Education / Learning

Selected sites for popular topics

Below we list one highly recommended site for several of our most popular topics. See the list on the left for a complete listing of topics. Click on a topic for a list of several sites.


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Site offers a substantial amount of technical applied research on parental involvement in schools, including surveys. List of links lead to articles about parent involvement in education, which contain also contain recent statistics pertaining to education.

CYFERNet Evaluation offers early childhood education and preschool resources such as practical evaluation tools, articles, research papers, and courses. This site also offers links to related websites on program evaluation.

This site provides a substantial amount of research-based, parent-friendly information through childcare, early childhood education and preschool resources, especially as it relates to the transition to kindergarten.

The Safe and Responsive Schools Project aims at school safety and violence prevention through comprehensive planning, parent and community involvement, and more. Anger management techniques for kids are provided, along with a variety of publications, a web forum, and other resources.

The National Association for the Education of Young Children provides resources for preschool educators. Early childhood and preschool resources explore child care and the quality of early education programs. The site also features suggested reading lists and policy information.

The National Association for the Education of Young Children provides resources for preschool educators. Early childhood and preschool resources explore child care and the quality of early education programs. The site also features suggested reading lists and policy information.

Provides policy/advocacy advice on child care, affordable day care and after-school activities. This journal article uses research and statistics to support its views on how to keep children safe and help them learn while their families work.