With concerns about school internet access buzzing in the wake of the FCC's vote to repeal net neutrality, anxiety over school internet access might transfer to the federal E-rate program--but there's no need to worry, according to E-rate experts.

When the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality, education stakeholders worried the move would be a step backwards for digital equity inside classrooms. Some worried that even in classrooms with digital equity, net neutrality's repeal would leave students in low-income neighborhoods at a disadvantage and widen the homework gap.

While net neutrality's impact on the marketplace and internet access has yet to be...

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