Connectivity remains a challenge for students, schools in rural areas

11/22/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

Internet connectivity continues to be a challenge for students in rural areas, even as schools are integrating more technology into the classroom. Students often become disconnected as soon as they leave school, as data show just 50% of people living in rural areas have access to high-speed Internet connections.

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