This dataset is from the National Alliance Publication: Closing The Digital Divide
The top 50 cities for low connectivity account for more than 51 percent of all charter school students who face connectivity challenges. Los Angeles has the highest population of students in low‑access schools, more than 22,000 students, or almost 29 percent of all charter school students in that city. Texas has eight cities in the top 50, California has seven, and Ohio and New York each have four.
* Total enrollment represents the total number of students enrolled for in-person learning. This number does not include students enrolled in virtual schools.