Breaking News
More () »

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.

Before You Leave, Check This Out