US school teachers turn to digital world as COVID-19 bites

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    In the United States, nearly every state has closed all or some of their schools. Some will not reopen until the autumn semester.
    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey has more from the country’s largest school district, New York, where teachers are attempting to do their job online.

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