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Prince George’s, Charles Counties Encounter Tech Issues on First Day of Virtual Classes

Two Maryland school districts had problems with their online educational tools as the first day of school commenced Monday.

The Charles County Public Schools said its website and StudentVue, an online resource that allows students to track assignments, classroom events and academic performance, had shut down, school officials tweeted at 8 a.m.

“Both issues are being addressed and we’ll keep you updated,” school officials said, WRC-TV (Channel 4) reported.

Meanwhile, Prince George’s County Schools reported “isolated technological problems with Zoom” in a tweet at about 9 a.m., WRC reported. However, county officials said the problems had been resolved nearly 40 minutes later.

The technical issues in Charles and Prince George’s occurred as virtual school years started also in the District and Maryland’s Montgomery and St. Mary’s counties.

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