Digital Academic Resource Center
Connect2Compete (Home Internet)
Your family may qualify for Internet service at $9.95 per month if you have at least one child eligible for free lunches through the National School Lunch Program and have not subscribed to Cox Internet service in the last 90 days. No deposit required.
To learn more, see Connect2Compete.
Digital Citizenship Links
Common Sense Media offers the following materials that will help parents and students be safe on the internet:
More reference links:
Learning Upgrade teaches English and math the fun way. Lessons engage students through songs, videos, games, and rewards. Students learn at school and at home using computers, tablets, and smartphones.
For more information on how to use Learning Upgrade, please check out our Learning Upgrade Parent Guide.
EveryoneOn promotes the importance of digital literacy skills and increase access to free computer and Internet training classes. Low-income and minority Americans disproportionately find themselves on the wrong side of the digital divide and excluded from the $8 trillion digital economy and all of its benefits. The EveryoneOn campaign aims to help the millions of Americans who do not have the digital literacy skills they need to succeed and help them understand the relevance the Internet has in their lives. Whether it’s finding a job, helping their children complete homework for school or accessing e-commerce, electronic medical records and connecting with distant family, it is vital that we encourage every American to take advantage of the tools they need to succeed.
To learn more, see EveryoneOn.