Arizona's Schools To Get Broadband Connections By Next Fall

11/21/2001 | USA Today

Arizona is planning on having all its 1,200 public schools connected to the Internet through high-speed T-1 connections by fall 2002. All of the state's 850,000-plus students will get a personal e-mail address and network access from school or home; each school, class and teacher will have their own Web site. Broadband access will allow students and teachers to take advantage of streaming applications not possible with the current dial-up connections in the state's schools.

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