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The Digital Divide in the U.S. [INFOGRAPHIC]

COVID-19 shines a spotlight on the existing digital divide in the U.S., leaving low-income students at a great disadvantage in the remote learning era. At least 12 million school-aged children are impacted by the "homework gap." Check out this infographic to learn more about this digital divide and what you can do to help close that gap.

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