E-Rate 2.0 Survival Guide: Education-Grade Wi-Fi for 21st Century Learning

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he FCC recently approved the first changes to the E-Rate program since it began in 1996. Ensure your district is up to speed on new eligibility rules and discount calculations by downloading this E-Rate 2.0 Survival Guide: Education-Grade Wi-Fi for 21st Century Learning. The goal of the changes is to close the Wi-Fi gap and to support personalized learning for every K through 12 student no matter where they go to school across the country — rural, urban or anywhere in between. 21st Century schools need robust networks with high-density broadband capacity. The E-Rate program helps U.S. schools build out that capacity. 


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SIIA Releases New Guide to the E-Rate 2.0

Washington, D.C. (June 2, 2015) – The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of SIIA, in partnership with Funds For Learning, announces the release of SIIA’s Guide to the E-rate 2.0. The guide reviews the FCC’s recent E-Rate modernization, including a summary of the significant update to its rules and eligible services, analysis of the evolving E-Rate market, and how the E-Rate affects school technology purchases and planning.