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CityKids
Nonprofit CityKids hosts activities and events that encourage young people to improve their communities.
Civil Service Exams and City Job Profiles
Learn about civil service exams and the variety of jobs available with the City of New York through the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS).
Education Resources Information Center
The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), sponsored by the US Department of Education, produces the world's premier database of journal and non-journal education literature.
Find out about the SAT and ACT
If you plan to go to college, you probably have to take the SAT or the ACT. The Beehive provides tips on taking these tests, and explains the value of going to college.
Home Instruction Online Resources
The Department of Education's Home Instruction site provides helpful information and resources for students and parents.
Homework Help
The Beehive can help you with homework in a variety of subjects.
Homework NYC
Teachers provide homework help for students, while the site serves as a resource for parents, teachers, and librarians. Assistance is available online or over the phone.
Learn How to Get an ID (Identification)
Having an ID is one of the keys to success. Learn how to apply for a birth certificate, Social Security card, and non-driver State ID.
New York Hall of Science
Visit New York City's largest collection of hands-on and interactive scientific and technical exhibits.
New York Times - The Learning Network
This site for students age 13 years and older provides daily news summaries, quizzes, test questions, and more.
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