Annenberg Media : Learner.org, Professional development and teaching materials formerly broadcast for free by Annenberg Media via satellite--via streaming video only. The home page provides access to programs in series in the following curriculum areas: Arts, Foreign Languages, Literature and Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies and History. In addition, users can browse programs by selecting from the discipline and grade level menus at the top of the View Programs page.
Internet Projects Registry, part of Global School Net a nonprofit educational organization with 70,000+ members; the aim is to provide a venue for students & teachers to exchange ideas & improve learning through collaborative online learning projects.
Grantmaking at ED.gov, provides a non-technical summary of ED's discretionary grant process and the laws and regulations that govern it selected K-12 homework sites.
Landmark Project for Schools, A site "dedicated to the idea that Information will be the raw material that drives the 21st century, and that today's students should be learning to BUILD with information."
Teachable Moment, Choice Highly Recommended site; an elegant, easy-to-use site; its purpose is to offer timely teaching ideas, lesson plans, essays for discussion, and suggestions for guiding young people as they deal with social conflict in the world.
Teachnet.org, Choice Outstanding site; a K-12 teacher's dream.
Web English Teacher, Choice Outstanding site; a review stated: English teacher Carla Beard, who created this Web site, tells users to "think of it as the faculty library and faculty workroom on a global scale." Because it is so focused, this site offers comprehensiveness and depth of materials that most English teachers will find helpful. The site is mostly geared toward middle and high school levels...