PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Students in the school district of Philadelphia have been seeing improvements after a rocky start to the virtual school year.
A slow server caused connectivity issues for students last week.
On Thursday, Superintendent Dr. William Hite announced the issue has been resolved.
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Starting September 21 three locations will be available for Chromebook pickup and repair.
They are Martin Luther King High School, the Fitzpatrick Annex building and a new location at South Philadelphia High School.
School District of Philadelphia says connectivity issues with remote learning resolved