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When Baltimore County schools reopen their classrooms to students in August, the district is expected to be the only one in the region with wireless high-speed internet access in each of its buildings, the Baltimore Sun reports. The development would be the realization of a goal for district-wide connectivity set by Joe A. Hairston when he became county schools superintendent nearly a decade ago. "This is an important and exciting step in our ongoing commitment to provide schools with access to the type of technology that is available in our businesses and homes," Hairston said in a recent e-mail. "Anytime-,
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