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Specialized Internet Providers Offer K-12 Innovation

A new report from the New Media Consortium suggests that education policymakers and community members should be considering an alternative to high-cost, low-speed Internet providers.

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A new report from the New Media Consortium suggests that education policymakers and community members should be considering an alternative to high-cost, low-speed Internet providers. They suggest instead research and education (R&E) networks, which are typically nonprofit organizations that exceed the quality and service of typical Internet service providers. (THE Journal)

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