Americans Are Voting for Broadband

For most of us, it’s hard to imagine having spent the last six months without access to reliable, high-speed broadband internet. But for at least 18 million Americans, that’s been their everyday reality – limited options for staying in touch with family and friends, lost work opportunities, no connectivity for distance learning and no way to benefit from telehealth visits.

Research Peek of the Week: ­Educators Think Technology and Increased Individualized Instruction Will Be Critical for Future Students

New research from the EdTech Evidence Exchange and the University of Virginia shows an overwhelming majority of teachers expect students will need increased levels of individualized instruction to counter the negative impacts of the COVID-19 learning experience and that technology will play a larger role in improving educational outcomes.