These profiles highlight benefits to District community anchors, businesses and residents receiving DC-CAN broadband services.
Dorothy I. Height Community Academy Public Charter Schools use DC-Net services to improve students' learning experience.
DC-CAN Internet services enable Community of Hope to better serve low-income and homeless District residents.
As one of the first charter schools to connect to DC-CAN, E.L. Haynes benefits from reduced telecommunications costs and greater access for students.
The Educare early childhood development center in Ward 7 opened its doors this summer with broadband services from the District through the DC-CAN project.
As one of the first anchor institutions connected to the DC Community Access Network, Joint Educational Facilities, Inc. (JEF) will use its increased Internet bandwidth to expand its technology-based learning services to students in Wards 7 and 8.