RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Nineteen school districts in Riverside County are slated to receive $10 million in federal relief funds for the purchase of digital devices that will aid in distance learning amid the ongoing public health lockdowns, officials announced. According to the county Office of Education, the allocation was approved by the Board of Supervisors last month as one of several distributions from the county's $431 million allotment of Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act money. Officials dubbed the campaign to procure electronic devices for students ``All for One'' and based it on an assessment of schools' needs that was conducted soon after learning institutions were ordered shut down in March in a unilateral decision by county Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaise
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