Students are exposed to digital learning opportunities in a school working to close the racial gap in edtech.

Digital learning is helping this school close achievement gaps


A Q&A with Mashea Ashton, the founder/CEO of a D.C. charter middle school that's bridging the racial achievement gap in tech

There’s a widening technology achievement gap for minorities, despite blacks and Hispanics having more interest in learning computer science. So why is the field so dominated by whites?

eSchool News recently spoke with Mashea Ashton, who founded Washington, D.C.’s first computer science middle school last year in a struggling, historically black community to help bridge the technology achievement gap. Today, 99 percent of
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