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American College of Education is a regionally accredited college where teachers can pursue an affordable, accessible, high quality master’s degree in one of five education programs. This highly engaging online coursework was developed by educators to ensure that it will improve your teaching practice, increase career opportunities and help you move...
 August 19, 2019
Student Paths is a free, nationally recognized showcase program designed to help students with the transition from high school to their future. Founded in 1997 by a college student, Student Paths takes a been-there-recently approach, making it fun, interesting and relevant for high school students. The Student Paths program includes a classroom pub...
 August 19, 2019
In 2010, the Cyber Innovation Center created the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center (NICERC) to advance its academic outreach and workforce development programs. NICERC focuses on three core educational aspects: For more information, please visit
   Bossier City
 August 19, 2019 contains more than 2,500 free lesson plans that are available by grade level and subject. The website is owned and operated by EdScope, L.L.C., and is recommended by the U.S. Department of Education. For more information, please visit
   Blue Springs
 August 19, 2019
Gateways to Better Education is a national organization dedicated to helping public schools appropriately and lawfully teach Judeo-Christian history, thought, and values. For more information, please visit
   Lake Forest
 August 19, 2019
Founded in 1986 by E.D. Hirsch, Jr., the Core Knowledge Foundation conducts research on curricula, develops books and materials for parents and teachers, offers workshops for teachers, and serves as the hub of a growing network of Core Knowledge schools. For more information, please visit
 August 19, 2019 is a nonprofit that connects public school teachers with people who want to support classroom projects. Propose a funding project for your classroom on the website and recruit passionate donors from across the country to contribute. For more information, please visit
   New York
 August 19, 2019
The Thomas B. Fordham Institute conducts research on elementary and secondary education reform, teacher quality, and school choice. The Institute "promotes policies that strengthen accountability and expand education options for parents and families." The Thomas B. Fordham Foundation supports the Institute and sponsors charter schools in Ohio. For...
 August 19, 2019
The Education Intelligence Agency conducts public education research, analysis and investigations. For more information, please visit
   Elk Grove
 August 19, 2019
The National Character Education Center (NCEC) is a global leader in providing educators with numerous options in Value Based Education (VBE). Values in Action! is a nationally proven award winning Character Development Program used in over 25,000 schools. For more information, please visit
   Rancho Santa Margarita
 August 19, 2019
The mission of Family & Consumer Sciences Education is to prepare students for family life, work life, and careers in Family & Consumer Sciences by providing opportunities to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors needed for: For more information, please visit
   West Lafayette
 August 19, 2019
In New York state, middle and high school agricultural education programs exist in large and small schools, and from the heart of New York City to the valleys of central New York. Agricultural education programs across the state offer relevance of core academic concepts as they are applied to the food and fiber systems and prepare students for care...
 August 19, 2019