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Verizon helping bridge digital divide for students

September 28, 2018 06:59 PM

By 2020, more than 75 percent of jobs in the United States will require some technology skills. While students may have computers at school, many don't have the technology at home.

The "Innovative Learning Program," run by Verizon, supplies tablets and internet service to students and their families to bridge the digital divide. 

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Each school in the program receives the tablets and curriculum for three years.

You can learn more about the program and how your district can join by clicking the link below.


MORE INFORMATION: Verizon Innovative Learning

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