Hotspots help bridge digital divide in Wisconsin


At Indian Trail High School and Academy in Kenosha, students can take the internet home with them using mobile Wi-Fi hotspots from the school library.


The devices, paired with school laptop computers, give students online access outside school hours for homework. Otherwise, those without the service at home could fall behind in classes such as Advanced Placement government and science.


In Wisconsin, 15 school districts are using the Kajeet mobile hotspots to help bridge the learning gap between students who have internet access at home and those who don't.


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