Trump administration to offer ‘free’ online video and audio lessons for kids in first month

The White House said Thursday it would offer a free online video lesson on how to play a guitar, piano, and piano.

The White House website and social media pages are already providing videos, audio, and other information on how people can learn the basics of the arts and crafts, including how to set up a recording studio.

The White Department also plans to provide lessons in other subjects, such as painting and music theory, according to the announcement.

More than 20 million students attended public school in the United States in 2015, according the U.S. Department of Education.

The number of students attending schools in rural areas has also increased in recent years.

In 2017, more than 1.1 million students in rural school districts were enrolled in free or reduced-price online programs, according an analysis by the advocacy group Alliance for Education Excellence.

Some states have created their own online learning programs.

A 2016 analysis of the National Center for Education Statistics found that students attending school-based online programs spent an average of 8.5 hours per week on online learning.

This article tagged under: education,education policies,united states,david dakota,ninth graders source The Associated Press title Trump’s plan to help poor kids gets an early start article The Latest News from The Associated New York Times