Broadband Access Indicator overview
The percentage of the population with access to broadband internet as surveyed by the US Census American Community Survey.
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California Emerging Technology Fund
The CETF information and Reports index provides subject and partner material that informs a focused, strategic effort to close the Digital Divide in California. CETF works in collaboration with key civic leaders and stakeholders, including the Governor’s Office, CPUC, public officials, community-based organizations, employers, labor, foundations and research institutions.More Information »
COVID-19 and the Distance Learning Gap
As schools across the country transition to distance learning due to the COVID-19 crisis, a new Connected Communities and Inclusive Growth (CCIG) report documents the extent of the distance learning gap in Los Angeles County.More Information »
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