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Educational Resources and Services for StudentsPosted
- Child360's Home Grown program tapped into the great minds of child development experts to help parents take everyday moments and turn them into creative ways to support children's development. Join them for Motivation Monday, Talk Tuesday, Wiggle Wednesday, Thinking Thursday, and Feeling Friday!
- LAUSD resources for families during school closures
- Families can call 213-443-1300, the Division of Student Health and Human Services hotline, with a need for SHHS-related services (e.g., housing/emergency shelter, mental or physical health support)
- Free Los Angeles Public Library resources for students of all ages, including home tutoring, encyclopedia access, STEM content, college admissions test prep, and more!
- Up2US Sports At Home portal of free resources, videos and virtual training opportunities to help coaches keep their teams physically, socially, and emotionally healthy during this time of social distancing and isolation.
- The Online Physical Education Network, the nation's largest public-service organization serving physical educators, coaches and activity leaders, is available to help coaches and students deal with extended school closings.
- Spectrum Broadband: Free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60 Days For New K-12 and College Student Households who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. (For more information, click here!)
- Charter Comcast: Free Internet Service for Households with Children - To enroll: 844.488.8395
- Free Zoom (platform for virtual meetings) for all K-12 students and staff to facilitate remote/virtual learning
- Google Meet (Free)
- The team from the musical Hamilton has released EduHam at Home, where students study primary source documents from the Founding Era, learn how Lin-Manuel Miranda used such documents to create the musical Hamilton, and finally create their own original performance pieces based on the same material.
- PBS: Starting Monday, March 16, students in Pre-K through 12th grade will have the opportunity to access free, educational PBS daytime programming designated for each grade level weekdays (For more information, click here!)
- Bob Baker Marionette Theater's "At Home Happiness" Activity Portal
- Learning Resources: Free online resources for learning – this includes a whole host of free online/web based learning resources for all ages and subjects: http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/
- MIND Research Institute is offering no cost access to a free math instructional program for students in grades K-8 (For more information, click here!)
- Scholastic offers free, online learning experiences for kids of all ages (For more information, click here!)
- "For anyone in these areas who have kids at home from school, watching other kids or knows of someone who can use free brand new books for their kids during this time, we will be giving away books to anyone who asks (while our supply lasts) We are happy to either do a "no contact" delivery or pick up. We have books from board books to high school levels. If you are interested please email email@example.com. Supplies are limited but we will do everything we can to fulfill your request.
- CTE Online offers thousands of free lesson plans aligned to CTE, Common Core, and NGSS.
- EdSpace is a social learning network for the world of education.
- The Petersen Automotive Museum is offering free educational activities and livestreams.
- Edge Factor is a platform to learn new skills and uncover opportunities.
- UC/Scout A-G approved HS courses
- Khan Academy
- Kahoot: Free distance learning