CEOs want classrooms to have better Internet connection
January 31 , 2014
Over 40 CEOs have asked the Federal Communications Commission to do something about the slow-speed Internet in America's classrooms.
A majority of schools in the country have slow Internet capabilities, which makes digital learning hard. President Obama mentioned in his State of the Union address that every school in America will have fast Internet in a span of four years.
A copy of the letter encourages the FCC to act boldly and has been signed by CEOs of companies such as Netflix and Abercrombie & Fitch.