PBS affiliates in seven states -- more states may join -- are partnering with school districts to support remote learning during the prolonged school closures triggered by the coronavirus outbreak. Cindy Marten, superintendent of San Diego's school system, said her district partnered with PBS to design lessons that are aligned with state standards and available to students 12 hours each day, varied in times and grades.
PBS partners with 7 states to broadcast lessons
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