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As remote learning ramps up in Chicago, a high-stakes question: Should students be learning anything new?

Carla Jones, a teacher at Cook Elementary on Chicago’s South Side, weighs in on remote learning plans.

In Some Communities, Less Than 60% Of Households Have Internet. CPS' New Plan Can't Change That.

 More than 100,000 households in the city lack a computer or tablet, and almost 200,000 don’t have internet access, according to 2018 U.S. Census data, the most recent available. Internet access varies widely from one community to the next.

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The Digital Divide When You Don't Have A Job

CHICAGO -  When you talk about a digital divide, you’re probably thinking of inner city kids who don’t have ready access to the Internet. But there’s another group in Auburn Gresham that is looking at the digital divide with a growing sense of urgency.