Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.
  Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

Schools all over the country have invested into iPad's and tablets for students to use and take home, but about 30% of American school children don't have internet access at home and about 50% of the students at Alvin Dunn Middle school in San Marcos don't have internet. The San Diego based Qualcomm Wireless is attempting to close this "homework gap" with their free data plan program for kids to be able to do homework at home with their tablets. Shot for WIRED Magazine.

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