Many students won’t be returning to the classrooms for the opening of the new school year and that has left a number of schools and districts struggling to bridge the digital divide.

The State Charter Schools Foundation of Georgia (SCSF) and the Georgia Department of Education announced partnerships Monday that will allow them to serve more students as the COVID-19 pandemic keeps students out of the classroom and learning remotely. 

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