Districts turn school buses into WiFi zones
from Education World
Some school districts are taking advantage of vehicles used to transport students to and from school by using school buses as "moving WiFi zones, stationary hotspots or both," according to TheJournal.com. By doing this, the school districts hope to give students who don't have internet access at home extended wireless access. In Coachella Valley Unified School District, Superintendent Darryl Adams thought of turning buses into WiFi zones to address the issue that "only about 60 percent of the student population has Internet access at home," he said, according to the article.
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