CHARLOTTE — Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools students were back in their virtual classrooms Tuesday a day after being met with a statewide technical issue logging into the online portal access for remote learning.
Those bugs were fixed, and classes went smoother on the second day of school for many families, some teachers and parents said.
"Our kids have enjoyed it more than we thought they would," parent Harrison Gillming said.
He is a father of a second grader, fourth grader and 11th grader.
“We made it into every one of the classes, they got to meet the teachers, meet their friends,” Harrison said.
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