Rural Districts Face Down the Homework Gap

There’s good news for rural school districts. According to the education nonprofit organization EducationSuperHighway, 96 percent of public schools in the U.S. (an estimated 44 million students) have adequate Internet resources required for digital learning.

And while a statistic like this means good news for educators working to close the Homework Gap in this country, the report shows a different gap that needs to be bridged—one between urban school districts and rural ones.

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