CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Schools in North Carolina are trying to figure out how they can safely teach students this fall. It may include kids learning at home.
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The state knows a lot of concerns come along with that, including child care and internet access.
“They’re [families are] doing well but it’s different than having a teacher face-to-face,” said Racquel Linton, regarding remote learning. Linton is a social worker with Thompson Child and Family Focus.
>> In the video at the top of the page, Channel 9′s Elsa Gillis learned each district will have to come up with a plan to address those challenges.
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