Low-income students struggle with digital divide
While wealthier districts overflow with the latest classroom technology, some communities struggle to provide students with basic tools.
While wealthier districts overflow with the latest classroom technology, struggling communities like Greeley, Colorado, are trying to provide students with basic tools to prepare them for a career or college. But without funding reform, these school budgets are largely based on local taxpayer contributions and Greeley taxpayers can’t spare the expense. (The Hechinger Report)
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