Wyoming schools rated among the best for high-speed broadband access

(Wyoming) — Wyoming's schools were recently rated among the best K-12 public schools connected to the Internet, meeting a minimum access goal of 100 kilobits per second. Gov. Matt Mead is among the leaders who are taking action to upgrade schools and connect classrooms of Wyoming to high-speed broadband, according to Education Superhighway. ​Wyoming and Hawaii were the only states reported by the Education Superhighway to be at 100 percent in meeting the Federal Communications Committee's minimum 100 kpbs per second goal. ​For more information on the 2015 State of the States report on the state of broadband connectivity in America's K-12 public schools, visit here . *Feature photo / Pitchengine Communities*