JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) — Today is the final day for parents of public schoolchildren in Mississippi to fill out a survey about the internet.
The Mississippi Department of Education is requiring all public school districts to conduct a Family Internet Readiness Survey for Digital Learning.
State and local leaders will get the results of that survey and use the information to shape state policy when it comes to challenges in connecting to the internet.
The deadline for taking part in the survey is this afternoon at 5 p.m.