REXMO EDUcational
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We believe that math and computer science resources(as well as any other claswork) should be available to ALL peoples regardless of race, creed, or financial situation.  The 21st century is the time in which the understanding of variables/mathematics and computer science is REQUIRED. 

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FOSSFOSS is a research-based science curriculum for grades K—8 developed at the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California at Berkeley. FOSS is also an ongoing research project dedicated to improving the learning and teaching of science. The FOSS project began over 20 years ago during a time of growing concern that our nation was not providing young students with an adequate science education. The FOSS program materials are designed to meet the challenge of providing meaningful science education for all students in diverse American classrooms and to prepare them for life in the 21st century. Development of the FOSS program was, and continues to be, guided by advances in the understanding of how youngsters think and learn.



Open Book Project
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Mission

The Open Book Project is aimed at the educational community and seeks to encourage and coordinate collaboration among students and teachers for the development of high quality, freely distributable textbooks and educational materials on a wide range of topics. The advent of the Internet and the World Wide Web are making collaboration among educators on a global scale possible for the first time. We want to harness this exciting technology to promote learning and sharing.






Other Resources

Free Online Course Materials | MIT OpenCourseWare free university lectures



SchoolforgeSchoolForge's mission is to unify independent organizations that advocate, use, and develop open resources for education. We advocate the use of open texts and lessons, open curricula, free software and open source in education.

GCFLearnFree.org is passionate about learning. That's why we offer all our learning opportunities at no cost whatsoever! This is all possible thanks to the support we receive from the GCF Community Foundation.

With No Frills or Tuition, a College Draws Notice: Berea College

How to Get Free Books for College
http://www.ehow.com/how_4725003_free-books-college.html

How to Get a Free Education
http://www.ehow.com/how_4732638_free-education.html

Debian Jr. Project
The primary goal of the Debian Jr. project is to make Debian an OS our children want to run.

Open Schooling
The OpenSchooling project was created to provide schools with curriculum that is "open", in the sense that it can be modified, and "free", in the sense of freedom.

Open Source Schools
A site of links and news concerning OPen Source interests in education. News is updated daily (sometimes several times a day)

K12OS
K12Linux in Schools Project. You'll find all the help you need here to install and configure Linux for your school.

The KDE Edutainment Project
The KDE Edutainment Project is a project designed to create free educational software based around KDE, the K Desktop Environment.

SEUL/EDU
SEUL/edu is the discussion group for those interested in using Linux for education. This covers all aspects of educational uses of Linux, by teachers, parents, and students.

In addition to the discussion, we are collecting resources that should enable the development (with the help of interested volunteers) of various open source software that can make Linux more desirable to educators and parents interested in using Linux for their children's education.

US Department of Education


OSWINS DVD Table of Contents: Key Learning Areas

Website Overview: OSWINS DVD is a collection of Free and Open Source software for educational use that run on Windows.   The OSWINS DVD is a collection of educational software from mathematics to music, from science to graphics, from programming to educational games, office tools, business software, networking tools and security software. The aim of this website is to make finding the software easier by categorising them by Key Learning Areas used in Education in Australia.  In addition, under each category, links to useful websites that provide information or free resources are listed.

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- ACTING AND THEATER
- AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
- AMERICAN VALUES
- ANIMALS
- ARABIC
- ARTS
- AUTOS
- BUDDHISM
- BUSINESS
- CHESS
- CHINESE
- CHRISTIANITY
- COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
- COMPUTERS
- COOKING
- CRITICAL THINKING
- DANCE
- DESIGN
- DOMESTIC ARTS
- DRAWING
- ECONOMICS
- ESL
- FASHION
- FICTION WRITING
- FILM
- FILMMAKING
- FINANCIAL
- FRENCH
- GAMES
- GARDENING
- GENEALOGY
- GENERAL EDUCATION
- GEOGRAPHY
- GERMAN
- GREAT BOOKS
- GUITAR
- HEALTH
- HEBREW
- HINDUISM
- HISTORY
- HOBBIES
- INTERNET MARKETING
- INVESTING
- ISLAM
- ITALIAN
- JAPANESE
- JEWELRY MAKING
- JUDAISM
- KOREAN
- LANGUAGES
- LAW
- LITERATURE
- MATH
- MEDIA
- MEDICAL DISORDERS
- MORMONISM
- MUSIC
- NONFICTION WRITING
- OPENCOURSEWARE
- PARENTING
- PHILOSOPHY
- PHOTOGRAPHY
- PHYSICAL EDUCATION
- PIANO
- PODCAST
- POLITICAL SCIENCE
- PORTUGUESE
- PRINTABLE CERTIFICATE
- PSYCHOLOGY
- RADIO
- RELATIONSHIPS
- RELIGION
- RHETORIC
- RUSSIAN
- SCIENCE
- SCREENWRITING
- SELF-HELP
- SINGING
- SOCIAL SKILLS
- SOCIOLOGY
- SOFTWARE
- SPANISH
- SPORTS
- TEACHING AND LEARNING
- TECHNOLOGY
- VIDEO
- WEB DESIGN
- WRITING

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