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FCC funding to help California schools speed up Internet connections

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FCC funding to help California schools speed up Internet connections

The action will likely increase consumer phone bills by $2 a year per phone, the Associated Press reported. The additional funding for the FCC's E-rate technology grants will translate to about $733 million for California schools over the next five years, according to the Alliance for Excellent Education, a Washington, D.C.-based national policy and advocacy group underwritten by AT&T Foundation among other sponsors. Jason Amos, vice president of communications for the alliance, said the funding will help schools that may still have the same speed to browse the Internet as the average home.
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