Resources for anyone involved with teaching, learning, and related educational issues at the elementary and secondary level, including parents, students, teachers, advocates, and administrators. A preponderance of sites concern Kindergarten through 12th grade education in the United States.
They believe in life-long learning and encourage people of all ages to explore information. Their primary audience is students who need starting points for a particular project.
Newsletter features articles on topics of concern for teachers such as classroom discipline, socialization for homeschoolers, and parental involvement. Page also has educational games for students.
Your one-stop source for today's top writers in educational technology. We retrieve weblog RSS feeds from across the web and store them here.
Maintains a community of collaborative classrooms engaged in cross-cultural exchanges, project sharing and language learning. ePALS is also a provider of school-safe email, blogs, eMentoring and web-browsing technology for the global educational market.
Considered by many to be the primary hub of communications and support for educational alternatives around the world. The Alternative Education Resource Organizationis non-profit organization founded in 1989.
Showcases K-12 materials and content in a Web-based community. Features educational programs, interactive textbooks, productivity tools, lesson plans, and games for students, teachers, and parents.
Established in 2002 by the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences to provide educators, policymakers, researchers, and the public with a central and trusted source of scientific evidence of what works in education.
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