All About Jazz – jazz history timeline and many other jazz resources.
DownBeat magazine – links to other jazz sites, artist interviews, bios, etc.
The Golden Age of Jazz – photographer William P. Gottlieb’s site, with a searchable archive of hundreds of photographs, select artist bios, and info on jazz history.
Grammy in the Schools – for students interested in the music industry, offers information on careers, schools, video interviews with top artists and links.
JAZZed – practical, hands-on information to help school and independent music educators teach jazz to high-school and college students.
Jazz Education Network – A membership organization for jazz fans, musicians and educators. Site features include forums and Network with an Expert.
Jazz in America – offers jazz curriculum for grades 5, 8 and 11.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Education – provides a wide variety of teaching resources and distance learning programs.
Jazz Standards – jazz history, artist bios, a bookstore, and info on hundreds of jazz standards.
Ken Burns’ JAZZ – K-5, 5-8 and 6-12 lesson plans for incorporating jazz into all curricular areas. Time lines, musician biographies and listening examples also included.
NEA Jazz in the Schools – a program by the National Endowment for the Arts.
NPR: Jazz – link to jazz stories, interviews, reviews and programs from National Public Radio.
PBSKids! – An interactive website where kids can explore the different instruments that make up a jazz band. The site also includes musician biographies, an interactive time line and video interviews with professional jazz musicians.
Percussive Arts Society – includes online clinics, drum rudiments, conference information and more.
The Smithsonian Jazz Class – offers Jazz history, artist profiles and lesson plans.
Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz – education programs, an international student competition, a jazz resource library and more.
List partially compiled by the Jazz Arts Group, Columbus, Ohio.