Survey: In-home WiFi key part of teens' education

A study sponsored by Cisco indicates that both teenagers and parents value in-home WiFi when it comes to education. The study was conducted by Opinion Research and found that nine out of 10 teens aged 12 to 17 and nearly three out of four parents felt having WiFi makes students better equipped to handle school work. Article

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