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UScellular pledging up to $13M for After School Access Project
Efforts to help up to 50,000 youth connect and close the homework gap; Monroe  nonprofits to receive free hotspots, service
MONROE — Access to reliable connectivity causes a divide between youth who have access and those who do not. Currently, 35% of low-income households lack any access to broadband service at home. This leads to an issue known as the “homework gap” among students who lack proper internet access.