In recent years, schools in New York City and New Jersey have been offering free textbooks for students, which is one of the best ways to make sure your child doesn’t have to learn online.
But not all schools are willing to offer the textbooks free of charge, and there are some who are taking a wait-and-see approach.
For many, it may not be worth the effort.
But for others, like one teacher in New Jersey, it’s worth it.
In her neighborhood, Kew-Forest High School has been offering the free textbooks since 2010.
But the district recently announced that the program would be suspended and closed, which led to some students being taken from classes and forced to study on their own.
This is not the first time that the district has stopped offering free classes to its students.
In 2016, it closed the program, and the same year, the New Jersey State Board of Education said that it was taking action to end the program.
In the meantime, the district is still working on getting the free textbook program back online.
So, to keep students connected with their peers, the school is using an online app to keep track of who is participating in the program and what is available for students to take home.
In addition, the program offers free lunch for students who are in first grade or below.
In this program, students can receive up to two free meals per day.
The school says that the meals come from their cafeteria and that they will provide the meals in the classroom during their lunch breaks.
The New York Times reports that students in the district who want to enroll in the online classes can do so on the district’s website.