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Rural schools are often charged outrageous rates for lousy Internet service. Can billions of federal dollars and a menu of market-based reforms fix the problem? Chapter two of a three-part series heads to New Mexico cattle-ranching country, where schools pay astronomical bills to get students online. (November 18, 2015)
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