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Student resources

Sites to help you with your work


History tools

Library of Congress:

  • Searchable by topic

  • Primary sources

  • Audio and video


Oral histories/documentaries by student interviewers


National Geographic


Demographics and maps


Basic biographies


Country studies and reports


Printable maps



(Maps that are searchable by demographics)



Other helpful tools

(atlas, thesaurus, dictionary, located on top tab)   www.infoplease.com



Math and Science Tools

Math explanation and games


(explanations, games, handouts and practice)


Advanced math and science help


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Highlights for High School contains an abundance of resources that cover not only science and mathematics but also engineering, humanities, and social sciences. These resources are available under a Creative Commons license, so the material on the site can be integrated into classroom lesson plans, shared, reused, and remixed.”