BELL, Calif. - A new program is offering free high-speed internet to thousands of families in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
On Tuesday, LAUSD Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced the "All Families Connected Program" at Bell High School.
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The program is a $50 million investment, funded mostly with $48 million in federal funds, which will provide the complimentary in-home internet service to families in need for 12 months.