Lawsuit: 250 Chicago-area schools, libraries to lose affordable Internet access
Another twist on what digital divide means if you don’t have lots of money…
Clarence Hogan, who runs after-school programs in underserved communities for Chicago middle- and high-schoolers, said he would have to switch to a much higher-cost service to offer the kinds of digital storytelling and programming he currently offers through Living 2 Learn.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do,” he said. “Maybe some kind of miracle will happen.”