Fall River Public Schools to loan laptops to students to aid remote learning

FALL RIVER – The city’s public schools are planning to distribute approximately 3,600 Chromebook laptops to students to assist with remote learning later this month, The Herald News reported May 1. The district is preparing to teach students new material remotely for the first time since schools were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Superintendent…

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