Great Resources for Students and Parents
Most Popular Educational Resources

Dr. Math - Tutoring site that allows students to email questions and get responses 
Merriam Webster - The most comprehensive dictionary on the internet
Test Taking Survival Tips - Good tips and tricks for acing exams
Kid's Click - Search Engine for young students
Yahoo Kids - Website dedicated to youth
Encyclopedia for Kids - Free Encyclopedia for reference 
Word Whiz - Helps students build vocabulary and study skills
Color Atlas - Unique maps for geography fans

Reading Lists for Students 

Pearson Youth Reading List - Pearson Recommended 6-8th summer reading 
Book Suggestions for the Entire Family - List for great books separated by category and age range 

The Future – Getting an Early Start on Careers and College
Afforable Colleges Online - An online resource for locating affordable colleges
Explore Your Career Options - An interactive website from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics
The Princeton Review - Great test preparation and practice resources. 
Find the Right College for you - Learn about which colleges are similar to your interests and your strengths
Test Practice with Coach - Standards based test preparation for kids, parents and teachers
Students.gov - student gateway to the US Government 
Fun Educational Games
Free Rice - Quiz game where correct answers help raise money for global hunger
View the Earth from Space - View Earth from the Sun, the Moon or from any of a host of satellites in orbit. Cheap Carl’s Car Insurance Presents: The Mad Math Grand Prix – Math based racing game that helps improve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.
Be an A+ Math Ace  - Math games based on bingo and hidden pictures, and a variety of flash cards.
Fun Trivia Games - Fun interactive quizzes
Resources for Parents

http://www.pta.org - Parent Teacher Association Webpage
Great Schools.Org - A middle school parents’ preparation for college guide
Health Insurance Online - A database of health information for kids and adults
Read, Write, Think - Resources to help parents with their child’s literacy
Middle School Web Resources - Valuable information for both parents and teachers
US Dept. of Education - search for student aid resources by state

Students With Disabilities 
http://www.add.org/ - Attention Deficit Disorder Association 
http://www.ldresources.com/ - Learning Disability Resources 
http://www.ncld.org/ - National Center for Learning Disabilities 
http://www.fcsn.org/ -Federation for Children with Special Needs 
For Minority, Low-Income, First Generation Students 

http://www.educacionsuperior.org/ - education information in Spanish
http://www.uncf.org/ - United Negro College Fund 
http://www.aihec.org/ - American Indian Higher Education Consortium 
http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oela/index.html?src=mr - Department of Education/Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs

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