Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about the K-12 Internet Resource Center.
If you don't see you question here, use the [Your Feedback] button below.
Is this site really free?
You can access the entire resource center without any payment or registration.
The vast majority of resources we link to are also free!
If you would like to be kept up-to-date, you can subscribe to our a quarterly newsletter
How can you provide all this for free?
Funding for this entire project comes from the Bonnie and Marty Tenenbaum Foundation and is a gift to the K-12 education community. The site receives no corporate or government funding.
Can you add a link to my resource?
We encourage you to send us your suggestions!
When we decide which resources to add to the site ...
- we prefer links with "I can use that now" content – not just advertising for a product or book, and
- the content must be directly relevant to the K-12 education community.
I've found a link that's dead or no longer appropriate.
Please let us know!
The easiest way to let us know is click the [Your Feedback] button on the page with the bad link.
Do you have resources broken out by the _________ Standard?
The short answer is No.
The problem with education standards is they are not long-term standards.
Each state has their own mix of standards, and those "standards" change every few years. We have a small staff and could never hope to maintain current links to the ever-changing mix of standards.
Instead, use Search to locate resources and ideas to address items in your standards.
I'd like to let others know about this site.
You can use the bottons at the bottom of every page to share a particular resource page.
We also have flyers available free of charge.