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Moving More at School: Increasing Physical Activity Before, During and After School - The resources on this site present the best evidence available about a variety of school-based strategies for promoting physical activity. They highlight health and policy implications to make changes that will help children be active before, during and after school. (Active Living Research, October 2012)...

Enterprise Value - A useful teaching tool to help teachers teach their students economics and financial literacy, specifically, how enterprise value can help investors compare companies with different capital structures. (Investopedia, 2012) ...

Study Guides and Strategies - This Web page offers study guides and strategies meant to help learners in a number of subjects. Topics include preparing, learning, studying, reading skills, preparing for tests, taking tests, writing, math and science, and technology. The Web page also is translated into 25 languages, including Español....

Council for Economic Education (NCEE) - Among NCEE’s goals is ensuring that economic literacy becomes a priority on the national education agenda. This Web site contains links to NCEE programs and resources for teachers, parents and students. Additionally, the Council recently released a survey of the states, which details the state of economic and financial literacy in the United States....

National History Day - National History Day is a year-long education program that engages students in 6th through 12th grades in the process of discovery and interpretation of historical topics, culminating in a national contest every June. This Web site contains sections specifically for educators, parents and students....

National Directory of Early Foreign Language Programs - This directory from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics focuses on foreign language programs in grades K-8. The directory provides information such as: the number of programs in directory by state; languages taught and grade levels; class periods per week (by grade level); minutes per class period (by grade level); and schools offering foreign language instruction (by grade level). It serves as a resource for schools that are developing programs and for parents who are seeking schools that offer early language instruction....


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