Philly promises public school students will have internet access as coronavirus keeps classes online

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August 3, 2020 - 12:14pm

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This article discusses the plan by Philadelphia School District Superintendant Hite regarding internet access for students in the city. Philadelphia's return to school plan requries students continue virtual education until at least November 17th. However, parts of school buildings, libraries, and child care centers will reopen, but the safety percautins and capacity is as of yet unknown. All of these areas will have internet access according to Hite. 

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Graham, K. A. (2020, July 30). Philly promises public school students will have internet access as coronavirus keeps classes online. Retrieved from https://www.inquirer.com/education/philadelphia-schools-reopening-plan-i...

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Kristen Graham, "Philly promises public school students will have internet access as coronavirus keeps classes online", contributed by Andrew Rosenthal, The Energy Rights Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 27 February 2021, accessed 16 August 2022. https://energyrights.info/content/philly-promises-public-school-students-will-have-internet-access-coronavirus-keeps-classes