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Baltimore schools purchase 10,000 hot spots to help students access online lessons

Baltimore City Public Schools has purchased 10,000 Wi-Fi hot spots for students as schools have increasingly turned to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A city schools spokesperson wrote in an email that the hot spots are currently being used by summer school students, “with more to be distributed in the fall.”

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It’s part of ongoing efforts to bring Internet access to the city’s students as classes take place online. The district announced that summer school students can also pick up a computer during the week if they’re in need of one during classes.

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