• Learning Express Library provides instant access to the most comprehensive collection of test-preparation tools, skill-building materials, and career resources available. It includes math, reading, and writing skills for all ages of students; preparation and practice tests for GED, college entrance, and U. S. citizenship, as well as for specific licenses such as civil service, commercial driver’s license, emergency medical technician and nursing assistants.
  • American Experience: Surviving the Dust Bowl A story of the farmers who came to the Southern Plains of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas dreaming of prosperity, and lived through ten years of drought, dust, disease and death. From WBGH
  • Images of the U.S. Dust Bowl from the Library of Congress
  • American Library Association’s Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) site has information about what other teens are reading.
  • Amusement Park Physics: What are the forces behind the fun?
  • Bill Nye (the Science Guy) has a fun and educational site.
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Congressional Youth Leadership Council (CYLC) offers educational leadership conferences for outstanding young people.
  • 4-H, a community of more than 6 million youth and adults working together for positive change.
  • Girl Scouts of the USA
  • High School Ace is a large Web site that offers information about English, math, science, history, foreign languages, health, colleges, and politics and current events — as well as games, puzzles and hobbies.
  • Junior Achievement: dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.
  • Roots & Shoots engages and inspires youth through community service and service learning.
  • Science Niche offers many different resources, guides, and even experiments for high school and college students.
  • Spelling Bee Hive: Merriam-Webster (the dictionary people) offer a variety of language resources in support of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. (The Spelling Bee’s only official resource for spelling and pronunciation is Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged.)
  • Teen Ink: Magazines, websites & books by teens.