Other findings include:
• Americans on average pay nearly $41 a month for broadband, and 70 percent of users pay for broadband as part of a bundle of telecommunications services.
• Among those who do not subscribe to broadband because it is too expensive, more than half said they would be willing to pay an average of $25 a month for the service.
• Only half of all rural Americans have broadband, and one in 10 rural Americans who do not have broadband say it is not available where they live.
For questions asked of the larger group of 5,005 adult Americans, the margin of error was plus or minus 1.6 percentage points.
“Broadband Adoption and Use in America” (FCC survey)
Note to readers:
Don’t forget to visit the Securing Student Laptops for Safe Learning resource center. Technology is an essential part of a 21st-century education for both teachers and students, and district 1-to-1 computing initiatives and laptop lending programs are on the rise. Most of the focus falls on how these mobile computers and handheld devices will help enhance teaching and learning. However, how a district manages its technology can have a significant impact on its budget. Go to:
Securing Student Laptops for Safe Learning
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