The Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Gutman Library “Websites for Educators” is a selective list of websites that support the research and practice of educators
The Harvard Graduate School of Education’s main research center is the Monroe C. Gutman Library. Among myriad other collections and services, the Gutman Library’s website provides an exceptional list of external resources on their Websites for Educators page. While officially labeled a “selective list of websites that support the research and practice of educators,” the information on these external websites provides a host of valuable research and information for parents, general researchers, policymakers, and undergraduate and graduate students.
The page offers categorized sections, including Charter Schools, Education Law, Education Administration and Policy, and Statistical Data. Some of the most noteworthy sites pertaining to states and localities include:
- American Association of Community Colleges – Community College Finder Tool
- Education Commission of the States
- Educator Resources of the U.S. National Archives
- National School Boards Association
Particularly exceptional website resources earn ‘Top Pick’ status on MuniNet Guide, and we give them such placement on our category pages. You can find a link to Gutman Library’s Websites for Educators in the Top Pick section of our Education & Schools page.
MuniNet Guide’s primary mission is to be a guide to research and information that helps make cities and states stronger. This includes providing raw demographic information and our own research and analysis, but a long-standing part of our efforts are to direct you to the best online resources related to any subject areas that strengthen municipalities. We provide multiple avenues to this information, including our subject matter pages, NFMA Gateway, which is aimed more towards public finance analysts and researchers, and our Web Directory, which is a handpicked list of thousands of useful websites categorized by subject area.
by Jeffrey L Garceau