Colorado pledges $2 million, enlists T-Mobile to help schools get low-income families online for remote learning

The Denver Post: The pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of the 2020-2021 school year, forcing parents, students and educators to adapt. Whether that means hybrid learning models or temporarily shifting to remote classes, Colorado officials say there’s no more important time for students to have dependable internet access.

To that end, Gov. Jared Polis, Education Commissioner Katy Anthes and Attorney General Phil Weiser on Wednesday announced two major initiatives to connect Colorado’s low-income families with broadband services and help close the digital divide.

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