The Federal Communications Commission has recently made the biggest changes to E-Rate since the program was created 19 years ago to help schools pay for telecommunications and Internet services.
Major changes include increased funding and the phasing out of some services and technologies, as well as increasing support for broadband and wireless networks in classrooms. So what do you really need to know?
Download our 2015 E-Rate white paper to keep yourself up to speed on all of the major changes for E-Rate in 2015, including details on:
- E-Rate best practices
- Major dates and deadlines
- Funding category changes
- Discount percentage adjustments
- Eligible services and technology: What’s in and what’s out
- And more…