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Airing on Monday, June 15, 2015: As more schools invest in technology, a new sort of digital divide has emerged. Kids may have access to the internet and the latest devices in class, but almost a third of families don't have broadband access at home. Marketplace's Amy Scott returns to Oyler School in Cincinnati, where kids are getting a taste of what they've been missing. Next: if you’ve watched “The Sopranos,” you’ve seen the Pulaski Skyway in the opening credits. The New Jersey bridge, the country's first "superhighway," is falling apart. And when a $1.2 billion rehab is complete, the skyway will still be obsolete. As part of our series "Weak Link," we explore.