Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family StatisticsThis site contains links to various
sources of national data on population, economics, demographics,
and family characteristics, as well as state and local data
links. There is
also a link which provides international comparison on these
FedStatsFedStats is the gateway, to statistics
from over 100 federal agencies. This site includes direct access to statistical data on
topics of your choice, as well as statistical profiles of
states, countries, Congressional Districts, federal judicial
districts, and much more.
Find Articles is a vast archive of
published articles that may be researched for free. Constantly updated, it contains articles dating back to
1988 from more than 300 magazines and journals
FreeLunch.comThis site allows you to “shop” for various
statistical information free of charge. Simply select the statistics you want and out them into
your basket. When
you’re finished searching, statistics can be downloaded from
your basket. You
must register to use this site, but all information is free.
Google Using a page rank system, this usually
provides the information you are looking for within the first
page of your search results. Options include the ability to search specifically for
images, news items, or Usenet group posts that are related to
Atlases, almanacs, encyclopedias,
dictionaries, and other tools and resources are available from a
wide range of disciplines including history, sports, government,
science, and business.
Internet Public Library The Internet Public Library maintains a
collection of online ready reference works; responds to
reference questions; creates web resources on the Internet; and
provide a space for exhibition.
itool Quick access to Internet tools including
web search, grammar, language, encyclopedia, financial, and news
government document depository
library. Specific agencies represented in the collection include
the Department of Commerce, Health and Human Services, Housing
and Urban Development, Labor, State, and the Treasury. This
website also offers a variety or searchable databases.
The USDA’s national
Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) conducts hundreds of
surveys and prepares reports covering virtually every facet of
agriculture, including production and supply of food and fiber,
prices paid and received by farmers, farm labor and wages, and
farm aspects of the industry.
The Nations Report Card-The
National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) is the only
continuing national assessment of what American students know
and can do in various subject areas. It is the Nations Report
Card. Periodic assessments have been conducted in reading,
mathematics, science, writing,
history, civics, geography, and arts.
National Association of CountriesLoaded with county-specified
data, NACO’s websites provides access to an extensive line of
service including legislative, research, and services including
legislative, research, and technical. The agency also provides
public affairs assistance to its members.
National Center for Education Statistics Common Core of Data CCD is the Department of
Education’s primary database on public K-12 schools. It provides
a listing of schools and school districts and contains data such
as school population, racial population, free/reduced lunch
statistics, and pupil/teacher ratio. A unique feature of this
site is the ability to obtain statistics relative to your query.
National Center for Health Statistics NCHS is the federal
government’s principal vital and health statistics agency. NCHS
data systems include data on vital events, as well as
information on health status, lifestyle and exposure to
unhealthy influences, the onset and diagnosis of illness and
disability, and the use of healthcare.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service NCJRS is a federal sponsored
information clearinghouse for people around the country and
world involved with research, policy, and the world involved
with research, policy, and practice related to both criminal and
juvenile justice as well as drug control.
National Forum on Education Statistics The Forum is committed to an
appropriate collection and use of elementary and secondary
education data, while remaining sensitive to data burden
concerns. This organization week to improve the quality,
comparability, and usefulness of education data.
NNIP is a collective effort
by the Urban Institute and 21 partners (large
urban areas) and offers arts, culture indicators, and a database
of neighborhood change.
Center NYVPRC provides a central
source of information on prevention and intervention programs,
publications, research, and statistics on violence committed by
against children and teens. This website is sponsored by the
Centers for Disease control and Prevention and the Federal
Working Group on Youth Violence.