Best Options for Charging Carts and Stations in Rural U.S. Schools

For many K-12 students, the decision of where they live and attend school is out of their control, but this can greatly impact the type of access they have to educational technology. For students residing in the rural United States, this technology can provide crucial learning opportunities, but a number of boundaries often limit their access.

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