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      FINANCIAL TIMES: HARNESSING NEXT-GENERATION COMMUNICATION TO BRIDGE THE DIGITAL DIVIDE


      Broadband connectivity and access to remote learning are critical elements in today’s education process and a student’s economic future and well-being.

      Access to affordable connectivity is an issue that affects people across all geographies, regardless of whether it’s a rural community or an urban center. However, connectivity in itself isn’t sufficient for closing the gap—it’s learning how to use that connectivity.

      Community-driven decision-making, public and private partnerships, national, state, and local government subsidies, and open technologies must all work in concert. Network coverage, speed of deployment, and the balancing of costs for both subscriber and provider must be weighed to ensure the success of any remote learning initiative.

      Explore this timely conversation that brings together participants from the worlds of business, technology, and government as they detail the challenges and their perspectives on ways to bridge the digital divide and remote learning equity.

      Featured Participants:

      • Hannah Murphy, Technology Correspondent, Financial Times
      • Allison Baker, Policy and Economic Advisor, Federal Communications Commission
      • Scott Imhoff, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Cambium Networks
      • Joe Barry, Vice President, Wireless Communications Group, Analog Devices
      • Justin Dent, Executive Director, Outschool.org

      Featured Video Segments:

      Overcoming Barriers and Challenges to Remote Learning


      The need for affordable connectivity and access to digital devices is fundamental to the growth of remote learning. Community, public, and private partnerships are required, but each player must understand its unique value proposition in supporting an ecosystem of learning and care. Explore the video to learn more.

      Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Remote Learning


      The pandemic exposed gaps in online education, highlighted the importance of access and digital literacy, and accelerated addressing the issues. Reducing obstacles to building and maintaining network coverage in rural, remote, and urban areas are critical first steps, but connectivity alone won’t solve the problem. View the video to learn more.

      Funding Equality and Access for Remote Learning


      What partnerships, funding programs, and technologies are most beneficial for expanding access to education through remote learning? The debate has many sides, including big tech and information provider collaborations, community-driven decision-making, government subscription subsidies and infrastructure support, and open and neutral technologies. Watch the video to learn more.