Alumna aids broadband’s spread beyond K-12 classrooms

With technology constantly evolving around us, students have to adapt. Digital learning has become the new norm, especially for K-12 students. Broadband networks are crucial to have in schools for students to access high-speed internet while in the classroom.

Christine Fox
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Christine Fox, a School of Education and Human Development alumna, plays a key role in making this possible. She recently spoke to Ed Scoop about increasing K-12 broadband networks beyond the classroom to improve digital learning for students.

As the deputy executive director for the State Educational Technology Directors Association, Fox is responsible in charting strategic direction to expand reliable broadband networks to locations other than schools where students – who many not have internet access at home – can go to.

Read the full story by Robert Low on Ed Scoop.