Fairfax County Superintendent proposes $2M budget for tech infrastructure due to virtual learning issues

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We recognize that our students and teachers need a reliable system for virtual learning

FAIRFAX, Va. (WDVM) — As Fairfax County Public Schools struggle to stabilize its online learning system, the FCPS Superintendent has proposed a $2 million budget for technology infrastructure and support.

Superintendent Scott Brabrand said he has revised his proposed budget to include a $2 million down payment. After several failed attempts of virtual learning school board members expect a strong technology infrastructure.

“We recognize that our students and teachers need a reliable system for virtual learning” said Brabrand.

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