Super high-speed Internet2 a boon to distance learning

08/15/2003 | NYTimes.com

About 8% of the nation's schools go online via Internet2, which enables data transfer 3,500 times faster than the average home broadband connection. The new network's digital videoconferencing capability can bring specialized classes, such as Advanced Placement courses, to remote locations.

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