Part of WUaS's mission is to facilitate "the development of broadband worldwide, to make our service accessible to under served parts of the world" (see WUaS's Mission below). In planning, WUaS would like to explore various ways of making internet access available both in the U.S., vis-a-vis a development of something like the U.S. telephone system's universal lifeline program, but in the name of education, for communities that are interested, and via wireless, as well. This may mean engaging U.S. regulatory processes and the FCC, per Susan Crawford's "How to Get America Online" article below, somehow together with MIT OCW and MIT, for low cost broadband development in the name of universal internet access (and for education, too).
Crawford, Susan. 2013. [http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/24/opinion/how-to-get-high-speed-internet-to-all-americans.html How to Get America Online]. January 23. New York, NY: The New York Times.
I've added this to the following WUaS, wiki subjects:
WUaS Broadband Development: http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/WUaS_Broadband_Development
World University & School's mission (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University - like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware), - in reaching out to the entire world, is to provide a free, wiki-based, education platform and, through facilitating the development of broadband worldwide, to make our service accessible to under served parts of the world. The WUaS mission is thus to facilitate all levels of teaching and learning opportunities (and future degrees) through an open, editable wiki in all languages, nation-states and subjects with great universities, and for One Laptop per Child countries and everyone.