Bridging the Digital Divide for Low-Income Students

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dc.description Sunnyside Unified School District in Arizona delves into a district-wide initiative that provided students in grades 4-12 with their own netbooks and laptops to take home, a program started under the leadership of former superintendent Dr. Manuel Isquierdo. For families, technology has created a valuable bridge between home and school that previously did not exist. For administrators and teachers, there is evidence of the breakthroughs that come with a connected learning environment, and the expected challenges that come with such an ambitious and transformative approach to education. en_US
dc.description.abstract Part of a series of case studies produced by Digital Promise examining the work of members in our League of Innovative Schools. Click here for more info on the League. en_US
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dc.publisher Digital Promise en_US
dc.subject edtech
dc.subject poverty
dc.title Bridging the Digital Divide for Low-Income Students en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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