Our Schools, Cut Off From the Web

Sunday, June 16, 2013

An op-ed on the need for all people to have access to a fast and open Internet by Ford Foundation President Luis Ubiñas.

ON June 6, at a middle school in Mooresville, N.C., President Obama set a goal of high-speed Internet in nearly every public school in America in five years. It was a bold and needed pronouncement — except that in 1996 President Clinton said virtually the same thing, calling for libraries and classrooms to be “hooked up to the Information Superhighway by the year 2000.”...

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