North Carolina student Francisco Ibarra speaks out. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced many public school children to be exclusively on-line learners, North Carolina is still failing to provide the infrastructure for improved internet service state-wide, preventing some students from getting the education they are owed.
North Carolina Must Fund Improvements to Internet Access Before It’s Too Late
February 7, 2021 shoresides Speak Your Piece 00:03:082.23M Comments Off on North Carolina Must Fund Improvements to Internet Access Before It’s Too Late
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