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The Digital Divide in Education

By Darriya Starr, Joseph Hayes, Niu Gao

Broadband access was lower among low-income (57%), Black (61%), Latino (67%) K–12 households and those headed by non–college graduates (67%).

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California’s Digital Divide

By Joseph Hayes, Niu Gao, Darriya Starr

Experimental data from the 2020 ACS show that 85% had high-speed internet (or broadband) and 94% of Californian households had internet access—of any kind, ...

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How Has California Narrowed Its K–12 Digital Divide?

By Niu Gao, Joseph Hayes, Darriya Starr

Apr 5, 2022 ... The pandemic-related influx of federal and state stimulus dollars helped schools purchase devices and provide broadband connectivity to more ...

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Helping K–12 Students Recover from the Pandemic

By Laura Hill, Niu Gao, Julien Lafortune

Mar 10, 2022 ... Federal and state resources should help expand affordable broadband for all Californians. And digital innovations in teaching and learning, ...