Thanks largely to the federal E-rate program, 99 percent of America’s schools now have high-speed broadband connections capable of providing enough bandwidth to enable their students and teachers to use technology in the classroom. But K-12 technology leaders can’t afford to rest on this accomplishment. As applications like streaming video, online collaboration and esports become more common, bandwidth needs are rising exponentially. Schools will need to continue leveraging the E-rate program to keep ahead of these requirements. Given the complexity of the E-rate process, we’ve compiled a number of planning tools to help you fully understand and leverage available E-rate funds — and create more opportunities for your students.