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    • THE WEB 72 12 Internet Service Providers In order to connect to the Internet, you must first have access to an Internet Service Provider (ISP). As we learned, in the early days of the Internet, ac􀀍􀵣 cess was limited to government research...
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    • Appendix J Consistency with Institutional Mission Explain how the program is consistent with and appropriate to the institution’s Regents’-approved mission, roles, and goals. Section IV: Program and Student Assessment Program Assessment State...
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    • Appendix J Tuition to Program Fees Total Revenue $ $ $ $ $ Difference Revenue-Expense $ $ $ $ $ Budget Comments Comment on the Financial Analysis Form. Funding Sources Describe how the program will be funded, i.e. new state appropriation, tuition,...
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    • 6 “revitalize interest in campus service and service-learning with a national initiative to promote service among undergraduate students” (National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, 2008, 1). The years 1989-1997 were also filled with national...
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    • 10 Community Service Act provided grants and vouchers for students involved in civic engagement for education and worthwhile efforts. The 1995 Annual Conference of the American Association of Higher Education re-dedicated leaders to the “engaged...
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    • 11 Service learning helps promote both intellectual and civic engagement by linking the work students do in the classroom to real-world problems and real-world needs. Without compromising academic rigor or discipline-specific objectives, service...
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    • 12 regularly features service learning, students’ participation in service learning is noted on transcripts, outstanding students receive service-learning scholarships, awards and commencement regalia and faculty are eligible for grants or...
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    • 31 takes into consideration climate, weather, and water limitations for the area. These considerations have prolonged the life of a school garden. Planning with community involvement has reduced security concerns. If physical security was a threat...
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    • 48 The third question in the survey sought to gather data on the use of gardens by schools and related funding. The three consolidated county districts (S5, S6, S7) all reported school gardens in the identified suburbs. These three suburb groups...
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    • 64 districts that revealed a need for a study focused on suburban school districts specifically. Previous research reported the most common barriers to school gardens were: lack of materials for the garden which included funding and space, lack of...
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    • 74 preemptively cleared. School gardens can have endless applications and when planned purposefully they can align with missions of grants, state programs, and school districts. The third suggestion is to recognize the benefit of school gardens and...
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    • 83 Appendix B Funding Available for School Garden Projects • America the Beautiful Fund, http://www.america-the-beautiful. org/html/abf/news/FreeSee ds_order. htm Applicant receives free seeds for the price of shipping and handling of $12/100...
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    • 49 Pearson. (2010). AIMSweb benchmark and progress monitoring system for grades k – 8. Retrieved on October 1, 2010 from http://www.pearsonassessments.com/pai/ai/research/ researchandresources.htm Pianta, R. C. & McCoy, J. J. (1997). The first...

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