Analysis: Shopping for students without schoolrooms, Texas is spending $250 million to narrow the digital divide

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Will Clarkston of Houston logged into online college preparatory classes from home in October 2011. As the coronavirus pandemic leaves more Texas public school students learning remotely, the state is trying to make sure they have the right devices and networks to continue their education from home. Credit: Michael Stravato for The Texas Tribune

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