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Empowering mathematics students and teachers through exemplary curriculum, professional development, and leadership

CPM Educational Program is a California nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to improving grades 6-12 mathematics instruction.

CPM’s mission is to empower mathematics students and teachers through exemplary curriculum, professional development, and leadership. We recognize and foster teacher expertise and leadership in mathematics education. We engage all students in learning mathematics through problem solving, reasoning, and communication.

CPM envisions a world where mathematics is viewed as intriguing and useful, and is appreciated by all; where powerful mathematical thinking is an essential, universal, and desirable trait; and where people are empowered by mathematical problem-solving and reasoning to solve the world’s problems.

2017 CPM Teacher Conference Registration is now open for the 2017 CPM Teacher Conference. Click here for more information about this exciting event.

Conference Grant Applications will be accepted through October 31, 2016. Click here to apply.

Consider joining us for our Preconference, a topic-intensive interactive all-day workshop on Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 9 am – 3 pm. Your choice of topics includes Assessment, Coaching, Creating Collaborative Classrooms, and Statistics. Click here to learn more about this exciting opportunity. Click here to register for the Preconference.

We apologize for the inconvenience but many schools are starting up at this time so we are experiencing a high volume of inquiries. We will answer your inquiry as quickly as possible.

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Congratulations!
Two CPM teachers have been awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. John Hayes, CPM teacher, Teacher Leader, and math coach, is the math teacher winner from Wisconsin, and Beth Vavzincak, CPM teacher and Teacher Leader, is the math teacher winner from Ohio. This is a well-deserved honor for both John and Beth. On September 8, these teachers visited Washington, D.C. to meet the president and tour the White House. Congratulations John and Beth!

View John’s full PAEMST finalist profile here.
View Beth’s full PAEMST finalist profile here.

Research Briefs for Mathematics Education
CPM Educational Program invites members of the mathematics education research community to submit proposals for a research brief that will summarize the current state of the field’s understanding of how best to support struggling mathematics learners. CPM Educational Program is a California nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to improving grades 6-12 mathematics curriculum and instruction. This request for research brief proposals invites mathematics education doctoral students and faculty with relevant expertise to submit proposals for a commissioned white paper that will be published on CPM’s website and circulated across the mathematics education community.

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Weekly Tips
CPM has created weekly tips for teachers, parents and students, written to help everyone be successful in math. Teachers can follow the teacher tips and post parent and student Tips of the Week to their personal webpages or include them in newsletters or updates sent out regularly. Each tip highlights events and ideas that are relevant during the given week they are distributed. For instance, at the start of the school year, the tips discuss effective team work, while mid year, the tips might discuss how best to prepare for a midterm exam. You can find these tips here:


History MA Requirements #african #american #culture #and #history,american #history,cas,history #master’s #degree #program,ma,ma


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History | Master’s Program

History (MA)

Admission to the Program

In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants must earn a satisfactory score on the Graduate Record Examination (verbal, quantitative, and analytic). Admission is based on academic record, test scores, letters of recommendation from two professors with whom work was taken recently, personal statement, writing sample, and favorable judgment by the department graduate committee and chair.

Degree Requirements

  • 30-36 credit hours of approved graduate work:
    • History concentration (30 credit hours): 9 credit hours in core courses, 6 credit hours of research seminar or thesis, and 15 credit hours of approved electives
    • Public History concentration (36 credit hours): 9 credit hours in core courses, 3 credit hours of research seminar, 9 credit hours of public history requirements, and 15 credit hours of approved electives
  • Tool of research: a relevant foreign language, quantitative methods, oral history, history and new media, or a methodology approved by the graduate committee of the Department of History
  • Capstone experience: one of the following as approved by the student’s advisor:
    • Comprehensive MA examination in one field (e.g. US I)
    • Comprehensive MA examination in combined field (e.g. US I/US II)
    • HIST-751 Graduate Research Seminar (6 credit hours)
    • MA thesis

Course Requirements

Complete one of the following concentrations:

History Concentration (30 credit hours)

Core (9 credit hours)

Required
  • HIST-744 The Historian’s Craft (3) 3 with grade of B or better, usually taken in the student’s first fall semester in the program
Colloquia

Complete two colloquia from the following:

Note: Another approved course may be substituted for one colloquium.

