Without a Net

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Docu examines digital inequities in public school education.

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Timely Film For 2020 & Beyond

This documentary examines the inequalities in the United States educational system when it comes to technology. It is a good discussion film with the entire family. It's thought provoking, sobering and an introduction to how you all can work together for the common good and provide education for every child in these great United States of America. You hear it directly from the kids throughout the United States as they encounter technology challenges and what our society is trying to do end up lifting every child to prepare them to be digital citizens now and into the future!

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