The American Youth Policy Forum provides policymakers and their senior aides with information and experiences useful in the development of an effective youth education, training and transition-to-employment system for the United States.
The Center for Policy Research in Education unites researchers from seven of the nation's leading research institutions in an effort to improve elementary and secondary education through practical research.
The Education Law Association is a nonprofit advocacy organization that promotes interest in and understanding of the legal framework of education and the rights of students, parents, school boards, and school employees.
The Education Law Center advocates on behalf of New Jersey's public school children for access to an equal and adequate education under state and federal laws.
This website offers links to useful research sites on education law.
This portion of the FindLaw website contains a compilation of resources about education law available through the internet.
Free Advice's education law information helps the public to understand their legal rights.
This website provides education resources available through the government printing office.
The website provides information related to legal issues in education.
This website provides information about the federal educational rights of children and youth in homeless situations.
This link is to the website of the Office for Civil Rights. As noted at its website, "the mission of the Office for Civil Rights is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence throughout the nation through vigorous enforcement of civil rights."