$541 million in Potential FY15 BEARsOct 22October 28 deadline looms for applicants seeking reimbursements
FCC grants waivers on late filed Form 486’sOct 22FCC released an Order while granting 128 waivers on late filed Form 486’s
Schools & Libraries Board AgendaOct 22USAC Committee to hold quarterly meeting on October 24 to provide policy guidance to the SLD
New Invoice Deadline Extension ToolOct 21USAC releases a new Invoice Deadline Extension request tool for Applicants and Service Providers
T-Mobile Settles Probe of Data PlansOct 19Carrier signs Consent Decree with FCC that includes provision to help bridge the Homework Gap
This week's focus: Solution-Minded
At Funds For Learning, “solution-minded” is defined as doing our best to help others achieve their goals and meet their objectives. Oftentimes, in the course of helping others, we face resistance and discover hurdles to their success. This makes sense. After all, someone else probably wouldn’t be asking us for our help if it was easy. They’d have already taken care of it themselves. Solution-minded, then, is not so much about whether or not we encounter difficult circumstances (we will); rather, it’s all about how we respond to those difficult circumstances... Continue
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