Spectrum introduces high-speed Internet service that schools can offer students for at-home learning

Christel Deskins

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Spectrum, a telecommunications company, is unveiling a cable broadband plan that provides another option for households with students needing high-speed Internet for at-home classes during the coronavirus pandemic.



a wooden cutting board: Remote learning requires adequate Internet service.


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