The Murray School District in suburban Salt Lake City is using private LTE to keep 6,000 students connected to their classrooms, as mandated remote schooling continues through the COVID pandemic’s late stages. The district had been looking for a private LTE system to provide reliable connectivity for homework and remote classes since 2016, having identified a real digital divide in its student body. Home Wi-Fi or public cellular data connections didn’t always provide enough bandwidth to handle live and recorded video, particularly in households where several students and their parents might be trying to connect at the same time.
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