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New Analysis Shows Students of Color Far More Likely to Be Cut Off From Online Learning
July 22, 2020
WASHINGTON, July 22 -- The Alliance for Excellent Education issued the following news release:

As schools across the country prepare for a blend of online and in-person learning in the fall, a new analysis shows that 1 in 3 Black, Latino and American Indian/Alaska Native students do not have high-speed home internet access and are more likely than their White peers to be disconnected from online learning, known as the homework gap. The analysis includes an interactive map with state . . .

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