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Via Education Week : “ E-Rate , Other Universal-Service Funds to Be Transferred to U.S. Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” It reminded me, not of Carnegie who the article mentions, but of Gates , who initially started funding libraries – public and collective access to digital technologies – before turning to school reform and “personalized learning” efforts. I missed this news back in February: Chegg acquired RefMe.