ABSTRACT. COVID-19 has exacerbated disparities in education and has further widened the achievement gap between economically advantaged and disadvantaged students. Without access to a computer or reliable broadband internet, minority students and students of colour are often challenged in participating in asynchronous learning platforms. Although school districts are taking innovative steps to address this concern, a significant number of students continue to be constrained in this regard. pp. 68–75

Keywords: online learning; COVID-19; digital divide; collective responsibility; unequal resources; segregated schools


Fawzia Reza
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American College of Education,
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