Kansas City Superintendent Mark Bedell (second from left) said Sprint’s 1Million Project would help “close the opportunity gap in the Kansas City Public Schools.” At center is the project’s leader, Sprint’s Doug Michelman. The effort gave home internet access to 500 Kansas City students.
Kansas City Superintendent Mark Bedell (second from left) said Sprint’s 1Million Project would help “close the opportunity gap in the Kansas City Public Schools.” At center is the project’s leader, Sprint’s Doug Michelman. The effort gave home internet access to 500 Kansas City students. Kansas City Public Schools
Kansas City Superintendent Mark Bedell (second from left) said Sprint’s 1Million Project would help “close the opportunity gap in the Kansas City Public Schools.” At center is the project’s leader, Sprint’s Doug Michelman. The effort gave home internet access to 500 Kansas City students. Kansas City Public Schools

Sprint gives hotspot devices, internet access to 500 Kansas City students

April 12, 2017 02:47 PM