Demand for E-rate funding has risen drastically since the inception of the program, and this trend will undoubtedly follow into Funding Year 2013. Early indications suggest that Funding Year 2013 could be the first year in program history where total available funds were used to satisfy Priority One demand, with no Priority Two requests funded.

Funds For Learning has recognized this startling trend and has been proactive in petitioning the FCC, USAC, and influential E-rate stakeholders proposing a plan to restructure the program in a way that benefits all E-rate applicants and ensure that the E-rate program remains faithful to its initial idea: getting students connected.

Join us for a one-hour web seminar discussing current trends and Funds For Learning’s ideas for E-rate reform. During the session, we will cover the restraints of the current funding cap, how inadequate funding has shifted the program’s original mission, and what changes can be made to ensure the continued success of the program.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 – 2:00 Eastern

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