Scholastic-This is a reading website that has tips for parents, articles, and videos.
Council of Exceptional Children-This is a professional association of educators dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities.
PBS Parents-This is a source of information on child development, early learning and expert tips on raising children. There are also educationak acrivities and games for children of all ages.
The Princeton Review-The Princeton Review offers online test preparation for SAT, ACT and graduate school entrance exams.
ChildrensMD-These are various topics by mom docs helping moms on the go.
Smart Tutor-Award-winning reading and math programs offering a free evaluation of your child's skills
Education.com-Educational games, worksheets, and more for children for free
U.S, Department of Education -This website has a plethora of information and data on America's schools, policies, financial aid, key educational issues, and ensuring equal access to education.
Parenting- Parenting tips to teach your childrent to have better manners, habits, and behaviors. You can also obtain free newsletters and educational website for children.
Strong 4 Life-Created by the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to help busy parents raise healthier families. There are articles that outline their focus and they have a newsletter.
Action for Healhty Kids-They work to create healthier schools where every child has access to safe places to play, nutritious food to eat, and healthy experienxes to help them thrive.
BabyCenter-Expert information for pregnancy and parenting
HealthyChildren.org-This is the American Association of Pediatrics Parenting Website offering a newsletter and health information on children developmentally.