BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Schools bought 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots from T-Mobile to help keep students connected to online learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.

While officials have not yet determined if or when students may return to in-person classes in the fall, the district is weighing two plans, one of which would be exclusively online and the other a hybrid of online and in-person learning.

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The district began giving the hotspots to summer school students last week. They will provide 4G LTE service to up to ten devices at a time.

Schools are also giving out laptops to those who need them.

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