For example, States often cite limited data as one of the most common barriers to developing an ISIP The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is working with local agencies to address this issue--a strategy other States might be able to replicate.
Yet their stories--from development to implementation and evaluation--highlight the notion that all States can apply and adapt the ISIP process to their needs.
The Spanish intervention program will fully integrate with the ISIP
With two ISIP
embedded directly into the controller, Talino can even be integrated in a single-tier architecture while incorporating ISIP
's best features.
Philip Bates, Principal at Yale Elementary in Richardson Independent School District, stated, "The fact that ISIP is automated makes it easy to administer assessments, saves teachers valuable instruction time and provides quicker results to monitor student progress.
ISIP, the first automated progress monitoring assessment of early reading skills, benchmarks students four times a year, monitors their progress every four weeks between benchmarks, delivers on demand assessments and provides results in the form of data files, graphs and reports instantly.
Principals at the schools expressed eagerness to participate in the ISIP
study because DIBELS takes so much time from student instruction.
brings to ISIP
a large network of carriers worldwide, and experienced senior management; 20 years combined experience in the telecommunication industry.
ISIPS will act as a global clearinghouse for information on sharps injuries and preventive legislation.
Ron Stoker Executive Director ISIPS (International Sharps Injury Prevention Society), South Jordan, UT
A number of very worthy individuals were nominated for the ISIPS 2005 International Sharps Injury Prevention Awards.
APIC conference attendees can obtain additional information at the ISIPS booth, 437, located between the booths of Managing Infection Control and Merit Medical Systems, Inc.