Special Ed Links
Children and Adults with ADD...Non-Profit, Parent-Based Organization for Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder.
The Individuals with Disabilities Act...A guide to IDEA Amendments of 1995.
Discovery Channel Online...Interactive stories about science, nature, history, people, and more.
Scholastic Internet Center...Scholastic Magazine's contribution to the Internet.
Small Planet Communications...Contains articles, lesson plans, strategies, links, and other materials for teachers and students.
Adolescent Directory On Line (ADOL)...An electronic guide to information regarding adolescent issues and secondary education.
The Educator's Desk Reference...Lesson plans, Collections, Searchable Database and Gopher, and much more.
Distance Education Clearinghouse...Sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension, the Clearinghouse gathers information on teleconferencing technologies, instructional design, programs and courses, and other distance learning resources.
Teacher Talk...A publication for preservice, and practicing secondary education teachers.
The Comer School Development Program...A national school reform project now being used in more than 600 schools in 20 states.
The Education Alliance...Responds to the needs of diverse student populations in the public schools.
Worldwide Classroom...This library of international programs maintains information about 3500 schools in 70 countries including foreign language institutes, universities, adult education centers, and volunteer programs.
Internet in the Classroom...Home of NASA's K-12 Internet Initiative.
Texas Education Network
U. S. Department of Education...USDE's WWW Server sponsored by the Department's Office of Educational Research and Improvement(OERI).
Internet Public Library...Provides services and information which enhance the value of the Internet to its ever-expanding and varied community of users.
The Library of Congress...Using the World Wide Web (WWW) to present information about and materials from its collections over the Internet.
Capital Region Board of Cooperative Educational Services...An organization which provides educational resources and services to K-12 schools, including vocational schools, special education and many others.
Global Schoolhouse - The Next Generation...The program brings schools, universities, business, government, and the community together for life learning experiences, using the most powerful technology available.
KIDLINKS...A grassroots project aiming at getting as many children in the age group of 10-15 as possible involved in a GLOBAL dialog.
Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory...A nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of education for all students.
Public Broadcasting System...The Internet site of the community of America's public television stations.
Research for Better Schools...A private, nonprofit corporation which has served as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratory for 28 years under funding from the U. S. Department of Education.