What we're doing to close the homework gap

Kids Action pushes forward on broadband for low-income kids and their parents. By Danny Weiss
Topics: Digital Divide
What we're doing to close the homework gap

A top priority for Common Sense Kids Action is leveling the playing field so all kids and families, regardless of ZIP code, can benefit from high-speed broadband at home, something most of us take for granted but that is not available in millions of homes.

Today, we wrote a letter to the Federal Communications Commission encouraging them to make much-needed reforms to a 30-year-old program that has the potential to deliver broadband to homes that don't have it. This will help kids do their homework -- at home! -- and help their parents and guardians look for work, apply for jobs, and increase their participation in society.

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About Danny Weiss

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Danny was previously Common Sense Kids Action's Vice President of Federal Policy. Read more

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