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Educational Professional Organizations
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
American Education Research Association
American Educational Studies Association
American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
Association of Teacher Educators (ATE)
Early Childhood Research Institute on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)
International Reading Association
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP)
National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
National Education Association
National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER)
National Middle School Association (NMSA)
United Federation of Teachers

School Reform and Social Justice
Annenberg Institute for School Reform
Center for Collaborative Education
Coalition of Essential Schools
Comer School Development Program
Education Development Center
Harvard Project Zero
MiddleWeb--Exploring Middle Grades Reform
National Association for Multicultural Education
National Turning Points
Network of Educators on the Americas
New Visions for Public Schools
Prospect Center
Rethinking Schools
School Reform Networks at a Glance
Small Schools Workshop
Urban Education Web

Science, Math, and Technology
Adventures in Modeling — Star Logo
Guide to Math & Science Reform
ILTweb (Institute for Learning Technologies)
National Council Of Teachers Of Mathematics
National Science Teachers Association

Other Great Sites
Center on English Learning and Achievement
Center for Media and Literacy
Chronicle of Higher Education
Education Week
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center
Links to Educational Associations
Merriam-Webster Online
National Parent-Teacher Association
Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research
New York City Board of Education
New York State Department of Education
New York State School Boards Association
Resources for Schools
Teachers College Record
U. S. Department of Education

Publishers, Libraries, and Booksellers
Association of American Publishers
Association of American University Presses
American Library Association
BookWeb: American Booksellers Association
Copyright Clearance Center
Net Library

Resources for Educators

Education/Anti-Bias Curriculum

Educators for Social Responsibility—offers guidelines for helping children deal with the tragedy, curriculum suggestions, and extensive links for further information.

Educational Development Center—features a curriculum for educators wishing to review the events of the tragedy and to reflect on issues of anti-racism.

Facing History and Ourselves—features curriculum and information for educators coping with the tragedy.

National Council of Social Studies—with information for educators on teaching about the tragedy.

Teaching for Change—with a list of resources for educators.

National Association of Education of Young Children—with resources for early childhood professionals, and suggestions for speaking with young children about the tragedy.

Youth Communication—stories of tolerance, stereotyping, war, and friendship,written by adolescents to promote understanding and tolerance.

Teaching for Tolerance—from The Southern Poverty Law Center, resources for anti-bias curriculum and respect for tolerance.

Public Broadcasting System—resources for educators wishing to teach about the September 11 tragedy.

Educators for Social Responsibility National Office—gives suggestions for speaking with children about the September 11 tragedy.

Arab American Anti-Discrimation Committee

Arab American Institute

Bank St. College of Education—provides a comprehensive list of resources for educators, mental health professionals and parents, with extensive web links.

Mental Health

National Mental Health Association—provides resources on coping.

National Association of School Psychologists—offers suggestions for helping students express their feelings.

American Psychological Association—information and suggestions for working with persons traumatized by the September 11 tragedy.

Child Trauma Academy—provides information to enable teachers, caregivers, and parents deal with children's trauma from September 11.

National Association of Social Workers—with information and guidelines for families and caregivers on coping with trauma.

American Psychiatric Association—offers a list of resources for learning about coping with trauma.

Cornell Cooperative Extension—a division of Cornell University, which offers information on coping with tragedy.

Public Education Network—provides a list of resources for coping with trauma.

Connect for Kids—suggests ways to help educators and parents help themselves and children cope with the tragedy, as well as suggestions for curriculum.


American Red Cross

The United Way

helping.org —Website that features most charitable organizations who are collecting for those in need following the September 11 tragedy.

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