The Ministry of Education has endorsed the initiative taken by communications and entertainment company, Flow, to provide students free access to its online educational portal, Flow Study, until June 15.
“Flow Study is an excellent solution to help our students remain focused and engaged in their continued learning despite the circumstances. This initiative will assist in our efforts to provide universal education to all children of Antigua and Barbuda and will allow our students to continue with classes, particularly those students who are preparing for CSEC and CAPE,” Director of Education, Clare Browne, said of the company’s response to the Covid-19 health crisis.
The Flow Study programme, powered by One on One, is available to five to 18-year-old students, regardless of their network operator.
Students will have access to the curriculum used in their schools to continue their learning during these critical times. Access is available through the Flow Study mobile apps and at flowstudy.co.
The Flow Study platform was developed by some of the best Caribbean teachers specifically for Caribbean nationals. The virtual platform has the capacity to facilitate learning at their own pace anytime, anywhere, and from any device.
“Our company is focused on how we can support our communities via our products and services during these challenging times. Given the realities that both parents and students are facing with homeschooling, we saw this as the perfect opportunity to provide access to valuable educational content worry free,” Flow’s Country Manager Joe Mathieson said. “This comprehensive virtual education platform will enable all students in Antigua and Barbuda between the ages of five to 18 to continue their studies at home at their own pace. At Flow, we remain committed to the education of our young people which is critical to the socioeconomic development of the communities that we serve.”