Childtopia offers hundreds of interactive, educational games for kids on a subscription basis, though some games may be tested for free. The Web site, based in Spain, is available in Spanish, Catalan, Basque, English, and French.
Choice Literacy provides over 700 professionally-produced and edited video and print sources from and for literacy educators.
This brochure from Child Care Aware provides parents with important factors to consider when choosing quality child care for a child with special needs. A sample checklist is included.
Cinco Puntos Press publishes a variety of titles for children, teens, and adults, many of which originate in the Southwestern United States. Their titles include many bilingual books, CDs, early readers, and folktales.
This Microsoft Word template, created by a class at The West School in Madison, CT, takes a unique approach to teaching students how to create a newsletter.
Here you will find many templates for creating a class newsletter, or even your own class Web site. Templates are available for all grade levels, and you'll also find free clip art that you can use to enhance your project.
The California Department of Education promotes the Clearinghouse for Multilingual Documents (CMD), a secure database to assist local educators in both locating and uploading their own free parental notification documents translated into non-English langu
CAMP is the College Assistance Migrant program, a unique educational program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farmworking backgrounds succceed in college. CAMP alumni run the program website.
This resource section for guidance counselors and educators includes information on admissions, financial aid, and the counselor's role and options in advising undocumented students.
The College Board offers this interactive tool to help students learn about some key college search categories, identify their priorities, and access advice from college students and educators.