The state Department of Education has launched a partnership with to provide 24-hour tutoring and homework help to every student in the state above sixth grade, in an effort to close the learning gaps left by COVID-19.

At a press conference held at Conant High School in Jaffrey on Wednesday, Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut said one of the challenges that has arisen in the post-COVID-19 educational model is addressing learning that was lost when students were learning online, or missing school due to exposure or illness.

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