NASSAU, BAHAMAS — When schools throughout the country were shuttered in early March due to the local spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), thousands of students were forced to readjust to a new virtual way of learning, including those at the earliest stage of education.
As a result of those closures, Alexis Bethell, an Early Childhood educator, decided to launch a free virtual classroom that caters to preschool-aged children from three-years-old to five-years-old.
In a recent interview with Eyewitness News, Bethell said the purpose of the program is to continue to foster an environment for preschoolers to learn – facilitated by a teacher.
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