K-12 schools should act as new net neutrality era arrives
from By Bambi Majumdar
The U.S. Senate recently voted to restore net neutrality rules, and school districts are hopeful that the bill will eventually become law, overturning the Federal Communication Commission's December 2017 vote. If the bill dies in the House, or on President Trump's desk, then K-12 schools should brace themselves for the new era of no net neutrality, which officially began on June 11. School officials need to be aware of all the major implications and work on easing the transition, as technology is at the heart of education today.
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