President Barack Obama recognizes at a White House summit on Wednesday more than 100 superintendents nationwide for being leaders in establishing digital classrooms and improving students' access to high-speed internet. (Jacqueline Lee/Belleville News-Democrat/McClatchy
President Barack Obama recognizes at a White House summit on Wednesday more than 100 superintendents nationwide for being leaders in establishing digital classrooms and improving students' access to high-speed internet. (Jacqueline Lee/Belleville News-Democrat/McClatchy McClatchy
President Barack Obama recognizes at a White House summit on Wednesday more than 100 superintendents nationwide for being leaders in establishing digital classrooms and improving students' access to high-speed internet. (Jacqueline Lee/Belleville News-Democrat/McClatchy McClatchy

Obama praises educators’ efforts to end digital divide

November 19, 2014 06:58 PM

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