Report calls for more broadband access in schools
SETDA challenges policy makers to invest in better educational broadband infrastructure to support digital learning
By Raishay Lin, Contributing EditorRead more by Contributor
School districts should provide a minimum of 100 megabits per second of bandwidth for every 1,000 students and staff members within the next two years, and federal lawmakers should provide more funding to help make this happen, according to a report released May 21 by the State Educational Technology Directors Association. Read more with registration.