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Education Links
By staff writer, Send us the links to your favorite education sites

Help us build this page. Send us the links to your favorite education sites. Along with your recommendations send us a link back to your website and/or blog and we'll add your name and link to the suggested links you send us.

  • Affirmative Action in Education - Links/posting in defense of affirmative action.
  • - A wealth of information on herbal farming and usage.
  • CA Virtual High School -Free SAT/ACT Test Preparation materials.
  • Computing with Kids - Jinny Gudmundsen, a nationally recognized children's software expert, offers her weekly syndicated column free of charge to those who subscribe.
  • The Civil Rights Project - news/press releases of interest to parents/educators and all those working with children.
  • Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art - opened its doors November 2002.
  • Dictionary: free online English to Spanish and Spanish to English Dictionary.
  • Jay Matthews: Education Columnist - Matthews is a Washington Post education reporter. This link will take you the a list of his most recent articles. We find them all to be both informative and insightful.
  • - An online one-stop site for all things related to the Nobel Prize. Highly educational. "With more than 10,000 files and 15 million visitors in 2003 the Official Web Site of the Nobel Foundation, formerly Nobel e-Museum, now renamed at is the most complete source of information about the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Prize Winners."
  • Rachel Simmons "is an author, educator and coach helping girls and young women grow into authentic, emotionally intelligent and assertive adults." 
  • Rick Winter - Author and teacher. He's put together a very nice gateway into miriads of educational sites for families to explore.
  • - A comprehensive information portal providing answers to your questions on education, career, government and more.
  • - A site managed by author Peggy Wilber, "dedicated to the thousands of children who need to improve their reading skills, and to their parents who want to help them succeed."
  • The Textbook League - researches textbook inaccuracies. 
  • Think College - College planning site from the U.S. Dept. of Education.



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