Share Your Story with Us: Rural Broadband and Online School

Virtual schooling is underway across the country, but we know that for millions of Americans, especially those living in rural and Native communities do not have the access nor speeds they need to make virtual school a viable option. 
 
Does this sound like your family or someone you know?
 
The Rural Assembly is pleased to be part of Broadband Connects America, a coalition of 24 organizations representing the voice of rural America in the fight for affordable broadband and connectivity. We will share your stories with Broadband Connects America to be used in various advocacy and outreach efforts. Do you have a story?

We are no longer collecting stories, but we hope you sign up for our broadband group and we will keep you posted on any upcoming conversations, events, or information around rural broadband. 

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