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The Privatized Internet Is Failing Our Kids

The failure of online schooling highlights a basic flaw in our digital infrastructure: It wasn’t built to supply public goods.

Third grader Ava Dweck takes an online class from a friend’s home in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

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