Digital Divide: Local


Georgia Digital Divide Organizations

Georgia Public Web

GPW is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a passion for delivering carrier-grade broadband services that bridge the digital divide between major cities and underserved markets. Our bandwidth solutions foster economic growth, educational development, and healthcare accessibility in the more than 100 communities we currently serve.

Georgia Virtual School

The Georgia Virtual School program (GAVS) has been providing schools and students with options and opportunities to supplement public, private, and home school course offerings since 2005.


Inspiredu mission is to help underserved youth develop the skills needed for education and career success through technology‚Äźbased learning tools and engagement activities with their families, communities, and schools.

NTEN We support organizations by convening the nonprofit community, offering professional credentials and training, and facilitating community skill and resource sharing.

TechCorps Georgia

TCGa’s mission is to promote “Digital Inclusion” for the residents, teachers, students and entrepreneurs of Georgia’s low-income and otherwise under-served communities, and to advocate for the use of technology in promoting self-sufficiency and economic resiliency.

Academic Librarian

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Ellen Barrow
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