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Unearth the mysteries of archaeology at the Field Museum’s “Expeditions” site

Follow leading scientists as they embark on expeditions around the world! The Field Museum’s “Expeditions” site provides an opportunity for students to learn exactly what professional scientific research is all…

Sculpt an interactive learning experience at this Hirshhorn Museum site

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Smithsonian’s museum of modern and contemporary art, has developed this site to help students learn about different types of art while providing them…

Leave no question unanswered about “No Child Left Behind”

The Bush Administration’s “No Child Left Behind” (NCLB) policy brings new regulations for schools seeking federal funding for education. This site from the United States Department of Education is designed…

Put high-stakes testing to the test with this “Frontline” web site

High-stakes testing continues to be a lightning rod for national debate, as educators argue whether these assessments provide a valid measure of our students’ understanding or our schools’ degree of…

Swap tech tips, rate companies, and seek advice from colleagues at “eSN Online”

eSchool News has launched a new feature on its web site that gives educators a chance to discuss certain industry trends and find out what companies are doing to meet…

“Technically Speaking” sounds a clear call to action for schools

Technological literacy—a broad understanding of the human-designed world and our place in it—is an essential quality for all people who live in the increasingly technology-driven 21st century. This web site…

“Misunderstood Minds” broadens understanding of learning disabilities

The companion web site to another PBS documentary, “Misunderstood Minds” was designed to teach parents, students, and educators about children with learning disabilities. The site contains profiles of children featured…

Study: More focus on mental health could reduce school violence

Adults hoping to prevent school shootings like the one in 1997 at Heath High School in western Kentucky can improve the odds by connecting with students, paying more attention to…

Florida schools use digital fingerprints scanners to screen applicants

Florida’s Orange County Public Schools on May 29 became the first installation site for a new automated fingerprint ID-based applicant processing system for all state education and insurance workers. Officials…

Wyomings district’s safety plan viewed as national model

A safety plan developed for Campbell County, Wyo., School District in 1999 has been recognized statewide and even outside Wyoming as a model of efficiency, according to county officials. The…