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Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

Name: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence Brief Description of the Site: FREE is an acronym for the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Resources for Educational Excellence. The site is comprised of 50 federal agencies that supply free materials for educators. Resources at the site include lesson
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Name:Federal Resources for Educational Excellence

Brief Description of the Site:
FREE is an acronym for the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Resources for Educational Excellence. The site is comprised of 50 federal agencies that supply free materials for educators. Resources at the site include lesson plans, activities, data, primary sources information, photos, and maps on a variety of subject areas.

How to use the site:
The best part of this site is that everything is free-and useful! Simply find your subject area interest in the menu on the left side of the site and begin exploring. Be sure to check back at the site from time to time to visit the "New Resources" section and tell your students about the "More For Students" component that lists 106 free resources for students.

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