The Universal Service Administration Company (USAC) officially announced to the FCC in late July that it has identified additional monies to fund Funding Year 2010 E-rate Priority Two (internal connections and basic maintenance of internal connections) requests at the 80 percent discount level.
We now provide Internet access throughout the campus. However, in a recent technology committee meeting the students and parents complained about lack of access to the Web. What else can we do? Reports listing the percentage of schools with Internet connections may make us think that we've come a long way. If
You already know that E-rate provides discounts on services and products that enable classrooms and libraries to receive voice, video, and data communications.