A new report urges state leaders to help all school districts access high-speed school broadband
Nationwide, 23 percent of school districts still do not meet the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) minimum school broadband access goal of 100 kbps per student, according to a state-by-state broadband connectivity report from the nonprofit EducationSuperHighway.
The top three barriers to meeting the FCC's minimum school broadband goal, according
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