American Association for the Advancement of Science. 1993. Benchmarks for science literacy. New York: Oxford University Press. Online: www.project2061. org/tools/benchol/bolframe.htm (800-451-7559).
Center for Civic Education. 1994. National standards for civics and government. Calabasas, CA: Author. Online: www. civiced.org/stds.html (818-591-9321).
EconomicsAmerica: National Council on Economic Education. 1997. Voluntary national content standards. New York: EconomicsAmerica. www.ncee.net (800-338-1192).
Geography Education Standards Project. 1994. Geography for life: National geography standards. Washington, DC: National Geographic Research and Exploration. Online: www.nationalgeographic.com/education/xpeditions/standards/matrix.html (412-357-6290).
International Reading Association & National Council of Teachers of English. 1996. Standards for the English language arts. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. Online: www.ncte. org (800-369-6283).
International Society for Technology in Education. 1998. National educational technology standards for students. Eugene, OR: Author. (Grades P-12). Online: www. cnets.iste.org (800-336-5191).
International Technology Education Association. 2000. Standards for technological literacy: Content for the study of technology. Reston, VA: Author. Online: www.iteawww.org/TAA/STLstds.htm (703-860-2100).
Joint Committee on National Health Education Standards. 1995. National health education standards: Achieving health literacy. Reston, VA: Association for the Advancement of Health Education. Online: www.aahperd.org (800-213-7193).
Kendall, J.S., & R.J. Marzano. 1997. Content knowledge: A compendium of standards and benchmarks for K-12 education. 2d ed. Alexandria, VA: Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory. Online: www.mcrel.org/standards-benchmarks (303-337-0990). (This text represents the authors' synthesis of content standards available at the date of publication. National standards, some state standards, and some international standards were used in creating this synthesis of content standards. The online version includes some updated material not found in the original text.)
Music Educators National Conference. 1996. The school music program: A new vision (The K-12 national standards, pre-K standards, and what they mean to music educators). Reston, VA: Author. Online: www.menc.org/publication/books/prek12st.html (800-336-3768).
National Association for Sport and Physical Education. 1995. Moving into the future: National physical education standards: A guide to content and assessment. Reston, VA: Author. Online: www.aahperd.org (800-213-7193).
National Center for History in the Schools. 1996. National standards for history. Rev. ed. Los Angeles, CA: Author. Online: www.sscnet.ucla.edu/nchs/standards (800-421-4246).
National Committee for Standards in the Arts. 1994. National standards for arts education: What every young American should know and be able to do in the arts. Rowley, MA: Author. Online: www.artsedge.Kennedy-center.org/professional_resources/standards (800-336-3768).
National Council for the Social Studies. 1994. Expectations of excellence: Curriculum standards for social studies. Washington, DC: Author. Online: www.socialstudies. org/standards (301-588-1800).
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 2000. Principles and standards for school mathematics. Reston, VA: Author. (Grades P-12). Online: www.standards.nctm.org (703-620-9840).
National Research Council. 1996. National science education standards. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Online: www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/
National Standards in Foreign Language Education Project. 1996. Standards for foreign language learning: Preparing for the 21st century. Lawrence, KS: National Standards in Foreign Language Education Project. Online: www.actfl.org (914-963-8830).
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. 1997. The ESL standards for pre-K-12 students. Alexandria, VA: Author. Online: www.tesol.org/assoc/k12standards (703-836-0774)
www.mcrel.org/standards-benchmarks A Website listing content standards (see Kendall & Marzano in the standards list).
www.educationworld.com/standards A commercial Website that provides links to national and state content standards.