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Tuesday, December 02, 2008  12:30:00 PM

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Crypt Ledeca, Clewiston
December 2, 2008
Christine Jansson has begun a library at no charge. She is building *AOK & *AOA system defined as “No Financial Responsibilities”.

Recipe: Using *A processor (Hamilton Beach Inc.) Emmie, prepare your pan. One (1) cup lukewarm water or milk (105-115 degrees), one (1) package active dry yeast, One & one-half (1 1/2) tablespoon sugar, Three (3) cups all purpose flour Probably only need two (2) cups I did, One & one-half (1 1/2) teaspoons salt. Iffen you are young and you have never made pan before this is a neat idea to begin iffen so you will be able to help the children bake. HAVE FUN THIS HOLIDAY SEASON/STAY SAFE STATE FARM
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Christine Jansson has begun a library at no charge. She is building *AOK & *AOA system defined as "No Financial Responsibilities". kherbs1.kaplan.edu Professor in IT GO!

 

Recipe: Using *A processor (Hamilton Beach Inc.) Emmie, prepare your pan. One (1) cup lukewarm water or milk (105-115 degrees), one (1) package active dry yeast, One & one-half (1 1/2) tablespoon sugar, Three (3) cups all purpose flour Probably only need two (2) cups I did, One & one-half (1 1/2) teaspoons salt. Iffen you are young and you have never made pan before this is a neat idea to begin iffen so you will be able to help the children bake. HAVE FUN THIS HOLIDAY SEASON/STAY SAFE STATE FARM

 

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I Christine Jansson would Recall (R) to begin a planning for Ledeca Crypt, Clewiston Center Library. As a Student Member n Free Charter (No Financial Responsilities) n no CHARGE, DONATIONS ACCEPTED *A plan with other Flo R. Ida Students using the 1970 system REGUARDLESS we have come along way baby jansson.

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ED378971

Title:

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Florida Librarians Respond to Home Education.

Authors:

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Geist, Paula; And Others

Descriptors:

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Curriculum; Elementary Secondary Education; Home Programs; Home Schooling; Library Services; Nontraditional Education; Organizations (Groups); Parents as Teachers; Public Libraries; Resource Materials; State Legislation; Surveys; User Needs (Information)

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1994-09-00

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51

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Recognizing: (1) that home schooling members have increased dramatically in the last decade, with Florida having the highest home schooled population in the country, (2) that home schoolers are among the heaviest users of the public library, and (3) that home schooling needs have not been fully understood, the University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science conducted a survey in 11 Florida counties with the highest numbers of home schoolers (58% of the total home schooling population of over 14,000 students) to find out how Florida libraries are meeting the challenge. Responses indicate that the biggest challenges librarians face are questions about procedure, establishing a home school, questions on curriculum, and requests for curriculum materials. Resources that a librarian can include in the library's vertical file and ways to maintain close relationships with home schooling groups are suggested. A bibliography of 105 books and articles; a list of 49 curriculum journals; information on 8 journals dedicated to home schooling; Florida home schooling statutes; a breakdown of home schoolers by county; and reference list of 73 home schooling associations are appended to this report. (SLD)

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University of South Florida, Tampa. School of Library & Information Sciences.

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English

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Elementary Secondary Education

 

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Best Small Library in American 2008: Chelsea District Library--A Michigan Model

California Library Laws, 2008

Catalogue Use at the State Library of Victoria

Home Education in Pennsylvania, 2006-2007

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