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SAT & PSAT: collegeboard.com - Register for PSAT/SAT I & II. Information about SAT
National Merit Scholarship: National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC)
California SAT Scores: See where your school ranks, by Michael Greenes.
College Rankings: USNews - education
Cupertino Union School District: Home Page
Fremont Union High School District: Home Page
De Anza College: Home Page
US Neighbor: Cupertino City, Business, & School Information
How to Learn: Helping you Learn "How to Learn". Tools and techniques in effective learning
City of Cupertino: Information about the City of Cupertino
GreatSchools.net: Detail profiles of many schools in the Bay Area K-12: Performance/Test Scores ,Climate/Safety, School-Home Connection, Community Involvement, Demographics/Diversity
Star Scores for your Child: Site by GreatSchools http://pharmacieviagr../.net lets California parents find out how their children's STAR scores compare to those of classmates in the same grade and school. Easy to understand, detailed reports of each school's STAR results, including scores by grade level, subject and comparison to previous years
The Anti-Drug: Created by ONDCP (Office of National Drug Control Policy), is devoted exclusively to parents who want to learn how to communicate with their kids about illicit drugs
BASRC: Bay Area School Reform Collaborative - helping Bay Area schools develope more effective programs.
The National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education: Advocates the involvement of parents and families in their children's education and to foster relationships between home, school, and community that can enhance the education of all our nation's young people
California's Perilous Slide in Public Education: Los Angeles Times
California Partnership Academies: Web Site of available available State grants for special High School Programs
School-to-Work: On May 4, 1994 President Bill Clinton signed the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994 which provides seed money to States and local partnerships of business, labor, government, education, and community organizations to develop school-to-work systems
Blue Ribbon: List of Distinctive Schools Awarded the Blue Ribbon by the President. (Monta Vista)
Gifted and Talented Education (GATE): High School Level by Catherine Barkett
National Parent Information Network: The purpose of NPIN is to provide information to parents and those who work with parents and to foster the exchange of parenting materials.
Links to Educational sites and information McKinley/Magellan.
Idealist Home: This site is an index of many non-profit organizations including our's
The Math Forum: Home Page
American School Directory: Information about any school in US
Library of Congress: Home Page
The Smithsonian Institution: Home Page