The state Department of Education released its latest survey of technology needs in the state’s public schools, with more than 35,000 students still without the needed devices or connectivity for remote learning.
In East Orange, for instance, more than 6,000 students continue not to have the necessary tools. Jersey City and Camden are each 2,000 students short. And even in upscale Montclair or Summit, the gap remains around 1,000 students each.
NJ Spotlight News distilled the latest information into the following graphics that let you see how your district is doing.