Advancing Digital Equity: Bright Spots from Across the Country

As schools, communities, and programs work together to identify strategies for closing the digital divide, wraparound/integrated student support providers and student success coaches can be engaged to support increased adoption of reliable, high-speed broadband. Individuals and organizations carrying out these roles can leverage their in-depth understanding of community-specific needs and trusted relationships with youth and families to integrate digital inclusion services with supports they already provide and help students thrive in school and beyond.

Across the field of education and youth development, innovative practices are being implemented by schools, districts, and community-based organizations to ensure our young people can fully participate in their education and society. Below are examples of the work led by national, regional, and community-based organizations.

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