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CT Schools to Remain Closed Until at Least April 20

IMG_20200208_070320In a press conference this afternoon Governor Ned Lamont announced that the earliest Connecticut schools will be allowed to re-open is April 20.

To support students who are out of school for an extended time, the governor said that the state is working to get laptops and internet access for more children.

The Partnership for Connecticut has pledged as many as 60,000 laptops to high school students in Alliance Districts, saying the laptops will be prioritized for students in the most need. The Partnership will work with the state Department of Education and school districts to get the computers in students’ hands as soon as possible. Laptops will belong to districts, which will retain ownership once students return to school.

The governor also said that the state is working with internet service providers to expand WiFi access to families who do not currently have internet access.

Get Easy Access to the Most Requested NEA Member Deals and Discounts

You’re sitting at your computer, pondering the details of your next vacation, an outing with your kids, or maybe what to have for dinner tonight. You know you have lots of discounts available through your NEA membership, but you’re not sure where to start.

NEA Member Benefits wants to make it easier for you to find the discounts you’re looking for, so they’ve gathered up the most commonly asked questions received through the Member Service Center.

Q: Does NEA offer discounts on laptops?

A: Yes! You can find discounts on laptops and other electronics through NEA Click & Save. Shop Lenovo, HP, Microsoft, Dell, Apple, Samsung and more through the NEA Click & Save Electronics Store.
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