Some technology issues as more Kansas schools begin classes
September 9, 2020
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — Students and teachers facing an already challenging new school year dealt with technology issues as more Kansas school districts reopened Tuesday with many students working online.
In Olathe, service was interrupted Tuesday morning when nearly 50,000 users on separate devices tried to log on to the district's online teaching system that is designed for 30,000 students, school officials said.
The district's middle and high school students were using only remote learning, while elementary students started with a hybrid of online and in-person classes.
The district had...