The Best 210 Websites To Help Teachers Make Learning Fun

Teaching is hard. Learning is even harder.

There are thousands of websites devoted to helping both. Below is a somewhat boiled down list of the best websites that are working to make education better.

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Edupoint
(http://www.edupoint.com)
Software systems for the management of K12 school districts.
dataMetrics Software
(http://www.testwiz.com)
Products and services for viewing and tracking multiple assessment results for K12 schools.
CDI
(http://cdicomputers.com)
Resources from a leading distributor of refurbished brand name computers to the educational market.
Brainchild
(http://brainchild.com)
Products to engage and tutor students for increasing scores on state tests.
AlertNow
(http://alertnow.com)
High-speed communications services for delivering voice, e-mail and emergency messages in K12 school communities.
My Young Child
(http://myyoungchild.org)
Online stories for promoting and teaching values to children.
Video Furniture International
(http://www.video-furn.com)
Furniture designed for videoconference and multimedia applications, including carts and media centers.
NetSupport School
(http://www.netsupportschool.com)
Management software for teachers to instruct, monitor and interact with students in groups and individually.
ClassWish
(http://classwish.org)
Services for donating tax-deductible wish list materials to teachers and school leaders at no cost.
SchoolReach
(http://www.schoolreach.com)
Web-based services for delivering phone or text messages to parents, students and staff.
eInstruction
(http://www.einstruction.com)
Interactive teaching, learning and assessment technology and services.
Knowledge Delivery Systems
(http://www.kdsi.org)
Online professional development programs for teachers, districts and states.
Education Commission of the States
(http://www.ecs.org)
Equipping education leaders and advancing effective public policy and practice.
Council of Chief State School Officers
(http://www.ccsso.org)
Collective state action for transforming public education in strategic areas.
National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future
(http://nctaf.org)
Strategies and resources for providing every child with a 21st century education.
Success for All Foundation
(http://www.successforall.org)
Academic achievement programs for elementary/middle school students from all backgrounds.
Educational Records Bureau
(http://www.erblearn.org)
Improving learning through pre-K-12 testing programs and services.
ARAMARK Education
(http://www.aramarkschools.com)
Partnering with school districts nationwide to provide food and nutrition services.
StudentEdge
(http://www.studentedge.com)
A free online college and career planning center for high school students.
TeachAde
(http://www.teachade.com)
A social networking site designed specifically for educators.
KidsWrite
(http://www.kidswrite.com)
An online writing and publishing community for developing literacy, communication and technology skills.
DonorsChoose.org
(http://www.donorschoose.org)
An online charity for connecting donors to classrooms in need.
American Memory
(http://americanmemory.gov)
Free access to multimedia collections from the Library of Congress that document the American experience.
VocabSushi
(http://www.vocabsushi.com)
A free online vocabulary-building program, with real-world contextual examples.
Inigral
(http://www.inigral.com)
Turn-key online social media solutions for schools.
EdWorks
(http://www.edworks.com)
Partnering with schools, districts and states to provide effective long-term high school improvement solutions.
Schoolwires
(http://www.schoolwires.com)
Strategic Web site and community management solutions for K12 education.
PublicSchoolWORKS
(http://www.publicschoolworks.com)
A fully-automated Web-based safety and regulatory compliance program for schools.
It’s Learning
(http://www.itslearning.net)
“Software as a service” tools for students and teachers to collaborate, plan and deliver educational experiences.
OnCourse Systems for Education
(http://www.oncoursesystems.com)
Automating school processes from lesson planning and grading to discipline.
YouniversityTV
(http://www.youniversitytv.com)
Online college video tours and related resources.
HotChalk
(http://www.hotchalk.com)
A Web learning environment and resources for teachers, students and parent to improve K12 education.
Teachinghistory.org
(http://www.teachinghistory.org)
Resources and materials to help K12 teachers improve U.S. history education.
College.gov
(http://www.college.gov)
Information and resources on planning, preparing and paying for post-secondary education.
Campus Explorer
(http://www.campusexplorer.com)
A college matching service with multimedia information on more than 6,000 schools.
Cramster
(http://www.cramster.com)
A free online study community for high school homework help in math and science
TeleParent
(http://www.teleparent.net)
Automated multiple language notification services to increase school-home communications in K12 districts.
Pew Internet & American Life Project
(http://www.pewinternet.org)
Reports from a nonprofit research organization that explores the impact of the Internet on America and the world.
ClassConnection.org
(http://www.classconnection.org)
Free Web sites for teachers, sports teams and parent-teacher organizations.
