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Wake County provides access to online lessons for students

The Wake County school system has a plan to help keep students learning while schools are closed as it works on getting computers into the hands of students who don’t have them.

The Wake County school system contacted parents Friday to tell them they’ve created a Remote Learning Resources website (https://sites.google.com/wcpss.net/instructional-continuity-wcpss) that has lessons and activities designed to help keep students engaged in learning.

The items on the website will not be graded and are only review and practice materials for now.

“This is a a new way of life for many families, so we tried at this point to recognize that not everybody may be ready to start learning new material in this new normal,” Marlo Gaddis, Wake’s chief technology officer, said in an interview Friday.

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