TWIN FALLS -- Students at southern Idaho's Richfield High School finally have access to wireless Internet while in class, but officials say there's not enough bandwidth available to support it.
The Times-News reports that district officials hope to address the problem in May once computer-based standardized testing ends. Richfield is among more than a dozen Magic Valley school districts that now have wireless Internet access paid for by the state.
Idaho Department of Education spokeswoman Melissa McGrath said it's not uncommon for districts to need more bandwidth than expected, and the state will work with vendors to address those needs.
Idaho is paying $2.25 million a year to provide wireless Internet to schools under a contract with Education Networks of America.