$ 100 emergency will be invested to supply students with the equipment and connectivity necessary for online training

The superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District, Austin Beutner, offered an update on the temporary closure of schools of the county due to coronavirus. In a statement published on his Twitter account, Beutner reported that the closure of the institutions will remain initially until May 1, 2020.

The superintendent added that it will take place a $ 100 million emergency investment for provide electronic devices and internet connection to all district students in an effort to boost online training during shutdown. He also reported that the free meal program for students in 60 Take Out Food Centers that are active.

Finally, Beutner reported that employees of the Los Angeles Unified School District They will continue to receive their wages and health benefits during the closing of schools.


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