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Common Sense teacher survey confirms homework gap persists

Common Sense surveyed 1,208 K-12 teachers, with four out of 10 reporting they teach students who do not have access to an internet-connected computer at home adequate enough to complete schoolwork. Teachers in Title I schools or in schools serving more than three-quarters of students of color were more likely to say more than 60% of their students do not have this access.

This study confirms the homework gap persists, in line with findings from other recent reports. According to Associated Press reporting based on census data, approximately 3 million students (or 18%) across the country don’t have internet at home and 17% don’t have computers.

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