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|This site contains practical information for school principals. The Awesome Library provides only resources that have been reviewed and found to be of high quality for its users.|
|In a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Programs (OSEP), CAST has established a National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum to provide a vision of how new curricula, teaching practices, and policies can be woven together to create practical approaches for improved access to the general curriculum by students with disabilities.|
|This helpful book describes three goals of Cognitive Coaching: trust, learning and holonomy. The latter term is skillfully used to represent the twin goals of individual autonomy and collaboration. You'll find this book brings together many separate things you may have learned, experienced, or intuited about both coaching vis a vis evaluation and the growth and change processes.|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|EdSource provides policy makers, researchers, K-12 and college educators, the media, parents, and the general public with important foundation information about assessment, accountability, finance, standards, and other areas where school administrators need to stay current. The organization is non-profit and does not advocate or lobby.|
|Looking for easily available research articles? Educational Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal freely accessible on the internet. It is published by the Education Policy Studies Laboratory, College of Education, Arizona State University. A quick search on technology and achievement yielded 146 articles, including Technology Refusal and the Organizational Culture of Schools and Actual Schools, Possible Practices: New Directions In Professional Development.|
|The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a non-profit operating foundation. Established in 1991 by filmmaker George Lucas, its mission is to "tell the story" of successful and effective use of technology in education. At Edutopia, its website, you'll find video snapshots, case studies, and many practical, easy-to-use resources for creating the school and classroom of the future. There are some especially good resources for project-based learning.|
|This is the online version of eSchoolNews, a publication that is most helpful for administrators interested in all facets of instructional technology. There are discussion forums, article abstracts, information about grants and funding and much more. You might especially like the email you may receive from the site each week. You can skim through the newsletter, look for topics that interest you, and then visit the site for further information.|
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|Are you interested in the detailed funding guidelines for the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Program? Here they are in one downloadable document! EETT consolidates the previous Technology Literacy Challenge Fund program and the Technology Innovative Challenge Grant program into a single state formula grant program (ESEA Title II, Part D). (NCLB) Although the publication date is 2002, this is the most recent document of this type posted on the USDOE web site.|