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The Digital Divide For Latino Students During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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The Digital Divide For Latino Students During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The Digital Divide For Latino Students During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is highlighting the digital divide affecting students in America.

Analysis from the Pew Research Center shows nearly 25% of Hispanic children live in households without high-speed internet and 18% of Latino teenagers don't have access to a home computer at all.

CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas takes a look at the challenges some students face with distance learning.

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