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Funds For Learning Created New Resource to Stay on Top of E-rate Regulations

By eSchool News
August 29th, 2006

Over the last year and a half the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as well as USAC has continued to spend even more resources auditing E-rate applicants to ensure compliance with the ever changing rules. There have been many instances where schools have been asked to return their E-rate dollars due to rule violations even though the money has long been spent. Because the education technology section (Title IID) of NCLB continues to shrink and state budgets are tight it is also critical that you understand how to use your E-rate dollars effectively.

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    Funds For Learning Created New Resource to Stay on Top of E-rate Regulations

    By eSchool News
    August 29th, 2006

    Over the last year and a half the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as well as USAC has continued to spend even more resources auditing E-rate applicants to ensure compliance with the ever changing rules. There have been many instances where schools have been asked to return their E-rate dollars due to rule violations even though the money has long been spent. Because the education technology section (Title IID) of NCLB continues to shrink and state budgets are tight it is also critical that you understand how to use your E-rate dollars effectively.

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