This is a hopefully helpful and ever uncompleted list of sources that can help with everyday school work. Please use it and help us updating it through letting us know, which sites do not exist anymore or which ones are missing. If you submit a new site, please add a little description.
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General Social Studies Math, Science, Technology
Language Art and Music Health

PBS Teacher resources and lesson plans. Always great ideas and useful material
Encyclopedia Britannica Helpful, useful reference
Fedstats A gateway to statistics from over 100 government agencies
New York Public Library It's the New York Public Library
Library of Congress It's the Library of Congress
High School Hub A nicely organized collection of sites relating to major subject areas, like math, history, sciences, English, and languages
Study Web a directory of Web sites organized by academic subject. Each listed site is rated according to its suitability for various grade levels and the amount of visual content the site offers.
Regents Exam Help Help with English, Math, Global, US History, Bio, Earth Science, Chemistry and Physics exams. Sample questions, strategies, outlines of each course, etc.
Board of Education For your basic interests
NetDayCompass One of many services that offer links to other sites with many lesson plans for all kind of subjects and grades
World Factbook Socio-economic data, population statistics, area maps, collected by the CIA
References I MIT sponsored collection of links to dictionaries, legal and medical resources, U.S. government, computer resources, and weather
ReferencesII Links to Webster's, Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, "Elements of Style" and others
Lesson plans I Askeric, a pretty good and reliable tool to find lesson plans and resources
Lesson plans II A lesson plan search engine: thegateway
Lesson plans III Another one
Social Studies
Library of Congress Country Studies Description and Analysis of political, economic and social situation and relationships in many countries
Census Bureau  
National Women's History Project Also has many links to other sites
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Part of the New York Public Library
The American Social History Project Additional information which one would have to dig for to find it anywhere else
Americam Memory Page  
History Matters  
American Memory This one is compiled by the Library of Congress. Five categories: Prints & Photos; Documents; Motion Pictures; Maps; Sound Recordings
East Asian Libraries Cooperative Research material about East Asia
Math, Science and Technology
Eisenhower Clearinghouse for Math and Science Great starting point for either Math or Science
The Smithsonian Information about the museum and its collections
NASA There is always interessting stuff to find
Exploratorium Contains online exhibits, cool stuff
National Geographic  
How Stuff Works cool site, try it
Interactive Mathematics Program  
NCTM The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Math Archives Hosted by the University of Tennessee it features: topics in math, software, teacing materials and links to other math-related sites
ISTE Tech Curriculum and more
U.S. Department of Education, Educational Technology Research and articles
Classroom Connect  
NY Tech Forum NY On-line community, by and for educators, in the making, supported by our superintendancy
Webopedia great source to learn about Technology
WebTeacher How-to's, tutorials and lesson plans on a wide array of Tech topics
Family PC A magazine we have in the library. All kinds of interesting topics
Digital Age If you want to learn about digital equipment and how to use it
Grammar Lady covers a wide array of grammar and language topics
Researchpapers Ideas, writing tips and how to structure the whole thing
Writing tips  
Art and Music

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