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Useful Links
Useful Links State and Federal Resources


California Board of Education
The State Board of Education (SBE) is the governing and policy-making body of the California Department of Education. The SBE sets K-12 education policy in the areas of standards, instructional materials, assessment, and accountability. The SBE adopts textbooks for grades K-8, adopts regulations to implement legislation, and has authority to grant waivers of the Education Code. The SBE has 11 members, appointed by the Governor.
CTAP
The California Technology Assistance Project
Education Technology
The California Department of Education website that is designed to provide assistance to schools and districts in integrating technology with teaching and learning.
IsteNETS
The National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) Project is an ongoing initiative of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Kid Space @ the IPL
A resources portal for students, parents, and teachers provided by the Internet Public Library.
Library of Congress Education Portal
This is a portal to the education resources maintained by the Library of Congress.
Parent Links at Ed.Gov
This is a collection of links that are specifically targeted to the needs and in support of parents of school age children.
Reading Links at Ed.Gov
This is a collection of links that focus on the importance of developing reading skills.
The Center for Comprehensive School Reform and Improvement
The purpose of The Center is to assist schools and school districts contemplating or engaged in comprehensive school reform and improvement. We do this by providing them with reliable information about research-based strategies and assistance in using that information to make positive changes. We also provide specific information and support for the Comprehensive School Reform Program.
The Learning Page
This site is maintained by the Library of Congress. This site contains lessons, features, and activities with a focus on a collection of over 7 million historical documents, photographs, maps, films, and audio recordings.