America’s internet wasn’t prepared for online school
October 7, 202011 min read, 2108 words

America’s internet wasn’t prepared for online schoolAmerica’s internet wasn’t prepared for online school

Published: October 7, 2020  |  11 min read, 2108 words
It’s not uncommon for households in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, to lose internet for a full day. The last time it happened, back in the spring, Christina Rothermel-Branham connected herself (a professor at Northeastern State University, teaching online) and her son (a kindergartener at ...
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October 8, 2020
A harrowing tale about the problematic nature of being unable to connect in an ever-increasingly connected world. This is a local, so to speak, story but one which just as readily could be scaled up to include the entire globe. The Author writes in a sympathetic flavor but does not go overboard with sentiment. Straightforwardly, the Writer lays out the bare facts for all to see. The man-in-the-street testimonials, if you like, are powerfully evocative. They make plain the apparent societal failures, at every level, that have led to the circumstances expounded upon. Nicely done all around and a worthwhile read. Five stars!
October 8, 2020
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