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Selecting Instructional Materials: A Guide for K-12 Science Contact Information The National Research Council's (NRC) publications, including this report, are available on the World Wide Web at <http://www.nap.edu>. Inquiries to the NRC's Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education can be sent by electronic mail to <csmeeinq@nas.edu>. The National Science Resources Center, collects and disseminates information about exemplary teaching resources, develops and disseminates curriculum materials, and sponsors outreach activities, specifically in the areas of leadership development and technical assistance, to help school districts develop and sustain hands-on science programs. More information is available at <http://www.si.edu/nsrc>. The Association of Science Materials Centers (ASMC) offers assistance in planning facilities, identifying and evaluating curriculum, procuring and managing materials, staffing, raising and managing funds, planning a delivery system, developing community support, providing for continuous professional development, and promoting systemic change. ASMC information is available at <http://substorm.astro.umd.edu/~asmc/asmc.html>. The American Association for the Advancement of Science's Project 2061 makes its many resources and research publications available at <http://project2061.aaas.org>.

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