Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Students without WiFi get creative

As millions of students head back to school virtually from their comfortable homes, two girls in Salinas, California, relied on Taco Bell's free WiFI to access their coursework from the restaurant parking lot. The photo below has made the rounds on social media, since it illustrates the digital divide among children in America.

The identity of the children was not disclosed, but the Salinas City Elementary School District recognized them immediately. The district gave the family a hotspot so the children could access classroom instruction from their homes, since the district is currently on full distance learning.

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