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Milwaukee Public Schools’ $23 million eRate award brings interactive video to the classroom

When Mark Root, manager of technology services for the Council of the Great City Schools, was asked in January to provide a model for other districts to follow when planning…

Nine simple steps to a winning application

1. Read the SLD’s updated list of eligible and ineligible services before you apply. To clarify some of the gray areas in its list of eligible and ineligible services, the…

FCC considers motion to recognize state and local procurement laws

On Feb. 22, the American Library Association (ALA) and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) filed an ex parte motion with the FCC asking the agency to reconsider some…

First-year BEAR Form filing extended to June 30, 1999

At the request of both applicants and service providers, the SLD will accept Billed Entity Applicant Reimbursement (BEAR) Forms for reimbursement on bills that you’ve paid in full through the…

eRate agency caps first year of funding

The Schools and Libraries Division (SLD) of the Universal Service Administrative Co., the group that administers the eRate, issued its final wave of 1998 funding commitment letters Feb. 27. The…

Product Spotlight

StriveComm StriveComm Inc., of Cambridge, Mass., is a subscription-based internet community that provides novice web users with tools to use the internet effectively. StriveComm creates and hosts an easy-to-manage web…

eSN Netwatch

Curriculum Best new instructional resources on the internet “The Bridge” links educators to top-quality marine science resources http://www.vims.edu/bridge A project of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science with support from…

Grant Awards

$10.1 million from Connecticut Department of Education For the Technology Infrastructure Grant program, $10.1 million to 70 Connecticut school districts. State legislation earmarks $1 million each for Bridgeport, Hartford, New…

Grants & Funding–Regional issues in technology fund raising: Where you live

At the last Grants & Funding for School Technology conference in Washington, D.C. last November, I was approached by two guys from Guam Community College. What about funding resources for…

eSN Special Report — Connectivity: Beyond the promised LAN

Plugging into the Information Age has become a matter so rich with options and possibilities–most of which are changing so rapidly–that it’s easy for even the most dedicated school technology…