As N.C. schools teach online, teachers work to reach students who lack Internet access

By Zeerak Khurram

According to a state legislative committee, more than 197,000 elementary, middle, and high school students in North Carolina don’t have Internet access, making the move to remote instruction difficult. Because of this, some teachers have had to come up with alternative ways to reach those students.

Zeerak Khurram reports.

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