Parents now have a free resource to help their children succeed in school. A service of the Missouri Parent Information and Resource Center (PIRC), this web site contains helpful information for parents, teachers, school administrators, and others.
"Today’s college students are confronted with a number of difficult challenges: succeeding in class, graduating on time, rising tuition costs and tough career prospects. MyEdu is pioneering the way students tackle these challenges by providing the tools and information students need to graduate on time, spend less money doing so, and maximize career readiness."
"This School/District Locator will enable you to find the correct name, address, telephone number, NCES ID number, urbanicity (rural, large city, etc.), and other student and teacher information for public schools or school districts for school year 1996-97 as reported to NCES by state education officials in each state."
Find many free online educational resources at Open Culture such as links to free videos, movies, language courses, ebooks, and audiobooks. Topics included on the site include biology, economics, political science, and many more.
SchoolGrants lists a variety of opportunities available to public and private nonprofit elementary and secondary schools and districts across the United States. The site also offers grant writing tips.
"Smart.fm takes the burden out of learning by automatically creating a learning schedule that adapts to the individual’s performance and needs. The system combines proven learning science with the latest in adaptive, semantic and social Web technologies."
The Stacks at AccessMyLibrary provides instant and easy access to articles focused on Education. From publications like the Journal of Higher Education and Phi Delta Kappan, as well as its broad coverage of popular topics like Curriculum and Instruction, School Administration, and Classroom Activities, AccessMyLibrary gives you free and unlimited access to newspaper archives, journal articles, magazine back issues, reference works and more, all courtesy of your local library!