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New Report Says MO is Gaining Ground along the Broadband Superhighway

A new report says Missouri ranks 32nd in the nation in broadband internet access – a positive jump from 41st just a couple of years ago. It says one in four Missouri students still do not have access to high-speed internet and the state ranks in the bottom five for access to low-cost internet. During a state Board of Education meeting Tuesday, Tim Arbeiter (arr-biter), state Director of Broadband Development, says there is still a lot of work to do.

Missouri has 255 broadband internet providers, including cable, wireless, electric, and telecommunication companies.

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