Research Seminar or Thesis (6 credit hours)

Complete one of the following:

Electives (15 credit hours)

  • 15 credit hours in approved graduate coursework

Public History Concentration (36 credit hours)

Core (9 credit hours)

Required
  • HIST-744 The Historian’s Craft (3) 3 with grade of B or better, usually taken in the student’s first fall semester in the program
Colloquia

Complete two colloquia from the following:

Note: Another approved course may be substituted for one colloquium.

Research Seminar (3 credit hours)

Public History (9 credit hours)

Electives (15 credit hours)

  • 15 credit hours in approved graduate coursework

Education Anywhere, Homeschool, High School, Accredited diploma, Curriculum, Online classes #homeschool, #high


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Homeschool, Credit Recovery Classes, Alternative Educational Services for Middle School and High School, Accredited Curriculum and Diploma With ED Anywhere!

ED Anywhere!

Welcome to ED Anywhere, an affordable middle school & high school educational program designed to help youth & adults build strong academic skills, effective personal and social problem-solving and critical thinking techniques, and productive pre-career and workplace skills. ED Anywhere provides youth & adults with the very best in on-campus programs, homeschooling online education, rigorous curriculum, and teacher support. ED Anywhere provides homeschoolers, private schools, and public schools with the opportunity to use the latest technology equipment to:

  • Earn an accredited high school diploma with online classes & excellent for summer school, homeschooling, & credit recovery
  • Attend accelerated classes that will allow students to quickly earn a High School Diploma in less than 18-24 months.
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  • Prepare for a career pathway using the latest career assessment tools
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  • Enroll in K to 8th Technology Classes
  • Gain official credits for classes taken as a homeschool with our unique Pre-Assessment & Testing Program
  • Earn money with the Friends & Family Rewards Program, YYC
  • Provide the best possible added service for public schools, private schools, and homeschool environments.

Get Personalized Attention at ED Anywhere

In ED Anywhere, we look at education differently. For us, education does not lie in the quantification of knowledge. But it lies in the quality of knowledge and practical skills that helps form the character of students. Nobody knows this need more than ED Anywhere. This we achieve by offering a custom approach to education – because we know that each student has a different need. We offer FREE consultations for students to make sure they get the program that works for them. Our staff has years of experience with all levels of student needs – we know what motivates them and what can get in the way of learning.

If you are looking for the best comprehensive educational services for your student then please arrange for your FREE consultation. We offer a comprehensive assessment of your students needs either by phone or in person that will provide you with a complete educational plan. Our customized program of study will find the best way to learn, whether it’s seeking an accredited High School diploma, summer school classes, remedial classes, credit recovery, homeschool, GED, vocational services for your home school–public or private school program or any one of the other programs we offer. ED Anywhere offers both on campus and off campus (online) placements depending on your need and location. Contact us today!


Leave No Student Behind

We stand firmly behind our pledge to leave no student behind. We work closely with students and parents to provide creative solutions to challenging cases.

The GOAL of ED Anywhere is to build independent young adults who possess strong academic skills, effective personal and social problem solving techniques, and productive pre-career and workplace skills and values.

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Preventive Medicine Residency Program

LLUMC Preventive Medicine Residency Program

Welcome to the Loma Linda University Preventive Medicine Residency Program! At Loma Linda University (LLU). we aim to prepare well trained preventive medicine physicians to address the health of individuals and populations. We offer innovative training in clinical preventive medicine and public health, with strengths in the areas of lifestyle medicine, global health, and whole-person care. LLU provides several types of training opportunities in preventive medicine, including categorical and combination programs.

