She said the administration knows it needs to continue funding the e-Rate and other programs to bring broadband access to the nation’s schools.
“Then, we need to make sure there are ways to fund the infrastructure for learning inside the schools,” she said, “so just like we fund facilities and doors and electricity, … we need to fund networks and the personnel, the people, the processes that make [technology] as effective as possible.”
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