A new partnership between Sprint and Miami-Dade County Public Schools puts free wireless devices in the hands of every ninth grader. Thursday, 250 Samsung smart phones were distributed to students at Miami’s William H. Turner Technical Arts High School.
A new partnership between Sprint and Miami-Dade County Public Schools puts free wireless devices in the hands of every ninth grader. Thursday, 250 Samsung smart phones were distributed to students at Miami’s William H. Turner Technical Arts High School. Jimmy Abraham Miami-Dade County Public Schools
A new partnership between Sprint and Miami-Dade County Public Schools puts free wireless devices in the hands of every ninth grader. Thursday, 250 Samsung smart phones were distributed to students at Miami’s William H. Turner Technical Arts High School. Jimmy Abraham Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Once taboo, cellphones are free for thousands of Miami-Dade high school students

October 26, 2017 08:23 PM

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