Thanks to a major funding refresh, one district found that it's now possible to support its one-to-one initiative without scaling back access for other services or devices. Could your district do the same?
The Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) historic E-rate modernization in 2014 paved the way for districts to expand their high-speed broadband and wi-fi and increase digital learning opportunities for students.
Before the modernization, Category 2 services were called Priority 2 services and were funded only after all requests for Priority 1 services (telecommunications services and internet access) were funded--but that meant most schools had no leftover E-rate funding for wi-fi equipment...
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