GeoFRED® offers geographical economic data from the St. Louis Federal Reserve. Free to use, explore economic and demographic data down the the county level, and build customizable maps.
GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) is a national education organization making schools safer for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
Find references to high-quality, scholarly books and articles on the web. Generally, only summaries and excerpts of the articles are available for free, though sometimes the full text is available.
govinfo provides free public access to more than a million official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government. This is GPO's beta website that will eventually replace the Federal Digital System (FDsys) public website.
A leader in the open government data movement, GovTrack scans government websites to collect information on your representatives and research pending legislation to keep you in the know. It tracks representatives' voting records, roll call votes, committee hearings, and bills & resolutions. You can sign up to have information on subjects you're interested in "tracked" for you and sent to you via email and/or RSS feeds. It now includes this same information at the state level also.
See what's offered at graduate schools across the country, along with available financial aid. With over 67,000 programs listed in its free directory, you can search by subject, location or school.
GrantSpace℠ is Foundation Center's learning community for the social sector.
GrantSpace provides easy-to-use, self-service tools and resources to help nonprofits worldwide become more viable grant applicants and build strong, sustainable organizations. Find classes and events, search the Knowledge Base, access forms and other tools, connect with experts, and more.
A service of Foundation Center.
Organization that serves the Latino communities of greater Kansas City by providing educational programs, facilitating access to health and social services, promoting and providing Latino cultural enrichment events, and sponsoring social activities.
Healthfinder.gov gives you links to all the major physician directories, such as the AMA’s Doctor Finder with over 814,000 listed physicians, and other major specialty physician lists.
Go to "Find Services Near You" for the AMA's physician directory.
This is the link to the Missouri Department of Education's High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) information. This new test now takes the place of the old GED. It consists of a battery of tests in five subject areas: Language Arts - Reading, Language Arts - Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. It includes a link for test takers to sign up, schedule and pay for the battery of tests, a link to find testing centers, requirements to take the test, and scoring, as well as a wealth of other information such as cost and how often you can take the tests.