The following are links to recommended organizations and web sites that provide information on learning disabilities, ADHD, and other issues.
WITESOL promotes excellence in English language teaching to speakers of other languages in Wisconsin.
Wonderopolis nurtures wonder and learning through the power of discovery, creativity, and imagination. The Wonders of the Day help families and teachers find learning moments in everyday life.
Merriam-Webster's Word Central offers kids a student dictionary, Daily Buzzword, and interactive word games.
This document presents statistics from a variety of countries on levels of education and literacy around the world. Published by the Long Island University Spanish Language Bilingual/ESL Technical Assistance Center. New York State Education. May 2005.
Wrightslaw provides reliable, accurate information about No Child Left Behind issues — research based reading instruction, proficiency testing, parent involvement, tutoring and supplemental educational services, highly qualified teachers, transfers from failing schools, and public school choice.
Music teacher Valerie Erickson-Mesias shares some of her ideas for connect music to writing instruction for ELLs in this presentation.
This video features Susan Pimentel, one of the authors of the Common Core State Standards, discussing the ways in which the standards address the skill of writing to inform.
WVTESOL is an official affiliate of TESOL and seeks to strengthen ESL teaching, promote research, and provide opportunities to share ideas with other ESL professionals in West Virginia.
Website for Wyoming Statewide Department of Education.
Wyoming 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.
The purpose of the Parent Education Network, Wyoming State PIRC, is to strengthen partnerships between families and schools and to implement effective parental involvement policies and programs to increase academic achievement for students in Wyoming.