OnLine Resources


Pacer Center--Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights.  Frequently asked questions and information for parents:

Family Village--a global community of disability related resources.  Explanations of disability diagnoses, links to government agencies, and education sites:

Family Empowerment Network--links to educational resources, also access to several disability newsletters:

National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities.  Includes a good publications section and a news digest series.  Good articles on involving students in IEP development, and on special education practices:

National Center to Improve Practice in Special Education through Technology, Media and Materials.  Guided tour through 2 early childhood classrooms.  Exemplifies effective teaching through modifying strategies and materials to meet individual needs:

Beach Center on Disability-The University of Kansas.  Beach Center provides how-to's, opportunity for parents to connect with other parents, laws, and links:

Catholicism on the 'Net:

Catholic Educator's Resource Center--web site to provide teachers in Catholic schools with supplemental teaching materials on Catholic church teaching, history, and culture:


Exceptional Catholics MN -- resources for disabled Catholics. Promoting inclusion in the classroom and Mass.



Technology Sites:

Online community of sharing, collaborative teaching, and ingenuity.  Worth a visit!

National Catholic Partnership on Disability:

The Global SchoolNet Foundation--a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is a major contributor to the philosophy, design, culture and content of Internet-based learning:

Virtual Field Trips--Online education inside the classroom and out:

International Society for Technology in Education--Using technology in the classroom:

Education World, the Educators Best Friend--Internet resources for teachers: