A Georgia school district is making substantial strides toward closing the digital divide by using technology to connect parents and other community members directly to its schools.

In the 91,000-student DeKalb County School System in suburban Atlanta, educators have established 16 Family Technology Resource Centers (FTRCs) to close the technology gap and address the learning needs of students and their parents.

The project was the brainchild of Dr. Edward

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