Creating an Out-of-School Wireless Community
The Kent, Wash., school district has placed kiosks that beam free Wi-Fi in locations across the community, including public housing, to give students who lack home Internet access more options for doing homework and school research. Hover over the icons below to hear students of the district and a staff member of Kent Youth and Family Services Center talk about the benefits of these locations.
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