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Infographic: Student Access to Digital Learning Devices

By on November 24, 2012
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Digital Learning Now, an initiative for better digital learning between the Foundation for Excellence in Education, the Alliance for Excellent Education and Getting Smart, published a series of reports to help form better policy around education. This infographic helps illustrate the ‘digital divide’ for access to the enabling technologies. While that’s nothing new, what we found most interesting are the brief overviews of different funding models that school districts and states have implemented to bridge the gap.



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