As part of my mission as an educator, when I first started this community, I wanted to provide a place where parents, teachers, and students could get easy access to resources that would help with their own goals or the educational goals of their pupils and children. After a lot of thought, I realized that it would be easier to split the resources and dedicate this section to that objective. Feel free to bookmark, since this list will expand and I will update this area often.
Youth Mentoring Program
Writing & Editorial Youth Mentoring Program – aimed at young adults in different areas of study, aged 18-25, who want to get their feet wet in writing and editorial work.
Fastweb – a comprehensive scholarship database that also offers financial aid, student planning, career advice, and educators’ resources.
ScholarshipOwl – a scholarship database service where applicants are matched with numerous scholarships through a single application.
Scholarships.com – another thorough scholarship database where one can search for all types of scholarships. Places a strong focus on college scholarships and financial aid.
Course Hero – a platform that allows students to find (and exchange) educational resources on specific courses/subjects while getting access to tutors and supplemental materials.
Early Childhood, Family, and Teaching
PBS Kids – focus is on parenting resources, programs, and activities for children.
Sprout – offers shows, programs, and activities for young children 2–6 years old.
Common Sense Media – non-profit organization that reviews and rates overall media (movies, TV shows, apps, games) to aid families, educators, and policymakers in their decisions.
The Dove Foundation – non-profit organization that advocates for families while providing movie reviews based on Judeo-Christian values.
Plugged In – follows a biblical approach to provide reviews, articles, and discussion on the world of entertainment and pop culture.
Parent Previews – parents are the focus of this site, which aims at providing reviews and articles on movies (G, PG, PG-13) and other media that best fit their values.
Kids in Mind – a comprehensive review of movies to guide parents and caretakers in finding appropriate content for their children.
Reach Out and Read – a program implemented by medical professionals aimed at building early reading skills and literacy in children. The program runs in approximately 5,000 sites in all U.S. states.
Science Buddies – a non-profit organization that provides valuable science resources and project ideas geared toward K-12 students.