A student wears a virtual reality headset for learning, showing how VR is positioned for the classroom.

Arkansas turns to VR for new education program


A partnership puts VR in the hands of students, as research shows the innovative technology has lots of promise for learning

Arkansas is using virtual reality (VR) to provide concussion education to every public junior high and high school in the state.

During Computer Science Education Week in December 2018, the Arkansas Department of Education announced the statewide launch of CrashCourse, a video education tool that highlights the signs and symptoms of concussions, as well as the long-term effects.

The goal is to educate students--primarily student athletes--of the effects,
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