Jefferson County Public School is working hard to make sure that each family has access to Chromebooks for their Non Traditional Instruction in the fall. In the spring they gave out 20,000 Chromebooks. For the fall JCPS is expecting to distribute up to 30,000 additional Chromebooks and up to 10,000 internet hotspots.
The "goal is to ensure that every child who needs a compute has access to one. Providing these digital resources district wide is a bold initiative, but I believe it is absolutely critical in creating equitable, engaging learning opportunities and experiences for all our students. This will help bridge the gap between in-person instruction and learning from home" from Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio