New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Dec. 9 that the state’s digital divide stands at 31,560 students, down more than 2,000 from last week.

“That’s terrific, but as I’ve said many times and I will say until we get that to zero, that’s 31,560 students too many,” Murphy said. He added that “the biggest sticking point” for school districts who continue to report an unfulfilled need remains delivery delays.

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