Through PenPal Schools, children collaborate through online projects ranging from human rights and the environment to robotics, all while practicing reading, writing, and technology skills.
Colleges and universities across Texas are coming up with ways to help students while campuses are closed.
“We think Liberty’s practices will become the model for all colleges to follow in the fall, if Coronavirus is still an issue," Falwell said in a statement.
The AP College Board said that students taking the online exams can choose between two different testing dates.
Many parents turned into teachers Monday morning as students started online classes.
This 'prayer of a desperate mother' is speaking to parents as schools across the country continue to shutdown for the year amid coronavirus pandemic.
A Mesquite teacher is among many here in North Texas showing their students some love from a distance as schools remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Entertainment options are slim, but luckily for parents, some area attractions are coming to the rescue.
Livingstone says the cases are all travel-related and that the university anticipates they will have additional positive cases during the days and weeks ahead.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, President Donald Trump announced that states can cancel school testing that was previously required by the federal government.
Many schools have shifted to remote e-learning as North Texas districts monitor the coronavirus situation.
UT President Gregory Fenves announced the move in a letter, saying UT is asking students not to return to campus after March 30 unless there is a specific need and if they have living arrangements elsewhere.
Texas A&M University announced it will postpone its Spring 2020 graduation ceremony. The university says it plans to deliver diplomas in the mail.
Dallas ISD students are on Spring Break. But in a matter of days, thousands of parents, students and teachers will be navigating online instruction.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says all state universities will continue online classes only through the remainder of the spring semester.
In addition to classes going online, May commencement ceremonies will be postponed, but degrees will still be conferred for those who satisfy their academic requirements and spring graduates will be able to walk at an August ceremony.
A handful of North Texas school districts, including Dallas ISD, have announced schools will be close indefinitely to help slow the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Students will not be required to take the STAAR test for the 2019-2020 school year.
With millions of children home from school over the next couple weeks, Scholastic has put together a website to keep students busy and learning.
Schools across the country will be closing beginning Monday as fears of the spread of the coronavirus continue. This will create a unique situation where students will be expected to begin distance learning or online courses during that time despite not actually being at school.