Ark. unveils cost-effective way to connect students to high-speed Internet

08/13/2014 | Government Executive

Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe announced a new partnership Monday between the Department of Education and EducationSuperHighway, which could help the state become the first in the nation to connect every student to high-speed Internet. The plan calls for using federal money, plus $15 million currently spent on Arkansas' copper-wire network, to install fiber Internet connections for the state's schools.

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