Identifying students who lack home digital access

August 20, 2020

The Digital Bridge K-12 Home Access Needs Assessment Playbook is a free step-by-step guide to help school districts identify students who lack a home Internet connection or a dedicated learning device. The playbook contains best practice advice on data collection, communications templates, and outreach tips, and tools to help school districts analyze the data they collect and find internet service provider options for unconnected households.

Want to learn more? View a recorded webinar on how to use the Home Access Needs Assessment Playbook.

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