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FCC Announces E-rate 2.0 Workshop
On April 14, 2014 the FCC announced they will be holding an E-rate Modernization Workshop on Tuesday May 6, 2014, to “discuss the challenge of delivering high-speed connectivity to and within schools and libraries and highlight successful...04/14/2014
High-Speed Connections By 2019
On June 6, 2013, President Obama announced his ConnectED Initiative in which he called on the FCC to reform the E-rate program in order to ensure that 99% of our nation’s schools are connected to the internet “through high-speed broadband and...04/11/2014
Funding Year 2014 Forms 470, Part 2: Broadband Speed Trends
As schools and libraries look to prepare generations for the 21st century technology climate, demand for high speed Internet Access as well as broadband telecommunications services is on the rise. Through the analysis of posted...04/11/2014
EducationSuperHighway Releases FY2014 Form 471 Item 21 Analysis
The EducationSuperHighway non-profit organization had asked school districts to use their Form 471 Item 21 tool for FY 2014 in order for them to gather data on what technologies schools are purchasing with their E-rate funds. On April 8, 2014 the...04/11/2014
FCC Chairman Wheeler Blogs About E-rate Reform
On April 10, 2014 FCC Chairman Wheeler released a blog about his visit to an Indian reservation in South Dakota last month. The Chairman specifically stated that students “…whether they are attending a Tribal school in South Dakota or...04/11/2014
What is the E-rate?
The E-rate supports K-12 students and library patrons in the United States. The program provides discounts up to 90% on goods and services essential for classrooms and libraries to receive voice, video, and data communications.