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ArkansasIDEAS is bringing you new resources to keep students learning from home during the COVID-19 crisis.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson has officially closed schools in Arkansas until April 17. For parents and teachers, this requires a lot of adjusting! First and foremost, we want everyone to breathe. These are trying times for everyone but, with some collaboration and a lot of creativity, we will get through it together!
Our educators at ArkansasIDEAS have compiled a resource page to aid teachers and parents in their kids’ at-home learning. Whether you’re a teacher or a parent (or both!), we can help! So, how does this work?
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