As partners with Microsoft's Shape the Future Program, New York State Teacher Centers, Intel, and, have teamed up to offer the Teachers of New York a program where teachers can get access to the latest technology, with special educational content at unbeatable prices. Visit Now.

The new combines the instructional resources from its content partners and other features from the original award-winning Thinkfinity website with a new online Professional Learning Community, making it easier for educators to connect and collaborate with each other and educational experts on a variety of topics and best practices for 21st century teaching and learning.

ThinkQuest is a protected, online learning platform that enables teachers to integrate learning projects into their classroom curriculum and students to develop 21st century skills. 

The Professor Garfield Foundation learning portal is a fun interactive online environment where children can safely explore, learn and creatively express themselves.

An online resource for students and teachers, SAS Curriculum Pathways provides standards-based content in all the core disciplines, grades 8-14.

Intel® Education enables 21st century teaching and learning through free professional development, tools, and resources that help K–12 teachers engage students with effective use of technology. The Intel Education Web site offers robust, practical, easily integrated content and resources, including exemplary unit plans, assessment strategies, technology enriched project ideas, and higher-order thinking tools that enhance 21st century learning.

The Technology-Based Learning Systems Department of the New York Institute of Technology, in partnership with Verizon and the Hitachi Foundation, has created a not-for-profit consortium named the Educational Enterprise Zone®. Members of this consortium are content providers who create programming for K-12 classrooms and learning environments that receive the programming, as well as corporate facilitators such as Verizon and Tandberg USA who assist with hardware, software and connectivity needs for the various programs the EEZ® sponsors. Content providers come from a variety of educational, public and private sector arenas. Cultural institutions, museums, research centers and small businesses offer member schools a wide range of curricular programming, allowing the receiving members to meet instructional needs.