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FCC raises E-rate subsidies to pay for extended education technology program

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FCC raises E-rate subsidies to pay for extended education technology program

The Alliance for Excellent Education, not surprisingly, supported the changes, noting that more funding will make it more likely that broadband speeds will reach schools, including 43.5 million more students who will get access to high-speed Wi-Fi, more than 101,000 additional schools and nearly 16,000 libraries. "With two-thirds of our nation's schools not having the needed connectivity, getting on Wi-Fi in many of our schools is like sucking peanut butter out of a straw," Tom Murray, the Alliance's state and district digital learning director, said in a story carried by industry publication The Journal. "We must close the connectivity gap to be able to close the achievement gap."
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