Meeting the Demands of Today’s Digital Classrooms

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To ensure today's digital classrooms have sufficient broadband to support 1:1 initiatives, heavy streaming, cloud-based services, and remote instruction, the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) adopted connectivity goal to expand high-speed Internet access for all K-12 schools in America.

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As increasing technology adoption revolutionizes the way teachers teach and students learn, school districts need to continue to grow their bandwidth. The FCC has raised their bandwidth goal to 1Mbps per student and is the benchmark for expanding the reach of digital learning to every classroom, every day.

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