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Education and Child Development - Longview

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On the Web

Government Education Websites

  • ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center)  This service of the U.S. Department of Education indexes journal and non-journal education literature. Some full-text documents are available for free; these are often research reports and conference papers rather than journal articles.
  • National Center for Education Statistics The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the U.S. and other nations.
  • U.S. Department of Education  The Department of Education establishes policies related to federal education funding, administers distribution of funds and monitors their use; collects data and oversees research on America's schools; identifies major issues in education and focuses national attention on them; and enforces federal laws prohibiting discrimination in programs that receive federal funds.
  • Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education The Missouri Department of Education establishes policies related to state education funding, teacher licensing, and oversees that educational standards are being met in Missouri schools. 
  • USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal. In addition to information and services from the U.S. government, the site also offers links to state and local government sites. Educational topics include but are not limited to history, arts, culture, environment, energy, health nutrition, science and technology
  • Smithsonian Institution website provides information about Smithsonian research and the institution's many museums. Other online features include virtual exhibitions and the Encyclopedia Smithsonian, which offers art, design, history, science and technology education materials.

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