National Association for Multicultural Education
(http://www.nameorg.org)
Resources for individuals and groups in all academic disciplines and at all levels.
Adaptive Curriculum
(http://www.adaptivecurriculum.com)
An online system for enhancing teaching and learning in mathematics and science for teachers and students in the middle grades.
PublicSchoolWorks
(http://www.publicschoolworks.com)
A Web-based safety and regulatory compliance program built specifically for public schools.
The Forum for Education and Democracy
(http://www.forumforeducation.org)
A platform for promoting public education worthy of a democracy, with strong schools, equity of resources and an involved citizenry.
Web Wise Kids
(http://www.webwisekids.org)
Resources for educating parents, students and communities on Internet safety and preventing online predatory behavior.
National Council on Teacher Quality
(http://www.nctq.org)
A nonpartisan research and advocacy group committed to restructuring the teaching profession.
Local School Directory
(http://www.localschooldirectory.com)
A free site for obtaining basic public and private school information.
KidsGardening
(http://www.kidsgardening.org)
Programs and initiatives for plant-based education in schools and communities across the nation.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
(http://www.publiccharters.org)
Policies and resources promoting charter schools as public education options.
Lesson Planet
(http://lessonplanet.com)
Searchable K12 lesson plans reviewed and rated by teachers in every content area, links to state standards, and related curriculum tools.
Engrade
(http://www.engrade.com)
Free Web-based tools for managing online classes and providing information to students and parents.
TechMatrix
(http://www.techmatrix.org)
An online tool for finding educational and assistive technology products for students with special needs.
iCue
(http://www.icue.com)
An innovative learning environment built around video from the NBC News Archives.
The Center for Education Reform
(http://www.edreform.com)
Advocating for school choice and advancing the charter school movement.
National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training
(http://www.nctet.org)
A membership organization for examining and supporting the use of technology to improve education and training.
Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration
(http://www.cilc.org)
Advancing education through videoconferencing and other collaborative technologies.
The Free Dictionary
(http://www.thefreedictionary.com)
Comprehensive dictionaries in multiple languages with an integrated reference library and research tools.
Assistive Technology Industry Association
(http://www.atia.org)
A collective voice for delivering the best products and services to people with disabilities of all ages.
Alliance for Excellent Education
(http://www.all4ed.org)
An action site for encouraging the development and implementation of national policies for dropout prevention and high school reform.
American School Counselor Association
(http://www.schoolcounselor.org)
Professional support for counselors to help students gain academic and social success in school.
FinAid
(http://www.finaid.org)
A free comprehensive source of information, advice and tools for securing student financial aid.
FastWeb
(http://www.fastweb.com)
Helping students and their families find scholarship money and learn how to get it.
Peterson’s
(http://www.petersons.com)
Search tools for colleges and universities, with related resources to help students find the right school.
SchoolWorld
(http://www.schoolworld.com)
Products and services in building Web solutions for education organizations and professionals.
CampusCompare
(http://www.campuscompare.com)
Tools, resources and profiles to facilitate college search and selection.
Democracy Web
(http://www.democracyweb.org)
Resources on political rights and civil liberties around the world, for history, social studies and political science teachers.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
(http://www.nctm.org)
Vision, leadership and professional development supporting mathematics education for all students.
CollegeClickTV
(http://www.collegeclicktv.com)
Streamed video content from students, faculty, staff and others, about colleges and universities across the United States.
Big Universe
(http://www.biguniverse.com)
A Web community for parents, teachers and authors, devoted to reading, creating and recommending children’s picture books.
Kids.gov
(http://kids.gov)
The official kids’ Web portal of the U.S. government, with links to resources for students and educators.
American Labor Studies Center
(http://labor-studies.org)
Creating, collecting and disseminating labor-related K12 curriculum materials and resources nationwide.
National School Transportation Association
(http://www.yellowbuses.org)
Resources to make transportation safe, efficient and affordable for the nation’s schools.
National Food Service Management Institute
(http://nfsmi.org)
Information and services to promote the improvement of child nutrition programs, including school meals.
Reading Rockets
(http://www.readingrockets.org)
Accurate and accessible information on how to teach children to read, and help those who struggle.
Digital Wish
(http://www.digitalwish.com)
A public charity for donating funds and purchasing wish list technology items to help modernize American classrooms.
Schools to Watch
(http://www.schoolstowatch.org)
A national forum dedicated to improving schools for adolescents across the country.
