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The State of the Digital Divide in 2023
In Kajeet’s 2022 consumer survey, results revealed Americans' strong feelings that high-speed internet is a basic necessity, and concerningly, 64% of U.S. adults are worried about their ability to pay for this necessity.
Diving deeper into how this affects the everyday lives of Americans even as we return to a pre-pandemic “normalcy,” we have found that the need for connectivity may be even greater than before and is here to stay. Download Full Report »
Don't have time to read the full report? Take a look at a quick snapshot of some of the key stats here.
What is the Homework Gap?
The 'Homework Gap', a term coined by FCC Chairwoman, Jessica Rosenworcel, refers to the lack of reliable Internet access for school-aged children and teens outside the classroom. When the pandemic began, 15-16 million K-12 students did not have adequate access to the internet at home, and up to 12 million students are still under-connected today.
Making a Difference in Your Community
Kajeet Homework Gap Grant
We are proud to announce the winners of the 2022 Homework Gap Grant. These entities were awarded their choice of mobile broadband solutions (WiFi hotspots, LTE-embedded devices, routers, or bus WiFi) along with data plans and a management tool. Read the press release here.
- Ben Hill Elementary School(Georgia)
- Billings Public Library (Montana)
- Boys & Girls Club of McGehee(New York)
- Buffalo’s Concerned for Youth (North Carolina)
- Cape Girardeau Adult Education & Literacy (Missouri)
- Center Point Public Library (Alabama)
- Central Consolidated School District (New Mexico)
- Central Greene School District (Pennsylvania)
- El Tejon Unified School District (California)
- Grand St. Settlement (New York)
- Heritage Academy Charter School (Idaho)
- Jasper County School District (South Carolina)
- Jersey City Public Schools (New Jersey)
- Kahlotus School District (Washington)
- Montgomery City County Public Library (Alabama)
- New Jersey Institute of Technology (New Jersey)
- The Randolph Holder School for Social Justice (New York)
- Raton Public Schools (New Mexico)
- Sacramento Public Library (California)
- Sapulpa Bartlett-Carnegie Public Library (Oklahoma)
- Stillwater County Library (Montana)
- Summersville R-II School District (Missouri)
At Kajeet, we believe that Internet access is a basic human right. But, for the 19 million people in the U.S. who still lack home broadband access, the world of online opportunities remains out of reach. Let’s work together to create a more digitally inclusive communities – especially for those who are disproportionately affected by the digital divide.