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Eugene 4J Working to Remove Remote Learning Barriers for Low-Income Students in School District

Eugene 4J School District


As Spring Break comes to an end, Oregon school districts are navigating how to equitably teach classes remotely. The Eugene 4J school district is working to remove barriers to learning for low-income students.

From March 30 to April 3, the district will distribute loaner student devices and support parents in getting internet access. Families in need of a loaner device or wifi, should fill-out the online technology survey on the 4J website.


As of today, 4J has received over 13,700 responses to the survey. 4J staff will start calling the remaining 2,500 students they have not heard from.


The Eugene 4J School District is preparing to start online learning on April 6.

Elizabeth Gabriel is a former KLCC Public Radio Foundation Journalism Fellow. She is an education reporter at WFYI in Indianapolis.
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