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City of Oakland And OUSD Have Plan To Close Digital Divide - Press Conference https://youtu.be/kUGDJNlT9tM

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City of Oakland And OUSD Have Plan To Close Digital Divide - Press Conference Here are the questions that were asked at the ZOOM-powered press conference: From Galaxy J3 Prime to Everyone: (12:09 PM) Thank You All! From Julia McEvoy to Everyone: (12:11 PM) how, exactly are the disconnected students and their families going to get connected now that you have 2 mill in hand? From Galaxy J3 Prime to Everyone: (12:12 PM) Great Move Great LeadershipThank You Tech Exchange From Theresa Harrington to Everyone: (12:17 PM) What is your strategy for reaching the $10 mil goal? From Me to Everyone: (12:19 PM) Question from Zennie Abraham of Oakland News Now: is there a set of program goals and objectives so that we know when milestones are met, aside from just fund-raising? Thanks. From Timothy Douglas to Everyone: (12:20 PM) Thank you all for your hard work, to double down on Julia’s question: How is the money going to be spent? How will it be dispersed to schools? Who will be purchasing devices/providing internet? From Bob Redell to Everyone: (12:20 PM) When will the students receive the computers / internet access with the phase one money? Will the $12.5M guarantee computers / internet access for all students or only those who need it? Bob Redell / NBC Bay Area From Julia McEvoy to Everyone: (12:20 PM) Los Angeles Unified buys and activates the hotspots, then gives them to the schools to distribute to students who need Internet access. Why hasn’t OUSD been able to do this yet? -KQEDWhat kind of leverage do you have, Mayor Schaaf, to pressure ISPs doing biz in Oakland to open up wifi portals to all of the city for free in this time of crisis? From Ashley McBride to Everyone: (12:22 PM) Is there an effort to address teachers’ technology needs? Ashley McBride/Berkeleyside From Mark Hurty to Everyone: (12:24 PM) What are the specific technical solutions that are on the table? Specifically, how will the initial investment support a long term solution to this problem? The Superintendent spoke of broadband access as a public utility, but that is not our current reality. Will Oakland consider creating a publicly owned network that provides access to students and families that need it, bypassing the challenging application requirements for lifeline services imposed by the commercial ISPs? From jumoke hinton to Everyone: (12:25 PM) NAACP Education 2nd Vice President Ms Adams From Bob Redell to Everyone: (12:25 PM) How many students in the district don’t have internet / devices? (I know its roughly 50 percent but what’s the headcount?) From Julia McEvoy to Everyone: (12:26 PM) @Kyla: exactly how many students are not participating right now, have not been counted, in the district’s distance learning continuing education efforts. How many students are still “missing” or have not ‘checked in’ at all at this point.-KQED From jumoke hinton to Everyone: (12:26 PM) Has anyone Tech Exchange OUSD Mayor’s office Desegregated the data on Diverse Languages and Race??? From Julia McEvoy to Everyone: (12:27 PM) @Kyla: Los Angeles Unified buys and activates the hotspots, then gives them to the schools to distribute to students who need Internet access. Why hasn’t OUSD been able to do this yet? -KQED@Curtis Sarikey: why don’t ALL OUSD students have access to hotspots by now, given what LAUSD was able to get done weeks ago? From Julia McEvoy to Everyone: (12:29 PM) +1 Bob Redell question. We heard 3400 don’t have internet. Now you’re saying half the district. From Galaxy J3 Prime to Everyone: (12:29 PM)
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