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Teachers hand deliver lessons to Aboriginal students lacking internet access

Teachers in far western NSW say they have been hand-delivering lessons to Aboriginal students at home because families don't have reliable access the internet and many don't have computers for their children to work on.

To allow children to keep learning, Wilcannia central school teachers have been making lesson packs for their students and delivering them in person every few days, on a 9km round trip in the school minibus.


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