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List of 2005 Earmarks

In fiscal year 2005, there were 37 earmarks totaling $10,524,000.

Agency:    Department of Education
Bureau:    Institute of Education Sciences
Account:    Institute of education sciences
Certifying Official:    Acting Assistant Secretary for Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development
Certifying Organization:    The Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development

To view information about the earmark, click on the earmark title.

2005 Earmarks Amount ($K)
Best Buddies Connecticut, New Haven, CT, to enhance the lives of people with mental retardation by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment$148
Best Buddies International, Inc., Miami, FL, to enhance the lives of people with mental retardation by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment$992
Best Buddies Maryland, Baltimore, MD, to enhance the lives of people with mental retardation by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment$248
Best Buddies Rhode Island, Providence, RI, to enhance the lives of people with mental retardation by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment$198
Best Buddies Texas, Houston, TX, for program expansion$49
Best Buddies Virginia, Miami, FL for expansion of Northern Virginia programs$138
Bubel/Aiken Foundation for a demonstration on K-12 Inclusion Community Service (Raleigh, NC)$496
Celeste Foundation, Mt. Doro, FL, to provide technical assistance to parents and caregivers of autistic children on early intervention therapies$1,388
Center for Creative Play, Pittsburgh, PA, to support services for disabled children and their families$24
Center for Functional and Molecular Imaging, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, for the Early Diagnosis of Developmental Dyslexia Project$248
City of Rocklin, California, for a Rocklin Integrated Schools Program$193
Daemen College, Amherst, NY, for special education services$595
Fiesta Educativa, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, for its Fiesta Familiar, home-based training initiative for parents of children with disabilities$54
Friendship Circle, West Bloomfield, MI for Life Village$421
Holy Family Learning Center, Pittsburgh, PA, to provide specialized educational services to children and adults$99
Illinois State University, Normal, IL for the Special Education Assistive Technology Center$496
International Center on Deafness and the Arts, Northbrook, IL for a teacher training program$198
Jeremiah Cromwell Disabilities Center, Portland, ME, for library enhancements and awareness training for elementary school students$99
Learning Disabilities Association of America, Pittsburgh, PA, to expand parent and teacher training programs and to increase resources available regarding learning disabilities$24
Learning Disabilities Association of Central New York, E. Syracuse, NY for educational consulting services$99
Lee Pesky Learning Center, Boise, ID, to provide educational materials$198
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, for research to improve the lives of disabled individuals at the Center for Promoting Healthy Development for Individuals with Disabilities$99
Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, for its Center for the Study and Treatment of Dyslexia to improve instruction for students with dyslexia$496
National Cued Speech Association, Cleveland, OH, for a deaf children's literacy project$322
Ohio School for the Deaf, Columbus, OH, for the virtual reality educational system for the deaf$99
Parent Training and Information Center of Iowa--The Legal Hand Project$99
Peoria School District 150, Peoria, IL, to establish a special education technology partnership with Department of Special Education at Illinois State University$198
School for Children with Hidden Intelligence, Lakewood, NJ, for disability education$297
Sephardic Community Center, Brooklyn, NY, to expand weekend and summer programming for children with learning disabilities$99
Southeast Island School District to develop two-way interactive video conferencing to provide special education services at 9 isolated school sites in Southeast Alaska$99
Spurwink Institute, New Gloucester, ME to work with area schools to provide a comprehensive network of support for special education students and juvenile offenders$396
U.S. Disabled Athletes Fund, Atlanta, GA for the Blaze Sports Clubs for youth with disabilities$99
United Cerebral Palsy Central PA, Camp Hill, PA, in collaboration with the Cumberland-Perry Association for Retarded Citizens, Carlisle, PA, for a contemporary day program for young adults with disabilities$24
University of Northern Colorado National Center for Low-Incidence Disabilities$446
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, for WeBCATT: The National Institute of Technology for Inclusive Education project$330
University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, for the Center for Literacy and Assessment$992
Workplace Technology Foundation, King of Prussia, PA to provide training to special education students to increase employability upon graduation$24

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