The U.S. Department of Commerce (www.doc.gov) reports that more than 54 percent of the national population uses the Web, and the number of Web pages is climbing into the billions. Meeting the demand for information on the latest and best online educational resources has never been greater or more complicated. "Most teachers and administrators simply do not have the time to look for curriculum links, so they have to depend on others to alert them to good resources," says Tava Smathers, high school library media and technology specialist in the Corvallis (Mont.) School District No. 1.
This year's revised and fully verified guide, featured in total at ww.districtadministration.com, includes the latest outstanding teaching and learning resources on the Web, including new search tools, lesson plan collections, research sites, sources for online projects, and curriculum centers in every content area. Get your online year off right and share the 2003 version with your staff, students and parents.