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This news story from July 2020 discusses how a Sacramento school district is working to close the homework gap during the Covid-19 pandemic by providing Chromebooks to students and equipping two buses with Wi-Fi to drive throughout the neighborhood. The district has also partnered with Verizon to offer internet service to families for $10 per month.
In this blog, the National Governors Association lists quotes from the 2021 State of the State addresses of many governors which highlight broadband infrastructure and remote learning and telemedicine technologies as critical to closing equity gaps and responding to the Covid-19 pandemic. It also lists actions taken by some governors to launch new broadband initiatives and program expansions in 2021.
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