President unveils effort to expand Internet service to more schools

06/7/2013 | T.H.E. Journal · USA Today

During a visit last week to a middle school in Mooresville, N.C., President Barack Obama announced a plan to equip 99% of the country's students with high-speed and broadband Internet connections. The program, called ConnectED, also includes plans for professional development and training for educators, development of high-tech resources for teachers and the intention of preparing high-school graduates to compete in the 21st-century workforce.

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