Parents raise concerns about technology accessibility for students in virtual learning
ALVIN Not every family can afford or have access to the basic digital tools their children need for virtual learning. How are they going to learn when we dont have anything that works, Lauren Levesque said. Levesque works from home and will send her daughter back to school because the internet goes in and out. But parents like Braid and Levesque say the problems fall back on the companies that provide the services they need. We have to figure out how to get it fixed so they can have a good education, Levesque said.