Education Week has put together a real cracker of a series on the challenges of ensuring school broadband access in rural communities – and how the FCC’s E-rate is helping to address the situation. For me, it starkly reveals the shortcomings of the Obama Administration’s broadband strategy for rural schools and what’s still left to do.
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High school teachers are routinely assigning homework that requires the use of the Internet. Yet, not every student has easy access to computers and the internet outside of school. A new study sheds light on the scope and consequence of the issue.