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Reference/Education/K_through_12/Bilingual_Education/Practice includes sites which have practical use in a bilingual classroom: lesson plans, activities, curriculum design, information for parents, and educational language sites.

Pages discussing policy and debate of issues relating to bilingual education should be submitted to Society/Issues/Education/Bilingual_Education.

Sites dealing with academic research into bilingual education should be submitted to Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Bilingualism/Bilingual_Education.

Sites about bilingual education at the kindergarten to grade 12 level.
DO NOT add residential schools, counselors, and service providers in this category. Forward them to a proper category, such as one of the subcategories of Health/Mental_Health/Child_and_Adolescent/Treatment . Thank you.
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sites dealing with the topic of curriculum for K-12 -not for sites for a specific curriculum
Note that resources on the use of technology in schools belongs in the Technology category.

Commercial educational products for sale should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory of Reference/Education/Products.

This category is dedicated resources for teachers in public and private kindergartens, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools, and comparable other elementary and secondary institutions.
Sites specifically geared for use by elementary grade students.
Sites specifically geared for use by elementary grade students.
sites dealing with gifted education in K-12 including sources for teachers, parents, students, and advocates
Please submit sites that deal specifically with homeschooling. Regional-specific sites should be submitted in the homeschooling subcategories. Sites submitted to the general homeschooling category often take longer to get reviewed. Please do NOT submit any site related to charter schools, alternative education programs, or other government funded programs. These are NOT homeschooling, but alternative public schooling, and belong in the public school areas. Thank you.
Homeschooling is a legal option for parents to educate their children at home rather than attending a private or government school. It is INDEPENDENT of the public school system and its funding. What homeschooling is NOT: Programs such as alternate education programs where parents educate children at home, but with funding and oversight from the public school system, are not homeschooling. They are public school programs which allow parents to educate at home. Charter schools are not homeschooling. They are taxpayer funded. Homeschooling and public education are mutually exclusive. By its very nature, homeschooling implies familial control rather than state control.
This subcategory contains links to various types of private, or independent elementary and secondary schools. They are sorted by educational philosophy and by general region location. Private schools should first be listed in their appropriate locality in the Regional/ tree.
This subcategory contains links to various types of private, or independent elementary and secondary schools. They are sorted by educational philosophy and by general region location. Private schools should first be listed in their appropriate locality in the Regional/ tree.
Please only submit sites which are general resources on public schools, or are directories of public schools covering many geographic areas.

Individual schools will not be listed in this category; please submit them to the most appropriate Regional locality.

Sites pertaining to state-funded schools as a class, including directories of public schools in various countries, states, or cities. No individual school sites are included here. Individual school sites are listed in the appropriate Regional category.
The School Improvement category is designed to provide K-12 instructors and administrators with specific instructional strategies within the context of the school improvement model advanced by the North Central Association or similar accrediting organizations.
This category addresses school safety for parents, students, educators, law enforcement and legislators. School safety is divided into sub-categories because of the diverse nature of the subject and the heighten concern in the 1990's: programs, publications, organizations, conferences, training opportunities and environmental concerns of maintaining a safe school. While some links relate to school violence, specific school violence links can be found at Society: Issues: Violence: School. School safety includes science safety as well. For lack of a better home for the category, there is a subcategory of school safety which addresses these issues.
For sites related to grant opportunities for K-12 schools that are not locality specific; locality specific grant-making organization URLs should be directed to the appropriate Regional category.
This category links to grants and major funding sources for school. * Fundraising for schools should be placed in the category Society: Organizations: Fundraising or Reference: Education: K_through_12: Student Fund Raisers.
Sites about integrating technology to enhance the instructional process in kindergarten through twelfth grade instruction.
Sites about integrating technology to enhance the instructional process in kindergarten through twelfth grade instruction.
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