digital divide

Millions of students have unequal access to the great equalizer.
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Many without computers or reliable internet rely on free computer labs or public WiFi networks to do their homework.
How our nation's tech education and access has or hasn't changed over the last twenty years.
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What I learned from making a documentary about the digital divide in America.
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But educators in poorer schools also need basic supplies.
In cities like Detroit, nearly 40 percent of residents can't get online easily.
The government has a plan to offer subsidized Internet access. But experts say that's not enough.
We live in an age of amazing tech, but not everyone knows how to use it to their advantage.