…"to provide guidance to parents, educators, librarians, policy-makers, and others regarding effective, empowerment strategies to assist young people in gaining the knowledge, skills, motivation, and self-control to use the Internet and other information technologies in a safe and responsible manner."
…"monthly newsletter for parents, educators and community partners involved in efforts to improve education…puts its readers in touch with resources, services and publications for increasing student learning."
…"created by parents for parents…offers homework help, parenting tips, and expert advice" for little kids (0-8), kids (8-13) and teens (14-18).
…tells how parents involvement in their child's education affects achievement, how parents can become proactive, and links to resources for specifics needs.
…is a collection of web sites evaluated by librarians and considered to be excellent recommendations for children up to and including fourteen.
…"find concrete suggestions for teaching your child to sift through information and decide what's credible, resist advertising and shows that push a packaged way of seeing the world, watch closely and think critically, and use media to create rather than consume."
…is "an effort to bring parenting skills to bear on fostering responsible money management habits in children."
…"is an Internet site where children world wide explore and communicate using new technology."
…"learn how to talk to your kids about media, gain control of the home entertainment playground, and speak out as a consumer."
…Department of Education site to encourage family involvement in education.
…fun-filled site "that helps you raise a child who is ready to learn."
Rexanne's Parent Links
…developed "to open up the Department of Education and be more responsive to the consumers of education -- Pennsylvania's parents, educators, students and taxpayers."
…provides "categorized links to all aspects of parenting."
…"guide to information on adolescent issues…[from] the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University [for] Educators, counselors, parents, researchers, health practitioners, and teens."