Last week, kids from across the nation went back to school. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and teachers that typically attend and instruct class in-person are now expected to do so remotely. Unfortunately, lack of sufficient access to high-speed broadband is a persistent issue in the U.S., leaving millions of students at an educational disadvantage and hundreds of thousands of teachers ill-equipped to do their job.

In a series of informative social media posts and graphics, IIA highlighted this connectivity disparity and illustrated just how important high-speed internet access is to the future of our education system.