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Monday, October 29 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Bridging the Digital Divide: Access to Technology is an Equity Issue

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Technology has become ubiquitous and young people now more than ever need access to technology devices and quality digital learning opportunities. However, research tells us that not all students currently have this access. The digital divide is a critical equity issue because access to meaningful digital learning is an essential component in preparing young people for academic and post-secondary success in the 21st century. In this interactive session, you will hear about research and strategies that will you help you better address this challenge in out of school time. Participants will also learn about the Afterschool Tech Toolkit, a free resource developed by NAA to guide staff in designing and implementing digital learning.

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Jimena Quiroga Hopkins

Chief Program Officer, Development Without Limits
Jimena Quiroga Hopkins is the Chief Program Officer at Development Without Limits, a national education consulting organization. She supports clients by designing curriculum, trainings, delivering technical assistance, and a variety of other services to youth serving organizations... Read More →
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Christina Russell

Managing Director, Policy Studies Associates
Christina Russell leads program evaluation and capacity-building projects for youth-serving organizations in her role as Managing Director at Policy Studies Associates (PSA), a research and evaluation firm based in Washington, DC. Christina frequently works with nonprofit and governmental... Read More →

Monday October 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
West Seattle