The Sultana Education Foundation’s Virtual Classroom is an online resource for parents, students, and teachers seeking additional support for home-based learning.  The Virtual Classroom features lesson plans drawn from Sultana’s existing Maryland State Department of Education curricula; each with an informative video, written instructional content with comprehension questions, and links to additional resources.   Through Virtual Classroom Live!, teachers and youth group leaders can even schedule real-time virtual field trips with Sultana’s experienced educational staff.

You can learn more about the Sultana Education Foundation’s field programs by visiting and by following one of the links below. 

Please note that all of Sultana Field Programs are currently suspended due to the Covid 19 crisis.

As part of its mission, the Sultana Education Foundation (SEF) assists schools wishing to join the Maryland Green Schools Program
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