LEE COUNTY, Fla. – All Lee County public faculties opened Aug. 31.
College students who selected on-line studying confronted plenty of technical points.
The Superintendent of the Lee County College District, Dr. Greg Adkins, confirmed there was a licensing problem with Microsoft. He stated the exterior problem brought on plenty of issues for college students.
“We had some Microsoft licensing points. It wasn’t within the district. It was exterior. Our crew started working and sorted via these,” Adkins stated.
Mother and father whose kids realized head to head stated there weren’t any points.
Adkins stated college students have been social distancing at faculties and there have been no reported points.
If somebody has a problem with on-line studying or head to head, Adkins stated one of the best ways to repair it’s via the college your baby goes to.
Additionally you’ll be able to contact the district’s COVID Response Activity Pressure at 239-356-2800 or [email protected]