HP Pledges to Invest in Tech to Enhance Education for 100 Million by 2025

EdTech Magazine

By Phil Goldstein Increasingly, tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, see improving internet access for the underserved as part of their corporate social responsibility. Access Points Classroom Digital Citizenship Digital Content Internet Mobile Broadband Mobility Networking Wireless

The next generation of wireless services: Super-fast 5G

eSchool News

The agency also laid the groundwork to auction a large amount of that spectrum to wireless companies while allowing more open or shared uses of the rest–all with flexible rules in hopes of duplicating the regulatory environment that helped fuel innovation in the existing fourth-generation networks. through 2025. IT Management IT Newsletter McClatchy Networking & Broadband News


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Funding Year 2021 E-rate Application Window is Now Open

eSchool News

Funds For Learning announces that the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) opened the E-rate filing window on January 15, 2021, and will accept applications until March 25, 2021.

Education Is the New Healthcare, and Other Trends Shaping Edtech Investing


In bringing affordable education to the workplace, companies like InStride, Guild, Degreed and EdAssist are addressing the biggest issues in higher education: career relevance and student debt. Other companies, like Presence Learning, are experimenting with models that may be reimbursed by health insurance, while Aperture Education helps schools to find grant funding for their services. billion valuation , reaching the “unicorn” milestone just seven years after the company launched.

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Mission (Almost) Accomplished: Nonprofit EducationSuperHighway Prepares to Sunset


Instead, EducationSuperHighway is sunsetting because, well, that’s what Marwell always intended it to do—once the organization reached its expressed goal of connecting 99 percent of K-12 students to high-speed broadband. He’d spent his career building and selling companies in various industries, including finance, telecommunications, software and consumer retail. So seven years ago, knowing little about school broadband, he dove in.