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A national Internet forum on mathematics education intended to involve new constituencies, to engage new voices, and to examine new perspectives, including those of educators and employers, business leaders and public officials.

Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development

The Web site for this professional organization.

Big Six Skills

A systemic approach to information problem-solving that relies upon critical thinking skills and can be used by librarians, teachers, and information specialists to help attain information literacy.

Make It Happen

An approach developed by Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) in Newton, MA, to provide middle school education for students with diverse learning abilities.

Web Sites and Resources for Teachers

Links to curriculum resource sites collected by two professors of elementary education at California State University, Northridge.

Pathways to School Improvement

An integrated set of links to articles and other sites with many identified critical issues.

Middle Web

A resource for educators and parents that explores the challenges of middle school reform.

Math Forum: Bibliographies and discussions about assessment

A bibliography on alternative instruction and performance-based assessment.

Blueprints for Reform from AAAS's Project 2061

An examination of the 12 components of the education system that matter most in thinking about the attainment of science literacy by all K-12 graduates.

AAAS' Dialogue on Early Childhood Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education

Papers on wide-ranging topics commissioned by AAAS.

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Math & Science Education

A rich, well-organized site with resources for curriculum reform, standards, professional development, and more.


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