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The Digital Inclusion and Access Taskforce developed a comprehensive plan to provide critical benchmarking through a citywide digital inclusion survey, with results shared with various organizations working across the county to build equity and inclusion in digital spaces. The first iteration of the digital inclusion survey was executed in April and May of 2021, with results published in July 2021.
The Nashville Digital Equity Study, conducted in partnership with The Equity Group Community and Public Relations Firm and Vanderbilt Peabody College, is generously funded by Google Fiber, Nashville Public Education Foundation and Frist Foundation. 
View the quantitative survey data on the Nashville Open Data Portal.
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