The Preventive Medicine Residency at Loma Linda University is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and fulfills the requirements for the certifying examination of the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Loma Linda University is oriented toward clinical preventive medicine and has been a leader in this area for many years. The training incorporates a wide variety of experiences in several affiliated institutions including: the LLU Medical Center. the local County Public Health Department. a VA Medical Center. a not-for-profit HMO, a for-profit HMO, a Center for Health Promotion. and a Federally Qualified Health Center (SACHS). LLU offers a competitive resident salary with excellent benefits. All residents earn a free Masters in Public Health from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health.

Thank you for your interest in our program. We look forward to hearing from you!

Categorical Preventive Medicine

PGY-1 Positions
Each year we offer two PGY-1 year categorical positions in the Transitional Year (Preventive Medicine Track) through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Residents selected for this PGY-1 year will subsequently complete two years (PGY-2 3) of General Preventive Medicine Public Health training upon successful completion of the PGY-1 year.

PGY-2 Positions
We offer two additional PGY-2 positions each year in General Preventive Medicine and Public Health, for applicants who have already completed a suitable internship or prior residency in another specialty. These residents receive two years (PGY-2 3) of training in Preventive Medicine.

Combination Programs in Preventive Medicine

PGY-1 Positions
We off four PGY-1 positions each year for the Family Medicine Preventive Medicine program. which leads to board eligibility in both specialties.

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Holistic Addiction Treatment Program Leading The Way in The Field of Addiction Recovery For Over 20 Years

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Welcome to Holistic HealingWhere Science Meets Recovery

It’s our sincere desire to motivate our clients to choose a more healthy way of life and to help themselves get the life they really want. Watch our short video to learn more about how we can help you overcome your addiction.

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The Holistic Addiction Treatment Program “Your Gateway to Lasting Recovery”

G G Healthcare Services Treatment Program is a nationally recognized drug and alcohol rehab and treatment center with a comprehensive and integrated Mind-Body-Spirit approach to the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders. We have over 20 years in the business of helping fellow addicts and alcoholics to recover from the torments of their addictions and we are fully accredited by the Joint Commission.

We know the barriers to successful substance abuse and alcohol treatment that a person’s environment of people, places and things cause and provide a safe a supportive living environment in our beautiful community. Our professional Behavioral Health Techs are on premise 24 hours a day seven days a week and the entire community has state of the art security cameras throughout.

Each client receives over 40 hours a week of individual and group therapy and all of our therapists hold a masters degree or beyond in their respective disciplines. We match each client to the therapists whose treatment modality will best serve the individual. Treatment modality specialties include, but are not limited to: Psychological Testing, Cognitive Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Neuro The Holistic Addiction Treatment Program “Your Gateway to Lasting Recovery”

G G Healthcare Services Treatment Program is a nationally recognized substance abuse and alcohol rehab and treatment center with a comprehensive and integrated Mind-Body-Spirit approach to the treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders. We have over 20 years in the business of helping fellow addicts and alcoholics to recover from the torments of their addictions and we are fully accredited by the Joint Commission.

Our Medical staff includes our Medical Director. Physician Assistant, as well as our full time on site medical support staff. Each client is given a full comprehensive blood work up and the results are reviewed by our medical staff and interpreted to the client.

In order to best detoxify the clients our regimen includes weekly spa visits for whirlpool, steam and saunas. In order to rebuild the body and regain self-confidence we take the clients to a world-class gym. In order to better balance and focus the mind the clients are taught meditation techniques and participate in yoga.

Nutrition is critical to rebuild the body and the mind. Our chefs prepare low carb high protein meals that are specifically designed by our registered nutritionist to support the rebuilding process and to instill good nutrition awareness.

