More New Mexico students get access to high speed internet

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Learning with technology is getting easier for thousands of New Mexico students.

The governor announced Friday that 100,000 more students have access to high speed internet in school.

It’s becoming a common tool for research and other projects, but many students struggle with access.

The governor says 99 percent of New Mexico students now have high speed internet.

The state has partnered with several groups to make this possible, including the federal government and the non-profit, Education Super Highway.

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