With E-rate reformed, educators must consider new learning-centered questions
E-rate, officially known as the Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, was created to provide schools and libraries with an affordable way to obtain telecommunications, internet access and internet-related services.
In the beginning, E-rate focused principally on telephone service, which was the most basic and universal way individuals communicated 20 years ago.
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