EducationSuperHighway, N.H. Governor Highlight Progress in Expanding Broadband

9/6/2016 6:46:00 PM

EducationSuperHighway joined New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry yesterday at an event at the Ellis School in Fremont to highlight the work being done in the Granite State towards expanding broadband to more schools in every community. The event focused on efforts around the New Hampshire School Connectivity Initiative which was launched by the governor in February of this year. The Initiative involves multiple state agencies working together to increase connectivity at New Hampshire schools in the years ahead. As part of this work, EducationSuperHighway is providing all of its services free of charge to help school districts connect to scalable high-speed broadband. 

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