is web directory about education. We provide websites related to educational testing, K-12, special education, home schooling, test preparation, languages learning and tutoring.


Tells who the agency is and what is does. Includes an introduction to the mentoring program, a participant's area, and a list of printed materials available for sale.
Committed to facilitating quality education for all kindergarten children. Sites includes information on conferences, grants, publications, current legislation, and membership.
Provides Head Start services to income eligible children ages 3-5 and their families in the Columbus, Ohio area. Includes mission statement, program information, and contact numbers.
Private, nonprofit agency provides services for young children and their families, as well as training for early childhood and early intervention professionals. Site provides an overview of both services and training, as a brief history of the agency.
Focus is on early childhood care, education research, and advocacy for the publicly-funded, universally accessible, comprehensive, not-for-profit system of early childhood care and education in Canada. Site includes research, resource, and policy links.
A nonprofit early childhood center in Portland, OR.
A non-profit organization to promote the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development of young children. Site includes mission statement, list of accomplishments, code of ethics, and membership information.
Campaign sponsored by the Chicago Accreditation Partnership to educate people about accreditation and how it can help improve the quality of child care available to low-income families. Includes listing of accredited centers, calendar of events and related articles.
Information and resources on the education and care of children from birth through early adolescence.
The Froebel Foundation USA was established in January 2001 to promote the educational ideas of Friedrich Froebel to the world at large and preserve the history the U.S. kindergarten movement.
Serves the needs and rights of young children by providing educational services and resources to adults who work with and for them. Site includes monthly newsletter, calendar of upcoming events, resource library, and membership and scholarship information.
Provides information to the Head Start community. Includes publication guide, schedule of upcoming conferences, printable materials, and online guides.
Recruits, trains, supervises, and supports college students to work with early childhood programs such as Head Start. News, locations, and volunteer opportunities.
Provides articles related to child develepment and early childhood education and e-mail discussion list for early childhood issues.
Located at Portland State University. Providing a career development system for early childhood practitioners.