At Academic Earth you can access free instructional courses and videos from such institutions as Stanford University, Yale, and Princeton. Course topics include subjects such as literature, mathematics, computer science, and many others.
The Beehive is maintained by the One Economy Corporation, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C. The School section of the site offers information on helping your child with homework, getting your GED, preparing for college, and programs like No Child Left Behind. There is a place for students to find assistance with homework themselves as well.
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