FCC Asks About Category 2 BudgetsSep 22Seeking comments on budget amounts, calculations, impact, utilization, and EPC process.
Wi-Fi Discounts Delivered to 42,000+ SitesSep 22Analysis by Alliance for Excellent Education and FFL shows E-rate modernization delivering C2 funds.
FCC Chair Talks Closing Digital DivideSep 22Chairman Pai’s comments focus on the challenges involved with connecting rural America.
USF Collection and Disbursement ProcessSep 21FCC Chairman provides an in-depth view of USF collection and disbursement to Congress.
Internet Safety; Can we do more?Sep 18Keeping students safe on the internet is essential. Are we doing all we can to prevent cyberbullying?
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