What Is FOSS?
FOSS Components
FOSS K-8 Scope and Sequence
  Correlation to Standards
Research on FOSS and Ongoing Projects
  Science and Literacy
  FOSS for All
  FOSS Staff

Welcome to lhsfoss.org, the FOSS project site at the Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS). FOSS is a research-based science program for grades K–8 developed at LHS with support from the National Science Foundation and published by Delta Education. This research, development, information, and issues website is closely linked to the FOSS-user websites: FOSSweb.com, FOSSweb.com/CA and FOSSweb.com/NYC. The FOSSweb sites are designed to provide enrichment for students and support for teachers, administrators, and families who are actively involved in implementing and enjoying FOSS program materials.

Here are highlights of these sites that may be of interest to you.

On this lhsfoss.org site, educators can find information about:

The main FOSSweb.com site provides the following information for parents, teachers, and administrators:

There are also two FOSSweb.com sites targeted to specific implementations. Both have a similar range of resources as the national FOSSweb.com site. They are:

Seamless linkage. In many ways the lhsfoss.org website and FOSSweb websites function as one. Access to all of the FOSS website resources is instantly available due to extensive cross linking. In no time at all you will learn how to use the links in the headers and footers as well as the menu in the left margin to move fluidly through the many information stores in the websites.

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