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Sprint to Provide Free Devices and 4G LTE Connectivity to 1 Million High School Students Lacking Internet Access

Access to the internet has become a practical necessity for anyone looking to enter the job market today, but its equal importance in schools can be overlooked. Homework assignments and research papers can be done faster and better using an almost infinite storehouse of information. That’s great, but it puts students who don’t have internet access at home at a huge disadvantage.
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