All CPS students getting access to high-speed Internet

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CHICAGO -- Chicago Public School students soon will have access to high-speed internet.

A $38 million federal grant will help equip all city schools with broadband and Wi-Fi by next year.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing to make computer science a graduation requirement.

He says the internet upgrade will help CPS reach that goal.