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Friday 18 December 2020



As COVID-19 spreads to us and around the world, public health officials are calling for fewer public gatherings - forcing many activities online. The difficulty is especially severe for schools, where the risk of spreading the disease is high. But many U.S. As schools try to shift to lesson online lesson plans, our threadbare broadband networks are being banned, leaving many students unable to join their new classroom online classrooms.

For school officials across the planet, there is little time left to organize. Earlier in the week, the United Nations reported that 22 countries on three continents have begun closing schools as a result of the novel coronavirus outbreak. That means nearly 300 million children worldwide are missing a class, consistent with the organization, creating an “unparalleled” learning barrier.

All of these examples have been published by the Federal Communications Commission and legislators dragging on the struggle for years to resolve - the "homework gap." This is a term that refers to the obstacles students face when they do not have access to a high speed internet connection reception. In times of crisis, those bar online barriers become more apparent, especially when schools do not plan for them in advance before moving classes to online.

Democratic FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenversell told The Verge, "As a parent and employee, I think we're there to confirm that when a crisis like this happens, every child has the power to search remotely because they need an Internet reception." FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenversell told The Verge.

Washington The state of Washington has seen 75 confirmed cases, the most significant of any state within the country, and U.S. Contains 1/4 of all cases. As a result, the state has also seen many extreme precautions. State schools will begin operations over the weekend to prevent new diseases. Universities, high schools, middle and elementary schools stop buying different amounts of your time, some Moving Classes are exclusively online through apps and software like Google Classroom.

The findings of the study showed that 43.99 per cent of surveyed children have access to smartphones and another 43.99 per cent of scholars have access to basic phones while 12.02 per cent don't have access to either smartphones or basic phones.

About 56 per cent of youngsters were found to possess no access to smartphones which have emerged as essential tools for online learning during the coronavirus-induced lockdown, consistent with a replacement study that surveyed 42,831 students at various school levels.

In a message to families, Michelle Reed, superintendent of Washington's Northshore School District in Washington state, wrote that before their closing on March 5, teachers met with students to "make sure they're using the web platform (s) they're familiar with." Students who are equipped with tools and WiFi to interact in virtual education. "

If a student in the district does not have a useful internet connection, the university will provide them with a mobile hotspot so they can still learn, Rede wrote.

Seattle Public School Superintendent Dennis Junau told NPR that district teachers are asked to "prepare a learning packet" when the class is out of class. She added, "Learning online learning will do that - there will be some equity issues because there will be some students who will not have access to technology, reception, internet."

The NY Times reported Friday that many schools may not be as ready as some teachers across the Northshore Administrative District, across the country, have filled out a Google Doc shared with "tips and tricks" for online learning.

Sen. Other legislators, such as Chris Van Holen (D-MD), have introduced measures specifically focused on closing the homework gap. Its Homework Gap Fund Act will establish a નું 2.4 billion fund that will be funded by revenue from the FCC's upcoming C-band midband spectrum auction later this year, which will move the matter forward.


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With COVID-19 spreading to more regions, state governments are closing down schools, colleges, educational institutions as a precautionary measuring against the disease. Coronavirus/COVID-19 has been declared as Pandemic by World Health Organisation (WHO) and there's a way of fear and panic all round the globe. Since the primary case of COVID-19 has emerged in India, state governments are taking all the possible precautionary steps to curb the spread of the disease which include shutting down educational institutes, vacating hostels, postponing entrance examinations, convocation ceremonies, and more.

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“In times of crisis, the digital divide could have more serious implications for families serving across our country,” Wayne Hole told The Verge. "As the coronavirus threatens to affect our schools, it is even more important to ensure that students have access to a web reception."

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