JOM

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AcronymDefinition
JOMJournal of Materials (Minerals, Metals & Materials Society)
JOMJust One More
JOMJava Object Model
JOMJournal of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society
JOMJournal of Orthomolecular Medicine
JOMJohnson O'Malley Program (Bureau of Indian Affairs)
JOMJournal of Morphology
JOMJapanese Offshore Market
JOMJeunesse Ouvrière Marocaine (French)
JOMJovi Optimo Maximo (Latin: To Jupiter Good and Greatest; epigraphy)
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Department of Education; (8) The President's FY 11 Budget Requests For Native Education; (9) NIEA Appropriations Priorities for 2011; (10) Bureau of Indian Education Schools; (11) Bureau of Indian Education Race to the Top; (12) The Johnson O'Malley Program; (13) Funding Indian Education Through Impact Aid; (14) Insufficient Funding for the Construction and Repair of Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools; (15) Tribal Education Departments; and (16) Funding American Indian--Alaska Native Head Start and Early Head Start Programs.
The following papers are included: (1) NIEA Appropriations Priorities for FY11; (2) The President's Budget Request for Fiscal Year 2011 for Native Education; (3) BIE Race to the Top; (4) Insufficient Funding for the Construction and Repair of BIA Schools; (5) Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to Strengthen Native American Education; (6) Funding American Indian-Alaska Native Head Start and Early Head Start; (7) Funding Indian Education through Impact Aid; (8) The Johnson O'Malley Program; (9) Tribal Education Departments; (10) Common Core Standards and Native Students; and (11) High School Equity for Native Students Preparing Native Students to Enter College and the Workforce.
This volume contains the following briefing papers presented during the summit: (1) Reauthorization of No Child Left Behind Strengthen Native American Education; (2) The Johnson O'Malley Program; (3) Legislation to Address Insufficient Funding for Construction and Repair of BIA Schools; (4) Tribal Education Departments; (5) Legislation to Address Insufficient Funding for Construction and Repair of BIA Schools; (6) NIEA Appropriation Priorities for FY 2009; and (7) The President's Budget Request for Fiscal Year 2009 for Native Education.
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