N.J.’s digital divide dwindles to 195 students

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Feb. 10 that the state’s digital divide stands at 195 students as of Feb. 3. That’s a 52.8 percent decrease from Jan. 27.

“We’re getting very close to having the digital divide 100 percent closed, and I know that the team in the department of education will continue their strong partnership with our county and local education leaders to get the job completed,” Murphy said.