I know, it sounds like a health class resource but trust me! The information contained in this database covers a variety of topics that impact students’ lives. Examples of topics include emotional health, green living, nutrition, safety, and life skills. Each topic is broken down further so you can really narrow in on the content you want to cover. Let's take a look at skills for school, work, and life. The subtopics here are money management; online skills; planning your future; skills for success; and work, volunteerism, and activism. Each of these subtopics has a list of articles to choose from. Budgeting and money management, for example, has an article about getting a credit card which is divided into easy to read sections.
Each article has a number of features that make it easy to use: MLA and APA citations, a glossary, author credentials and resources. There is even a myth and fact page to help your students dispel some of the erroneous "facts" they see online.
Here are a few more handy features that can help you and your students: