I received an email update from Ancestry.com, in which they mention...
"Helping to ease the isolation from social distancing with new connections: Ancestry has collaborated with the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration to offer temporary free access to millions of historical records and images from the federal government. And we will continue providing free online tutorials and video courses to help people get started with family tree building."
...as well as...
"At-home educational resources for families and teachers: With parents educating their kids at home and teachers looking for creative ways to administer assignments, new virtual ways of learning are on the rise. Ancestry is making teacher-developed lesson plans available for free for anyone to download, covering a range of educational topics for various ages."
...More specifics can be found on the page linked to in the email: https://blogs.ancestry.com/ancest...s-records/
Email subject link is "An update to our members from our CEO".