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Kamehameha Schools Community Educaiton and Services

(808) 523-6200

Community Educaiton and Service links that connect parents, children and adults with a wide variety of community education programs and services available on Kaua’i, O’ahu, Moloka’i, Maui and Hawai’i Island; can search by visual topic and age; educational enrichment programs K-12

Hawaii Department of Education


Student service and program information; enrichment courses; school directory; directory of community learning centers; homework and testing support

Idaho State Department of Education

(800) 432-4601

Resources for parents including school performance information, statewide school search (including charter schools), college and scholarship information, high school/college duel enrollment program information

Don’t Fail Idaho

(208) 424-2600

Interactive website on education and resources within Idaho including innovative program information, school comparison and outcome data

Illinois Student Assistance Commission


Before/During/After college planning, financial literacy, includes nice section of visual links to other resources on higher education

Illinois Parents


The information exchange on family engagement in Illinois! Here we connect families to resources on raising and educating their children; Directory of local organizations and agencies that provide educational resources to parents; listing of hotline numbers; calendar of local events; search by age, topic and location

Drive of Your Life


Online career and college exploration tool for teenagers- Drive of Your Life is a fun Indiana specific online career exploration game. It helps middle school and high school students learn more about themselves, higher education and careers. This free educational tool lets kids answer a series of questions about themselves to learn what careers could interest them and then go on a virtual drive to learn more about each of those careers – all in their own customized car.

The Indiana Youth Institute College & Career Counseling


College exploration and planning, includes student profiles, action steps for all ages (beginning in kindergarten), savings calculator, school profiles and scholarship information

Iowa College Student Aid Commission

(515) 725-3400

Iowa state grant and scholarship search, free publications and resources (can order print copies or download) about: college and financial aid, resource list for potential college students, videos on college application process, information on distance and non-traditional learning opportunities

Iowa Family Support Network


Family support services for pre-school children at the county level in Iowa including testing, early intervention, school readiness, parent workshops; State resource directory for educational resources including tutors, summer camps, family support etc.

Caps for Kids

Website of the Children’s Advocacy Project of Kansas City; Parent handout on educational resources in Kansas City; additional resources on child development and information on informal educational opportunities

Kansas State Department of Education


Resources for early childhood education through high school; school report cards; career and technical education

Learn Kentucky

Resources for parents, teachers and students. Locate school districts, get homework help, plan for college, advance your career with a GED, find libraries and view Educator resources



College planning for Kentucky residents; Online application; Financial literacy; Scholarship search; Video library

Louisiana Believes


School report cards, student and parent resources, High school and college planning guides, Early childhood education resources, college funding resources, online education library for print and electronic resources

Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance


College search, calendar of financial aid workshops, college savings program information, and financial literacy

Maine Educational Services (MES)


College planning (beginning with kindergarten students), financial literacy, scholarship search, Crave blog addressing educational topics, section for lifetime learners with information on special programs and evaluating distance learning options

Maine Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC)


Preparing underrepresented students for success in college (single parents, financially disadvantaged etc.). Their goal is to help adults "re-enter education"- they provide counseling services and partner with a variety of community organizations to provide additional assistance (e.g. Maine College Transition Program - Career Centers - Adult Ed's - Student Support Services Programs - Women, Work, & Community)

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