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LEAD – About LEAD #lead #program


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About LEAD

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) is a new innovative pilot program that was developed with the community to address low-level drug and prostitution crimes in the Belltown neighborhood in Seattle and the Skyway area of unincorporated King County. LEAD will divert low-level drug and prostitution offenders into community-based treatment and support services including housing, healthcare, job training, treatment and mental health support — instead of processing them through traditional criminal justice system avenues.

A unique coalition of law enforcement agencies, public officials, and community groups collaborated to create this pilot program. These groups make up LEAD s Policy Coordinating Group. which governs the program.

LEAD s goal is to improve public safety and public order, and to reduce the criminal behavior of people who participate in the program. The program will be thoroughly evaluated to determine whether it has been successful or not.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are frequently asked questions about LEAD. If you have further questions about the program, please contact us .

LEAD is a pre-booking diversion program that allows officers to redirect low-level offenders engaged in drugs or prostitution activity to community-based services instead of jail and prosecution. LEAD participants begin working immediately with case managers to access services. LEAD s goals are to reduce the harm a drug offender causes him or herself, as well as the harm that the individual is causing the surrounding community. This public safety program has the potential to reduce recidivism rates for low-level offenders and preserve expensive criminal justice system resources for more serious or violent offenders.

How does LEAD differ from other drug programs?

First, LEAD is the result of a commitment from law enforcement agencies, public officials, and community organizations to work together in implementing a new approach to addressing drug and prostitution activity. Second, the diversion in LEAD is made at the pre-booking stage, in the hopes of bypassing the costs and time entailed in booking, charging, and requiring court appearances of an individual. Finally, LEAD provides participants with immediate case management services, and access to additional resources not available through existing public programs.

Who is eligible for diversion into LEAD?

Individuals who are arrested for eligible offenses within specified boundaries for Belltown or Skyway may be diverted into LEAD. Eligible offenses include low-level drug offenses, and engaging in prostitution. Individuals who have certain violent offenses in their criminal history are ineligible for diversion.

LEAD is the result of an unusual collaboration among diverse stakeholders. Collaborators include the King County Prosecuting Attorney s Office, the Seattle City Attorney s Office, the Seattle Police Department, the King County Sheriff s Office, the King County Executive, the Mayor s Office, The Washington State Department of Corrections, The Defender Association, the ACLU of Washington, and community members. The collaboration of these stakeholders was motivated by a shared dissatisfaction with the outcomes and costs of traditional drug law enforcement.

As noted, LEAD is the result of a collaboration among a number of stakeholders. All stakeholders are represented on LEAD s Policy Coordinating Group. and the group makes decisions by consensus via a memorandum of understanding. LEAD is entirely voluntary, and any stakeholder may choose to withdraw from LEAD at any time.

Who will provide services to LEAD participants?

LEAD stakeholders have contracted with Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS) to provide services to LEAD participants. ETS has provided addiction treatment services in Washington for over 30 years, and has been actively involved in federally-funded research projects. ETS REACH Program has been a key provider in the delivery of street outreach services to chronically homeless and chemically addicted adults in Seattle for 15 years. ETS will follow harm reduction principles and will attempt to provide immediate access to services.

How will we know if LEAD works?

All LEAD stakeholders are committed to evaluating the program rigorously. The evaluation will consider, among other factors, whether LEAD has resulted in reductions in drug use and recidivism, whether LEAD is more cost-effective than traditional criminal justice processing, and whether LEAD has had a positive impact on a community s quality of life.

How much will LEAD cost the City of Seattle and King County?

Nothing. LEAD stakeholders obtained funding from private foundations to implement the program. Its funders include the Ford Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Vital Projects Fund, RiverStyx Foundation, Massena Foundation, and the Social Justice Fund Northwest.

Do community members support LEAD?

