Gov. Doug Ducey has announced a Mobile Hotspot Donation Drive to help K-12 students without home internet access online curriculums during the COVID-19 emergency.
The drive is part of a partnership between the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) and will match donated wireless internet hotspots to students in need.
With schools closed around the world, global demand for hotspots has made it difficult for school districts to purchase the devices directly for students to take home. Students will be able to use the hotspots to access online coursework. To donate 20 or more, click here.
– The Arizona 100 reports