Maine Governor Angus King announced last week that thousands more students in the state will get home Internet access for iBooks assigned to them by their schools, thanks to millions of dollars worth of cash and donations, reports AP. About half of the 239 Maine schools that received iBooks let students take them home for research, but those without Internet access are at a disadvantage, said King. Internet access at home will no longer be an issue after this spring and next fall, when about 5,000 students who qualify for free or reduced-cost lunches will become eligible for free home Internet hookups.