Education

 

  • Accredited Online Schools explore accredited online schools by major, state or degree level
  • Affordable Colleges Online a guide to top online colleges includes information on college affordability, online learning options, and tips for choosing an online program that meets the student’s education and career goals
  • American Association of Community Colleges information and directory for U.S. community colleges
  • America’s Best Colleges rankings from US News & World Report
  • America’s Best Graduate Schools data for over 12,000 graduate programs, select by discipline– from US News & World Report
  • Board of Regents for Higher Education State of Connecticut online information about Connecticut’s system of higher education–info for students, parents, businesses, administrators
  • Braintrack University Index more than 8300 links to institutions of higher education in 194 countries
  • Center for Online Education offers of online college program rankings by state to help students quickly identify the schools and programs at online colleges that most closely match their needs and preferences. Includes financial aid and scholarship information.
  • CollegeCalc.org using U.S. Department of Education data CollegeCalc.org provides in depth college costs by school, regional, and state, online college affordability guides, price rankings and cost calculators
  • College Scholarships.org information on scholarships, grants and student loans
  • ComputerScience.org provides an in-depth overview of the field including information on education, scholarships, and careers in computer science
  • Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium comprehensive listing of online courses for all educational levels
  • Connecticut School Profiles profiles of Connecticut public schools includes information on schools, districts, students and staff–from the Connecticut Department of Education
  • Connecticut Technical High School System FAQs, school and adult education information
  • Education and Employment Information Center information on financial aid, life after high school, parent college prep, etc.  from the Connecticut Department of Higher Education
  • ED Pubs Department of Education Student Aid resources for students and parents
  • FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid–from the US Department of Education
  • FastWeb: Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Colleges students can fill out a questionnaire and receive information on scholarship and internship eligibility
  • FSA Federal Student Aid help with preparing for and choosing a college and applying for financial aid– from the US Department of Education
  • FSA Federal Student Aid Financial Aid Toolkit The Financial Aid Toolkit provides federal student aid information and outreach tools for counselors, college access professionals, nonprofit mentors, and others
  • GoGrad.org answers to questions about degree paths, application requirements, financial aid options, projected career outlook, and earnings from a wide variety of online graduate degree programs
  • Institute of Education Sciences annual reports with education statistics from the National Center for Education Statistics US Department of Education, includes The Condition of Education, The Digest of Education Statistics, Indicators of School Crime and Safety, and Projections of Education Statistics
  • New England Board of Higher Education Tuition Break Program this program enables thousands of New England residents to enroll at out-of-state New England public colleges and universities at a discount when they enroll in an approved major that is not offered by the public colleges in their own state
  • OnlineMastersPrograms.org  a collection of  online master’s programs, combining information from the schools themselves and the U.S. government’s education databases
  • OnlineU OnlineU is a free and comprehensive guide that enables students to compare all online colleges in the U.S.
  • Open Education Database OEDb is a comprehensive online education directory for both free and for-credit learning options
  • Peterson’s Planner guide to choosing schools K-12, college, graduate, and continuing education programs, includes program descriptions, school profiles and faculty and student information, registration required