E-rate Tips to Make Summer a SuccessJun 23Don’t wait! Start FY16 payment paperwork, map out FY17 services, and begin procurement for FY18
Headed to ISTE conference? Come See Us!Jun 23Are you attending the ISTE2017 conference in San Antonio on June 25–28? We would love to say hello!
FCC Seeks Info on FY18 ESL DraftJun 22Public Notice requests comment on proposed FY2018 Eligible Services List for the E-rate program
FCC’s FY18 Budget Request HearingJun 21FCC Commissioners testified before the Senate regarding their FY18 $322M Budget request
USAC Releases FY2018 Form 470Jun 19FY2018 FCC Form 470 now available online beginning today, June 19th
This week's focus: Work By Design
At Funds For Learning, it is our goal to focus our work on what is important, to do our work smartly and to achieve positive outcomes that are repeatable and sustainable. The way we go about doing that is something we call “Work by Design.” There are many ways to describe it but it can be summed up like this. Work By Design = purposefully using what we have in order to do effectively what should be done. As shown below, each of the four main elements of that description is there for a reason.... Continue
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School districts, charter schools, and library systems can all apply. To be eligible to receive discounts, a school or library must meet certain eligibility criteria. In general elementary and secondary schools are eligible to receive discounts — including many private schools and religious schools. Public libraries and library systems can also receive E-rate discounts.