Overcoming Obstacles to Bridging the Digital Divide in K-12 Learning
The fact is: ensuring equitable access to digital learning is a uniquely complex and challenging problem to solve. District teams often lack the necessary data and time needed to effectively identify and resolve connectivity issues that prevent students from accessing learning outside of school.
In this discussion, Jun Kim, Director of Technology at Moore Public Schools, Mac McMillan, Administrator for IT at the Beaverton School District, and Amanda Sutter, VP of Product at Lightspeed Systems, tackle the following topics:
- The current challenges associated with identifying equity issues.
- A new approach to leveraging technology to drive equitable learning.
- How to establish a clear and proactive path forward in bridging the digital divide.