Private companies committed $750 million to make high-speed internet available to more students, President Obama announced at a middle school in Maryland Tuesday: "Only around thirty percent of our students have true high-speed internet in the classroom. In countries like South Korea that's a hundred percent. And we shouldn't give that kind of competitive advantage over to other countries."
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