WHO WE ARE. OUR MISSION.
Our Mission is to end the digital divide by equipping all economically disadvantaged students and families in Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools with at-home access to computers, digital broadband, and the digital literacy training necessary to immediately stimulate academic and professional success; and to design and advocate any practices, assessments, or public policy that make this possible.
A special thanks to Lowes for helping to kickstart E-2-D!
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E-2-D Fundraiser[rescue_progressbar title="Donations" percentage="60" color="#1abc9c"] We are gaining momentum! [/rescue_donation_tab] [rescue_donation_tab title="Goal"] We have fulfilled Davidson Elementary, Cornelius Elementary, Bailey Middle School and Hough High School already! We want to fulfill all of Charlotte-Mecklenburg School (CMS) needs! [rescue_clear_floats] [rescue_button color="black" url="#" title="Visit Site" target="blank" class="right" border_radius=""]Sample Content[/rescue_button] [/rescue_donation_tab] [rescue_donation_tab title="Donate"] Your financial Donation is appreciated! There are other opportunities to give or volunteer!
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Davidson, NC Recognized as Leader in Digital Inclusion Efforts at National League of Cities Event NASHVILLE, TN – [www.e-2-d.org] – At the National League of Cities Congress of Cities event in Nashville, TN today, the Town of Davidson was selected as one of six winners of the inaugural Digital Inclusion Leadership Awards, presented by Next Century Cities, the National League of Cities, and Google Fiber. These awards celebrate city governments which are leading programs or empowering community-based organizations to … read more
My colleague Vivian Nieves and I had just addressed the 20 Garinger High School Freshmen who had been selected to receive free laptops from the E2D (Eliminate the Digital Divide) Program, first in English and then in Spanish. Now it was Dr. Gwaltney’s turn. To be fair, if we were to have hit everyone’s native language, we would have needed to speak in at least a few more languages, as there was a girl from Burma, a girl from Vietnam, … read more
FACT: The average family in North Mecklenburg County that can afford home technology has more than 11 smart devices. FACT: The average family in North Mecklenburg County that cannot afford home technology has ZERO. There is simply no investment in this community that vaults kids into educational opportunity quicker than having a computer at home. YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HAVE THE MEANS TO HELP END THE DIGITAL DIVIDE FOR OUR NEIGHBORS !