Concord Schools receives 200 hotspots for students without internet

(Photo Supplied/Concord Community Schools)

With Indiana remaining in Stage 4.5 in the Back on Track plan, many students are attending school virtually, or e-learning at least part-time.

To help students without internet access, Concord Schools received 200 hotspots with the help of a grant from Governor Holcomb’s emergency education relief fund.

The grant totaled $80,000 and will cover the cost and use of the hotspots for two years.

WSBT reports that 100 of them have been given out to students so far, as they are given out on a case-by-case basis.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley August 31, 2020 at 9:46 am

Why pay for your kid’s internet (Comcast offers a $10/mo student plan) when the taxpayers can pay for it instead (at ~$17/mo, nacht)…


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