This dataset is from the National Alliance Publication: Closing The Digital Divide
The state level data shown in this table suggests that there is a fair amount of variance across states in lack of access to connectivity for charter school students. Of the 44 states with charter schools, 31 have sectors where 20 percent or more of students lack connectivity, with Tennessee and Arkansas having the highest rates at 36.6 percent and 33.9 percent, respectively. Six states have more than 30,000 charter school students who lack connectivity, with California and Texas having the most at 102,447 and 90,558, respectively.
* Total enrollment represents the total number of students enrolled for in-person learning. This number does not include students enrolled in virtual schools.