- 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.
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