Report maps out new broadband targets to meet rising demand

By Emily Ann Brown, Education Daily® A recently released report by the State Educational Technology Directors Association reiterates high-speed broadband goals that were established in 2012, and introduces new benchmarks through SY 2020 that experts believe will help the K-12 sector keep pace with digital learning initiatives.

The Broadband Imperative II: Equitable Access for Learning is part of a series that began in 2012 when SETDA released its first broadband report, setting lofty goals for where they wanted to see broadband levels in schools, districts, and states. Those goals were adopted as part of the E-Rate Modernization Order reform efforts in 2014. More…

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