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Khan Academy Awards East Bay Students Top ‘Hustle’ Honor for LearnStorm 2015

Comcast, in partnership with Khan Academy, today recognized students from the City of Oakland for their achievement in Khan Academy’s recent Bay Area learning challenge, LearnStorm 2015.
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Comcast, in partnership with Khan Academy, today recognized students from the City of Oakland for their achievement in Khan Academy’s recent Bay Area learning challenge, LearnStorm 2015. Students earned points by mastering math skills and tackling challenging new concepts.

Comcast recently introduced new eligibility criteria for Internet Essentials high-speed Internet adoption program. The Company expanded its instant approval process to all families whose children attend schools where fifty percent or more students participate in the National School Lunch Program.

To celebrate Oakland’s success in LearnStorm, Comcast will offer six months of complimentary home Internet service to any qualified family in the City of Oakland who has not yet signed up for Internet Essentials.

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