On February 15, 2012, the Federal Communications Commission released an Order directing the USAC to extend procedural deadlines for any “Learning-On-The-Go” applicant who had not started their projects as of October 1, 2011. The 20 participants in the pilot have strict reporting deadlines, as the FCC wants to determine “…the merits and challenges of wireless off-premises connectivity services for mobile learning devices, and to help the Commission determine whether and how those services should ultimately be eligible for E-rate support…” The FCC authorized up to $10 million for this pilot project, which was introduced in the September 28, 2010 Sixth Report and Order.
FCC Extends Deadlines for “Learning-On-The-Go” Applicants
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