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- Apples4theteacher - - 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.
- The Education Revolution - - 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.
- Edu_RSS - - 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.
- e-Grants - - The Department of Education's (ED) portal site for electronic grants. From e-GRANTS you may access all of the Department's web-based grant systems.
- ePALS Classroom Exchange - - 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.
- 42explore: Thematic Pathfinders for All Ages - - We believe in life-long learning and encourage people of all ages to explore information. Our primary audience is students who need starting points for a particular project.
- The KIDS Report - - A biweekly publication produced by K-12 students as a resource to other K-12 students. This is an archive; it is no longer active.
- Learn.co.uk - - Learning resources for the UK national curriculum From The Guardian, UK.
- The McGraw-Hill Learning Network - - 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.
- School Bus Drivers - - A web page for school bus drivers with some interesting information. A message board for sharing information, experiences, or what ever you want to talk about.
- What Works Clearinghouse - - 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.