Q&A: T-MOBILE PUSHES INTERNET FOR VIRTUAL SCHOOL
Techlife News|Techlife News #464
Q&A: T-MOBILE PUSHES INTERNET FOR VIRTUAL SCHOOL
T-Mobile is pushing to offer internet service to schools that are doing online learning with a program aimed at low-income students who don’t have access. In the U.S., millions of students don’t have high-speed internet or computers at home — a difficult enough situation when it was just about trying to get homework done, but a much bigger problem when many school districts have moved part or all of the school day online during the coronavirus pandemic.

School districts are spending big to address the crisis. The L.A. Unified School District is investing $100 million in online learning, including computers and internet service for kids who don’t have them. T-Mobile wants to expand its business that serves large organizations like big companies and schools.

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