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Recently, the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has embarked on an ambitious effort to promote and improve K-12 engineering and engineering technology education. Since 2003, the ASEE has created a new...
Articulation agreements are arrangements between two year colleges and Universities or high schools and two year colleges that describe how credits will transfer between institutions. This guide presents examples of...
FREE (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence) is a website from the United States Department of Education that makes hundreds of learning resources from over forty federal organizations available and searchable in...
The goal of the New Learning Institute (NLI) is "to harness the excitement and potential of new technologies as tools for learning both inside and outside the classroom." NLI focuses on bringing mobile technologies and...
The tagline of Teaching Channel is "Great Teaching. Inspiring Classrooms." Educators from kindergarten to college will find hundreds of great resources here, including fact sheets, lesson plans, videos, and blogs to...

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