||OSPI has put together a huge list of distance learning materials for parents and teachers caring for students in early learning through Grade 12 in a variety of subjects and with a variety of learning needs.
||There are many of you who will be able to adjust your schedules and work from home. And maybe you don’t want your children to fall too far behind. Recently the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has provided information for you outlining where you can get help with distance learning.
|Living List of Free Education Subscriptions
||Companies across the country are offering free subscriptions to their online learning platforms which are compiled (and continue to be compiled) in this Google document.
|Scholastic Guided Learning
||Scholastic has published a few weeks of activities projects and guided learning for kids at home due to the coronavirus.
||PBS has put together free standards-aligned lessons for kids in K-12 to assist parents and educators looking to keep minds active during closures. It also has a Spanish language collection.
|Impact Public Schools
||Impact has made six weeks of at-home learning packets publicly available for children in Kindergarten; 1st Grade; and 2nd Grade.
||Intelligent Education provides more than 30 pre-made courses taught by expert & credentialed educators for use either as primary or supplemental education. These courses are aimed at high schoolers and up. Topics range from biology to history to the arts and even to AP calculus. All are a full eight-week course but can be viewed as individual lessons.
|Educating All Learners Alliance
||The Educating All Learners Alliance (EALA) is a coalition of organizations committed to resource sharing and community-building that supports the efforts of the education community to meet the needs of students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Explore their resource library to access tools and supports to assist learning among students with various learning needs.