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Prichard Committee Aug 9
240,673 K-12 public school students in KY do not have an adequate connection to the internet. Tell Congress to fund internet access for low-income families & to provide greater broadband access for rural areas.
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Morehouse College Aug 5
Thanks to and we were able to ship Go tablets to each member of the incoming class for Fall 2020.
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American Library Association Aug 5
. today on the Senate floor: "Without a robust investment in public libraries, we will continue to struggle to close the and the homework gap." Congress must pass the Library Stabilization Fund Act and keep :
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Stu Does Linux 🐧 Aug 4
Got a laptop you don't need anymore? Donate it to the Aspen Academy ! We'll refurbish it with & give it to a student who needs it. Msg me or email me at studoeslinux@gmail.com.
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Ready Tech Go Aug 10
Thanks to for reopening their art classes and allowing people like L to resume doing what they love! Now with a donated tablet, he can take his passion online. Check out to see his and others fantastic work!
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Ready Tech Go Aug 9
Guys we need your tablets! The is growing, but together we can beat it! Your old tech can make a world of difference to someone's life. DM for collection details. If you haven't got any old tech please consider a cash donation (link in bio)
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Matt Hiefield Aug 10
Families across the U.S. are walking a very thin line. Broadband is essential for all.
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Dalio Education Initiatives Aug 10
Today, we're announcing a new connectivity initiative to bridge the in . We're honored to be working with Mayor , as well as the Ritter and Per & Astrid Heidenreich Family Foundations and Be Foundation.
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Brigitte Blom Aug 10
Given COVID, we agree w/ : schools should not open to traditional in-person instruction this fall. However, given the >240k students who do not have adequate internet access, we urge to appoint an EMERGENCY WORKING GROUP to close the .
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Mai Moore Aug 10
According to CMSD Superintendent in May 2020, 40% of students didn't have access to the internet. That's 15,200 children who were struggling to get an education. We cannot allow this to be the reality for our children.
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Bert Aug 8
Access, adoption, and affordability. Broadband for all would benefit many of the issues we are facing right now and in our future.
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Peter Radoll Aug 8
Hot off the press - “Dynamics of Digital Diffusion and Disadoption: A longitudinal analysis of Indigenous and other Australians “ -
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BlackLearnersMatter Aug 7
Aug. 19th @ 4PM ET join us for a showcase to address everything from the to the COVID. Opening discussion led by , Pres. at & , Supt. of Schools at Middletown Public Schools.
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Mishi Choudhary Aug 8
Replying to @MishiChoudhary
Identify theft is so common amidst the elderly. It can be overwhelming for anyone, even young, educated ones are so unaware of online security and privacy. How does one have that conversation about seniors?
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Doreen Bogdan-Martin Aug 9
It’s not too late to nominate! Tell about anyone working to bridge the gender . Last day for Awards nominations! More info:
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Maryam Zia Baloch Aug 5
I am trying to send out an email since last one hour, & still waiting to get it sent.
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Jared T. Bigham, EdD 10h
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Lisa Love Aug 10
Thanks, ! We LOVE what you're doing within the Black community. It takes a village. 👊🏾
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ExcelinEd 13h
The is severe, with 21 million Americans lacking high-speed internet connections at home, creating barriers for many students. Join for a discussion on how to improve remote learning opportunities for all students.
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Garris L. Stroud Aug 10
Here's something we can all get behind: a working group to help close the .
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