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Goshen schools working to ensure all students have internet access

The Goshen Community Schools say they are closing in on their goal of making sure all of their students have access to the internet.

The Goshen News reports that Director of Technology David Snyder updated the school board during their meeting on Monday. He gave credit to Goshen’s parent liasons, who have worked to bridge the gap between the schools and parents.

As of that meeting Monday more than 98.5% of Goshen Community School students can now access the internet, whether at home or a public WiFi location.


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