I am writing to you to discuss our government's plan to connect 250,000 students in approximately 850 schools with high-speed internet access.
Improving access to high-speed internet will enable more students and educators to access high-quality online courses and resources regardless of where they attend school, helping students to learn the transferable skills they need in a globally connected and technology-engaged world.
Students can participate in interactive lessons on topics such as coding or math through online learning platforms such as Homework Help and mPower. Educators can also communicate with parents about their child's learning and progress.
This is just another part of our government's plan to enhance quality education for all.
This website is provided for your convenience. If you'd prefer to call or email, my staff and I would be happy to hear from you.
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