|National History A new Web site created by the National Archives and National History Day, Inc. transports students and educators back in time to 100 critical moments in our nations history. Original speeches, international treaties, Supreme Court cases, patent designs and Constitutional amendments that changed the course of American history are presented with transcriptions and historical interpretations. The site is part of a federal program called Our Documents: A National Initiative on American History, Civics and Service. Click here to visit the Our Documents Web site.
Anti-Drug Site Seventeen leading organizations, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association and the National PTA, are supporting the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign. Click here for information for parents. Click here for tips and resources that blend drug prevention with academic subjects.
Online Safety America Online, Inc. and the National School Boards Foundation have launched a national campaign to teach children about online safety. Children and parents can place an instant messaging robot on their buddy lists and get immediate responses to their questions about online safety. Click here for more information.
New ERIC Digests Available Produced by the U.S. Department of Education, ERIC Digests are short summaries of education research available in print or online. Click here for a database of more than 2500 digests.
To follow is a summary of two new ERIC Digests: