California

The FCC Can Help End Digital Segregation Now by Expanding E-Rate

Exactly 60 years ago, James Baldwin wrote in Esquire magazine that "Anyone who has ever struggled with poverty knows how extremely expensive it is to be poor." Recent statements from some major...

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remote learning

Internet Access Is a National Crisis, So Who's Going To Fix It?

It’s October, almost seven months into a pandemic that has turned the world upside down. Since the shutdowns in March, folks have adapted; businesses have gotten creative with curbside pickup and...

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remote learning

This Texas District Didn't Wait for the Feds to Create #InternetForAll Their Kids

Mark Estrada, superintendent of Lockhart Independent School District, says the first day of in-person classes went pretty well considering the COVID-19 pandemic—with about 45% of students inside the...

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Chicago

Join the National Day of Action Demanding #InternetForAll

There are at least 15 million students in this country who don’t have reliable access to the internet. With schools closed during a pandemic, that means these students can’t go to school. We can...

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Chicago

Demand #InternetForAll for 15 Million Students Who Are #LoggedOut

On Wednesday, August 26, education activists and organizations around the country are staging a national day of action, demanding that every student have access to broadband internet. Back in March,...

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pandemic

Let's Get This Bag From the Government to Build Our Freedom Schools

Black people, it’s time to claim our bag and finally build an educational system that works for us! Back in March I wrote about how we need to end the pandemic that is racism in our public schools. I...

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