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These Stanford students are racing to get laptops to kids around the U.S. who most need them
by Connie Loizos
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14 November 2020
On 14 November 2020 TechCrunch reported:
The digital divide is not a new phenomenon. Still, it largely took Americans by surprise when, as the U.S. began to shut down to slow the spread of Covid-19 in March, schools grappled with how to move forward with online classes. Many [students] lacked either internet access or home computers -- and some lacked both. ... It's a problem that two Stanford students, Isabel Wang and Margot Bellon, are doing everything in their power to address, and with some success.
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Unsurprisingly, it began as a passion project for both, though both sound committed to building an enduring organization. They always cared about the digital divide; now they've seen too much to walk away from it.
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