Coronavirus Education

Coronavirus and College

Starting college is hard. And because we’re living during a pandemic, incoming college freshmen will enter college at a time of uncertainty. Although many colleges in the U.S. are preparing for these challenges, college will not be the same...

Virtual Summer Camps in Indianapolis

Interested in signing your child up for camp without actually sending them to camp? To accommodate families who may not yet be comfortable sending their kids to an in-person camp this summer, many organizations have transitioned their programming to virtual...

Personalized Virtual Tutoring from Huntington Learning Center

Don't let your child's education skills decline over the next several months! Huntington Learning Center Indianapolis' location in the Glendale Town Center offers help for kids from Kindergarten through high school to help build academic self-sufficiency.  For families who need...

Homeschooling Advice from Lawrence Township’s 2019 Teacher of the Year

Indiana is under a stay-at-home order, but that doesn't mean you can't go outside! Here are 15 places to enjoy nature while social distancing.

How Parents Can Keep their Kids Happy and Healthy during COVID-19

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus Disease, also known as COVID-19, is "novel" because it's new. It has never been seen in humans before, and because of this, medical professionals do not yet understand the extent of the disease.  What do they...

Sesame Workshop Launches Initiative to Help Families During Coronavirus

In response to the unprecedented uncertainty facing young children and families, Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, is offering a broad variety of free resources to help children and families during the coronavirus pandemic. Today’s announcement of...

31 Easy Science Experiments and STEM Activities Using Household Stuff

If you need ways to keep the spark of learning alive at home, these 31 easy science experiments and STEM activities are just the thing.

Wisdom from Homeschool Parents

Many parents in Central Indiana have taken on a job that we never thought we would have: that of a homeschooler. With schools closed indefinitely, parents are scrambling to help their students with e-learning assignments and scouring the internet...

Indianapolis Public Library Expands Digital Resources During COVID-19

With more children and adults at home while efforts to contain the coronavirus continue, the Indianapolis Public Library is responding by making more eBooks and eAudiobooks available in its collection of free electronic resources found at indypl.org.     The library is...

Free Online Learning Tools for All Ages

With schools, libraries, etc. closing due to COVID-19, we made a list of 70 things to do with kids at home to help pass the time!

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