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Math Forum provides high-quality math education content. The site features a problem of the week for students in grades 3-12, collections of math resources grouped by subject and grade level...  (Drexel University, supported by National Science Foundation)
U.S. Global Change Data and Information System maintains global change information from several federal agencies and offers a question answering service, "Ask Dr. Global Change."...  (Multiple Agencies)
The Interactive Plasma Physics Education Experience provides interactive pages for students and educators on matter, electricity, magnetism, energy, and fusion. It features a virtual fusion reactor application and encourages analysis of...  (Department of Energy)
Ask an Astronomer for Kids provides answers and photos for 200 common questions about astronomy and objects in space. Topics include planets, stars, the solar system, comets, asteroids, galaxies, and the night...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Ask a Librarian provides basic research assistance related to business and economics; the humanities and social sciences; genealogy, U.S. local history, and heraldry; newspapers, current periodicals...  (Library of Congress)
Ask Dr. Global Change offers a searchable collection of answers to questions about global warming, ozone depletion, greenhouse gases, and other issues related to climate change. Students can also submit...  (Columbia University, supported by U.S. Global Change Research Program)
Ask A Scientist offers an "ask a scientist" service, a question of the week, and resources developed and identified by teachers...  (Argonne National Laboratory, supported by Department of Energy)
Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center explores the universe through interactive activities and learning resources such as the question and answer service, "Ask a Physicist." Students can also learn astrophysics basics, or...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Ask-a-Geologist invites students to email government earth scientists with questions about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, or rivers...  (U.S. Geological Survey)
Ms. Lindquist: The Algebra Tutor is a place where students can get extra help learning how to write algebra expressions for word problems...  (National Science Foundation)
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