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#TheEducationRevolution - Nota bene

Broadband/Internet for ALL students.

  • In 1994, 14% of public school classrooms had Internet Access.
  • In 2020, as a result of federal E-Rate Funding, 99.9% of public schools classrooms had Internet access.
  • Currently, 217,000 Ohioans do not have access to Internet. Another 898,000 people only have access to one Internet provided. have access, but to only one provider.
  • In the U.S. today, 59% of parents with lower incomes, say their children will face digital obstacles in school work.
Broadband/Internet Access is now an essential school supply.
National Science Foundation – ‘Complex Picture of Computer Use in the Home Emerges’

Federal Communications Commission – ‘E-Rate: Universal Service Program for Schools and Libraries

BroadbandNow – ‘Internet Access in Ohio

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