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NYC Schools continue iPad distribution for students in need of a device

There is no deadline for the request.

Written by
Danielle Valente

Tech access is more important than ever. 

As remote learning continues—quite possibly until the end of the academic year—it's necessary for children to be equipped with the proper tools. As a result, the NYC DOE is stepping in to assist by lending 300,000 internet-enabled iPads to those families who do not have access. Originally, parents needed to submit forms by April 23 for late-April distribution, but now the deadline has been lifted. 

If you want to request an iPad from NYC Schools, here's what you need to know: 

Learning from home—and simultaneously working from home—is certainly adjustment. For those moms and dads who are in need of tips, check out what our favorite NYC parent bloggers have to say.

Visit for more information. 

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