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The top officers at more than 40 companies are asking the Federal Communications Commission to act quickly to help get more high-speed Internet into America’s classrooms.
The FCC is weighing changes to a program called E-rate that provides discounts to help schools with telecommunications and Internet access. A majority of schools have Internet capabilities that are slow or isolated to front offices, making the use of digital programs and online learning difficult.