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Hispanic families have uneven access to digital learning tools, researchers find

A new report co-authored by Brigid Barron focuses on technology and learning for Hispanic families.

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There are significant gaps in access to computing devices and high-speed Internet for children raised in English-only, bilingual and Spanish-only speaking homes, according to a new report written by Brigid Barron, associate professor at Stanford Graduate School of Education, and June Lee of Sesame Workshop.

The report, Aprendiendo en casa: Media as a Resource for Learning Among Hispanic-Latino Families, was released by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop.

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