Report: State leaders use various methods to expand broadband

By Emily Ann Brown, Education Daily® A new report from the State Educational Technology Directors Association finds that state Ed Tech leaders are using a variety of models and paths to provide high-speed broadband access for all LEAs and schools.

State K-12 Broadband Leadership: Driving Connectivity and Access was commissioned by SETDA and Common Sense Kids Action. The paper highlights several examples in which state leadership is driving critical policy decisions at the national and state level to support broadband networks, bandwidth capacity, and home access for low-income families, said Christine Fox, deputy executive director for SETDA. More …

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