Four Critical Steps to Understanding and Reducing Digital Inequities

At a recent American Educators Research Association workshop, experts from around the country discussed how to better understand and address the ever-changing Digital Divide.

Four critical needs were uncovered by the group:

  1. Increased professional development at the leadership level for an aligned vision for digital fluency and computational thinking;
  2. Selecting and adapting current digital learning and teaching tools to meet the needs of different audiences;
  3. Being more inclusive to underrepresented minorities, women, and those living in poverty; and,
  4. Focusing on more comprehensive evaluation tools.

The full article can be found on EdWeek’s blog. How is your school, district, or state rising to the challenge?

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