InterSchola
(http://www.interschola.com)
Commercial services to help schools sell surplus inventory and generate cash.
Gateway to 21st Century Skills
(http://thegateway.org)
Discussions related to learning through Web 2.0 technologies, and free access to 50,000 educational resources.
4Teachers.org
(http://www.4teachers.org)
Tools and resources to help K12 teachers integrate technology into classrooms.
The JASON Project
(http://www.jason.org)
Exploration and discovery resources to promote learning in science, math and technology.
FundingFactory
(http://www.fundingfactory.com)
Education fund-raising through recycling used printer cartridges and cell phones from the community.
Project Tomorrow
(http://www.tomorrow.org)
Resources and services to prepare today’s students to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders and engaged citizens.
Global SchoolNet
(http://www.globalschoolnet.org)
Collaborative online learning projects that link students, teachers and parents across the world.
Teachers.net
(http://teachers.net)
Web-based K12 teacher communities, with discussion groups, chatboards, online meetings and curriculum resources.
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
(http://www.gilderlehrman.org)
Free access to primary source documents and educational resources from all eras of American history.
Crayola
(http://www.crayola.com)
Creative art ideas, techniques and activities for kids, parents and educators.
ThinkQuest
(http://www.thinkquest.org)
Web-based project learning competitions for students and teachers across the globe.
United Nations Cyberschoolbus
(http://cyberschoolbus.un.org)
Teaching and learning materials and activities to promote global understanding.
Smarter Kids Foundation
(http://www.smarterkids.org)
Grants, research and resources to support the classroom use of interactive whiteboard technologies.
LeapFrog School
(http://www.leapfrogschool.com)
Curriculum resources from a leading developer of interactive teaching and learning tools.
United States Distance Learning Association
(http://usdla.org)
Information and leadership resources to support distance education at every level.
The Math Forum @ Drexel
(http://mathforum.org)
A leading resource center for mathematics and mathematics education, to support teaching and learning at every level.
Houghton Mifflin Education Place
(http://www.eduplace.com)
Curriculum resources in every content area for elementary school teachers, students and their parents.
Music Education Online
(http://www.childrensmusicworkshop.com)
A comprehensive collection of online instrumental and vocal education resources.
National Transcript Center
(http://www.transcriptcenter.com)
Online services to improve the efficiency, reliability, cost, and security of academic transcript exchange.
Xpeditions
(http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions)
National Geographic maps, lesson plans and activities to support national geography standards in classrooms.
Great Explorations in Math and Science
(http://www.lhsgems.org)
Programs and resources to advance inquiry-based elementary school science and math..
U. S. News/Education
(http://www.usnews.com/sections/education)
News, teaching and learning activities that connect educators and students to the world.
National Alliance of Black School Educators
(http://www.nabse.org)
A premier nonprofit organization for furthering the academic success of children, particularly of African descent.
LD OnLine
(http://ldonline.org)
A leading Web site on learning disabilities and ADHD students.
AdLit
(http://www.adlit.org)
All about adolescent literacy for parents and educators.
Achieve.org
(http://www.achieve.org)
Helping states benchmark academic standards, tests and accountability systems with the best examples in the world.
National Environmental Education Foundation
(http://www.neefusa.org)
Trusted knowledge, resources, and opportunities to improve lives and the health of our planet for children and adults.
AutoSkill International
(http://www.autoskill.com)
Intervention software solutions and resources to help at-risk students succeed in reading and math.
A+ American Education Corporation
(http://www.amered.com)
Resources from a leading provider of research-based core curriculum software at every level.
The Children’s Partnership
(http://www.childrenspartnership.org)
Resources for expanding child advocacy to new issues and audiences
Practical Money Skills for Life
(http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com)
Money management resources for students, parents and educators.
National Center for Technology Innovation
(http://nationaltechcenter.org)
Advancing learning for all students, with a special focus on individuals with disabilities.
Funds For Learning
(http://www.fundsforlearning.com)
Solutions and support services from a leading E-rate compliance firm.
Teachscape
(http://www.teachscape.com)
Professional learning programs to create sustained change in teaching practice and improve student outcomes.
The New York Times Learning Network
(http://www.nytimes.com/learning)
News-based teaching and learning resources in every content area for grades 3 through 12.
Northwest Evaluation Association
(http://www.nwea.org)
Resources to help districts develop and maintain comprehensive assessment programs to improve instruction and learning.
The Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition
(http://wsjclassroom.com)
Business, economics and finance resources for students and teachers.
