Some students lacked internet and other technology for remote learning. Some schools have provided incentives like free laptops.
Especially for mothers who are working from home and supervising their kids’ school days.
Those who work outside the home must often rely on family or pay for help to supervise kids.
More than 70% of Black students are going to school entirely online, compared to 40% of white students.
Amid the pandemic, about 1,000 of the most vulnerable students have been attending a form of in-person school.
Pulling back from work can put parents behind indefinitely on their career tracks.
It's the latest example of how the pandemic is exacerbating inequality.
Homeowners policies may not cover the educational groups, and local law may prohibit them.
Most email hackers going after students want to make a quick buck. But those targeting faculty may be foreign governments.