More than 50% of U.S. children live in states where they can access a smartphone to learn, the latest data from the Education Department shows.
The Education Department said data showed that of the top 50 states, 26 of them are in the South.
But the region has a significant number of areas that are not covered by apps.
It has the highest share of the population living in states that do not have a public school system.
The states with the most apps are North Carolina (37%), Tennessee (34%), Florida (33%), Texas (31%), Georgia (30%), and Alabama (30%).
There are many reasons for this.
It is more expensive to provide the same education as in other states.
It costs more to send students to school and the schools are often smaller.
Schools in some states are also more likely to close than others because of budget cuts.
The data also showed that states that are among the top 25 in the U.N. table for students with disabilities had the highest number of apps.
There are more than a dozen states that make it on this list.
Some states have even surpassed it.
The department said it did not include apps for English learners, for children with disabilities, and for those with disabilities who have special needs.
However, it did include apps that provide a broader range of educational tools for students who use speech and language therapy.
It is also important to note that these apps are not intended for every child.
The data show that children in certain states with a low percentage of students with special needs are also most likely to have access to apps.
The education department said there are more apps than there are students.
That’s the case across the board.
The number of children accessing apps for educational purposes has increased in states, from about 25% in 2015 to 43% in 2016.
States with the highest percentage of kids with disabilitiesThe top five states for students in special needs (with the highest rate of apps) are Alabama, Alabama, North Carolina, Texas, and Tennessee.
Other states with large percentages of students in this category include Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, and Kentucky.
More than 40% of all students in the top 5 states live in California.
The U.K. is next with a high percentage, at 47%.
The states that have the highest percentages of special needs students include Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Florida.
The most populous states are Texas, California, and North Dakota.
The most common reasons for app access for students are:Access to a computer to study.
Access to the app allows students to learn and study the material.
Access for teachers to use the app to get students to participate in classes.
Access in schools to provide special education services.
Access of an app to send a student to school.
Access and/or a device to record or send a schoolwork to another school.
The U.R.E. also has information on students in its database.
This information includes information about students who are learning in special education, students who have physical disabilities, students with developmental disabilities, parents with disabilities or students who do not meet the eligibility requirements for any of the above.