5 days from beginning a brand new faculty yr on-line, the Denver district has a pc scarcity.
Denver Public Colleges ordered 12,500 computer systems however not all of them have arrived, spokesperson Winna MacLaren stated. The district serves about 92,000 college students.
District officers on Wednesday cited a nationwide gadget scarcity attributable to world provide chain points. Denver skilled comparable delivery delays within the spring, when rising COVID-19 circumstances brought on faculties to abruptly shift studying on-line. Different Colorado districts have additionally reported lengthy delays in acquiring laptops, with some shipments not anticipated till 2021.
Faculty is scheduled to begin once more in Denver on Monday. Lessons shall be performed nearly till at the least mid-October, when the district will assess whether or not it’s protected to reopen campuses.
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