|Various groups in the Federal government offer programs to support teaching and learning at the P-12 levels. Below is a collection of those resources. |
Kids.gov is the U.S.
government's official web portal to all federal, state, and local
government web resources and educational resources for kids, parents and
Library of Congress
- For Educators
- Ready to use tools for teaching with documents, a tool to create your
own interactives, and an online community for collaboration are all
available to support teaching with documents.
- Professional Development
- Training for teachers includes workshops, videoconferences, summer
institutes, and collaborations that are all designed to to provide you
with the methods and materials to teach with the primary resources from
the National Archives.
- For Students
- National History Day
- This collection of resources comes from the federal, regional and
state level to help all students learn through this project format.
- Sign the Declaration of Independence
- This interactive site (Flash required) gives students the opportunity
to experience the power of freedom and democracy by adding their names
to the original signatures on this historic document.
Government Printing Office
- Federal Digital System - Provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government
- GPO Mobile - Mobile apps to meet the increasing need for people to access government information on mobile devices.
National Parks Service
Federal Aviation Administration - FAA Home Page
Internal Revenue Service - IRS Home Page
WGBH - Boston
WGBH, Boston's public television network, provides Open Vault, a searchable data base of programs, documentaries, interviews and other resources produced for public television viewing.
If you have ideas of additional programs that should be included on this page, feel free to contact Cara Hagen at email@example.com or Mary Mehsikomer at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're always looking for more ideas.