Mississippi, Arkansas, and New Mexico have the highest percentages of students who lack adequate home technology for remote learning.
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October 20, 2020
October 14, 2020
Only 11 percent of school district leaders and principals said all their students have the home internet access they need to fully participate in virtual instruction.
September 28, 2020
Involving the postal service, getting schools to help pay, and setting up statewide public networks could be part of the mix.
August 24, 2020
Schools are facing complex and oftentimes unpredictable technological challenges as many start the academic year with full-time remote learning.
June 29, 2020
Between 15 and 16 million students and more than 300,000 teachers live in a household that lacks either Internet access, a digital device, or both, the report says.
June 10, 2020
The urgency to resolve these issues is high as many schools appear likely to continue remote learning for at least some students next school year.
June 03, 2020
The College Board will not offer an at-home, digital version of its SAT college entrance exam this fall, reversing an earlier plan after critics raised concerns about internet access.
May 26, 2020
Internet access remains out of reach for millions of homes across America, but federal officials don't agree on the scale of the problem.
May 06, 2020
The guide urges districts to develop plans for addressing the loss of learning that many students, particularly those in vulnerable demographic groups, are experiencing this spring.
April 30, 2020
Schools need help from the federal government to prepare millions of U.S. students for remote learning this fall and beyond.