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The following are links to recommended organizations and web sites that provide information on learning disabilities, ADHD, and other issues.

You can also see this list organized by type of organization, by focus, or by audience.

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New America Foundation Early Education Initiative

The Early Education Initiative seeks to promote a high-quality and continuous system of early care and education for children from birth to age 8. The Early Education Initiative seeks to promote a high-quality and continuous system of early care and education for all children, birth to age 8. It is an initiative of the New America Foundation, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy institute.

New England INDEX

The New England INDEX collects and maintains information on a wide variety of programs, agencies, and individual providers in Massachusetts and New England who have something to offer to people with disabilities.

New Hampshire State Parent Information Resource Centers

The New Hampshire State PIRC builds the capacity of parents and school personnel to effectively communicate, expand parent involvement education, build strong school-family-community partnerships, and link families to community resources.

New Horizons for Learning: Multicultural Education

Links to a number of informative articles on multicultural education.

New Jersey Education Association

New Jersey Education Association is a National Education Association State Affiliate that regularly lobbies legislators for the resources schools need, campaigns for higher professional standards for the teaching profession, and files legal actions to protect academic freedom and the rights of school employees.

New Jersey Federation of Teachers

The New Jersey Federation of Teachers promotes statewide organization and unionization of teachers and all other personnel engaged in education in order to carry out the program and policies of the NJSFT and the American Federation of Teachers.

New Jersey State Parent Information Resource Centers

The New Jersey Parent and Information Resource Center (NJPIRC) provides leadership and technical assistance to non-profit organizations and local educational agencies to help those organizations put successful parental involvement programs in place.

New Jersey TESOL/New Jersey Bilingual Educators

NJTESOL/NJBE is an association of educators and administrators dedicated to the instruction English language learners at all levels of public and private education. The organization's interests include classroom practices, research, curriculum development, funding, employment and socio-political concerns.

New Mexico Association for Bilingual Education

The mission of NMABE is to foster, encourage, and promote bilingualism for all children in an environments that nurtures the rich cultural and linguistic diversity of the state through advocacy, professional development, networking and current research application and dissemination.

New Mexico State Parent Information Resource Centers

The New Mexico Parent Information and Resource Center (NM PIRC) provides resources and strategies to parents, educators and others working with children focused on informed decisions and meaningful partnerships that promote child development and successful achievement in school.

New Readers Press

New Readers Press is a publishing division of ProLiteracy, the world's largest organization of adult basic education and literacy programs. New Readers Press offers a wide variety of materials, including ESL and citizenship resources, a weekly newspaper designed for beginning readers, and GED/life skills resources.

New York Public Library: E-books & Audiobooks Collection

This website allows New York Public Library users to browse the system's free online collection of audiobooks, e-books, video, and more. While users must have a NYPL card to access the database, it offers a helpful example of the kinds of resources that more libraries are using. Audiobooks are also available in Spanish.

New York Public Library: Kids Section

Links to the "Kids Reading" section of the website. Includes links to online e-books for kids and helpful links for parents and educators.

New York Public Library: Teen Section

Links to the "Teen Link" webpage, which includes free music and video downloads, homework help, and online recordings of teens sharing their thoughts.

New York State Parent Information Resource Centers

New York State has two Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRC) funded by the U.S. Department of Education: Families and Communities Together with Schools (FACTS) and Every Person Influences Children (EPIC).

New York State TESOL

NYS TESOL is a non-profit group of professionals concerned with the education of English language learners at all levels of public and private education in New York State.

New York State United Teachers

Through a representative democratic structure, New York State United Teachers improves the professional, economic and personal lives of our members and their families, strengthens the institutions in which they work, and furthers the cause of social justice through the trade union movement. NYSUT is affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association.

New York Times Article: "Making the Refugee Experience Less Daunting."

The story of a resettled refugee now helping new refugees assimilate to the U.S.

NIEER: ELL Resources

This section of the National Institute for Early Education Research website offers many research articles on early education and ELL students. The site also has reviews of preschool programs that have demonstrated success with ELL students.

NIEER: Research Policy Brief on Preschool*

"Who Goes to Preschool and Why Does It Matter?"

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