The new Broadband Imperative report from the State Educational Technology Directors Association calls on the U.S. federal government “to increase funding options” for high-speed broadband, statewide networks, schools’ broadband capacity, access to broadband in community centers, and aid to help low-income families have broadband access at home. According to the report,100 megabits per second–for every 1,000 students and staff members–should be the minimum Internet access speed at every school in the U.S. The report also recommends that federal, state, and local leaders work together to achieve that target by the 2014-2015 school year.
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