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Training February 19 and 20, 2007 Richard Dunfee

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Topics Program Focus Federal Funding Private Funding

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The Hypothesis, Problem Statement or Research Question A clarification of the relationship being proposed. Close to three to five sentence passage. Components incorporate the accompanying: - Statement of the examination target (proof of the significance of the issue) - Hypothesis, research inquiry or issue explanation (clear distinguishing proof of the variables and their proposed relationship) - Quantitative/Qualitative criteria for measuring the arrangement (how the result will be measured, not a portrayal of the particular result).

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Hypothesis, Research Question, or Problem Statement Defined A theory is a "little" circumstances and end results proclamation around a particular arrangement of circumstances. It speaks to an educated conviction that a scientist or proposition essayist has around an examination issue before leading an attractive number of trials that could conceivably refute that conviction.

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U.S. Division of Education (ED) http://www.ed.gov

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U.S. Division of Education GRC takes after more than 100 ED programs Eight system workplaces : Office of English Language Acquisition Institute of Education Sciences Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Office of Postsecondary Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services Office of Innovation and Improvement Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools Office of Vocational and Adult Education

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No Child Left Behind Act http://www.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml Signed into law January 8, 2002 Themes- - increment responsibility for states, school regions, and schools; extend decision for guardians and understudies, especially those going to low-performing schools; include adaptability for states and nearby instructive offices (LEAs) in the utilization of government training dollars underline perusing, particularly for youthful kids.

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Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) Administers Title III of No Child Left Behind Act , and gives administration in advancing top notch instruction for English dialect learners (ELL) & constrained English capable understudies (LEP) Makes recompenses to Local Educational Agencies and State Educational Agencies for change endeavors that accentuate high scholastic norms, school responsibility, proficient preparing and parent inclusion. Helps LEP people take an interest in schools/employments for which they require English dialect abilities http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/oela/index.html?src=oc

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Office of Vocational & Adult Education (OVAE) Supports profession prep. in secondary schools and junior colleges grown-up and professional instruction school-to-work secondary school change remedial training group innovation fixates consideration on strengthening zones and undertaking groups instructor advancement exercises http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ovae/index.html?src=oc

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Office of Elementary & Secondary Ed (OESE) Supports LEAs and SEAs in their endeavors to advance equivalent instructive open doors and brilliance for all understudies; and enhance the nature of educating and learning by giving authority, specialized help and budgetary bolster IHEs work in organization with open and private preschool, rudimentary, and auxiliary schools http://www.ed.gov/workplaces/OESE

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Selected OESE programs E arly Reading First backings neighborhood endeavors to upgrade the oral dialect, subjective, & early perusing abilities of preschool-age kids, particularly low-pay, through deductively based perusing research. http://www.ed.gov/programs/earlyreading/index.html Early Childhood Educator Professional Development Program plans to bolster early perusing and intellectual advancement through expert improvement exercises and early adolescence educational module. http://www.ed.gov/programs/eceducator/index.html

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Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) Supports programs that: help with instructing kids with unique needs restore youth and grown-ups with handicaps conduct examination to enhance the lives of people with inabilities Three parts: Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)

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OSERS: Selected Programs NIDRR Field-Initiated Projects Program bolsters extends that enhance the adequacy of administrations and create strategies, techniques, & innovation to boost the full incorporation, mix, vocation, free living, family bolster, & financial and social independence of people with incapacities. ( Last Deadline: 2/6/06) http://www.ed.gov/programs/fip/index.html Mary Switzer Research Fellowships One-year recompenses are made to people to assemble research limit & elevate answers for issues. Recognized Fellowships ($55,000) are honored to people of doctorate or equivalent status with no less than 7 years of significant experience. Merit Fellowships ($45,000) are given to people with cutting edge proficient preparing or free study in regions identified with inability & recovery. (Due date: 11/26/06) http://www.ed.gov/programs/resfel/index.html

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OSERS: Selected Programs NIDRR: Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects Supports research, showing ventures, preparing, and related exercises to enhance the lives of people with handicaps, tending to NIDRR\'s objectives of incorporation, mix, livelihood, and independence. Ventures may bolster research identifying with the improvement of techniques, methodology, and gadgets for restoration administrations. ( Last Deadline: 7/21/06) http://www.ed.gov/reserve/gift/apply/nidrr/index.html Technology & Media Services for Individuals With Disabilities Supports tasks to enhance comes about for youngsters with handicaps by advancing the improvement, show, & utilization of innovation; supporting instructive media exercises intended to be of instructive worth to kids with incapacities; & giving some subtitling, video portrayal, & social exercises. (Last Deadline: 10/3/06) http://www.ed.gov/programs/oseptms/index.html

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Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) Administers programs that Increase access to postsecondary training for burdened understudies, reinforce the limit of schools and colleges that serve a high rate of hindered understudies, give instructor and understudy improvement assets , & underpins universal instruction and outside dialect thinks about projects and in addition the HBCU program. http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ope/index.html?src=oc

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Selected OPE programs FIPSE – (Comprehensive, International, North American, US/Brazil) – Supports inventive ventures that serve as national models. http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ope/fipse/index.html?exp=0 IDUES - Institutional Development and Undergraduate Service, (for example, "Fortifying Institutions") bolster upgrades in instructive quality, administration and money related soundness at qualifying postsecondary organizations. http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ope/idues/index.html?exp= 0 TRIO Supports 8 effort and bolster projects to help hindered understudies progress from center school to post baccalaureate programs. http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ope/trio/index.html International Education Programs Service Programs are intended to fortify the ability and execution of American instruction in remote dialects and in territory and universal studies. http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ope/iegps/index.html?exp=0

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More OPE projects Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Grantees give partnerships to graduate understudies with money related need who plan to educate or lead research in regions of national need, for example, science, science, PC & data science, building, geographical science, arithmetic, nursing & material science. ( Deadline: 11/20/06 ) http://www.ed.gov/programs/iegpsgaann/index.html Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program Fellowships to understudies of better capacity than seek after doctoral level or MFA graduate study in expressions of the human experience, humanities, or sociologies. Qualification is restricted to people who have not yet finished their first year of graduate study or who will enter graduate school in the following scholarly year. ( Last Deadline: 10/6/06) http://www.ed.gov/programs/jacobjavits/index.html

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More OPE projects GEAR UP Program underpins associations offering school arrangement & mindfulness exercises to understudies starting in seventh grade. Exercises may incorporate tutoring, directing, educational module & staff advancement, & different administrations. Associations must incorporate an IHE, a nearby instruction office speaking to center schools & secondary schools in low-salary groups, & no less than two different elements. ( Last Deadline: 3/9/06) http://www.ed.gov/programs/gearup/index.html Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) bolsters the arrangement of a grounds based kid care programs essentially serving the requirements of low-wage understudies enlisted at the establishment. Additionally underpins before & after school administrations to the degree important to empower low-wage understudies to seek after postsecondary instruction. (next rivalry will be in 2009)

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Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Created in 2002 with the objective of propelling the field of instruction examination , with an accentuation on confirmation based exploration. Instruction look into that includes measurements and assessment Goal is the change of training into a proof based field in which chiefs routinely search out the best accessible exploration and information http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ies/index.html?src=oc

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Sample IES Research Programs Teacher Quality Research: Reading a

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