Georgia district creates homework zones via wi-fi buses


Liberty County Schools will park the buses throughout the community to improve access

Georgia’s Liberty County School System to outfit its school bus fleet with wi-fi in an effort to extend the school day -- the first school district in Georgia to provide students free internet access through mobile wi-fi units.

Liberty County will also create 24 “Homework Zones” around the county by parking their Kajeet wi-fi-enabled school buses in areas including apartment complexes and fire and police departments from 2:30 p.m.
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