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The CPB Annenberg site shows 7800 projects, funding sources, conferences and organizations revolving about reform in math and science education. At learner.org, Annenberg staff have built a chat room and publication center for teachers.The Annenberg Institute for School Reform attacks broader issues of school reform in three strands, accountability, public engagement and capacity-building. They sponsor teacher workshops, also.

The National Institute for Science Education (NISE)(sponsored by NSF) at the University of Wisconsin updates the whyfiles, background information to news breaking events, especially for science teachers.

Rowe's collection interweaves school vignettes with results.

DataStream, sponsored by NSF and the American Meteorological Society, exemplifies a new model; real-time weather data is gathered and analyzed by teams of teachers and weather experts online around the US.

Many of the Telecollaboration projects represent other reform models.

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Mary Budd Rowe (editor)

What Research Says to the Science Teacher
        Vol.6 - The Process of Knowing

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The Sciences are probably one of the most represented areas of education on the Internet, with numerous sites and on-line demonstrations.

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