Updated March 20, 2020
Student Access to Technology
As part of its distance learning guidance for K-12 schools, the California Department of Education has provided guidance on how to support students' access to technology. This guidance includes key considerations for providing equitable access and a continuum of options. Depending on the extent to which students have access to devices and internet at home, LEAs should assess whether an e-learning/distance learning strategy would provide the most meaningful educational opportunity for students and, if so, steps they can take to ensure equitable access.
- SMCOE's Resources and Best Practices for Distance Learning Readiness
- Continuum (Delivery Strategies) Considerations
The California Department of Education is actively working with service providers and others in the private sector to develop partnerships to support students and LEAs during this crisis by offering free high-speed internet access, devices, and other opportunities. Visit their website for special offers extended by various providers throughout the state.
Everyone On connects residents to low-cost home internet service, affordable computers and tablets, and digital literacy training. Residents can search its website to find low-cost offers in their area.
Phone: (650) 802-5515