Health and Child Development Sites
AAP - You and Your Family
This website, from the American Academy of Pediatrics, points parents to information on family and medical leave, immunizations, and safety and injury prevention among many other topics.
Facts for Families
A web site developed by the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry to provide concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families.
Child Safety on the Information Highway
For parents looking for internet safety sites, safekids.com offers articles and suggestions on how to keep your children safe as they surf the internet.
FBI's Internet Safety Guide
The FBI shares their expertise with parents in this Internet Safety guide.
Homeschoolers Curriculum Swap
An innovative Web Services: homeschooling parents buy, sell, and trade used books and materials
Lots of information for homeschooling parents from Home Education Press.
The Teacher's Guide to Internet Safety
In partnership with the National PTA and National Urban League.
School Information Partnership
The School Information Partnership is a public-private collaboration designed to allow parents, educators and policymakers to make informed choices regarding schools and improve school results by using the No Child Left Behind data.
Center for Adult Learning & Educational Credentials
This official testing site provides information about the GED test in the entire United States.
Ohio Proficiency Test Practice Exams
This site includes practice tests for all levels of the Ohio Proficiency Test Tests dates may also be found here. Links to other relevant sites are included.
ACT information from the test makers themselves is located here.
Information on Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and SAT II, the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) and the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) is found here.
Ohio Proficiency Tests
Complete information from the Ohio Department of Education on all levels of the Ohio Proficiency Tests is found here. There are sample tests as well as test dates. Individual test results are not available.
Ohio's GED Credential
Complete GED (General Education Development) information for Ohio residents is located here.