If educators contact the FCC in large numbers, we might be able to more than double the annual funding available for the eRate.
[caption id="attachment_129698" align="alignleft" width="150"] "Why do we have faster internet access at the local coffee shop than in the average classroom? Let’s change that situation."[/caption]
This fall, the new school year arrives with exceptional promise, as it brings a rare opportunity to increase funding for the eRate—the only federal program focused on K-12 education technology.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has launched a rulemaking process to examine the eRate’s structure,...