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AskERIC allows you to ask specific education questions, visit the library, and learn the latest in education technology. This site provides valuable help in making the most of the huge ERIC resource.

"Mediated Learning" is a software program aimed at the improved learning of college entry-level math, other subjects to follow. This site offers detailed course information, testimonials from students and faculty, and a roundtable discussion of instruction, learning, and technology.

Eco-Adventures offers the opportunity for you to connect your classroom with various student-led expeditions. They have also archived some past experiences. Neat stuff!

The Activities Involving Math and Science Education Foundation has put together this page. The Foundation publishes a magazine of math and science activities for teachers to use in the classroom. This online site doesn't have as much, but it does have a good puzzle section that anyone can access.

This site is designed for those of you who are involved with these higher education processes.

"A voice for higher and adult education" is the tagline of this graphics-intensive but informative site. Hot issues, products and services, and government relations are a few of the topics covered in detail here.

ASD provides a Web site "for each of America's 106,000 K-12 schools" containing school information, phone numbers, calendars, and maps. If you're moving, you can get an idea of the public and private schools you'll find in your new area. A great resource!

With more than 600 places of interest listed, this site offers an "ultimate field trip resource" for New York City and Philadelphia. Information about museums, nature centers, historic sites, farms, aquariums, and zoos is included.

This is a site of long standing with a strong focus on education in the state of Texas, grades K-12. It contains a wealth of resources for both teachers and students.

Created by the Getty Center for education, the ArtsEdNet provides several services to Art educators. A few of these services include lesson plans for "those who are looking for clearly defined ways to teach discipline-based art education," listings of projects and grants, contests for art students, and an e-mailing list for discussions.

These links (most are annotated) were collected by a learning disabilities specialist and educational therapist who teaches a group of special-needs kids on the high school level. She offers lots of excellent special education resources in several categories, plus general education, parenting, and fun sites.

Encyclopaedia Britannica brings you an Internet guide to more than 65,000 sites, reviewed, rated, and categorized for ease of search. Check the expanded outline for a breakdown of the sites you'll find under each main category, or use the site search tool if you're researching a specific topic.

This site is a collection of reviews of children's books and ways to use them in the classroom. You can look them up by title, author, type, or age, and browse them in catagories such as curriculum area, subject, and theme.

The University of Southern California has made available this great collection of multicultural resources including African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic, and Native American annotated sites, plus news, articles, teacher training and technology projects, and more.

Here you will find some useful information about software for children. The resource guide is particularly helpful, including information on guide books, Internet books, teachers' resources, organizations, and software companies.

The online edition allows users to check on job opportunities both in education and in industry. It's also a rich source of higher education news.

Cohasset offers great links to general education resources and to lesson planning sites, as well as to its own award-winning interdisciplinary units.

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