Thousands of Colorado Students Remain Disconnected from School [telecom]

When COVID-19 hit, the internet became an essential school supply. Districts in the Denver metro area scrambled to meet the need, collectively spending more than $1 million in the past five months to buy mobile hotspots and pay families' internet bills so children could learn.

Philanthropies and foundations have spent even more.

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