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A collection of teaching resources compiled by Stephanie Ashley, a first grade teacher in Hickory NC.

SERV-NC seeks to construct an electronic infrastructure to expand and strengthen community-based learning, service, research, and networking among students, and campus and community-based faculty. North Carolina's communities are quickly becoming…

Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International, is a professional service organization composed of pre-law students, legal educators, attorneys, judges, and government officials. PAD UNCCH continues this mission at Carolina.

An educational collaboration project using technology and multimedia to facilitate multicultural education within the nation's primary and secondary schools.

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina The mission of FVHS is to "educate all students to be self directed learners who are responsible citizens leading productive and satisfying lives in a rapidly changing world."

This hyperbook explores the worlds of educational reform and information technology. With EdWeb, you can hunt down worldwide online educational resources, learn about trends in education policy and information infrastructure development and much,…

The site has news and information for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni living in the Washington-Baltimore area. It is sponsored by the General Alumni Association, the University Development Office and the Educational Foundation.

The Correctional Education Association (CEA), founded in 1946, is a non-profit, professional association serving educators and administrators who provide services to students in correctional settings. The CEA is the largest affiliate of the American…

As a discipline, Women's Studies critiques the traditional curriculum that reflects the biases of white, middle class men and ignores the experiences of other races, other classes, and of women. It offers a methodology that is interdisciplinary,…

An education program of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill. Besides information on the program, the site contains papers written by newspaper copy editors during their stay here.