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Attending school from home

Originally aired on KTBC-TV – March 23, 2020 Texas Online Preparatory School student Olivia Lintag already knows what online learning is like. She logs in to class from her home and connects with state-certified teachers and classmates from across Texas. Learn more in her interview with KTBC-TV and the advice she has for others switching […]

Indy online student shares message of hope for teens navigating e-learning

Originally aired on WISH-TV – March 23, 2020 Monday starts the second week of e-learning for most students in Indiana. Many are still adapting and learning to navigate the change, but for some students, e-learning is part of their everyday routine. Bella Lazarides is an 8th grade student at Hoosier Academy, an online charter school […]

Preparing for online learning

Originally aired on WWL-AM – March 23, 2020 With students transitioning to online learning with the coronavirus, it’s important to stay focused on classes. Lousiana Virtual Charter Academy Head of School Danielle Scott joined WWL-AM to share how parents can help. By working with their students, parents can foster student success. Watch her interview here. To learn more about Louisiana Virtual […]

Top Education Leaders Release Free Online Resources for Educators, Frontline Workers, and the Public in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Manchester, N.H. (March 23, 2020) – In response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is releasing a suite of free resources to help educators, frontline workers, and employers navigate these uncertain times. The resources will help universities and k-12 schools transition to fully online education and also provide training and guidance to […]

Cyber Learning

Originally aired on KRIV-TV – March 23, 2020 Are you a parent looking for ways to help your child succeed while learning from home? Texas Online Preparatory School Head of School Forrest Smith shared tips with KRIV-TV on how parents can ensure student success as students switch to online learning. Watch his interview above. To learn more about Texas Online Preparatory School, […]

Online learning has helped me achieve my goals

Originally published in The Capital Times – March 21, 2020 Dear Editor: Recently many schools have turned to online learning as a precaution against the coronavirus. But for me, online school is so much more than a temporary solution. It’s been my best opportunity to achieve my goals. I don’t want to just graduate high […]

Parents, how’s school at home going? Need some help?

Originally published by WIS-TV Columbia – March 20, 2020 COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) – Parents, are you pulling your hair out yet trying to teach the kids from home? We thought so. We brought in the expert on virtual schooling and her first piece of advice is to be patient and give yourself some grace. Easier […]

Tips for parents while districts implement online school

Originally aired on WKOW-TV – March 19, 2020 Are you a parent new to online learning? Looking for tips on how to keep your student on track while taking classes at home? Wisconsin Virtual Academy Head of School Fadia Afaneh can help you can foster student success from home. To learn more about Wisconsin Virtual Academy, visit https://wiva.k12.com/

Wyoming Online School

Originally published by KGWN-TV – March 20, 2020 K12 is an organization that allows the citizens of Wyoming during the current COVID-19 crisis to continue their education online. Students can enroll to this free and fully state funded program which provides a laptop, and K-12 courses that mirror public school curriculum. Head of Wyoming Virtual […]

ECS keeps students in mind while shutting down classes, buildings

Originally published in The Dothan Eagle – March 20, 2020 Superintendent Joey Brannan admitted there was no model to go by regarding the COVID-19 pandemic across the globe, but that Eufaula City Schools were doing as they had been instructed and what they deemed best for everyone involved. As of Thursday morning, all buildings in […]