Second Nature is a nonprofit organization working to help colleges and universities expand their efforts to
         make environmentally sustainable and just action a foundation of learning and practice. Education for
         Sustainability (EFS) is a lifelong learning process that leads to an informed and involved citizenry having the
         creative problem-solving skills, scientific and social literacy, and commitment to engage in responsible
         individual and cooperative actions. Second Nature focuses on colleges and universities because they
         educate our future teachers, leaders, managers, policymakers and other professionals.

http://www.2nature.org/

The Center for Education Reform is a national, non-profit education advocacy group and an active broker in providing
resources, support and guidance for school reform to communities across the United States.
http://edreform.com/

Welcome to the American Student Political
           Network!

A nationwide center for students active in politics and social action
sponsored by the Yale Political Union.
 

The American Student Political Network was created to provide a central (virtual) location where students involved in
politics or political action across the nation can increase discussion and interaction with each other. The A.S.P.N. does
not discriminate on the basis of ideology or level of participation, it serves merely as a foundation for dialogue.
http://www.cis.yale.edu/ypunion/ASPN.html

The California State Student Association advocates the student perspective before the
 Legislature and the Governor of the State of California on issues of importance to students in the
                        California State University System.
http://www.thecssa.org/

EduCause tracks issues related to information technology on campuses.  The organization focuses on focus on the management and use of computational, network, and information resources in support of
  higher educationís missions of scholarship, instruction, service, and administration.
http://www.educause.edu/issues/issues.html