The Denver Post: Free Wi-Fi “Lift Zones” Coming To Colorado’s Front Range To Help Low-Income Children With Remote Learning

More than 20 community locations across Colorado’s Front Range are being equipped with Comcast Wi-Fi in the hopes of helping thousands of low-income students participate in remote learning, according to an announcement Tuesday from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and the telecommunications giant.

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