|2005 National Education Summit on High Schools|
Organized by the National Governors Association. During the Summit, participants will address recommendations in five broad areas: Restoring value to the high school diploma; Redesigning the American high school; Giving high schools the excellent teachers and principals they need; Setting goals, measuring progress, and holding high schools and colleges accountable; and Streamlining and improving education governance.
|American School Directory|
Directory of 108,000 K-12 schools in the United States.
|Americans for Better Education Survey|
Survey data and summary showing public support for the No Child Left Behind law of 2002. (January 5, 2004)
Resource from the J. Paul Getty Trust to support the needs of the K-12 arts education community focused on helping arts educators, teachers, museum educators, and others using the arts in their curriculum.
|Community Education Partners (CEP)|
Works with communities and school districts to teach disruptive, low-performing kids. Now in Houston, Dallas and Philadelphia.
|Council for Basic Education|
Independent non-profit, membership organization that promotes a curriculum strong in the basic subjects for all children in the nation's elementary and secondary public schools.
Capsule descriptions of each US public school by state and district, with address, phone number, grade levels, and demographics.
|ED NCES: Common Core of Data (CCD)|
Search for data on school nationwide. Comprehensive, annual, national statistical database of information concerning all public elementary and secondary schools and school districts.
|eRate Solutions, LLC|
Kansas-based consulting firm assisting schools and libraries in several states with federal E-rate program applications.
|Forte International Exchange Association|
International non-profit program that places high school exchange students throught the United States. Online application forms for students and host families. In English, Spanish, and Chinese.