Wyoming was rated among the best K-12 public schools connected to Internet that meet the minimum Internet access goal of 100 kilobits per second per student. Gov. Matt Mead is among the Leaders who are taking action to upgrade schools, connecting the classrooms of Wyoming to high-speed broadband. Wyoming and Hawaii were the only states reported by the Education Superhighway
to be at 100 percent
of United States public schools that are meeting the minimum 100 kpbs per
student Federal Communications Commission's minimum Internet access 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