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Pandemic prompts more tech usage, education in local schools (access required)

In many situations, technology in schools before the COVID-19 pandemic was just one of the numerous tools to add in instruction, learning and communication. When schools statewide shut down, however, in-person learning in March 2020 due to a government-ordered lockdown technology became much more. No longer was technology just a tool, but a lifeline for many ...
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