The NH Department of Education provides links as a service to educators and others seeking useful information relating to education. Some sites offer information free of charge; others charge a fee. The NH Department of Education takes no responsibility for the content, quality, or cost of materials available through any outside site.
Resources on this page include links to general information about vocational education, career and technical education, and workforce preparation. You will also find resources for history of vocational education, current legislation news, statistics, associations, organizations and vocational teacher preparation programs.
Curriki is more than your average Web site; we're a community of educators, learners and committed education experts who are working together to create quality materials that will benefit teachers and students around the world.
Great resources on grants, how to fund raise, and research donors including individuals, corporations, and foundations. There is also a virtual classroom with online classes that will help with grant writing.
The Freechild Project connects with organizations and individuals who support young people and social change. They do this by actively advocating through training, networking, and researching with many interconnected realms of social change.
Grant Wrangler is a grants listing service available at no charge. They make it easier for teachers to find funding, and help grant-giving organizations more effectively promote grants to teachers and schools.
NetTrekker is the award-winning academic search engine specifically designed for school use. Unlike ordinary search engines, netTrekker delivers only the best educational resources from the entire Internet in a safe, organized, standards - aligned format to every desktop.
Free online classes for non-profits on all things related to technology including software, hardware, databases, and funding.
Don't forget to login to our Ventures Only section for free workshops you can download. Learn how to build a Web site, give effective presentations, and more!
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Microsoft Word format. You can download a free reader from Microsoft.