Knowledge Center

Educate Yourself

In today's world, technology can take learning outside the classroom and into the hands of students.

Community College Finder

Search for the community college near you!

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Nerd Scholar

Empower yourself to make the best decisions about your, or your child’s, higher education.
Use Nerd Scholar to compare colleges, find scholarships, and even apply for Federal Student Aid. Nerd Scholar can also help you save money and make smarter decisions about your personal finances, travel plans, or higher education.

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Coursera

Take the world’s best courses, online, on your own schedule, for free. Choose from over 400 courses in Humanities, Medicine, Biology, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Business, Computer Science, and other subjects. Coursera is designed to empower people to improve their lives, the lives of their families, and the communities they live in with education.

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Early Learning Environment

The Fred Rogers Center Early Learning Environment (“Ele”) hosts some of the best online and mobile early learning resources for free. Parents with children under the age of 6 will find tons of interactive content designed to help their children learn and develop. Content includes over 150 high quality ebooks, videos, mobile apps, music, and much more. You can even filter content by the age of your child, type of activity, and media type.

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Get Ready to Take the GED®

Did you know adults who pass the GED® test earn more money, qualify for jobs and college courses nationwide, and set a great example for friends and family members? Make sure you’re prepared to take the test with these free videos and information! Learn what’s on the test, what you need to do to pass, and where you can find local testing centers!

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College Admission 411

Brought to you by HITN, College Admissions 411 is a series of 16 x 30-minute television programs that offer a practical, step-by-step guide to the college admissions process to address the educational attainment gap for U.S. Latinos.

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