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Original article found on Milwaukee Sentinel.

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In Wisconsin, 15 school districts are using the Kajeet mobile hotspots to help bridge the learning gap between students who have internet access at home and those who don't.

School districts set restrictions on the use of the devices. For example, students can't stream Hulu videos or play online video games. School officials can control what websites are visited, and often data usage is capped at 500 megabytes per day.

The devices are strictly for homework, not entertainment, said Annie Fredriksson, coordinator of library media and instructional technology for the Kenosha Unified School District, which began deploying the mobile hotspots in January.

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