New survey shows some teens struggled more with remote learning than others

The survey also looked at the impact of isolation on teen relationships.

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Collage showing a hand holding a briefcase, a pair of hands typing on a laptop and a person holding an iPad, surrounded by letters and documents.
Trish Pickelhaupt/NPR

New survey shows some teens struggled more with remote learning than others

The survey also looked at the impact of isolation on teen relationships.

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A new Pew Research survey finds students from low-income families and Black and Hispanic teenagers struggled more with remote learning than their peers. One factor was a lack of adequate technology.

Reset digs into the data and learns more about the internet disparities in neighborhoods across Chicago.

GUESTS: Heather Kelly, technology reporter for The Washington Post

Nicole Marwell, associate professor at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice; principal investigator of the Internet Equity Initiative

You can find more information on the federal Affordable Connectivity Program discussed in the interview here.