The Author Illustrator Source is a national listing of artists and writers who make school visits to enrich curriculum at all grade levels.
The Center for the Prevention of School Violence serves as a primary resource for dealing with the problem of school violence. The Center focuses on ensuring that schools are safe and secure so that every student is able to attend a school that is safe and secure, one that is free of fear and conducive to learning.
The Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives is an excellent site for information on brain diseases and disorders (alcohol and drug abuse, depression, learning disabilities, etc.).
Disciplinehelp.com - a discipline model for handling over one hundred different misbehaviors at school and home - an excellent resource.
Education Week on the Web is an excellent resource for staying up-to-date on what's happening in education.
At The Educator's Reference Desk you can access AskERIC's 2,000+ lesson plans, 3,000+ links to online education information, and 200+ question archive responses.
Eduhound - links to everything for Education K-12, divided into around 60 categories (everything from administration to clip art to holidays to worksheets).
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) makes hundreds of Internet-based education resources supported by agencies across the United States Federal government easier to find. Information covering all curriculum areas for grades K - 12.
The Gateway to Educational Materials. The key to one-stop, any-stop access to high quality lesson plans, curriculum units and other education resources on the Internet.
The Global Schoolhouse is a virtual meeting place where people of all ages and backgrounds can collaborate, interact, develop, publish, and discover educational resources.
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.
Middle Web contains middle level educational resources for parents and teachers. The site contains lots of useful information on middle school news, curriculum, assessment, parenting, professional development, etc.
KIDSNET helps children, families and educators intelligently access the educational opportunities available from television, radio and multimedia sources.
Peterson's contains a wealth of information on elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, professional degree programs, financial aid, and much more. It also allows you to apply to over 1000 undergraduate colleges using the Universal Application.
Reading Online is the electronic journal of the International Reading Association. It contains features such as What's New, Critical Issues, Developments in Literacy, Electronic Classroom, Professional Materials, Research and Search.
Tapped In allows users to log in to share experiences, find and contribute educational resources, hold real-time meetings, conduct collaborative inquiries, and meet colleagues. Membership is free to teachers, educators and researchers.
Teacher Magazine on the Web is another great resource for educators. It is a division of Education Week.
Teacher's Net contains thousands of lesson plans for all grades and subjects. It also contains a teacher chat center, reference area (with dictionaries, calculators, an encyclopedia, maps, people, news and search engines), mentors, careers, tools and web sites. You can even post your own lesson plans!
United States Department of Education site that contains links to ALL its own servers and to sites funded by the Department, as well as other valuable educational locations.
The WebQuest Page is great for developing ON-LINE projects for students (templates for project development included). Wonderful for Social Studies and English projects. Projects are group endeavors.