This list provides a few sample web sites for different curriculum areas. Most materials on these pages are free.
- The K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Center (Education Development Center, Inc.)
- http://mathforum.org/ (Drexel University)
- Mathematics Curriculum Guide Grades K-12 (Wachusett Regional School District - Massachusetts)
- The New Jersey Mathematics Curriculum Framework (New Jersey Mathematics Coalition)
- Awesome Library: Language Arts (Evaluation and Development Institute)
- Detailed Curriculum Guides: Language Arts and Reading (Pocono Mountain School District - Pennsylvania)
- Science & Technology Curriculum: K-12 (Plymouth Public Schools - Massachusetts)
- Science (Blue Valley - Kansas)
- Social Studies
- Social Studies Resources (Kent School District - Washington)
- Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers (Dr. Marty Levine - California State University, Northridge)
- Social Studies Curriculum Links (Montgomery County Public Schools - Maryland)
- District Writing Plan and Curriculum Map (Santa Rosa - Florida)
U.S. Department of Education
The U.S. Department of Education site provides news, policies, financial aid information, research and statistics, and information for students, parents and families, teachers, principals, higher education administrators, and grantees and assistance providers. The information regarding the No Child Left Behind legislation may be particularly relevant.
American Association of
School Administrators (AASA)
The AASA is a professional organization for education leaders in the U.S. and other countries. The site includes a comprehensive listing of education organizations and associations as well as key education reports and resources.
This guide was originally developed for Carnegie Mellon University Libraries by Mary Wojtkiewicz, graduate student in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, Summer 2003. It was updated by Christopher Lemery, graduate student in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, Summer 2008.