WASHINGTON, DC -- A local nonprofit is launching a list of online and downloadable arts and humanities education resources from its members.
While most cultural organizations are closed due to the pandemic, parents, caretakers and students can connect with online and downloadable resources. DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative has created a free database with over 80 learning resources from cultural institutions and artist members. From curricular guides and virtual field trips to other educational activities, the goal is to enhance students' at-home learning experiences.
DC Collaborative Executive Director Lissa Rosenthal-Yoffe talks with 104.7 WONK FM's Jen Richer. Listen to the full interview here: