Public-private partnerships provide internet connection for students

On the evening of March 15, fewer than 24 hours before the start of a new academic week, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum announced that schools would close at least through the end of the week to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Hundreds of school districts and thousands of educators around the state raced against the clock to develop distance learning plans that would move instruction out of classrooms and onto online platforms.

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