California’s Digital Divide and the 2020 Census Justin Goss May 21 2019 A key challenge for the 2020 Census—the first to be conducted primarily online—is that high speed internet access is lower in areas of the state that are already considered hard to count.
How California’s Digital Divide Affects Students Courtney Lee, Justin Goss, Niu Gao April 25 2019 Although most K-12 schools have reliable internet access, certain groups of students—such as African American and Latino students and those in low-income households—are less likely than others to have reliable access at home.
What Does the Repeal of Net Neutrality Mean for California Schools? Justin Goss, Niu Gao July 11 2018 California’s K–12 schools increasingly rely on internet service for instruction and test administration—what does repealing net neutrality mean for them?
Fulfilling the Promise of Online Education Hans Johnson, Marisol Cuellar Mejia June 23 2014 California’s community colleges need both more information and a more strategic approach before online learning can fulfill its promise.