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Classes are offered Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m ET and can be booked to coincide with your bell schedule. Please have two dates in mind for reserving a virtual class, as well as a test date. All reservations are tentative pending confirmation of hardware and software capabilities. After review, a member of the Newseum Education staff will be in touch within two business days to confirm your virtual class request. If there are any questions or concerns, please contact the Education Department at 202/292-6650 for more information. Virtual classes must be requested 2 weeks in advance.
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We will need to schedule a time prior to your virtual class to test the technology.
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Our virtual classes are interactive. To ensure your students can see and talk with us, please confirm that you have the necessary tools in the room where the virtual class will take place.
This class requires small group work online. Please confirm that you have at least one device with internet access per 5 students.

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