Transcript for 'GMA' sponsor Verizon is helping high school students, teachers amid COVID-19
Yes and that is for high school kids and their teachers who are going to school at home that's been difficult for everybody are spotted driving us now getting students to will help me promote learning. It's. Being for some the more than 55 million American students affected by the corona virus. And class learning from home in. Works I get scared and they don't get and great at it why. But for others it's been a struggle now I'm just looking at a worksheet try to teach myself lesson which is not working or may help. Being kids adapt to new and challenging work environments is something that our sponsor Verizon has been committed two for years. They're innovative learning program providing free devices in at. Access and interactive curriculums to some of the nation's most underserved communities. The price on innovate and owning is all about bringing bolts that Connie T get team that's well last devices. We seek to raise a moment in time when you need to give back. Now with students stuck at home they're committed to doing even more extending their partnership with the New York Times to provide every high school student and teacher in the country. But a subscription to their digital content for free it's an asset Jonathan Luke list an educator in Ohio has already implemented in his school system. Everybody is isolated right now and what better way to bring classrooms together then to have teachers lead discussions. Based on. Current events. This is scary times for everyone including high school students the more we hope peace and keeping these young people access to the facts to go behind the headlines. It's intriguing really understand what's going all the in the end that's gonna help them book their way through this bus so.
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