A Leading IT company Helping to Advance Mobile Learning and Digital Education for K-12 Schools in the U.S.

Today, a leading IT company underscored its commitment to make widespread mobile learning a reality as the President and CEO of the company participates in an executive digital learning summit hosted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the U.S. Department of Education today in Washington, D.C. Showcasing its support for mobile learning and digital education, the company announced successful programs in several U.S. schools that are leveraging the company’s high-speed network, affordable rate plans, and mobile broadband devices for a range of purposes, including tutoring, textbook replacement and mobile Internet access at school and at home.

Noting that annual textbook costs for U.S. K-12 public schools has reached nearly $8 billion1, the FCC and the Department of Education have encouraged the country to transition to interactive digital learning within the next five years. Today, many top IT companies will participate in the next step of that vision by discussing – alongside FCC and Department of Education leadership – how technology can be leveraged and new offers created to support a widespread digital education ecosystem.

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