Poor Broadband in North West hampering online studies

One in three teachers say their poor broadband connectivity is hampering their ability to teach students online during the Covid-19 emergency.


The findings are revealed in a major survey of secondary school teachers by studyclix.ie.


It shows a clear digital divide between teachers working in cities and urban areas, where internet access is more reliable – and those living in rural areas, where it isn’t.


Luke Saunders, founder of Studyclix, and a secondary school teacher in Enniscrone, explains more: