ATE is a "center for school districts, community colleges, the private sector and UTSA to collaboratively research, design, implement and evaluate educational programs that address emerging, statewide and local educational issues associated with a growing diverse student population."
"UTSA’s Reading Place offers assistance in reading and writing to San Antonio area children. In addition, the UTSA Reading Place provides training for university students through teaching experiences and conducts research on problems in literacy learning."
"UTSA’s Teacher Education: Autism Model (TEAM) Center functions as a “teaching hospital” for training teachers to use scientifically validated procedures for teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other intellectual disabilities."
"This collection provides a list of free educational resources for K-12 students and their parents and teachers. It features free video lessons/tutorials; free mobile apps; free audiobooks, ebooks and textbooks; quality YouTube channels; free foreign language lessons; test prep materials; and free web resources in academic subjects like literature, history, science and computing."
"This is a collection of reviews of great books for kids, ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional topics."
The U.S. Census's site helps "teachers and students learn and apply statistics because we are the primary source of economic and demographic data for the U.S. and employ thousands of statistical experts."
"Curriki is an online environment created to support the development and free distribution of world-class educational materials to anyone who needs them. Our name is a play on the combination of 'curriculum' and 'wiki' which is the technology we're using to make education universally accessible."
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association, created this list of hundreds of links to commendable websites for children ages birth to 14 years old.
Founded by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, "iCivics teaches students how government works by having them experience it directly. Through our games, the player steps into any role – a judge, a member of Congress, a community activist fighting for local change, even the President of the United States – and does the job they do. Educational video games allow for concepts to happen to us. They convey information while teaching skills for effective civic engagement."
"ED was created in 1980 by combining offices from several federal agencies. ED's mission is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access."