How technology is improving the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of education within the Washington County School District

Published on: November 9, 2021

St. George, Utah (November 9, 2021) – Tony Campbell, Director of Learning Technologies for Washington County School District, believes technology plays a pivotal role in the way students learn — both in and out of the classroom. “In Washington County School District, we measure student achievement in the broader sense of learning, attitude, and behavior,” he said. “When we examine …

AT&T and Connected Nation expand free device program to help thousands of vulnerable students

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An additional 4,664 hotspots, free internet services provided to address homework gap, bringing total amount of students reached through hotspot program to nearly 40,000 nationwide Bowling Green, Ky. (November 9, 2021) – As part of AT&T’s commitment to bridge the Digital Divide and narrow the homework gap, Connected Nation (CN) is working with AT&T to deliver hotspots to 15 organizations …

Overcome being overwhelmed: building a path to connectivity in all communities

Published on: December 10, 2020

We know it’s tough right now.   Kids are struggling with internet access for remote learning, adults are having difficulty connecting for telework or telehealth appointments, and businesses need broadband immediately to survive.  It is tough—really tough. But, especially so, for local community leaders who must wear multiple hats and try to solve the connectivity problem for everyone. “Most of …

Education, Business, National Security: Why Connecting One Rural Texas Town Affects Us All

Published on: February 24, 2020

“I sometimes feel like we’re sitting ducks out here.” by Jessica Denson, Communications Director Connected Nation Monahans, TX (February 24, 2020) – Shellie Porras owns three businesses located in Monahans, Texas — all within 2 square miles. She operates a gym, a car wash, and a trucking company, and she wouldn’t be able to run them without access to broadband …

New Tool Developed to Help Improve High-Speed Internet Access in Northeast Michigan

Published on: October 29, 2019

Otsego County, MI (October 29, 2019) – The Northeast Michigan Council of Governments (NEMCOG), in partnership with Connected Nation Michigan, just completed an important milestone in its efforts to improve broadband (high-speed internet) access across Northeast Michigan: a vertical asset inventory. “A major obstacle in the region to not only our local economy but also our quality of life is …

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Connected Nation Michigan and Local Tech Company Bring Internet to Rural Michigan Residents

Published on: August 28, 2019

Cheboygan, MI. (August 28, 2019) – Rural Michigan communities are in for a big broadband update thanks to Cherry Capital Communications with the help of Connected Nation Michigan. On Friday, August 16, Cherry Capital Communications broke ground on a new project to bring fiber internet access to 75 homes near Cheboygan County. These fiber-cables will make it easier for Michigan residents to get …

Missed Opportunities: How Doctors and Hospitals Can Better Communicate with Patients

Published on: March 7, 2019

Alma, Mich. (March 7, 2019) – Connected Nation’s Connected Communities program shows that Michigan healthcare providers may be missing out by not offering interactive online services to their patients. This is according to new data presented at the Michigan Academy for Science, Arts, and Letters last week at Alma College in Alma, Michigan. According to the findings, presented by CN’s …

Moving the Needle: Closing the Internet Access Gap Among African Americans

Published on: February 19, 2019

(February 19, 2019) – Our credo affirms that everyone belongs in a Connected Nation. As we commemorate Black History Month, we can see where strides have been made in this effort, even as more improvements are needed. At a recent forum held by the Multicultural Media Caucus and Nielsen, participants noted that “African Americans are entering a technology-driven marketplace with …

Upgrading McCamey, Texas: The Plan that Lead to Positive Change

Published on: September 10, 2018

McCamey, TX (September 5, 2018) – In February of this year, the Upton County Broadband Committee released its Technology Action Plan. It took six months of work to develop. Once  complete it provided a comprehensive look at broadband and its related technologies across the county—including in McCamey, Texas. “Connected Nation helped guide us through the process,” said Alicia Sanchez, Executive …

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Upgrading McCamey, Texas: The Connected Plan that Help Lead to Positive Change

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McCamey, TX (September 5, 2018) – In February of this year, the Upton County Broadband Committee released its Technology Action Plan. It took six months of work to develop. Once  complete it provided a comprehensive look at broadband and its related technologies across the county—including in McCamey, Texas. “Connected Nation helped guide us through the process,” said Alicia Sanchez, Executive …