Education Related Sites
"Education Related Sites" submitted by SchoolGrantsfor Editorial Team and last updated on Wednesday 13th July 2011
Help students become better reporters, writers, editors, photographers, designers, desktop publishers, advertising and business staffers. Also, help advisers as well.
New York Times learning
Daily educational newspaper for students, teachers and parents
The ED News Kiosk
U.S. Department of Education news and publications site
Student Financial Assistance
The U.S. Department of Education's Student Financial Assistance site is the federal government's main information center for financial aid for students. Here you'll find definitive information about federal aid programs, including the Pell Grants, Federal Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans (FFEL), Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG), Federal Work-Study (FWS) and Federal Perkins loans.
Honorary Society for Journalists
The purpose is to encourage and recognize individual student achievement in journalism and scholastic publication.
MyEssay.com is committed to helping applicants maximize their chances of acceptance at their schools of choice. By incorporating cutting edge technology with the expertise of former admissions officers and skilled editors, myEssay.com provides an invaluable service to all applicants.
Provides steps to writing a winning college essay. Receive help on SAT & ACT tests. Find ways to pay for college.
PLATO is a computer-based instructional system designed to enhance the learning process and help adolescent and adult learners reach their fullest potential.
Provides essay help on being accepted for College, Medical, MBA, Law and Grad school for a fee.
UCLA College Choice
Provides links to Colleges and Universities, testing information, paying for college and other valuable resources for College.
Georgia Technology Authority
Our scholarship program offers applicants an opportunity to receive up to $30,000 for college expenses. The requirements involve applicants completing a 21-week training program, become certified as a law enforcement officer, and serve four years with a GA agency.
Scholarship search, find ways to further educational opportunities.