With 95 percent of schools and 63 percent of classrooms now connected to the internet, it would appear the national NetDay movement, known for its one-day school wiring projects, has just about run its course.

Not so fast. The nonprofit organization behind the volunteer NetDay events has announced an expansion of its mission. The group now aims to go beyond merely wiring classrooms, by creating 90 cutting-edge model schools in some of the poorest districts in the country through a new Digital Divide initiative.

"We like to think we are maturing our focus. NetDay started out trying

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