do I find information about my child's school?
Find the correct name, address, telephone
number, NCES ID number, and other student and teacher information for public schools
or school districts for school year 1997-98 as reported to NCES by state education
officials in each state.
Universe Survey Data
provide a complete listing of
all public elementary and secondary schools in the country, and basic information
and descriptive statistics on schools, their students, and their teachers.
Find your school
Designed for kids but this is a quick
and easy info tool for parents and teachers.
NCES (National Center for Educational Statistics) Kids Home Page. Education
information about schools and activities for students everywhere.
How do I find my child's curriculum?
The curriculum of all schools in the US follow their respective
State Curriculum Guides.
Arizona -- Arkansas
Florida -- Georgia
Iowa -- Kansas
Kentucky -- Louisiana
Nebraska -- Nevada
New Hampshire -- New
Jersey -- New
Dakota -- Ohio
Oklahoma -- Oregon
Texas -- Utah
Vermont -- Virginia
Virginia -- Wisconsin
If you live in a major city a more specific guide
should be accessible.
are the new reform programs?
don't throw out the old:Saxon
Elementary School Full Option Science System (FOSS) Lawrence
Hall of Science University of California
-- For k-8 students. Science
Curriculum Improvement Study (SCIS) Lawrence
Hall of Science, University of California
(SCIS 3+ is a revision of the work of the Science Curriculum Improvement Study,
which was developed at the Physics Department and the Lawrence Hall of Science
of the University of California t Berkeley with the support of the National Science
Foundation. Development of SCIS 3 + was supported and copyrighted by Delta Education.--
Science for Life and Living BSCS
CO. Science and Technology
for Children (STC) National Science Resources Center,
Middle School Science
and Challenges to Encourage
Technology- Based Science (FACETS)American
Chemical Society Washington, DC --FACETS
(Foundations And Challenges to Encourage Technology-based Science) is a middle
school integrated science program, developed by the Education and International
Activities Division of the American Chemical Society, with funding from the National
Introductory Physical Science (IPS)6th
Ed. Science Curriculum, Inc. Belmont, MA Delta Education
Education for Public Understanding Project (SEPUP) Lawrence
Hall of Science University of California Addison Wesley Publishing
Physics: Kendall Publishing
A Human Approach
BSCS Colorado Springs, CO
American Chemical Society Washington, DC Kendall/Hunt
More information on reform see the: EDinformatics
Education Reform Page