Breaking news: People are increasingly getting their news online and on social media. In the United States, 93 percent of adults get at least some news online, on either a desktop or mobile device. About 30 percent of U.S. adults get their news on Facebook.
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The homework gap is the “cruelest part of the digital divide”. This declaration by former FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel reflects the biggest focus of technology in education - to eradicate the gap in opportunities for academic success between students who have internet access and those who do not.
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For 42 percent of Miami-Dade County residents, these familiar phrases are a dead end, especially when it comes to mandatory online homework assignments, higher-paying jobs, and e-commerce. The Internet has become as necessary as water and electricity, but more than 1 million people in Miami-Dade County alone, largely from low-income and minority communities, have no connection at home.