- Educators acknowledge that digital equity is of critical importance today
- What’s more, home internet is essential to helping students achieve learning outcomes
- See related article: Five action steps to shrink the digital divide
- For more news on equity and the digital divide, visit eSN’s Educational Leadership page
When it comes to digital equity, U.S. schools are well-positioned to help families get online with low-cost, high-speed internet options through the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), according to a new study from Discovery Education and Comcast.
However, the study also found that educators lack centralized resources and direct support necessary to successfully overcome barriers to the digital divide. Released to help support this year’s Digital Inclusion Week theme of “Building Connected Communities,” key findings include: …Read More