With pandemic closures, schools had to quickly adapt to a digital learning environment — but there is a glaring inequity in the new system. How do you teach the 15 million students who don’t have internet access? Simple answer: you can’t. Through conversations with activists, policymakers and parents, host Dirk Tillotson tells the story of how so many students got locked out of the (digital) schoolhouse and who holds the keys.
This podcast is an audio archive of the show, which you can watch on Citizen Ed’s website. Dirk goes live every Friday at noon ET on Citizen Ed’s Facebook page.