Community members strongly support LEAD. LEAD will be piloted first in Belltown, and then in Skyway (in partnership with the King County Sheriff s Office). Members of both communities have participated in the program s design, and will continue to provide feedback about the program. For example, the LEAD Community Advisory Board in Belltown includes representatives from the Belltown Community Council, Belltown Business Association, Downtown Seattle Association/Metropolitan Improvement District, Recovery Caf , YWCA, Plymouth Housing Group, and Millionair Club Charity. The LEAD Community Advisory Board in Skyway includes representatives from Skyway United Methodist Church, Westhill Community Council, and Skyway Solutions.

For how long will LEAD be implemented?

LEAD formally began on October 1, 2011. The program is anticipated to run for two years before an evaluation is begun, and to continue with foundation funding for an additional two years while the evaluation is conducted and analyzed. If LEAD is found to be effective, an ongoing source of funding will be sought.

Have programs like LEAD been implemented elsewhere?

LEAD was inspired by arrest-referral programs in the United Kingdom. Those programs have recently been implemented in virtually every police department in the United Kingdom because pilot projects proved to be so effective.

Policy Coordinating Group

LEAD is governed by a Policy Coordinating Group. The group makes decisions by consensus via a memorandum of understanding. LEAD is entirely voluntary, and any stakeholder may choose to withdraw from LEAD at any time. The members include:

Funders

LEAD is currently operating as a pilot program and is being funded by private foundations. It is hoped that LEAD will eventually find permanent funding from public sources. The cost-effectiveness of the program will be studied in detail as part of the evaluation for LEAD.

Current funders include:


Spouse Tuition Aid Program (STAP) #army #spouse #tuition #assistance, #spouse #tuition #aid


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Spouse Tuition Aid Program (STAP)

Most active duty service branches offer some form of a spouse tuition aid program. While there are specifics and nuances in how each branch approaches these programs, all spouse tuition aid programs share the same mission: to provide financial aid to spouses in order to help them further their post-secondary educations. The end goal is to help spouses increase their career opportunities, regardless of stationing.

Army Spouse Tuition Aid Benefits

The Army created two spouse tuition aid programs – one for spouses stationed overseas, the other one for those stateside. With the Overseas Spouse Education Assistance Program (OSEAP), education paid for by the program must be complete while the spouse is living overseas with his or her servicemember. Need-based, OSEAP will pay up to 50% of tuition costs with a maximum of $500 per term or up to $2,500 per academic year. Spouses must submit an application by each term’s deadline to qualify.

The OSEAP’s sister program is the Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program (SSEAP). While SSEAP is similar to OSEAP, it primarily serves widows(ers) of both active duty and retired soldiers, along with active duty spouses stationed stateside. Submit your SSEAP application before the deadline to get started.

The Army Emergency Relief (AER) administers both the OSEAP and SSEAP programs. Note that both only provide benefits toward your first undergraduate degree; benefits do not apply for second or graduate degrees.

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General George S. Brown Spouse Tuition Assistance Program (STAP)

The Air Force’s STAP operates differently from other branchs’ programs. Its goal is providing tuition assistance of up to 50 percent of unmet tuition charges after other forms of financial aid, such as grants or scholarships, are applied. There is a $1,500 per academic year funding cap per participating spouse.

Air Force STAP applies to spouses of active duty airmen or officers accompanying their sponsors overseas. This gives spouses an opportunity to complete everything from a high school diploma to master’s degree–advancing their educations and career potential. For application procedures and deadlines, qualified spouses must see their local Base Education Office .

Navy, Marines Spouse Tuition Aid Programs

In 2009, the Navy’s Spouse Tuition Aid Program (STAP) shifted from a need-based grant to an interest-free loan for Navy and Maine spouses stationed overseas with their sponsors. The change allows the military to provide benefits to more spouses who are completing their educations overseas. Loans pay up to 50 percent of the tuition costs for either undergraduate or graduate programs, including both part-time or full-time training. The maximum loan benefit is $3,000 per calendar year. Eligible spouses may apply for STAP by through the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Offices.

