Articles related to Digital Inclusion


Broadband Physical Infrastructure

Opinion | Maryland needs better broadband – everywhere

Brook Lierman / The Washington Post / Dec. 11, 2020


Broadband Affordability

Virginia is working on getting people internet access, but that plan doesn’t include affordability

Amy Friedenberger / The Roanoke Times / Dec. 08, 2020


Broadband Services

We Need a Broadband Internet Pricing Equivalent of Nutrition Labels

Amir Nasr and Austin Adams / Slate Magazine / Dec. 10, 2020

We need more broadband internet than ever with Covid keeping us at home

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / ZDNet / Dec. 07, 2020

Broadband: Poor speeds could see economy ‘left behind’

Sarah Dickins / BBC News / Dec. 10, 2020

Broadband internet to be expanded for almost 13,000 homes, businesses in Simcoe County

Daina Goldfinger / Global News / Dec. 11, 2020

Musk Rival Mittal Targets Global Satellite Broadband by Mid-2022

Thomas Seal / Bloomberg / Dec. 9, 2020

Smart City Networks Earns Prestigious USTelecom 2020 Broadband Hero Award

Smart City News / PR Newswire / Dec. 11, 2020

Parks Associates: Nearly One in Ten US Broadband Households Cancelled at Least One Video Service During the COVID-19 Crisis

Parks Associates / PR Newswire / Dec. 10, 2020


Disparities in Online Learning

‘A lost generation’: Surge of research reveals students sliding backward, most vulnerable worst affected

Laura Meckler and Hannah Natanson / The Washington Post / Dec. 07, 2020

12,000 More White Children Return to N.Y.C. Schools Than Black Children

Eliza Shapiro / New York Times / Dec. 8, 2020

Black Students In NYC Lagging Behind Whites In Returning To Reopened Schools

Madison J. Gray / BET / Dec. 11, 2020

Seeing Higher Education With New Eyes

Wall Street Journal / Dec. 08, 2020

Most U.S. teens believe there is a lack of equal economic opportunity based on race, ethnicity and gender

Carmen Reinicke / CNBC / Dec. 07, 2020

Mobile Devices Extend Students’ Access and Engagement

Adam Stone / EDTech Magazine / Dec. 11, 2020

New Data Shows Remote Classes Are Leading To Learning Loss In Young Students

Aundrea Cline-Thomas / CBS NY / Dec. 07, 2020

As pandemic surges, where do ‘front-liners,’ business owners find hope?

Martin Kuz / The Christian Science Monitor / Dec. 10, 2020

Impacts of COVID-19 will continue long after pandemic ends, mental health experts warn

Eric Marotta / The Beacon Journal / Dec. 11, 2020

Being a Single Queer Mom in a Pandemic and the Unending Work

Desiree Guerrero / Advocate / Dec. 07, 2020

The Chicago Teachers Union Plays Hardball

Amelia Nierenberg and Adam Pasick / New York Times / Dec. 09, 2020

Most families of color have chosen remote learning over an in-person return to NYC schools.

Eliza Shapiro / New York Times / Dec. 08, 2020

Cal State Works Hard to Keep Freshmen in School During Pandemic

Larry Gordon / Public News Service / Dec. 09, 2020

ISTE20 Live: Fostering Empathy and Equity in the Remote Classroom

Marquita Brown / EDTech / Dec. 08, 2020

Opinion | Build on Common Ground

The Editorial Board / New York Times / Dec. 12, 2020


Digital Divide

Bridging The Digital Divide Brings Medium-Sized Businesses Closer To Recovery

Forbes / Dec. 11, 2020

How Cities Are Forging Partnerships to Close the Digital Divide

Phil Goldstein / StateTech / Dec. 10, 2020

No PC, no Wi-Fi: For school children, the digital divide is real – and getting worse

Daphne Leprince-Ringuet / ZDNet / Dec. 07, 2020

FCC Allocates $9.2B in Reverse Auction For Rural Digital Opportunity Fund

Kirsten Errick / Law Street Media / Dec. 07, 2020

More older people ‘jumping the digital divide’, charity says

Jack Quann / newstalk / Dec. 06, 2020

Vista Mom Says Students Left Behind Without Internet Access

Em Nguyen / Spectrum News / Dec. 12, 2020