Cable in the Classroom
(http://www.ciconline.org)
Fostering the use of cable content and technology to expand and enhance K12 learning.
International Technology Education Association
(http://www.iteaconnect.org)
Professional resources to promote and enhance K12 technology education.
HomeworkSpot
(http://www.homeworkspot.com)
A comprehensive K12 homework information portal for every curriculum area.
Triangle Coalition for Science and Technology Education
(http://www.triangle-coalition.org)
Resources from education, business and government to improve education in science, mathematics and technology.
ETS
(http://www.ets.org)
Evaluation resources to help educators find new ways to advance learning through assessments.
STI
(http://www.sti-k12.com)
News, information and user conferences from a provider of data management solutions for K12 districts.
Soliloquy Learning
(http://www.soliloquylearning.com)
Resources supporting a computer-based reading tutor that develops vocabulary, comprehension and fluency.
eChalk
(http://www.echalk.com)
Online communication tools to support teaching, learning and leadership.
TeacherTube
(http://www.teachertube.com)
An online community for sharing K12 school-related videos.
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Forum on Educational Accountability
(http://www.edaccountability.org)
Expanding and advancing ideas to improve federal education policy.
TeachAde
(http://www.teachade.com)
A social networking site designed specifically for educators.
School Wishes
(http://www.schoolwishes.org)
“Wish lists” for supporting local K12 schools with non-cash donations.
Mathcounts
(http://mathcounts.org)
A national enrichment, coaching and competition program to promote middle school mathematics.
Build Green Schools
(http://www.buildgreenschools.org)
Creating school environments that save energy, resources and money.
International Baccalaureate
(http://www.ibo.org)
Programs of international education for a worldwide community of schools.
Consortium for School Networking
(http://www.cosn.org)
Initiatives and leadership resources promoting the use of telecommunications to improve K12 education.
Social Studies School Service
(http://socialstudies.com)
New and notable Web sites and activities selected by a supplier of supplementary resources.
Education World
(http://www.education-world.com)
A searchable guide to Web-based education resources in every content area, for K12 teachers, students and administrators.
The Yuckiest Site on the Internet
(http://yucky.discovery.com)
The science behind blackheads, barfing, belching and other kid-appealing topics.
Google for Educators
(http://www.google.com/educators)
Tools and information pertinent to teaching, and an online professional community.
School Nutrition Association
(http://www.schoolnutrition.org)
Advancing the availability, quality and acceptance of nutrition programs in schools.
Business Tools for Better Schools
(http://www.biztools4schools.org)
Resources to engage companies and business organizations in school reform.
Thinkfinity
(http://www.thinkfinity.org)
K12 literacy, education and technology resources (formerly called Marco Polo).
Council for Educational Facility Planners
(http://www.cefpi.org)
Resources for facilitating creative and responsible planning, design, construction and renovation of schools.
National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
(http://www.edfacilities.org)
Information on planning, designing, funding, building, improving, and maintaining schools.
LibraryThing
(http://www.librarything.com)
A service for people to catalog their books online, and connect with others interested in the same works.
ePals
(http://www.epals.com)
The world’s largest K12 online learning community.
National Association of Elementary School Principals
(http://www.naesp.org)
Professional resources and services for elementary and middle school administrators.
The Internet Public Library
(http://www.ipl.org)
Online education resources and references for young people, selected by library media specialists.
Center for Teaching Quality
(http://www.teachingquality.org)
Policies and programs to support the recruitment, retention and development of high quality teachers in schools.
CNN Education
(http://www.cnn.com/education)
CNN-sponsored news and information resources for students and teachers.
PE Central
(http://www.pecentral.org)
A premier health and physical education site for teachers, parents and students.
National Association of Secondary School Principals
(http://www.nassp.org)
Professional resources and services for middle and high school administrators.
American Association of School Administrators
(http://www.aasa.org)
Resources to support and develop district leaders for quality public education.
Funschool
(http://funschool.kaboose.com)
Interactive online games, activities and curriculum materials for pre-school through grade six
Academic Benchmarks
(http://www.academicbenchmarks.com)
Searchable state education standards from a leading provider of K12 alignment tools and services.
Administrators.Net
(http://administrators.net)
Online opportunities to network with K12 administrators around the world, and related resources. For testing
National Center for Technology Planning
(http://www.nctp.com)
Technology planning resources at school, district, state, regional and national levels.
Youth Leadership Initiative
(http://www.youthleadership.net)
Resources to encourage student interest and participation in the American political process.
