U.S. K-12 Educational Technology Policy: Historical Notes on the Federal Role

Doug Levin

Finally, somewhat for the sake of brevity, I have excluded consideration of the role of the E-rate (which is overseen by the Federal Communications Commission and not the U.S. By 2002, a new education law had replaced the program and a new presidential administration was in place.

Schools in the poorest state become even poorer

The Hechinger Report

If E-rate didn’t fund our technology, we didn’t get it,” he said, referring to a federal program that makes telecommunications and Internet access more affordable for schools and libraries. “We Brown plans to study elementary education with a focus on middle schools.