How to help slash your community's digital divide in education

The digital divide in education — a term that refers to the gap between students who do and don't have easy and reliable access to the internet and technology — looks different depending on who it affects. 
Sometimes it's a kid squinting at a cellphone screen because they don't have a home computer, struggling to do their homework as their parents worry about the family data plan running out.
Other times, it's a student who's grown up with limited internet access, so they have trouble figuring out how to use the digital platforms they need in order to attend class remotely.
Then there are the siblings who have to attend remote school at the same time, but the family only has one computer and a spotty WiFi connection. Read more... More about Education , Social Good , Internet Access , Social Good , and Activism

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