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Military One Source 

This is literally a ONE STOP SHOP for any support for any problem that a military family might have. If you don't know where to go to find out about something, START HERE!

Military Child Education Coalition

This resource provides valuable information about school transition, scholarships, contests, support services, free publications, trainings, news, technology tools, and more!

SOAR at Home

This website offers very valuable standardized testing for FREE. Families need to register on the site and then children can take standardized math and reading/language arts tests with results that are linked to the standards in their state or district. The program also offers tutoring on concepts where a child is weak.


National Military Family Association provides resources and support to spouses and children of Air Force, Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, NOAA and PHS. NMFA initiatives include free camps, spouse scholarships, volunteer and family awards, education opportunities and more.

Live Homework Help 

Live Homework HelpR by Tutor.comT is a free, live, online tutoring service available in English and Spanish 24 hours a day.