Comcast is making more low-income families eligible for a program that offers $10-a-month broadband Internet access.
Comcast launched Internet Essentials in 2011 for families with children who receive free or reduced-price school lunches. Since then, 350,000 households including 1.4 million people have subscribed to the service. The program also offers customers $150 computers, having sold 30,000 of them over the past three years, according to Comcast.
This site provides short (1-2 minute) videos about the reading and math skills your child is learning in his/her classroom. The videos are designed for parents of students in grades K-5 and may be watched in either English or Spanish. You can select the grade level video library you wish to view on the main page of the site.