- JCampus Parent Portal
- Book Adventure A free motivational reading program for K-8 students. Pick a book to read, take an online quiz, with prizes after a certain number of quizzes. Parents and teachers can monitor students' reading and access additional materials to help with reading.
- Education Planet
- Education Resources Information Center At the Family Information Center page you will find information for parents specifically related to reading and language arts education.
- Family Education
- Figure This A collection of educational games for students and their parents. The games are suitable for students of all ages.
- Helping Your Child Become a Reader This free resource features dozens of fun activities parents can use to build language skills of young children (infants through age 6). The 60-page booklet includes a reading checklist, typical language accomplishments for different age groups, suggestions for books, and resources for children with reading problems or learning disabilities.
- Helping Your Child Learn Math This site reinforces skills in classification, computation, estimation, and money in real life situations. It meets many of the NCTM standards: Identifying and solving problems, number facts, and computations, number concepts, etc. Grades Pre-K- 7.
- Internet Kids & Family Yellow Pages Recommendations for families that would like to explore the Web together.
- Learning Activities - Parent's Page
- National Parent Information Network Resources and information having to do with education-related topics, including testing.
- Parents Edge
- Parent's Guide to the Internet Provides basic information about how to use the Internet to find information and to communicate with others. Tips for using the Internet safely are included.
- Ready to Learn Prepares children for success in school. Ready to Learn television service is a national effort to improve the school readiness of young children through public broadcasting.
- Learn Zillion Resources Provides parents with third and fourth grade ELA Unit overviews.
- Homework Spot Sections for elementary, middle, and high school.
- Infotrac Kids by Gale Group (Sponsored by the Louisiana Department of Education) THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE, all in one resource - 800 magazines, reference, criticisms, primary sources and more! The content is built upon award-winning literary, science, history, and biographical databases, and it is a safe environment for students' use. Your child will need a password provided by his/her teacher.
- Council for Exceptional Children
- LD Online A good starting point for learning disabilities.
- A Parent's Guide to Helping Kids with Learning Differences This site provides information and resources for parents of children with learning disabilities.
- U.S. Education Dept.'s Office of Special Education Programs
- Tenants Rights and Housing Assistance for the Disabled https://www.justgreatlawyers.com/renters-rights-and-housing-assistance-for-people-with-disabilities
- Managing Your Child’s Transition to Adulthood http://www.mychildwithoutlimits.org/act/life-planning/managing-your-childs-transition-to-adulthood/
- Transition to Adulthood: Home Remodeling for Young Adults with Special Needs https://www.bigrentz.com/how-to-guides/home-modifications-young-adults-special-needs
- Special Needs Checklist: How Disability-Friendly is Your City? https://www.yourstoragefinder.com/special-needs-checklist-how-disability-friendly-is-your-city
- The 9 Most Hazardous Chemicals for People With Special Needs https://www.airfiltersdelivered.com/hazardous-chemicals
- Vocational Training for Adults with Special Needs https://www.vocationaltraininghq.com/best-vocational-training-programs-disabled/