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Nova Scotia to spend $21M on new laptops for school students learning from home

‘It’s how the premier rolls,’ NSTU leader says after premier downplays concerns in schools Last week, two schools in the HRM reported the province’s first cases of COVID-19 in the education systems which promoted Public Health to close both Auburn Drive High in Cole Harbour and Graham Creighton Junior High in Cherry Brook for two weeks.“They are day one of learning from home and teaching from home,” said Wozney, “and they are making it up as they go.”At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, 26 per cent of families in Nova Scotia said they had technology challenges with at-home learning.Black and Indigenous families were more likely to face these challenges, the province said. N.S.

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