Special Education -- South Dakota
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This series consists of audit reports for state agencies, counties, municipalities, and school districts. Audit reports contain financial statements concerning receipts and expenditures; commentary on recordkeeping practices; and suggestions for improving those procedures.
Contains correspondence files maintained by the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs between 1983 and 1987 and includes memoranda and correspondence pertaining to cultural development, historic preservation, and education in South Dakota; meeting minutes; research studies; statistical publications; planning documents; and pamphlets and brochures.
This series contains files created by and for the Board of Regents of South Dakota. This includes a report, created by the Augustana Research Institute in Sioux Falls, “Continuing Postsecondary Adult Education in South Dakota 1978”, minutes from the Board of Regents Advisory Council for Title I Higher Education Act , ranging from 1966 to 1973 and a 1977 Special Education Handbook from Brandon Valley School District, Brandon, South Dakota.
This record group contains records created and maintained by the South Dakota Department of Public Instruction and includes vocational education and rehabilitation correspondence, scrapbooks, and publications; audit reports, newsletters, and other publications produced by the superintendent's office; and school district reorganization correspondence.
This series contains books of South Dakota Education laws from 1929 through 1963 and pamphlets from various state agencies regarding the different programs for grades kindergarten through high school. Subjects include dealing with behavioral issues, equal opportunities for students, Title One programs and substance abuse education. Books are arranged chronologically. See list for pamphlet arrangement.
This record group contains records created and maintained by the South Dakota Department of Education and Cultural Affairs and includes meeting minutes, photographs, publications, correspondence, audio recordings of speeches and presentations, videotape recordings, grant files, school building specifications, budgets and other financial reports, architectural drawings of historic buildings, administrative subject files, posters, and annual reports.
This series contains records pertaining to the Special Education Program in South Dakota as utilized by schools in Day County. Correspondence includes information on special education facilities, psychological exam information and utilizing audio-visual teaching techniques in the classroom. Applications to the program and paperwork for those students assigned to the Crippled Children’s Hospital and School in Sioux Falls, SD are also contained within this collection.
This series contains subject files maintained by the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Education and Cultural Affairs from 1974 to 1991. Records include monthly reports, National Science Foundation information, strategic planning documents, etc.