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A Digital Learning Curve as Shelby County Schools Get More Online in Fall

A Digital Learning Curve

Officials pass an $11 million plan to provide tablets and laptops and even create Internet hotspots to help bridge the “digital divide’’ among Shelby County Schools students. Still, there’s worry about how to get thousands of kids online, many for the first time.

This story was produced by WKNO-FM in partnership with The Institute. 

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Natasha Senjanovic is a contributor to The Institute for Public Service Reporting. A Nashville-based journalist and public radio producer, she’s won numerous awards as a news anchor and for reporting on vulnerable populations, including survivors of domestic and sexual violence, at-risk youth and undocumented immigrants. She served as afternoon host for Middle Tennessee NPR station WPLN for three years.

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