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The following citations list the sources used in the creation and writing of the Curriculum Topics website. This list does not include bibliographic citations for sources used in creating the various papers linked from the Other Papers of Interest sections of several webpages or the sample units linked from the Sample Unit of Instruction page. Citations for those papers can instead be found at the bottom of each of those pages.


Graphics Sources

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