How Can Your School Close The Digital Divide? National Leaders Weigh In

Currently, as many as 12 million students across the U.S. are isolated due to a lack of access to reliable internet service at home, with families in the lowest income tiers 14% less likely to always or usually have internet access available.

The pandemic only helped to grow the already-present gaps in the most underrepresented communities, and schools are desperately trying to help bridge the gap and provide essential resources. This webinar looks at how some schools have used available programs to accelerate their objectives even further. Jefferson County — the largest school district in Kentucky — and Miami-Dade County public schools — the largest school district in Florida and 3rd largest in the nation — are two examples that will be discussed in detail. With the help of T-Mobile’s Project 10Million, they have provided connectivity to the most at-risk students.

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