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DKC is an ESC-20 initiative that provides Texas public and non-public schools with a comprehensive collection of current, relevant online resources to enhance K-12 instruction and digital literacy. DKC offers solutions to fit different budgets.
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Find a Topic – an effortless guide to relevant search results using Access World News.

Access World News 1980 to present – over 600 sources from over 200 countries including 17 Texas sources. Updated daily the information supports World History, English, Science and other major disciplines.  


Americas Historical Newspapers 1690 to 1922 – over 400 sources from every state including 18 from Texas providing primary sources covering every aspect of US and Texas History.

 Acceda Noticias 1966 to present – a wealth of primary source information from Spanish-language news sources added to the Access World News Database.

 Dallas Morning News 1885 to 1977 – offering nearly 100 years of archives provides a unique perspective on coverage of the people, news and events that made history from around the corner and around the world.

 Popular Periodicals 1991 to present – some of the most popular and widely read magazines published covering topics relevant to all areas of the curriculum. 

 KidsPage 1997 to present – access to articles that are relevant and lexiled from age specific popular children’s sources. Many of the articles include photographs and images to help capture children’s attention. 




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