0:26: What are the challenges around broadband access - especially for low income, rural, and POC. Why this is an urgent issue.
3:33: An examination of the trends in broadband access.
5:00: Dr. Lee shares her story about how she served those excluded from broadband access.
9:59: The reasons that people aren’t connected.
11:43: How a national program could help solve those problems.
12:26: How remote learning will affect African American and Latino students - but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
14:40: A discussion around expanding the funding formula.
17:17: It’s time to rethink where the money sits.
19:24: The No Child Left Offline initiative - what is it and what could it do?
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