Flash is an outdated, slow internet mechanism that is slowly being replaced by html5 creations which run much more quickly and don’t require a plugin (think of all the times you’ve ever had to update your flash player).
As this evolution occurs, Google is, understandably, putting less and less money into maintaining an old system. However, this doesn’t mean that anything Flash is useless on a Chromebook (that won’t be the case until 2020).
If you’re experiencing challenges with Flash resources on your Chromebook, start by checking your settings. I’ve attached a screenshot regarding this, and when I completed this, I was able to utilize Learn Alberta resources on my CESD issued Chromebook.
If this doesn’t solve the problem, there are other tweaks we can try, but SETTINGS is always the best place to start!