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  • Althorp House Visit the final resting place of Princess Diana. Tour the lavish grounds of Althorp, seat of the Spencer family since 1508.

  • The Annenberg/CPB Channel Summer Workshop Series From July 1 to August 28, the Channel will broadcast its entire collection of professional development workshop series for K-12 math and science teachers. Each series focuses on varied aspects of improved teaching and learning in math or science, and can be used by any educator interested in improving his or her classroom practice

  • ArtMuseum.net online library of art.

  • Article Resource Association, your launching point for reviewing and downloading quality, copyright-free feature articles and artwork in many subject areas, including education.

  • Black Quest - Power Links a vast list of African-American related web sites.

  • Buckaroos in Paradise: Ranching Culture in Northern Nevada, 1945-1982

  • By Popular Demand: Jackie Robinson & Other Baseball Highlights, 1860's-1960's

  • By Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents & First Ladies, 1789-Present

  • Children on the Web Kids will enjoy browsing through this index of Web pages created by other children. The selection spans several age categories, countries and levels of Web expertise.

  • Cool Science for Curious Kids Developed by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, this site, which is targeted at elementary school students, uses animation, sound, quizzes and other techniques to encourage kids to explore science, and features hands-on science activities from five children's and science museums from around the country.

  • Electronic Collaboration: A Practical Guide for Educators features an 11-step process for making online collaborative projects successful, along with explanations, tools, and tips.

  • E-Math A Guide to E-mail Based Volunteer Programs Designed to Help Students Master Challenging Mathematics, Science & Technology from the U.S. Department of Education.

  • Free Federal Educational Resources Quick access to hundreds of teaching & learning resources across the federal government. Provided by the U.S. Department of Education.

  • Helping Your Students With Homework: A Guide for Teachers is available online from the Department of Education.

  • History of Country Music This site provides a basic primer for those unfamilier with the genre's history and development. Has sound samples and even some rare vidio clips.

  • Implementing Schoolwide Programs: An Idea Book on Planning This book presents methods & resources for planning *schoolwide programs* & for measuring their success.

  • Learn it on the web! An email newsletter, with current and back-issues available at the website, designed to help educators unleash the powerful educational value of the internet in an academic setting.

  • The National Association of Student Assistance Professionals
    is an organization whose mission is to advocate for the highest standards of practice for student assistance professionals and continuing development of student assistance program services that promote: Student achievement and academic success; Healthy, safe & drug-free lifestyles; and Strength-based approaches in working with youth

  • Parents Guide to the Internet from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Research and Improvement Office of Educational Technology

  • Paris Champs Elysees official city guide, shopping guide and event calendar. This site provides a lot of good information related to Paris

  • PBS TeacherSource includes more than 1,000 free teaching guides, as well as professional development resources

  • ThinkQuest An annual competition that challenges students, ages 12 to 19, to use the Internet as a collaborative learning tool.

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