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K-12 Online Learning Resources for Students and Parents: Educational Resources for Teens
This guide provides gateway to online learning resources for kids, teens, and parents.
A general site about the Supreme Court, its history and decisions both past and present. It has links to bios of past and present Justices as well as other information about their decisions and the Court in general.
Find interesting quizzes, practice, homework help and other materials to keep you occupied; or fun facts, games, puzzles and other cool stuff to make this subject something to be enjoyed rather than dreaded. Have some fun while learning some key skills Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and other categories.
Has basic daily and weekly forecasts searchable by place name or zip code. There are also links to articles about weather. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for links to resources for teachers and students.
Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights information on youth and tobacco; clean indoor air as a youth protection strategy; tobacco industry "prevention" programs; and research on effectiveness of restricting youth access to tobacco.
The Encyclopedia of Psychology is intended to facilitate browsing in any area of psychology. The information on this site is to be used for informational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking qualified professional care for the diagnosis, treatment, and care of medical or psychiatric disorders.
An information sources for mental health information, and providing annotated guides to useful websites, newsgroups, and mailing lists online today in mental health, psychology, social work, and psychiatry.
An interactive map of slavery’s end during the American Civil War. It finds patterns in the collapse of southern slavery, mapping the interactions between federal policies, armies in the field, and the actions of enslaved men and women on countless farms and city blocks.