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American Association for the Advancement of Science: Project 2061. Benchmarks for Science Literacy.
1993, Oxford University Press, Inc.
Level: Teacher.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Project 2061. Science for All Americans.
1989, Oxford University Press, Inc.
Level: Teacher.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Project 2061. Science for All Americans.
1990, Oxford University Press, Inc.
Level: Teacher.

Appley, Mortimer H. and Winifred B. Maher. Social and Behavioral Sciences: a Project 2061 Panel Report.
1989, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Level: Teacher.

Blackwell, David and Leon Henkin. Mathematics: a Project 2061 Panel Report.
1993, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Level: Teacher.

Bugliarello, George. Physical and Information Sciences and Engineering: a Project 2061 Panel Report.
1989; 1991, revised; American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Level: Teacher.

Clark, Mary. Biological and Health Sciences: a Project 2061 Panel Report.
1993, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Level: Teacher.

Education for Sustainability.
1994, U.S. Government Printing Office.
Level: Teacher.

Ford, Brent A. and P. Sean Smith. Project Earth Science: Physical Oceanography.
1995, National Science Teachers Association.
Level: Teacher. Materials for middle school teachers in Earth science.

Gabel, Dorothy L., Ed. Handbook of Research on Science Teaching and Learning.
1994, National Science Teachers Association (Macmillan Publishing Company).
Level: Teacher.

Johnson, James R. Technology: a Project 2061 Panel Report.
1993, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Level: Teacher.

Lazear, David. 7 Multiple Intelligence Approaches to Assessment: Solving the Assessment Conundrum.
1994, Zephyr Press.
Level: Teacher.

Michigan State Board of Education. Michigan Essential Goals and Objectives for Science Education (K-12).
1991, Michigan Department of Education.
Level: Teacher.

National Research Council. National Science Education Standards.
1996, National Academy Press.
Level: Teacher.

Rutherford, F. James and Andrew Ahlgren. Science for All Americans.
1990, Oxford University Press.
"A slightly altered version of a national report of the same name."
Level: Teacher.

Smith, P. Sean. Project Earth Science: Astronomy.
1992, National Science Teachers Association.
Level: Teacher. Materials for middle school teachers in Earth science.

Smith, P. Sean and Brent A. Ford. Project Earth Science: Meteorology.
1994, National Science Teachers Association.
Level: Teacher. Materials for middle school teachers in Earth science.

Walthall, Barbara, Ed. IDEAAAS: Sourcebook for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education.
1995, American Association for the Advancement of Science and The Learning Team.
Level: Teacher.

Wilson, Meg. Options for Girls: A Door to the Future.
1992, Foundation for Women's Resources, Texas Woman's University.
Level: Teacher. An anthology on science and math education.

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Windows to the Universe, a project of the National Earth Science Teachers Association, is sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation and NASA, our Founding Partners (the American Geophysical Union and American Geosciences Institute) as well as through Institutional, Contributing, and Affiliate Partners, individual memberships and generous donors. Thank you for your support! NASA AGU AGI NSF