School’s out as cyberattack forces Albuquerque Public Schools to cancel classes

Olivier Uytterbrouck and Jessica Dyer report:

A cyberattack against Albuquerque Public Schools prompted the state’s largest district to cancel all classes districtwide on Thursday and possibly Friday.

APS Superintendent Scott Elder said the attack was discovered Wednesday morning “when teachers tried to log onto our student information system and were unable to gain access to the site.”

Read more at Albuquerque Journal.

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