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College Majors 101
Information about different focuses within a major, videos from colleges, links to trade media, and a compilation of student competitions and the winner’s college are presented.
National Center for Education Statistics
"The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education." Use tools such as the College Navigator and find information about school crime and safety, dropout prevention, early childhood education, literacy, education research, etc.
OER stands for Open Educational Resources and is a site that has gathered a wide range of free educational materials including activities, videos, and textbooks from around the web. This site offers materials for preschool through graduate level students.
The official journal of the Online Learning Consortium
"The best free cultural & educational media on the web"
Free movies, language lessons, courses, books, readings, and lectures have been selected and are accessible from this site.
Educational video segments with accompanying lesson plans for K-12+, news, and professional development tutorials can be found here. After initial use, users may need to create a free account.
Resources for Educators
A collection of education related links from Detroit Public TV
Teachers (Library of Congress)
Activities, lesson plans, and themed resources which include primary sources are available. Take a look at the “Additional Resources” for links to other science and history related pages geared toward students.
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