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The college and university data on this site are driven and organized by quantitative data such as tuition costs, student population demographics, and degrees offered. Colleges can be searched by size, age, cost, demographics, or even by accredited online degrees.
The primary purpose of the Digest of Education Statistics is to provide a compilation of statistical information covering the broad field of American education from prekindergarten through graduate school.
Doing What Works (DWW) is a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The goal of DWW is to create an online library of resources that may help teachers, schools, districts, states and technical assistance providers implement research-based instructional practice.
This site lets users click on a state on a map of the U.S. to learn more about educational policy in that state. This resource offers information about education policy throughout the U.S. In addition, more specialized articles are linked on topics such as charter schools, STEM education, and blended learning. All articles on this site are written by a professional staff and/or guest editors under the review of the staff.
This site can be used to search many education topics. Counseling, Educational Levels, Educational Management, Educational Technology, Evaluation, Family Life, General Education, Librarianship, Reference, Specific Populations, Subjects and Teaching are the top menu topics; further subtopics are grouped under these.
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Contains descriptions of over 50 theories relevant to human learning and instruction. Each description includes the following sections: overview, application, example, principles, and references. Relationships between theories are identified by linked text within articles. These relationships can be connections between specific theories or to concepts that underlie a number of theories. Some theories also include brief video clips.
Included are specific Department of Public Instruction goals and objectives for classroom subjects and grade levels for North Carolina. The look-up service provides a convenient way for teachers, administrators, and parents to verify the instructional objectives of the Standard Course of Study at a given grade by subject area.