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Apple pledging $100M in equipment to ConnectED

Apple is pledging $100 million in “iPads, computers and other tools” to President Barack Obama’s ConnectED initiative. The Associated Press reports that a number of companies have committed around $750 million in total toward the goal of connecting more students to high-speed Internet. Obama’s ConnectED initiative has the goal of connecting 99 percent of American students to high-speed Internet within five years of its June announcement.

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