FYI...Kraus Curriculum Development Library

Responding to a growing need for improved access to integrated curricula, the 20th edition of the Kraus Curriculum Development Library has been released as a fully searchable online database. Researchers can now search via the Internet for specific curriculum documents by keyword, subject, educational content, grades covered and/or geographic location of the issuing agency. The new edition of the library, now known as kcdlonline, includes nearly 4,500 curriculum records. Educators and curriculum developers can use kcdlonline to gather content and material, as well as learn how academic skills and content are developed across subject areas, and from grade to grade in different schools and districts. Subscription information is available at www.kcdlonline.com.

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.

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