Web Sites and Link
Association of Mathematics Teachers of NY State (AMTNYS)Helps keeps K-12 educators informed of changes related to the NY standards and assessments; ensures better coordination of all activities in the State; affords a medium of exchange of view regarding teaching methods.
Class TripsA comprehensive directory of day and over night class trips for grades Pre-K through 12. Class trips can be searched by curriculum area, grade of students, or location.
Classical Association of the Empire State (CAES)A not-for-profit professional association of teachers and professors of ancient Greek and Latin in New York. Features audio-visual links, grant information, projects, and the Garamond Latin font package.
Cornell Cooperative ExtensionAn educational system that enables people to improve their lives and communities through partnerships that put experience and research knowledge to work. Includes course goals and general information.
E-Rate CentralAn educational telecom site offering e-rate news and commentary and dedicated to simplifying the e-rate program for schools, libraries and vendors. The site provides information on next steps, discount rate optimization, audits and vendor coordination.
Francis Virtual SchoolOnline courses for students seeking a New York high school diploma.
Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC)State agency that helps people pay for college by administering the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)and guaranteeing student loans.
Management Advocates for School Labor RelationsInformation aimed at assisting school management in labor relation and personnel issues.
Math Regents Exam PrepFree online tutorials for high school algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, in preparation for New York High School Regents Examination.
New York BeaconsOrganizatin supporting accessible technology for teachers and others who work with students with disabilities. Includes information on accommodations for statewide testing and links to member schools.
New York Educational EmploymentIncludes job listings, resume services, and state profile information.
New York History Net: State History Interest ProgramSHIP is a statewide program for middle and high school students interested in the history of the state.
New York Learns: Postsecondary EducationState-provided information about institutions, degree programs, college applications, financial aid, and career planning for New York students, parents, and guidance counselors.
New York State Odyssey of the MindIncludes calendar of events, detailed information on participating, volunteering, and coaching, news, and by-laws, policies, and procedures.
New York State Retired Teachers' AssociationPromotes improvement of the economic, social, and professional status of retired teachers by focusing on advocacy issues, insurance, travel, and member help services.
New York State Special EducationNews, resources, policies, staff directories, and contacts.
New York State Association of Independent SchoolsA nonprofit organization offering services to staff and parents involved in private schools from pre-K through 12th grade. Provides conference information and calendar, directory of schools, articles, and various resources.
New York State Art Teachers AssociationIncludes scholarship, membership, and conference information, with resources for teachers.
New York State Technology Education Association (NYSTEA)Represents the curricular area of technology education. NYSTEA has six major districts in the state.
New-York Historical Society Education DepartmentThe New-York Historical Society offers free programs to schools in New York City.
NY TalksSchool leaders, superintendents and principals explore the powers of technology for organizational growth and student achievement with leadership development programs.
Questar IIIEducational service agency providing instructional and support services to public school districts in Rensselaer, Columbia, and Greene counties.
Ridley-Lowell Business And Technical InstituteOffers technical and career training and certification opportunities. Campuses in Binghamton, Poughkeepsie, and New London.
Sharing SuccessPublicly funded by the New York State Legislature to identify and disseminate successful educational programs and practices statewide.
State Education Department: Grants FinanceFinancial aid information in downloadable .pdf format.
Summer Camp ProgramsSearchable directory of day and residential camp programs for youth ages 8 to 18, located at colleges and universities in New York state.
Superintendents of SchoolsInformation and training for School Superintendents. Includes articles, documents, and training course information.
Technology Resources for Education (TRE) CenterAssistive technology resources for New York State, including discussion forums, publications, and training.
Ten County Math Education AssociationDescribes annual conference held the second Saturday of March.
The Commercial Driver's License School, Inc.Training individuals to become professional tractor-trailer drivers. Locations in Menands, Bronx, and Montgomery, NY.
Title III Lesson PlansExample plans, mailing list, program information, and frequently asked questions for integrating technology in education.