Stateside-stationed spouses can use the Travers Program to further their education, which offers interest-free loans between $500 and $3,000 per academic year. Loans must be repaid within 24 months by paying at least a minimum payment of $50 per month through allotment pay. Interested spouses can apply before the term’s deadline.

MyCAA

One service-wide program is the Military Spouse Career Advancement Account or MyCAA. Funded by the Department of Defense (DoD), MyCAA pays the tuition for spouses pursuing a “portable career.” These careers are ones that are available all over the country so that the spouse might find work regardless of where the family is stationed. Many career fields qualify for the program, including business administration, education and health services. These jobs are plentiful in and around military installations worldwide.

The MyCAA program is available to spouses of active duty Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines in the pay grades of E1 to E5, W1 and W2, and O1 and O2. These spouses now have up to three years to complete:

  • an associate’s degree
  • licensure
  • a certification program

Students of MyCAA are limited to $2,000 of funding per academic year with an overall program maximum of $4,000. Spouses of Reserve, National Guard and AGR servicemembers on active duty Title 10 orders are also eligible for the MyCAA program so long as the sponsor remains on Title 10 orders until the spouse completes his/her training program. Applications can be submitted at any time, with the first step being the creation of a MyCAA account .

No matter which spouse tuition assistance program is used, spouses should know that these benefits are available to help them achieve their career goals through education.

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Pennsylvania Criminal Justice Programs

Below is a comprehensive list of the accredited colleges and universities in the state of Pennsylvania that offer Criminal Justice degrees, programs and courses.

Academy of Court Reporting (Pittsburgh, PA)

Programs offered:
Certificate Program – Court Reporting
Certificate Program – Criminal Justice
Certificate Program – Legal Assistant/Secretary
Certificate Program – Paralegal
Certificate Program – Security and Investigation

Programs offered:
Bachelor Degree – Criminal Justice Administration
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Forensic Science

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Criminal Justice
Master of Science (M.S.) – Forensic Science

Berks Technical Institute (Wyomissing, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Specialized Business – Criminal Justice
Associate of Specialized Business – Paralegal

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (Bloomsburg, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Criminal Justice

Programs offered:
Associate Degree – Legal Office Assistant
Certificate Program – Paralegal

Bucks County Community College (Newtown, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Emergency Management and Public Safety
Certificate Program – Emergency Management and Public Safety
Certificate Program – Fire Investigation

Butler County Community College (Butler, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Emergency Services
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Park and Recreational Management

California University of Pennsylvania (California, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Forensics
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Corporate and Homeland Security
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminology
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Forensic Science
Bachelor of Science (BS) in General Justice Studies
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Law and Justice
Certificate Program – Crime Mapping

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice (online)
Concentration in Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, or Genetic Engineering – Forensic Science
Master of Science (M.S.) – Forensic Science

Central Penn College (Summerdale, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Homeland Security Management

Harrisburg Area Community College (Harrisburg, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Arts (AA) – Criminal Justice
Associate of Arts (AA) – Police Science
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal Studies
Career Associate – Court & Realtime Reporting
Certificate Program – Corrections
Certificate Program – Court & Realtime Reporting
Certificate Program – Police Science
Certificate Program – Security Administration

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (Harrisburg, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Forensics

Northampton Community College (Bethlehem, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate in Applied Science – Criminal Justice (online)
Associate in Applied Science – Emergency Services Administration
Associate in Applied Science – Emergency Services Technology
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Legal Administrative Assistant
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Legal Office Specialist
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Paralegal
Specialized Diploma – Emergency Services Specialist

Orleans Technical Institute (Philadelphia, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Court Reporting
Certificate Program – Court Reporting

Programs offered:
Associate Degree – Paralegal/Legal Assistant

Programs offered:
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Information Technology- Networking, Administration and Security
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal Studies
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Paralegal Studies (online)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Information Technology – Information Security (online)
Certificate Program – Paralegal Studies
Certificate Program – Paralegal Studies (online)
Certificate of Proficiency – Certified Information Systems Security Professional (online)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Administration of Justice

