More than 36,560 families -- representing nearly 55,000 students -- signed up for Chicago Connected, the city's program aimed at helping to bridge the digital divide by providing free internet access for students from low-income households. While officials recognize it has been challenging to enroll students, they anticipate reaching their goal of access for 100,000 students by the end of the school year.
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