Thursday, November 13, 2014

Separate But Unequal: Predominantly White Schools Nearly Twice As Likely to Have Superfast Internet Speeds As Predominantly Minority Schools

November 13, 2014

Tweet A study released last month revealed a significant gap in access to superfast Internet in schools based on race, income, and population density. In a world where access to technology equates to opportunities for success, African American, Hispanic, rural, and low-income students are at a severe disadvantage compared to their white, affluent, and suburban […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: FCC’s Steps to Further Reform Prison Payphone Rates Will Benefit Millions of Families

November 13, 2014

Tweet The Federal Communications Commission recently adopted a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in continued efforts to proscribe excessive inmate calling rates. America’s prison systems have been plagued by high prison phone rates for far too long, and this FCC action, building upon the pioneering work of FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, is another step toward […]

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