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Teachers are turning to apps while figuring out the hurdles of remote education. 

Teachers are turning to apps while figuring out the hurdles of remote education. As more students across the country transition into online learning, administrators and educators are exploring the best services that work for them. Some schools are choosing to broadcast educational activities through their district’s TV channels, social media accounts, and websites. Others are using startups like Seesaw or Google Classroom and Zoom—and some of the companies that own these apps are offering their services for free or discounted to make them more accessible to families. Meanwhile, parents are struggling to homeschool their children, with many trying to work from home simultaneously. (WSJ, Boston Globe)