New Article: How are schools fixing the digital equity conundrum?
Posted by k-12 Dive on June 29, 2021
Efforts are underway to measure access and equity to digital tools at the state, district, school and classroom levels. For example, Casey Rimmer, director of innovation and edtech, said his North Carolina district first ensured all students had access to devices and the internet, and now “the next question is really analyzing who’s engaging with the content, how are they engaging, how often, and what type of engagements are happening.”
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