97% of low-income students rely on school for Internet use, but 40 million students don't have high speed while there.
High-speed Internet makes downloading and using e-books, online video, and other teaching resources possible.
Take a School Standstill photo to pressure the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to approve high-speed Internet in all schools.
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