E-rate Funding Year 2020 Opens: 3 Key Things to Know
Guest Author: Dan Leister, E-rate Manager Cisco U.S. Public Sector On December 20th of last year, USAC announced the annual Form 471 filing window dates for E-rate Funding Year 2020 applications. This window opened January 15, 2020 and will close March 25, 2020, running for 70 days. But as you prepare your application, there […]
What’s next for E-rate?
The E-rate filing window closed March 27. More than 21,000 schools and libraries are awaiting a funding decision. What’s happening behind the scenes? How can you plan for what’s next?
The E-rate filing window opens January 16! Here are our top 10 tips for success.
Since 1996, E-rate has helped more than 100,000 schools and libraries connect to the Internet. The filing window opens soon. Are you ready to start the E-rate filing process?
E-rate Do’s and Don’ts
In spite of what the calendar says, now is the true “new year.” School is back in session, and it’s time to think about edtech funding and getting E-rate right.
Three K-12 Success Stories: How to Take Advantage of E-rate
Learn about three school districts that increased student access and enhanced teaching and learning with help from the E-rate program.
E-rate Won’t Fund Your Entire Solution? Consider These Other Options
E-rate only funds certain technologies, and successful schools develop a comprehensive funding strategy, identifying matching funds, grants, and other programs to help make up the difference.
The E-rate filing window is open! Here are our top 10 tips for success.
Have you begun the E-rate filing process? Schools have until March 22 to submit FCC Form 471 applications. These tips may take some of the guesswork out of the process.
E-rate Application Filing Window Opens January 11
The E-rate application filing window has been announced! Schools have from January 11 until March 22, 2018, to submit their FCC Form 471 applications. Here’s what you need to know.
Putting E-rate Funding to Work: A Peek at One Oklahoma School’s Transformation
In rural Howe, Okla., E-rate has helped fund a revitalized network infrastructure to enable the integration of technology into teaching and learning at all grade levels.