We’ve all heard of the achievement gap that plagues U.S. schools and students. Related — and just as significant — is the “homework gap,” or students’ inability to access consistent, reliable Internet connectivity outside school. This is a major hurdle as digital homework becomes ubiquitous, and particularly impacts low-income households who are more likely to be without broadband. In an effort to help overcome this digital divide, the Center for Digital Education, on behalf of Samsung, sought out school districts implementing innovative initiatives to bring connectivity to students on and off school premises. Read this white paper to learn about how these districts are addressing the homework gap and the challenges still to be overcome.