Connecting America’s Students for Remote Learning
Learn how states, school districts, service providers, community-based organizations, and the philanthropic community are working together to identify and connect students who lack home digital access.
CASE STUDY: CHICAGO CONNECTED
Discover how Chicago is providing stable high-speed
Internet access to students who need it the most.
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Case Study: Connecting Students with Residential Broadband
How Atlanta Public Schools connected students using low-cost residential broadband.
Case Study: Finding Connectivity Solutions for Every Student
How Greeneville City Schools connected 100% of students for remote learning during COVID-19.
Case Study: Connecting Students with Wireless Internet Towers
Learn how Lockhart ISD is connecting the 50% of their students that lack home Internet access.
CASE STUDY: STAND FOR CHILDREN
Learn how a community partnership helped to close the homework gap.
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CASE STUDY: NORTH DAKOTA
99.8% of rural students have home Internet access to continue online instruction.
Case Study: Using Data Collection to Connect Students
See how Boulder Valley School District delivered free fixed wireless connectivity to its families.
Case Study: Device Deployment at Pasadena ISD
Learn how Pasadena ISD adjusted their digital device deployment during COVID-19.
How America’s Schools are Getting Students Connected
Explore how schools across the nation are innovating to ensure continuous learning during COVID-19.
CASE STUDY: NEBRASKA
How Nebraska Department of Education Tackled the Homework Gap During COVID-19