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Selecting Instructional Materials: A Guide for K-12 Science References AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science). 1989. Science for All Americans. New York: Oxford University Press. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/tools/sfaaol/sfaatoc.htm AAAS. 1993. Benchmarks for Science Literacy. New York: Oxford University Press. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/tools/benchol/bolframe.html AAAS. 1997. Resources for Science Literacy: Professional Development. New York: Oxford University Press. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/tools/rsl/index.html AAAS. Forthcoming [a]. Designs for Science Literacy. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/tools/designs/index.html AAAS. Forthcoming [b]. Middle Grades Science Textbooks: A Benchmarks-based Evaluation. AAAS. Forthcoming [c]. Resources for Science Literacy: Curriculum Materials Evaluation. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/tools/rslcme/index.html Brearton, M.A., and S. Shuttleworth. 1999. Racing a comet. Journal of Staff Development winter:30-33. Internet address: http://project2061.aaas.org/newsinfo/research/articles/nsdc_jsd.htm Brooks, J.G., and M.G. Brooks. 1993. In Search of Understanding: The Case for Constructivist Classrooms. Alexandria, Va: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Bush, W.S., G. Kulm, and D. Surati. Forthcoming. Preparing teachers for mathematics textbook selection. Bybee, R.W. Ed. 1996. National Standards and the Science Curriculum: Challenges, Opportunities and Recommendations. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt. Bybee, R.W. 1997. Achieving Scientific Literacy: From Purposes to Practices. N.H.: Heinemann. CBEDS (California Basic Educational Data System). 1997. California Public School Enrollment. Sacramento: Educational Demographics Unit, California Department of Education. CCSSO (Council of Chief State School Officers). 1997. Mathematics and science content standards and curriculum frameworks: States' progress on development and implementation. Internet address: http://www.ccsso.org Celebuski, C. 1998. Status of Education Reform in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools: Principal's Perspective. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education. Chubb, J. 1999. Interview about the Edison Project with its director of curriculum and assessment, March 10, 1999. CPRE (Consortium for Policy Research in Education). 1996. Tracking student achievement in science and math: The promise of state assessment programs. Policy brief RB-17-July 1996, pp. 4-5. Internet address: http://www.upenn.edu/gse/cpre/frames/pubs.html DoEd (U.S. Department of Education). 1997a. Assessment of student performance: Studies of education reform. Internet address: http://www.ed.gov/pubs/SER/ASP/ DoEd. 1997b. Attaining Excellence: Guidebook to Examine School Curricula. Washington, D.C.: Office of Educational Research and Improvement. DoEd. 1997c. Guidelines for Submitting Science Programs for Review. Washington, D.C.: Office of Educational Research and Improvement. Fullan, M. 1991. The New Meaning of Educational Change. New York: Teachers College Press. Hutchinson, J., and M. Huberman. 1993. Knowledge dissemination and use in science and mathematics education: A literature review. Prepared for the Directorate of Education and Human Resources, Division of Research, Evaluation and Dissemination, National Science Foundation by The Network. Docu-

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