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Outschool has opened up its online classrooms to deliver remote courses to K-12 students ages three to 18, affected by school closures. The classes are being made available free through donations for families who can’t afford to pay for the service. There are some 10,000 classes available in the company’s catalog, and each consists of small-group video chats created and taught by vetted teachershttps://blog.outschool.com/free-online-classes-for-public-school-students-affected-by-closures/

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