Article: How Education Is Closing the Digital Divide
Posted by THE Journal on April 16, 2019
Schools need reliable, high-speed broadband connections to effectively prepare students for college and career, according to a report from State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA). The report finds that school districts are taking varied approaches to closing the digital divide and identifies several examples, including in Connecticut, where every school is connected to fiber.
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