The city of Cleveland has been selected as one of 28 communities around the country to receive Internet access for families with school-age children who live in assisted housing.
Nationwide, less than half of low-income families have Internet access at home, according to the Federal Communications Commission.
In Cleveland, there are thousands of households without Internet. But a program called Cleveland Connects aims to give the children in those homes the same opportunities as everyone else.
Like most students living in government housing, April Willis is forced to do her homework in libraries or overcrowded computer labs.
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