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wmcactionnews5 | August 12, 2020
Thousands of Mid-South students will learn 100% online this upcoming school year. And that means there’s bound to be a tech issues or two. So now, schools are taking steps to keep their students plugged in. Throughout the summer, school districts have been distributing devices to students choosing to learn in an all-virtual manner but many are worried about what happens if that device all of a sudden just stops. Germantown Municipal Schools says it will have a tech support team to help out...
prnewswire | December 21, 2020
The plan to change a significant bit of the training framework online has been played with for quite a long time, as increasingly more online educational programs were gradually presented in colleges across the world. However, because of the pandemic and the social limitation that followed, online schooling, both from conventional and elective learning organizations, has become a pivotal piece of the training framework. For instance, online classes in Brown University have permitted understudies...
Education Dive | June 29, 2020
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday announced a plan to expand high-speed internet access to 100,000 students in low-income households at a cost of $50 million over four years, paid for in part with federal coronavirus response funds and donations, Chalkbeat reports.The city is working in collaboration on the effort with service providers Comcast and RCN, along with advocacy groups like Kids First Chicago. The first two years of the program will be funded by $5 million in federal coro...
NewsOne | February 02, 2020
The philanthropic arm of the tech giant Google is investing in the futures of Black youth who want to pursue careers in tech. The NAACP recently announced that it has received a $3 million grant from Google.org to support initiatives surrounding STEAM education amongst youth. The donation, which will be spread out over three years, will financially back the nonprofit’s Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) program. The initiative provides learning and deve...
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