If there is one truth about the new universal access or "eRate", it is that the landscape of information technology (technology and telecommunications) for schools and libraries in this country has dramatically and irrevocably changed. The impact of the eRate will be profound for many schools; others will take some time to catch up and get with the program. The full effect of this program is in the opportunity it presents for school systems to create a new set of rules for budgets, technology, and staffing models. To optimize the benefit of the eRate, schools now have to think differently

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