National, State, and Regional Education Networks

Here are examples of collaboration and networking opportunities available to educators.

What resources and groups are operating in your area?

The directories of the regional labs and state education sites can help you find partnering sites for particular projects.

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American Association of School Administrators

The American Association of School Administrators offers a wide range of resources, including sections for professional development, cultural exchange, children's programs, and public policy resources.  learn more

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Board of Cooperative Educational Services

Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) was created by the New York State Legislature to provide shared educational programs and services to school districts. BOCES is an economical way for districts to join together to provide programs and services that they might not be able to afford otherwise. In other larger states regions can be…  learn more

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National Association of Elementary School Principals

NAESP, National Association of Elementary School Principals, can be differentiated from related sites, because it includes an online bookstore and an exchange registry by areas of interest and expertise.  learn more

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US Department of Education

This site is a treasure trove of resources, including access to many searchable databases, legislative, grant and targeted projects (eg. school-home partnering and technology projects), time-sensitive items (monthly highlights and, as appropriate, press releases) and position papers. The Department of Education main page showcases areas of current interest, including subjects like student loans, available grants,…  learn more