Web Resources

Explore this section and discover useful web resources, some in multiple languages, to help our current and future generations of English language learners succeed. While we continue to check and update these links to other websites, some may have changed since our most recent update.

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Statewide Resources

To see web resources organized by state, visit our State Resources section.

AFT-Maine

AFT-Maine is a state affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers that represents the economic, social and professional interests of classroom teachers.

AFT-Missouri

AFT-Missouri is a statewide affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers that is committed to protecting the employment rights of our members, building support for Missouri&s public schools, and improving educational opportunities for all children

AFT-New Hampshire

AFT-NH is the State Affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers.

AFT-Oklahoma

AFT Oklahoma is the State Affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers.

AFT-Wisconsin

AFT-Wisconsin is a labor organization and a Wisconsin chapter of the American Federation of Teachers representing 17,000 public employees in the state of Wisconsin.

ALA Children Awards

The American Library Association lists award-winning books, print and media for children and young adults, and links to pages with more information about these resources.

ALA: Every Child Ready to Read

The Public Library Association and the Association for Library Service to Children have incorporated the latest research into a series of parent and caregiver workshops designed to provide public libraries with vital tools to help prepare parents for thei

Alabama State Parent Information Resource Centers

The Alabama Parent Education Center (APEC) is a non-profit organized by parents in central Alabama, formed to provide parents with training and information to help them become meaningful participants in their children&s education.

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