In comments submitted April 7, 2014, All4Ed called on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to modernize the federal E-rate program in order to lay the foundation for expanding the program through increased funding. These comments are in response to an E-rate Public Notice issued by the FCC on March 6, 2014 regarding its plan to expand, modernize, and simplify E-rate, the federal government’s program for connecting the nation’s schools and libraries to the internet.
Alliance for Excellent Education’s Focused Comments on Issues Raised in Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Modernizing the E-Rate Program
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