NComputing
(http://www.ncomputing.com)
Multi-user computing solutions for organizations and schools.
National Urban Alliance for Effective Education
(http://www.nuatc.org)
A network of consultants who provide professional development to improve classroom instruction.
National Association of School Resource Officers
(http://www.nasro.org)
Resources to help law enforcement officers better serve assigned schools and their communities.
K12
(http://www.k12.com)
Curriculum programs that combine online technology and traditional core content in language arts, math, science, history and the arts.
Bus Radio
(http://www.busradio.com)
An interactive site for students from a service that delivers age appropriate programming for school bus commutes.
Center for Implementing Technology in Education
(http://www.cited.org)
Curriculum access for special needs students through accomodations and assistive technologies.
PaySchools
(http://www.payschools.com)
An online payment processing system for collecting school-related fees.
My Payment Network
(http://www.mypaymentnetwork.com)
Online payment services to collect fees for organizations and K12 schools.
Getting Parents Involved
(http://www.gettingparentsinvolved.com)
Activities for parents, aides and school volunteers to help increase student achievement.
Web Dialogues
(http://www.webdialogues.net)
Online conversations among members of the public, students, content experts and policymakers.
Pokemon Learning League
(http://www.pokemonlearningleague.com)
Standards-based interactive animated lessons for elementary schools.
KidsKnowIt
(http://www.kidsknowit.com)
Free learning resources developed by teachers, parents and content experts.
KidsKnowIt Network
(http://www.kidsknowit.com)
Free learning resources developed by teachers, parents and content experts.
Teach With Movies
(http://www.teachwithmovies.com)
K12 lesson plans and learning guides for more than 250 movies.
Road of Life
(http://www.roadoflife.org)
Better health decisions for all phases of a child’s life.
Healthopedia
(http://www.healthopedia.com)
A medical and health consumer information resource on more than 1,500 topics.
IWASwondering.org
(http://www.iwaswondering.org)
A project of the National Academy of Sciences to showcase the accomplishments of women in science.
RedZee Search
(http://www.redzee.com)
A “family-safe” online search engine.
StateMaster
(http://www.statemaster.com)
A statistical database for comparing U. S. states according to several thousand criteria.
National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future
(http://nctaf.org)
Creating strong learning communities and supporting professional careers.
Legal Guide for Bloggers
(http://www.eff.org/bloggers)
Resources on bloggers’ rights from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Imbee
(http://www.imbee.com)
A secure social networking and blogging destination for kids.
eCybermission
(http://www.ecybermission.org)
A Web-based science, math and technology competition for 6th through 9th grade teams.
Education Atlas
(http://educationatlas.com)
A comprehensive guide to education-related Web sites, sorted by content area.
Education Atlas
(http://educationatlas.com)
A comprehensive guide to education sites on the Web, sorted by content area.
VirtualJobShadow.com
(http://virtualjobshadow.com)
Online career education tools for students and job seekers.
The Creative Connections Project
(http://www.ccproject.org)
Linking K-12 classrooms with partner classes in other countries for cross-cultural understanding.
Teachers Support Network
(http://www.teacherssupportnetwork.com)
Resources to help school districts recruit and retain high quality teachers.
Califone
(http://www.califone.com)
Resources related to the use of digital audio-visual and computer multimedia products in schools.
Smithsonian Kids
(http://smithsonian.kids.us)
High-interest educational resources for students to explore and learn online.
Visual Math Learning
(http://www.visualmathlearning.com)
Lessons and activities for teaching math concepts through visualization.
AT&T Solutions for Education
(http://att.com/edu)
Case studies, white papers and solutions targeted to technology challenges in schools.
UNICEF
(http://www.unicef.org)
Resources targeted to nurturing and caring for children throughout the world.
Center for Online Educators
(http://www.educatoronline.org)
Resources to educate, connect, renew and inspire online teachers.
Podcast Alley
(http://www.podcastalley.com)
A directory of Podcasts and related resources, including an online forum.
SchoolSpan
(http://www.schoolspan.com)
Technology and services for the development and management of K-12 Web sites.
ASEE Engineering K12 Center
(http://www.engineeringk12.org)
Resources for K-12 students and educators from the American Society for Engineering Education.
LearnOutLoud.com
(http://www.learnoutloud.com)
A searchable online guide to more than 10,000 audio and video learning products.
BEEweb.org
(http://beeweb.org)
Multi-player activities for students in spelling, geography and math.
LearntobeHealthy.org
(http://www.learntobehealthy.org)
Health science education activities for educators and students.

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