State Leadership Working Towards Broadband Access for All

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Many times, the funding is not enough, and schools supplement from outside sources, including the E-Rate program. Included in the new report and accompanying website are case studies of success stories. There are no cap limits, no throttle rates, and no chastising schools when they need extra bandwidth. If the workday of an adult typically requires seamless broadband access, then it’s reasonable that today’s students need the same access during their school day.

Technology and Casey Green on campus: Future Trends Forum #3, notes and full recording

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study, Going Digital , on faculty attitudes towards digital materials. Community colleges are much more interested in OER than other sectors. Possiblye the FCC will extend E-rate funding to poorer areas. On February 25th Casey Green and I met online for the third Future Trends Forum. We explored campus technology and faculty attitudes towards digital materials. Here is the full recording and my notes.

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Via NPR : “ Betsy DeVos ’ Graduation Rate Mistake.” ” Via The Consumerist : “New Chairman Orders FCC To Abandon Court Defense Of Rule Limiting Prison Phone Rates.” Also via Education Week : “Under New Leadership, FCC Quashes Report on E-rate Program ’s Success.” “Does Open Pedagogy require OER ?” ” Via Inside Higher Ed : “Study suggests that men are overrepresented in elite Ph.D.

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” Via Real Clear Education : “Connecting Schools to the Future: Rethinking E-Rate.” Via Inside Higher Ed : “New study finds that penalties for breaking NCAA rules are largely consistent across conference membership – and that men’s basketball and football account for the vast majority of violations.” “Call for Diversity in Ed Tech Design” by Jade E.