Through the generous donation of the Victoria Foundation and several donors, Project Ready has launched five learning resource centers throughout the City of Newark to close the digital divide gap. The resource centers located within Apostle House 1, 2, and 3, St. Rocco’s and Harmony House serve over 145 displaced children. Since March, Project Ready has donated over 150 hot spots and 43 Chromebooks to shelters and at-risk students.

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Digital Divide In the News

Chalkbeat
In poll, Newarkers say remote learning is fine, but still worry about learning loss

A slight majority of Newark parents are satisfied with their children’s remote learning work — but they’re also worried their children will fall behind academically during the school shutdown, a new poll shows.
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NJSPOTlight
Opinion: For Homeless Residents, the Digital Divide is a Digital Chasm

We all need to do our part to bridge this critical gap, or COVID-19 will continue to further divide our communities between haves and have-nots.
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