Military Child Education Resources 

4-H Military Partnership
The National 4-H Headquarters has established formal partnerships with Army Child and Youth Services, Air Force Airmen and Family Services, Army Child and Youth Services and Navy Child and Youth Programs to support positive youth development education for youth whose parents are serving in the military.

The American Association of School Administrators
To help school leaders meet the needs of children whose parents are deployed or in transition the AASA has released a toolkit.

American Freedom Patriot Scholarship Award for Military Dependent Children
Visit this website if you have a child who will be attending college or vocational school during the 2009-2010 school year

Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
Educational support for the Department of Defense and information on topics such as tuition assistance.

Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)
DoDEA oversees Department of Defense schooling and education initiatives.

eCYBERMISSION is a web-based science, math and technology competition for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grade teams.

eKnowledge offers free or discounted SAT/ACT Test Prep materials to military families.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Educational resources for teachers and parents provided by the US Government.

GED Online
GEDonline is a continuing education website dedicated to helping prepare students to take the GED High School Equivalency Diploma Test.

In-State Tuition
To provide information regarding eligibility of active military service members and their families for in-state college tuition rates in their home state or state of duty assignment.

Ladies' Home Journal's Giving Page 
Aiding Soldier's kids help fund a class project at a military-serving public school.

Math Challenge

Math Mastery
Free online tutorials and activities to help students with math and science skills

Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC)
MCEC is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving educational opportunities for military children by working with schools and the Department of Defense.

The Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3)
This website is designed to better inform the public about the Interstate Compact for Educational Opportunities for Military Children and serve the needs of the families of Servicemembers. It also provides valuable resources, news, contact information, links, and recent rulings by the Commission.

Military Impacted Schools Association (MISA)
MISA is dedicated to ensuring that schools serving military students continue to receive adequate Impact Aid funding.

Military K12 Partners
MilitaryK12Partners offers resources, like Special Education Modules, to assist schools that serve military families. Students at the Center, an educational resource that provides information on important policies, procedures and best practices is also located on the site, as well as links to many resources developed by other government and non-government agencies.

Military Student
A Department of Defense website offering publications and resources to help military parents compare options, make sound education decisions, and become involved and informed advocates of quality education.

Military Teens on the Move
A Department of Defense website to help military teens and younger children to cope with moving and transferring schools.

National Association of Federally Impacted Schools
Non-profit organization dedicated to informing Congress about the importance of impact aid to federally impacted school districts and providing information about impact aid policy to parents and school administrators.

National Parent Teacher Association
Official website of the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation.

No Child Left Behind
A Department of Education website providing information about the No Child Left Behind Act for parents and teachers.

School Matters
An online resource allowing parents and educators to find information about school performance.

The Student Online Achievement Resource Program (SOAR) is a free online program that helps parents play an active role in their children's education.

Society of the First Infantry Division--Scholarships & Grants
Provides scholarships for children of soldiers killed while serving in comat with the Division, children and grandchildren of former members of the Divsion, and in peacetime training accidents.  It also provides emergency assistance grants for airfare, housing and other needs.

Student Online Achievement Resources (SOAR)
SOAR is an internet-based program that allows military families and children worldwide to access on-line tutorials to improve studying and test taking, along with daily homework requirements. Parents are able to monitor their children improvement through the website and take an active role in their educational experience.

Students at the Center
DoDEA’s Educational Partnership "Students at the Center" is  a resource for Families, Military Leaders and Education Leaders who can find information to help address the unique needs of students who have parents serving in our nation’s military forces.

USA-4-Military Families
A collaborative website between state governments and the Department of Defense to support military families in a wide range of issues, including military child education.

Vocational Training
The Education Guys website provides a comprehensive guide to trade and technical programs.