Protected: The Digital Divide

Research on the Digital Divide

PGCEA Petition

PGCEA Opportunity to Learn Fact Sheet

Abell Foundation: Baltimore’s Digital Divide: Gaps in Internet Connectivity and the Impact on Low-Income City Residents - 2020

 

Close the Divide Press

BTU National Day of Resistance Write up

How can kids participate in virtual learning with no internet access?|COMMENTARY

Teachers unions: Verizon, Comcast need to do a better job at getting internet to the students who need it | COMMENTARY

DIGITAL DIVIDE: Local leaders advocate for better internet access for Baltimore students

Comcast pressed to do more for student digital equity

Baltimore City Council members, students call for equity in digital divide

Baltimore students and council members advocate for expanded internet access

Baltimore City students call on Comcast to provide free internet through fall

Baltimore City Students Demand Comcast Increase Internet Speed During Pandemic

50 Baltimore orgs are joining together to close the digital divide — during the pandemic, and beyond

City Council pass bill to help close the Digital Divide amongst city youth

Baltimore Taps Youth Fund to Get Students Connected

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PGCEA Opportunity to Learn Fact Sheet PGCEA Digital Divide Video

REVENUE:

“Cable Communications revenue is forecast at $14.6 billion, up 1%, with adjusted Ebitda of $6

billion, up 2.2%.”

https://www.barrons.com/articles/comcast-earnings-thursday-xfinity-nbcuniversal-covid-pandemi c-streaming-internet-cable-sports-51595883402

CEO PAY:

Comcast chairman-CEO Brian Roberts took home a total compensation package worth $36.37 million last year, up slightly from $35.23 million in 2018, according to the company's proxy filing with the SEC Friday.Apr 24, 2020

The package included a base salary of $3.29 million, stock and option awards worth about

$10.7 million, non-equity incentive plan compensation of $9.97 million, plus deferred and other compensation of $12.4 million.

Roberts and other top Comcast executives said they are donating their salaries for the current year, 2020, to COVID-19 relief charities. The others are Comcast CFO Mike Cavanaugh; Dave Watson, CEO of Comcast Cable and senior exec VP of Comcast; Jeremy Darroch, CEO of Sky; and NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell.

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#CloseTheDivide #NoInternetNoEducation #10Speeds4HighSpeed #PeopleOverPoliticians #OpportunityToLearn #ComcastDoesntCare

#ComcastCares (an actual campaign of theirs that we can blow up) ...about money