Editorial Projects in Education Inc. publishes Education Week, the monthly Teacher Magazine, and Education Week on the Web. We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization based in Washington, D.C. Our primary mission is to help raise the level of awareness and understanding among professionals and the public of important issues in American education. We cover local, state, and national news and issues from preschool through the 12th grade.
The EServer (founded in 1990 as the English Server) attempts to provide an alternative niche for quality work. They offer 44 collections on such diverse topics as the English language, contemporary art, race, Internet studies, sexuality, drama, design, multimedia, accessible publishing and current political and social issues. In addition to written works, we publish hypertext, audio and even video recordings.
The objects of the Queen's English Society are to promote and uphold the use of good English, and to encourage the enjoyment of the language. The Society aims to defend the precision, subtlety and marvellous richness of our language against debasement, ambiguity and other forms of misuse.
A collection of articles on various subjects, including world events and English grammar, suitable for advanced learners of English (and their teachers) looking for texts with an added portion of British humour.
Your path for most effective learning is through knowing
* your capacity to learn
* the process you have successfully used in the past
* interest, and knowledge of, the subject you wish to learn
The Oxford Text Archive hosts AHDS Literature, Languages and Linguistics. The OTA works closely with members of the Arts and Humanities academic community to collect, catalogue, and preserve high-quality electronic texts for research and teaching. The OTA currently distributes more than 2000 resources in over 20 different languages.
U.S.ENGLISH, Inc. is the nation's oldest, largest citizens' action group dedicated to preserving the unifying role of the English language in the United States. Founded in 1983 by the late Senator S.I. Hayakawa, an immigrant himself, U.S. English now has 1.8 million members nationwide.