California is a digital powerhouse.

The state has more than $1.1 trillion in digital assets and is home to more than 1,300 colleges, universities, and universities.

But it also has the largest number of non-digital natives in the country.

With more than one in five California residents having no prior digital education, digital natives have a tremendous opportunity to make California a more equitable place to live.

This article is part of our Digital Native series, which explores the role digital natives play in California’s economy.

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