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Resource Networks

 

Tennessee Statewide 2-1-1 Resource Network. 211 provides a free, easy to use, comprehensive information and referral system which links people in need with appropriate health and human service resources. By dialing 211, individuals can also be matched with volunteer and donor opportunities.

 


 

Tennessee Public Library Directory. Connect with your local public library for opportunities to become involved in summer reading programs, Story Time, or other literacy efforts!

 


 pri logoThe Reading Road is a tutoring program created at the University of Pennsylvania and designed to raise achievement levels of struggling readers in low income schools.


    

This is a link to the Tennessee Electronic Library, which is free to anyone in the state of Tennessee.  Information in the link includes media, articles, lesson plans, and a number of other resources.

 

 


 

The Tennessee Electronic Library Kid's Page "TEL4U" is a one-stop resource for electronic resources for children K-5th grade.  These resources include the Gale Kids Infobits Databases, links to vetted literacy and e-books sites, links to Tennessee History and much more!




Partnership for 21st Century Learning Skills. P21 tools and resources were developed through a comprehensive process involving hundreds of educators, researchers and employers across the country. Under "Publications," check out the new P21 Common Core Toolkit.