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Learn English and explore American culture through puzzles, games, and adventures in an interactive world.
Find primary documents, reference books, journal articles, and scholarly analysis on periods and events in our history.
Find out what health care services you can get without consent from your parent or guardian.
Connect to health information, state benefit programs, and community-specific support resources for pregnant and parenting teens.
Find the education and training you need to get the job you want.
Watch or listen to this collection of computerized voice narrated videos of the written driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
Access legal education materials and tools that give you basic information on a number of legal problems, and in some cases, detailed instructions and forms to help you represent yourself in court. Look at the Youth Law & Education section for guidance on emancipation of minors or sealing the records of juvenile offenders. (Also available in Spanish and other languages.)
Choose a language, watch the training video, take the test, pay your fee, and print out a food handler's card, so you can work in the food or restaurant industry in Washington. (Available in multiple languages.)
Earn or finish your degree while you maintain your residence, job, friendships and family connections.
Learn about free services, such as downloadable audio or audiobooks by mail, available to Washington residents who are unable to read standard print material.
Find your strengths, match them with occupations, and explore career choices. Get details on 500+ occupations, including the military. Locate training programs. Store your job information in your online portfolio. Just starting to plan your career path? Take the Reality Check quiz to see what it takes to be independent and achieve your goals.
Find multimedia on a variety of subjects, science fair projects, biographies, correlations to curriculum standards, 21st century research guides, and much more for high school students.
Explore the native cultures of indigenous peoples around the world. Learn about daily life, where they lived, what they ate, how they survived, and even their religions.
Who discovered the Earth is round? When were motion pictures invented? Geek out on how things we take for granted today were either discovered or invented, from zippers to atomic time.
Discover methods for reducing your environmental impact, or get information about how major industries are working to curb pollution and improve the environment. Includes activities you can do in your home.
Search for information on any topic. Learn how to do research, write citations, and even create an account to keep track of your research.
View the order of events over the world's history, create your own timelines, and more.
Find scholarly analysis, articles, references, and primary documents covering the past 5,000 years.