During Gov. Phil Murphy’s Sept. 2 media briefing, N.J. Department of Education Interim Commissioner Kevin Dehmer said resources will be made available this week to both families and schools to assist with technology-based instruction.

“We want to help educators get the training they need to effectively engage with their students,” Dehmer said. “We also want to make sure parents and families know how to use the technology that links them with the school.”

Earlier in the briefing, Murphy shared the latest figures on New Jersey schools’ plans to begin the new academic year, with 434 districts using a hybrid model and 242 districts using all-remote learning.

NJ Advance Media’s Kelly Heyboer has more.

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