Programs offered:
Associate of Science (A.S.) – Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice

Penn State Fayette-Eberly Campus (Uniontown, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Administration of Justice

Penn State Harrisburg (Middletown, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice
Master of Arts (M.A.) – Criminal Justice

Penn State Schuylkill (Schuylkill Haven, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Administration of Justice

Penn State University (University Park, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Crime, Law and Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Crime, Law and Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Security and Risk Analysis
Master of Arts (M.A.) – Crime, Law and Justice

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science (BS) in Administration of Justice

Penn State Worthington Scranton (Dunmore, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Organizational Leadership (online)

Pennsylvania College of Technology (Williamsport, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Legal Assisting/Paralegal Studies
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Human Services
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Legal Assisting/Paralegal Studies

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College (Johnstown, PA)

Programs offered:
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) (evening/online classes) – Criminal Justice
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Criminal Justice

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (Philadelphia, PA)

Programs offered:
Certificate of Graduate Study – Forensic Medicine
Master of Science (M.S.) – Forensic Medicine
Pathway Program – Forensic Medicine

Programs offered:
Associate Degree – Legal Accounting Paraprofessional
Associate Degree – Paralegal
Certificate Program – Legal Secretary
Certificate Program – Paralegal Computers

Point Park University (Pittsburgh, PA)

Programs offered:
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Forensic Science
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Intellingence and National Security
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Law Enforcement
Certificate Program – Intellingence and National Security
Master of Science (M.S.) – Criminal Justice Administrations

Prism Career Institute (Philadelphia, PA)


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Medicaid Expansion Has Delivered Access To Addiction Treatment, Report Finds

Montana Insurers Say Medicaid Cuts Would Drive Up Cost Of Private Health Plans

Police Take Second Look At Venus Williams’ Car Accident With New Footage

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U.S. Russia Agree To Syrian Cease-Fire

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Nursing

Program Description
As defined by the American Nurses Association, professional nursing is the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual and high-risk health problems. The Associate Degree Registered Nursing Programs at Grossmont College prepares men and women for national licensure to practice professional nursing in critical, acute, chronic, ambulatory and home health care settings. For students without previous nursing education, the nursing courses cover four semesters plus the prerequisite science courses. Nursing science didactic is coordinated with laboratory experience in local hospitals and health agencies under the guidance of nursing faculty members. In addition to the nursing courses, the major requires selected general education courses from the natural, behavioral and social sciences. A special application for this major is required. Applications to the Nursing Program will be accepted for both programs after prerequisite requirements are met.

SUMMER 2017 OFFICE HOURS

Health Professions Information Sessions for Spring/Summer 2017

The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) is used as part of the admissions process by Nursing and Allied Health programs nationwide. On August 31, 2016 an updated ATI TEAS will be released. Students taking the exam on or after August 31, 2016 will need to purchase the 6th edition of the TEAS study manual.
The 6th edition of the TEAS exam is required to apply to the Grossmont College Nursing Program beginning with the spring 2017 application period. Only the first attempt of the 6th edition will be accepted for points towards your application.

ADMISSION PROCESS
Admission to the program is based upon the California State Chancellor’s multi-criteria screening tool, Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS ) score, degrees, work experience, life experiences, and second language proficiency. See grid for the new multi-criteria and point values for admission screening purposes. Please see Applying for complete information.

Upcomingapplication periods and Information

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A NEW APPLICATION AND CHECK-OFF LIST NOW UPLOADED TO THE APPLICATION LINK. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A NEW APPLICATION AND CHECK-OFF LIST WHEN YOU APPLY STARTING JULY 2017.

