Equitable Digital Access

           

     What is Digital Equity?

 

                                  

     

Digital equity is the attempt to provide equal access and knowledge of technology to every student. 

 

 All devices are NOT created equal.    

 Digital Access Limitations 

  • WiFi services

  • Inadequate devices

  • Lack of parental support

  • Shortage of 1 - 1 devices

 

⇒ Learn more 

ConnectED, an initiative set in place by former President Obama aimed to provide K-12 students with individualized digital learning experiences.  https://tech.ed.gov/connected/

 

   

                                                                                               

  

 

References:

        Boss, S. (2016). Engage parents as partners to close the digital divide. Retrieved from https://www.edutopia.org/blog/engage-parents-partners-close-digital-divide-suzie-boss

         Duncan, B. (2017) Digital equity: Bridging the digital divide (video file). Retrieved from https://youtube.com Ranchero Minerva Middle School; Vista, CA.                                                                                                       

        James, J. (2017). Digital equity: The civil rights issue of our time. Principal NAESP pdf. 96, (3)  12-16  

       Pexels.com

        Pullias. (2018). Digital equity in education team research and findings. (video file). Retrieved from https:/youtube. USC Pullias 

        The Obama White House. (2015). Ensuring every child gets a great education (video file). Retrieved from https://youtube.com

              

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