http://www.ed.gov/free

“Federal Resources for Educational Excellence” (FREE) is a collection of hundreds of federally supported education resources. Links organized by subject area–such as art, history, and science–lead to sites sponsored by such agencies as the National Endowment for the Arts (and Humanities), the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Peace Corps, and the Library of Congress. A section called “More for Students” offers links to kids’ pages from government agencies such as the Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Post Office. Students can find career and job information from the Department of Labor and a list of internet do’s and don’ts from the Department of Justice. One of the site’s best features is a forum called “Tell Us Your Favorite,” where teachers, students, and parents can write in with a description of their favorite web resource and how they use it.