Karen Archer Perry and Chauncy LennonView Posts by Contributor

With one-third of Americans still lacking broadband Internet connections at home, access to the internet is often considered an equity issue. Yet programs aimed at narrowing the digital divide may leave their strongest legacies in the areas of community and economic development.  Online access is a gateway to opportunities in education, workforce, and health, and [...]



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