Acceptable Use Policies
A comprehensive list of the acceptable use policies from the school systems
Certification Requirements for the 50 States
Find out what
each state requires for certification.
Georgia Professional Standards
The Georgia General Assembly created the Professional
Standards Commission in 1991 to assist with the preparation, and conduct of
certified, licensed, or permitted personnel employed in the public schools of
the State of Georgia. The Commission is also responsible for the development and
administration of teacher certification testing. Certification status, educator
links, approved programs are just some of the components of this website.
Guideline for implementation from ALA.
Includes sections on: Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning,
Information Access and Delivery, Program Administration, Planning &
Assessment, Standards & Guidelines, Student Achievement, a Building-level
Basic Implementation Kit, and much more.
International Society for
Technology in Education
ISTE is a nonprofit organization with a
membership of leaders in educational technology. They are dedicated to promoting
appropriate uses of information technology to support and improve learning,
teaching, and administration in K–12 education and teacher education. Their
website contains coverage of the many topics relevant to the educational
National Board for Professional
The National Board for Professional Teaching
Standards (NBPTS) was created in 1987 after the Carnegie Forum on Education and
the Economy's Task Force on Teaching as a Profession released A Nation Prepared:
Teachers for the 21st Century (May 16, 1986). Standards, certification, national
board certification are some of the links on this site.
Position Statement on Flexible Scheduling
Statement on Flexible Scheduling This paper from the American Association of
School Librarians states their position on Flexible Scheduling in the Library
Southern Association of Schools: K-12 Accreditation Standards
This PDF file contains the Accreditation Standards 2005 for K-12
Public Schools. Standards for Human Resources (staffing requirements) are on
page 7 and the Standards for Material Resources are on page 9.