Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Working from home is the new normal for millions of Americans – but for millions more, it hasn’t been so easy.When Cliff Johnson, a college professor living in rural Mississippi, pries open his laptop every morning, he holds his breath and hopes for the best.”The Internet already had been janky before we started this social distancing process,” said Johnson, who relies on a fixed wireless connection. “Now, I don’t have any Internet.”He’s one of the millions of Americans living in the low-income or rural areas that lack access to high-speed Internet – in time the world has never depended on it more – for everything from work and school – to banking and virtual doctor’s visits.TOP CORONAVIRUS SCAMS TO BE AWARE OFWith at least 55 million children out of the classroom right now, Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel said she fears low-income and rural children are being left behind.”It’s no longer a luxury. It’s actually a necessary part of their education,” Rosenworcel said, calling on her own agency to do more. “We’ve got to start addressing this and I think the FCC needs to step up and do more.”As schools across the country transition to online learning,

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