ACT - Information for Life’s Transitions.  ACT is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides more than a hundred assessment, research, information, and program management services in the broad areas of education and workforce development. Though designed to meet a wide array of needs, all ACT programs and services have one guiding purpose: to help people achieve education and career goals by providing information for life's transitions. America’s Job Bank Visit our site and see how we can help you find the job that's right for you. Thousands of new jobs are posted daily by employers searching for someone like you. Autoshop 101 (9-12) Autoshop 101:  Automotive Training and Resource Site for Automotive Electronics. This site offers online instruction, online tests, course and instructor support. Students and teachers can reprint materials for class use. BLS Career Information(K-12) INTERACTIVE The Bureau of Labor Statistics' Web site for kids provides introductory career information for students in Grades 4-12. Community Learning Network: site designed to help K-12 teachers integrate technology into the classroom. Here you’ll find over 5,800 annotated links to educational sites with free resources, all organized by theme pages and keyword search. Do It Yourself.  Our "Home Improvement How-To Info and Home Repair Tips" help answer basic questions... in Do It Yourself projects. Click here on any Topic on the bottom of this page for step by step instructions and information. Community Forums Our Community Forums are hosted by home improvement and repair experts. They arededicated to provide you the info you need to do any Home Repair or Home Improvement project right. Ask Questions and Get Answers!

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? The eHow™ database of over 100,000 articles can help you. It's the world's most popular place to find clear instructions on how to do just about everything.Every month, over 8 million people visit our site. We have more than 100,000 articles that are professionally written with clear and concise directions on how to do things. Free Federal Resources for Education Excellence. (K-12) This site has a link to Vocational resources. Free Construction Magazines     A one stop source for over 100 Free Trade Publications covering all phases of the Building, Design, Management marketplace. Get a Quote.      Cost estimation tool that can be used for a lesson in construction technology.  Industrial Technology Magazine.  Online magazine that is based off of Industrial Technology.  Inner Auto Parts   A great resource for discount auto parts and supplies that could be used in the classroom. International Test and Evaluation Association A not-for-profit educational organization founded in 1980 to further the exchange of technical information in the field of test and evaluation. Its members include professionals from industry, government, and academia, who are involved in the development and application of policy and techniques used to assess the effectiveness, reliability, and safety of new and existing systems and products.  Klockit     Amazing resource that provides clock parts, kits, and accessories.  Clocks are a great wood project for a young learner. Lesson Plans Computer and Internet Lesson Plans, Ideas, and Activities.  The Lesson Plans Page is a collection of over 2,500 lesson plans, primarily at the elementary level, that were developed by Kyle Yamnitz, students, and faculty at The University of Missouri. Literacy Link.  This site is from PBS and others help adults build basic literacy skills for lifelong learning. Journal Of Industrial Teacher Education Web Site. Manufacturing is Cool.  SME's goal is to promote the importance of engineering and manufacturing and the interesting, desirable and challenging careers they present. Explore our new Career Information and Opportunities area to learn about manufacturing (and other) engineering careers, salary information, accredited schools with manufacturing engineering/technology programs and interesting articles about people in engineering careers SME's K-12 partners are selected to help spread the word that manufacturing is cool. Click on competitions, curricula, special events, and summer fun, to see who we are and what they offer. Netfiles: Net Files is a 30-minute, monthly, news magazine style, in-service, television program that includes a variety of topics that incorporate the use of the internet. Occupational Outlook Handbook 2004-2005 - US Government Bureau of Labor Statistics. Practical Money Skills for Life. (6-12) is a free Web site designed to help educators, parents and students practice better money management for life. Americans think that financial basics are as important as the three R's traditionally taught in school. In fact, according to a Visa survey, 77 percent of parents believe personal money management is a subject "very important" to their children's lives as adults -- second only to writing at 89 percent. And since many consumers today graduated without even basic knowledge of money management, like how to create and stick to a budget, many learn money skills through the school of trial and error.  T Technology Student Association Web Site a national non-profit organization devoted exclusively to the needs of elementary, middle and high school students with a dedicated interest in technology. Assisting TSA's 170,000 plus student members is a strong support system of educators, alumni, parents and business leaders who believe in the importance of a technologically literate society. The Tool Directory   A comprehensive listing of over 800 Tool Manufacturers categorized by product. Direct link to manufacturer’s sites. A great source for those "hard to find tools." Now exclusively on Twitter

 http:/ Tonya Skinner’s Business Education Lesson Plans and Resources. Vocational  Whether you are interested in changing your career or just looking to get ahead in your current field, you know you need the right training to achieve your goals. To try and help you sort through all of the clutter out there, we have researched the best in both online and campus-based vocational schools across the country and reviewed them to help you make an informed educational decision. WoodWorkers Gazette      Online newspaper that is concentrate with woodworking articles.  Wood Projects     Great site for students and the instructor.  The site has amazing plans for projects.  Individual or cooperative projects.