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Children Access To Internet


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Children Access To Internet

  1. 1. From the Article: New Government report exposes School home digital divide in-school access doesn’t discriminate. As soon as they leave campus, the picture changes dramatically. Take ethnicity, for example. At home, There’s no gender divide,  78% of white students have Internet access, which isn’t enormously different than the percentage with  84% of girls access at school.  83% of boys going online in school.  46% of African American students  48% of Latinos  43% of Native Americans had access at home; Nor is there a significant racial divide,  Asian-Americans and mixed ethnicity students fared better at 74% apiece.  85% of white students, Regarding disability,  82% of African American students,  68% of non-disabled students  55% of disabled students had home access.  80% of Latinos,  79% of Asian-Americans, Parental education and income levels also reveal a stark divide at home.  83% of Native Americans  88% kids whose parents achieved a graduate-level of education had home Net access,  86% of mixed ethnicity students with  55% of kids whose parents completed high school in-school access.  only 35% of kids whose parents didn’t.  If parents speak just Spanish at home, only 32% of kids had home Internet access, The gap among students based on  with 69% of kids whose parents spoke English.  Lastly, 88% of kids whose parents earned more than disability is relatively small, with $75,000 a year had home access, compared to just  84% of non-disabled students and 37% of kids whose parents earned less than $20,000 a year.  76% of disabled students going online at school.