A rural school shrinks—but grows its digital toolkit

How educators brought internet access to New Mexican youth.

 

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Many families in rural New Mexico still do not have high speed internet access at home. This week, we team up with the Solutions Journalism Network in a report from Farmington on the digital divide in education. New Mexico in Focus Correspondent Megan Kamerick looks at how the public school district, a local college and nonprofits are closing the gap in the digital divide for students by addressing access to technology and the internet.




Thumbnail image credit: For students in Farmington, New Mexico, educators and public leaders strike a balance between old and new, digital tools. /Megan Kamerick/ New Mexico in Focus.

This story is part of the "Small towns, big change" project through the Solutions Journalism Network.

 
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