Today, 32 million adults lack the skills to use a computer, and more than half of Americans are not comfortable using technology to learn in our digital economy. In an increasingly high-tech world, gaps in tech literacy can actually exacerbate existing disparities — and constrains the U.S. economy.

Digital US is connecting educators, employers, workforce development professionals, policymakers and philanthropists to create an ecosystem that ensures all of US, particularly overlooked learner-workers, have the foundational digital skills to thrive in work and life by 2030. It’s about raising awareness of both the urgency — and imperative — of investing in our shared digital literacy.

More information coming early 2020. Stay connected: