This page is designed to help you find Internet resources in general and international education. Its purpose is to serve as a starting point -- a guide to selected resources -- rather than a comprehensive list.
Prepared by the LC Federal Research Division, each book in this series deals with a particular country, describing and analyzing its political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions. Updated irregularly.
An organized approach to using many of the resources provided by the Library of Congress, including their online Digital Collections. Also includes professional development for classroom teachers, and lesson plans.
From the Discovery Channel, resources (including lesson plans) for teaching science, social studies, language arts, and humanities to grades K-12. The programming themes cross curricular subjects and cover literature, sciences, and social studies.
Designed to help identify, develop, and implement public policies to improve student learning at all levels. Designed to help find out what states are doing, what research is being done, and where to go for more information.
Source for all federally-sponsored, education-related projects, services, and products. See especially data reports from the National Center for Educational Statistics (Education Statistics link at the bottom of the page).