Students, teachers in Mo. cite benefits of Wi-Fi access in class

11/19/2012 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A program in which middle- and high-school students who bring their own Wi-Fi-enabled devices to school and given Internet access has been successful, according to educators at two schools in Missouri that implemented the pilot program. Now, the district plans to expand the program, but will not require students to bring their own devices. Students, so far, have used their devices to take notes in class and look up information online.

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