Cable in the Classroom provides a variety of information on improving teaching and learning in schools, at home, and in the community through the use of new technologies and engaging content.
The National Education Knowledge Industry Association (NEKIA) brings educational innovation and expertise to all communities while providing its members with leadership, policy development, advocacy, professional development, and the promotion of quality products and services.
The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource that teaches kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. NetSmartz combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids.
The American Anthropological Association has created a new interactive educational program titled RACE: Are We So Different? The website features the Game of Life Experience, in which students take a walk in someone else's shoes, as well as quizzes, timelines and other activities to help students learn about the history of racial issues in America, human variation around the world and race as a "lived experience."
A non-profit educational research and development organization that focuses on digital equity & improving learning opportunities for all students. Their website contains professional development resources and curriculum projects for students.
The George Lucas Educational Foundation is a non-profit foundation that publicizes exemplary programs in K-12 schools. Their main means of doing this is through glef.org and Edutopia, their magazine.
Grade Connect is an easy-to-use course management system that's packed with an impressive array of features proven to help teachers manage their courses more easily.