As Ohio began closing school buildings in mid-March and shifting to online education to limit the novel coronavirus, 30-year-old Alexandria Stottlemire worried about how she, her four children, her two school-age siblings and her mother would be able to get by with one computer. Stottlemire’s mother, who works from home, needed it during the day, and Stottlemire needed the computer at night for an online distance learning program.

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