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Community leaders in San Antonio are working to bridge the digital divide | Together We Rise

Education leaders say the technology gap is hurting low-income communities of color. Here's what they're doing to address the problem.

SAN ANTONIO — Local leaders say the digital divide is hurting students, especially in low-income communities of color.

Without affordable and reliable access to the internet, along with the skills to use it, students can find themselves at a significant disadvantage.

Nearly 40% of people in San Antonio don't have an internet subscription, but education leaders in the city are working to make sure that students aren't left behind.