Responding to the coronavirus

Resources to support learning at home

Sarai Moreno, a rising seventh grader, does homework on a computer at Robbinsville United Methodist Church in North Carolina. The church has worked to provide access to remote learning in a rural county where more than half of households have no internet. Women in the church created the needlepoint Last Supper at right. Photo by the Rev. Eric Reece.
Sarai Moreno, a rising seventh grader, does homework on a computer at Robbinsville United Methodist Church in North Carolina. The church has worked to provide access to remote learning in a rural county where more than half of households have no internet. Women in the church created the needlepoint Last Supper at right. Photo by the Rev. Eric Reece.

For many families the 2020-21 school year is beginning at home, rather than in a school building. For families adjusting to this new reality of virtual learning, staff at the United Methodist Publishing House have compiled a list of suggested links and resources that can help.

Originally shared by United Methodist Publishing House. Published with permission by ResourceUMC.