The National Archives web site provides a web portal to United States historical collections, online historical indexes, and online digitized historical information for the United States.
This is the federal government's main resource to education information including educational documents from ERIC.
This is the web site of the Library of Congress, which is the research arm for Congress and is responsible for preserving the cultural history of the United States.
The NCES web site provides statistics relating to education in the United States at all levels of the education system including statistics about individual school districts.
The National Center for Education Statistics Datalab allows users to use existing data including raw data to create customized data sets and/or cross tabulations of variables.
The Directory is intended to help you identify and contact organizations that provide information and assistance on a broad range of education-related topics.
This site presented by the National Center for Education Statistics provides information about colleges and universities throughout the United states that would help prospective students in their selection process.
This site provides online access to the indicators, analyses and statistics relevant to the educational system of the United States taken from the print publication.
The site provides online access to this statistical publication which provides information about the education system in the United States.
This site provides online access to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance a comprehensive guide to grants and assistance available from the United States government.
This is the web portal for monetary assistance and grants available from the United States government.
This site is a web portal to government information for children.
This site provides links to publications containing data and statistics related to Special Education in the United States.
ERIC provides access to the full text of government-sponsored educational research documents, often referred to as "ED documents".