Technology skills only scratch the surface of the digital divide – The Hechinger Report

The realities of the “digital divide” are increasingly apparent. In a consumer culture that equates status with early adoption of the newest iPhone, access to new technology necessarily splits pretty clearly along socio-economic class lines. According to U.S. census data, for example, more than 30 million homes have no broadband access, most of them concentrated …


Jordan Shapiro, a professor at Temple University, hones in on the social context for digital learning and the possibilities of game-based learning.

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