GROSSMONT COLLEGE
NURSING PROGRAM APPLICATION PERIODS

For Spring 2018 consideration,
New TEAS 6 Edition Required

For Fall 2018 consideration,
New TEAS 6 Edition Required

July 3, 2017 – July 31, 2017

February 5, 2018 – March 2, 2018

If you are invited into the program and are requesting financial aid for the fall or spring cohort, please be sure to apply for financial aid during the months of January or February so that aid is available in time for the program start.

Application Notifications
Invites to attend the Fall 2017 nursing program have been sent out. If you did not get invited and plan to reapply, you will be contacted via email with a date that your application will be available for pick-up to reuse items.

*Please note, if you are enrolled or have accepted a seat into any other Grossmont College Health Professions Program, you will be ineligible to receive an invitation to the Nursing Program. Students wishing to apply to the program must apply for an entry date which does not conflict with the completion of the program currently enrolled in.

LVN to RN Update
Licensed Vocational Nurses will now be considered for both the spring semester and fall semesters, allowing them to apply at both application periods. If the minimum number of qualified applications are not received during the application periods, then there will be no offer of the LVN-RN Step-up Program. LVN’s application scores will then be calculated into the Generic programs. If you are within the top 40 applicants, you will be invited to attend the full 2 year Generic ADN Program.

Background Check and Drug Screen
Important: Any prior conviction of a misdemeanor or felony may influence eligibility for licensure as a Registered Nurse. A flagged background check or drug screen may also prohibit entrance and/or participation in the nursing program. Applicants with prior convictions are required to contact the Director of Nursing for confidential advisement and planning prior to applying to the program and visit the California Board of Registered Nursing website for general information. http://www.rn.ca.gov/applicants/lic-faqs.shtml#disc .

On-campus RN to BSN program!

Get your BSN here at Grossmont College through Point Loma Nazarene University. Complete the ADN program at Grossmont College and receive your RN license, then begin taking classes through PLNU on our campus. For enrollment eligibility and complete information visit http://www.pointloma.edu/rn-bsn-degree-completion-program or contact Miles Scott, PLNU RN-BSN Program Advisor at (619)288-7791.

POINT LOMA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
RN-BSN Application Deadlines
2017-2018

Biology 120 prerequisite for the Grossmont College ADN Program
Effective fall semester 2014, Grossmont College will accept a one year high school biology course with lab and a grade of “C” or higher, to fulfill the Biology 120 prerequisite needed for the required science prerequisites for students majoring in nursing only .

If you are a local area high school student, you must submit high school transcripts verifying successful completion with a “C” or higher of a biology course with a lab to the prerequisite clearance specialist at http://www.grossmont.edu/assessment/prerequisite.asp. Click on Nursing for specific instructions. When emailing the request for clearance, attach an unofficial copy of your HS transcripts listing the course and grade. It takes approximately 2 weeks for your request to be processed.

If you are a non-local area or out of state high school student, you must submit high school transcripts verifying successful completion with a grade of “C” or higher of a biology course with a lab, a copy of the course description and/or a letter from the registrar or campus administrator verifying the biology course taken contains a lab and meets the requirement for the prerequisite. Submit the above items to the prerequisite clearance specialist at http://grossmont.edu/assessment/prerequisite.asp. Click on Nursing for specific instructions. It takes approximately 2 weeks for your request to be processed.

Please note that the re quired science courses are highly rigorous and multiple attempts are not allowed by the Nursing Program. Should you need to complete a General Biology course to successfully pass the Anatomy, Physiology and Microbiology, it is strongly recommended that you continue your education beyond high school biology and first complete Biology 120.

High School biology can be used to clear Biology 120 for Biology 140, 141, 144 and 152 for Grossmont College Nursing Majors only. Cuyamaca College nor other Grossmont College Health Professions programs will not accept this method to clear their prerequisites. This option no longer applies if the student changes their major.

The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, nationality, gender, age, or handicap in admission or access to, treatment of, or employment in, its programs and activities.

Last Updated: 07/11/2017