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newspaper article | 11.03.15

The Digital Disparities Facing Lower-Income Teenagers

Natasha Singer

D&S fellow Natasha Singer reports the implications of the shift towards digital learning tools across the United States and the effects this may have on low income students based on a newly released study which “provides an unusually comprehensive and detailed overview of digital technology use in an increasingly smartphone-reliant society.”

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