menu. Enjoy your day! Pat WSRA Website Editor Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 November 2010 17:31 The primary mission of the Wisconsin State Reading Association is to promote excellence in reading.
WSRA Goals
  • Communication
    Provide leadership in addressing issues and trends in reading and language arts to inform educators, families, and community. Membership
    Develop and strengthen an active and diverse membership. Partnership
    Create partnerships that foster literacy in the home, school, community, and workplace. Professional Development
    Encourage professional growth opportunities for families, educators, administrators, and community members. Research
    Promote and disseminate research findings that will strengthen and support the best practices for instruction in the communication arts.

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