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Use this site from usa.gov to search across U.S. agency web pages for individual pages written for young people K through 8 on any topic.

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government, a listing of Federal websites for young people K through 12. Search by subject, agency, or age level.

Search for a public school (data collected annually) or a private school (data collected every two years).

The GLOBE Program (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment), is a worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based science and education program.

GetMyFuture is a portal to jobs and internships for students ages 16 to 24. It also contains special resources for young people who have been involved in the foster-care system, have children, are the first member of their family to go to college, have a criminal record, struggle with addiction, or need resources for housing, food support, or other assistance. 

Teachers, find problems for your classroom to solve at Challenge.gov. On this site, federal agencies are able to post their challenges and the public can offer innovative submissions to those challenges. It's free to use the site and many of the challenges offer prize awards.

Find links to practical help for teachers, prospective teachers, and homeschoolers on U.S. Department of Education teachers pages.

For Researchers

The Condition of Education with data on public and private school enrollment, attainment, and finance. 

The ERIC database for published policy and data, much of which is fulltext.

Children's Bureau page on statistics and research for data on children's education and wellbeing.

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