Online resources open to Hoosier students

The Indiana Department of Education is offering a number of online resources to help young Hoosiers begin the school year, whether students are returning to school for in-person instruction, or participating in remote- or e-learning.

For information on internet access, low-cost broadband and how to qualify for a free computer, parents are encouraged to visit https://www.doe.in.gov/. Students can also access educational activities sorted by grade level and subject area, including writing prompts, a free e-library, physical education and art programs. The website also provides information on health and safety guidelines to review as students return to the classroom, including help with face coverings.

IDOE partnered with Indiana Public Broadcast Stations to connect families to educational television programing and online resources aligned to Indiana’s academic standards. These programs can be accessed at PBSLearningMedia.org. To find your local station and TV schedule, visit IPBS.org.

Starting this week, students in grades four through 12 can also receive free math and science tutoring by visiting www.AskRose.org, by calling 877-ASK-ROSE, or by chatting live online with a tutor to work through homework assignments.

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