Technology in Minnesota schools varies greatly by district

08/3/2010 |

The technology available to students in Minnesota schools varies, depending on the district, according to a study from the Center for Rural Policy and Development. The study found that some districts have ultra-high-speed broadband Internet connections, while others have relatively slow speeds. The schools that typically have slower connections are those in rural areas with smaller enrollment.

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