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Free Online K-8, High School and College Courses
for Students Displaced by Hurricane Katrina!

K-9 High School College

These courses are NOT for gifted kids only, but for any student who meets the enrollment criteria.

Free Online K-9 Classes

The Ambleside Online Advisory has created a free curriculum plan, AO-HELP, for families and relief workers who need emergency educational help for children in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. All books and materials necessary are available online for free. It requires no materials other than pencil and paper, and a Good Samaritan friend with access to a computer and a printer. It is designed to be user-friendly, even for those who have never taught, and suitable for a wide age range.

AO-HELP -- Ambleside Online Helping Hands Emergency Learning Plan

Free Online High School Courses

Are you in need of course content and materials to continue your high school education?  Use this compilation of free on-line high school classes!  These curriculum materials will allow students to study standard curriculum topics including math, science, English, and history while they wait for their schools to reopen or until they relocate.  While the decision whether or not to grant credit for independent work always rests with the receiving school, this online coursework permits students to immediately access the major content of standard high school courses, so that they will not be behind in their studies when they re-enter school.

Free Online High School Courses and Louisiana High School Graduation Subject Requirements (other Katrina-affected state requirements coming shortly)

Another alternative for high school students displaced by Hurricane Katrina is homeschooling, which is legal in every state.  These free online classes and curriculum materials will help you design a high school homeschooling curriculum quickly, easily, and inexpensively. For further information about homeschooling laws, course requirements, and homeschool support in every state, visit USA Regional Homeschooling Laws and Support

Volunteers in Homeschoolers of Maine have collected and reviewed links to these FREE high school level online courses and curriculum materials, available free to anyone with an Internet connection. If you do not have internet access at home, most public libraries provide this service free.

To access the FREE online high school course links, visit Homeschoolers of Maine 

Hadley School for the Blind High School (HS) Program and Adult Continuing Education (ACE) Program  These courses are available online, in Braille and cassette, download and/or print versions, depending on the course.  Hadley's High School Program (HS) features academic courses and electives for students who seek to earn a high school diploma. Students can earn high school credit, which is easily transferred to their local schools, or earn a diploma through Hadley.  Hadley's Adult Continuing Education Program (ACE) offers a variety of courses for adults who are blind or visually impaired that cover areas ranging from braille and academic studies to independent living, life adjustment, technology and recreation.

Free Online College Courses for Students Displaced by Hurricane Katrina

Leading consortium of universities to offer first ever special 8 week accelerated semester to keep students learning

(Atlanta, GA)  The Sloan Consortium, an international association of colleges and universities committed to quality online education, is offering students displaced by Hurricane Katrina an opportunity to continue their education at no cost.  In collaboration with the Southern Regional Education Board and with funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the special accelerated program will provide a wide range of courses to serve the learning needs of students at the community college, university and graduate level, regardless of academic discipline.  These courses will be given by major universities and other Sloan Consortium members. Students interested in finding out more about the program and the free courses can do so beginning Sunday September 4, 2005 at www.SloanSemester.org.

"We know that many colleges and universities in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi will not be able resume their fall semesters and students are scrambling for alternatives," said Dave Spence, President of the Southern Regional Education Board.  "With the help of dozens of colleges and universities nationwide, we can now offer students key courses online to bridge them through this difficult time and eventually allow them to return to their home campuses."

For more information, visit the SloanSemester site...

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