The legislative committee studying Idaho’s school broadband mess will get back to work in early October.
There are no further details. Agendas will be posted at a later date.
The committee’s first meeting, in late July, was something of a Broadband 101: a review of high-speed Internet use in the state’s high schools, and a recap of the Idaho Education Network project fiasco.
The failed contract for the statewide broadband system serves as a backdrop for the 10-member committee’s work. The committee’s job is to study broadband options not just for public schools, but also for state agencies.