Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) is a Web site which offers federally supported teaching and learning resources at no cost. Subjects covered in the Web site include science, social studies, foreign languages, health and safety, language arts, mathematics, physical education, educational technology, vocational education, and art.
Each subject on the Web site is searchable, and learning tools for Educators and students such as videos, primary documents and images can be found on FREE. New resources that cover multiple subjects are added to the Web site daily.
Users of FREE may receive headlines and new resources several times a week by signing up for Really Simple Syndication (RSS), which is offered to help keep educators updated on what's happening on the site weekly.
FREE was created by more than 30 Federal agencies in 1997 to make federally supported resources easily accessible to educators and students, and is now one of the federal government's most popular Web site's.
For more information about FREE, please visit the Web site at: http://www.ed.gov/free
To sign-up for RSS feed, please visit: http://www.ed.gov/free/rss.html