At least 100,000 tablets with internet included will be ready for districts in time for the new school year, state officials said.
Many school districts will have to ditch plans for hybrid learning and in-person classes at the start of the school year.
About 56,700 laptops and 94,000 hotspots have been sent to districts across the state so far.
A bond proposal aims to build broadband infrastructure in rural California, help purchase computers and fund professional training for teachers.
Distance learning expected to continue next year as districts move to a hybrid online and in-person instruction model.
Donation brings total funding to $12 million to purchase devices and internet access for students to help provide distance learning.
Some charter schools with technology already in place are putting greater emphasis on family support during the coronavirus pandemic.
More than a month since most schools first closed, at least 270,000 students remain disconnected to the internet at home.
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Donations announced Monday are beginning to chip away at the daunting task of connecting all students to devices and internet from home.
“Let's face it, there's been a digital divide in California for decades,” California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond said.
State education officials are calling on more companies and individuals to donate laptops and WiFi hotspots for students.
About 20 percent of California students do not have access to the internet at home.
Gaps in access to technology forces teacher to innovate to reach his students and their parents.
Family coding events have spurred some districts to increase computer science offerings during the school day.