For years, thousands of students in the Clark County School District have faced a disadvantage in their learning due to a circumstance beyond their control. They’re on the wrong end of what’s known in education circles as the digital divide… The good news is that CCSD and several community partners have treated the problem as an emergency — which it is — and have rallied to provide Google Chromebooks to students. CCSD announced it would reallocate funds to purchase 46,000 units and put out a call to the community to donate 74,000 more. Working with the Las Vegas-based Public Education Foundation, the district created the CCSD Technology Fund for community contributions. 

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