STATEWIDE — With concerns about COVID-19 mounting, public and private colleges and county school districts are making big changes to class schedules, instruction, and breaks.
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Charter Communications has temporarily opened its live stream free to the public. You can watch Spectrum News via our live stream on your desktop or laptop without a subscription by visiting our website and clicking “Watch Live” in the upper right. Charter also is temporarily offering free broadband and wifi access to families with K-12 or college students as well as teachers. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. The company also will open more than half a million wifi hotspots across the country.
Here is the latest information from the state's public and private schools. This article will be updated as we get information: