Philadelphia Expanding Program That Connects Students, Families To Internet

It's called PHLConnected.

Video Transcript

UKEE WASHINGTON: Philadelphia is expanding a program that connects students and their families to the internet. It's called PHLConnectED, and it will now include eligible pre-K families. The program, which launched last summer, connects Philadelphia families with students in kindergarten through 12th grade to reliable internet access for remote learning. Anyone interested just needs to call 211 and press Option 1. You'll be connected with a resource navigator.

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