WRAL’s Rosalia Fodera spoke with some Wake County parents who are upset their children still don’t have the technology needed for their online classes.
ALONG WITH THE LINKS YOU NEED ON WRAL.COM. >>> MORE THAN TWO WEEKS IN TO THE SCHOOL YEAR, SOME WAKE COUNTY STUDENTS ARE STILL TRYING TO LEARN WITHOUT ACCESS TO THE PROPER TECHNOLOGY. PARENTS SAY THEY ARE FINISHED WAITING. SHARING THEIR FRUSTRATIONS OVER WAITING AND THEN BEING TURNED AWAY. >> Reporter: LONG LINES, THE HEAT, FRUSTRATION ALL TO LEAVE WITHOUT THE PROMISED CHROMEBOOKS. >> THEY TOLD US IF WE WEREN’T IN THE BUILDING, WE WERE NOT GOING TO GET A DEVICE. NOW SCHOOL STARTED TWO AND A HALF WEEKS AGO. >> Reporter: PARENTS WAITED OUTSIDE APEX HIGH SCHOOL TO PICK UP DEVICES FOR THEIR CHILDREN’S ONLINE LEARNING. MANY WERE TOLD WEDNESDAY BETWEEN 9:00 AND 4:00 WAS THEIR DESIGNATED PICK-UP TIME LIKE CHRISTINE DUBUQUE. >>