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If the kids don't have wi-fi, the school bus will it bring it to them

The school bus wi-fi program of the Coachella Valley Unified School District in California is an example of an innovative way to bring internet access to underserved communities.
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The Coachella Valley Unified School District in California has come up with an innovative way to bring internet access to underserved communities. Even President Obama loved the idea to put routers on school buses and drive them around communities in the evenings so that students -and their families- could have free wi-fi. Nora speaks with Darryl Adams, the Superintendent of Schools for the Coachella Valley Unified District.

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