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Free Wi-Fi headed to Phoenix school districts to help end digital divide

Posted 1/8/22

The digital divide is an old problem that requires a new – and permanent – solution. The divide, which refers to the gap between people who have access to modern information and communications technology and those who don’t, hinders education for millions of students lacking internet access. The pandemic made this divide far more visible.

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