E-rate essentials: 3 planning tools to understand the E-rate process

Many schools, libraries or districts plan two to three years ahead of time to avoid last-minute stress of getting the E-rate paperwork completed and forms posted online. While advanced planning is required, a regular review of overall technology initiatives will ensure the infrastructure is up to date as new learning technologies or priorities emerge. Given the complexity of the E-rate process, we’ve compiled a number of planning tools to help you fully understand and leverage available E-rate funds—and create more opportunities for your students.


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