/ Modified mar 27, 2020 6:08 p.m.

Some families face barriers as schools transition to online instruction

A discussion with Pima County School Superintendent Dustin Williams.

Coronavirus precautions led Gov. Doug Ducey to order K-12 schools closed until at least April 10. In the meantime, districts are devising ways to continue instruction, including exploring online options. Pima County Superintendent of Schools Dustin Williams discussed the barriers some families face with access to digital learning and how closures are impacting the remainder of the school year.

Arizona Public Media has partnered with Arizona PBS to provide educational resources for families online and on its broadcast channels. You can find more information here.

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