Teachers: Help us inform families about the Emergency Broadband Benefit

Did you know that every household with a child at a Chicago Public School is eligible to receive up to a $50 discount on their internet bill and a one-time discount of $100 on a device? Through the Emergency Broadband Benefit, families can take advantage of this program and receive the support they need to get and stay connected. We’re…

Graphic Description: Illustration displaying three people accessing the internet on laptops and tablets, surrounded by a blue and purple background and floral imagery. The text reads: “Connect your community: The Emergency Broadband Benefit program is offering up $50 ($75 for those living on tribal lands) off your internet bill each month. Visit Get Emergency Broadband dot org to learn more!”

Don’t Leave Chicago Families Unconnected: Why the Emergency Broadband Benefit can Transform Chicago’s Communities and Deserves the Support of Government and Local Organizations

If Chicago is to truly realize its potential in the interconnected world of the 21st century, we must ensure that no child is left unconnected and that no family must choose between putting food on the table, and paying their internet bill.

Survivors in Chicago Say Sex Education Creates Stronger Communities

Lea este artículo en español aqui. Chicago has a gender-based violence problem.  Less than four years ago, a report exposed how Chicago Public Schools (CPS) failed to support over 500 survivors of sexual violence. Last month, we learned the Chicago Park District is dealing with a similar problem where decision-makers ignored the voices of survivors speaking out against systemic sexual…

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