Corporate program aims to leverage gigabit broadband speeds to boost personalized learning

gigabit-ohioFifteen K-12 school districts in Ohio will receive ultra-fast gigabit broadband speeds in an effort to personalize instruction for students.

The announcement comes from ADTRAN’s Enabling Communities, Connecting Lives campaign, which Ohio-based Consolidated Electric Cooperative has just joined.

Consolidated Electric Cooperative will use the ultra-fast broadband to provide schools with the speed and bandwidth needed to keep up with technology demands and comply with local education mandates, including the move to online testing.

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