Can all U.S. schools have high-speed Internet by 2016?

06/13/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

All schools in the U.S. could be outfitted with high-speed Internet even sooner than the five-year timeline proposed recently by President Barack Obama, according to the LEAD Commission. In a five-point plan expected to be formally released in the coming weeks, the commission suggests completing Internet installations by 2016, and establishing one-to-one technology programs for all students by 2020 through public-private initiatives.

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