Getting started: Your E-rate cheat sheet

eSchool News

It’s that time of year again–the federal E-rate program is getting underway, and with program updates and refreshes in recent years, you might need a primer on this year’s program.

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Getting started: Your E-rate cheat sheet

eSchool News

It’s that time of year again–the federal E-rate program is getting underway, and with program updates and refreshes in recent years, you might need a primer on this year’s program. Ancillary E-Rate News

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7 Essentials to Successfully Apply, Secure and Get E-Rate Funded

techlearning

Event status: Not started ( Register ) Date and time: Thursday, October 15, 2015 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) Change time zone Duration: 1 hour Description: E-rate planning sea. Techlearning Events Webinars

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Top 5 Educator Pitfalls in the E-rate Application Process

eSchool News

What You’re in For: E-rate planning season is here! On the heels of the landmark E-rate Modernization Order (aka E-rate 2.0), funding year 2016 is poised to be one of the largest funding years in program history with an estimated funding cap of over four billion dollars.

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EducationSuperHighway and E-rate Consultants: How We Collaborate

Education Superhighway

In our work with state and school district leaders, one of the questions that comes up most frequently is whether we are E-rate consultants. However, while we collaborate with E-rate consultants frequently, we actually support school districts in different ways.

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EducationSuperHighway and E-rate Consultants: How We Collaborate

Education Superhighway

In our work with state and school district leaders, one of the questions that comes up most frequently is whether we are E-rate consultants. Since E-rate is the primary funding source for broadband Internet for schools nationwide, our mission to connect all of America’s classrooms is intertwined with the program in many ways. However, while we collaborate with E-rate consultants frequently, we actually support school districts in different ways.

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Q&A: Learn E-Rate Application Tips from an Expert

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith One of our latest webinar panelists takes readers on a deep dive into E-Rate applications. Funding Management Mobility Networking Wi-Fi

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Help on your E-rate Form 471 Application – Webinar dates announced

Education Superhighway

In light of recent changes to the E-rate program, we’re working to help ensure the accuracy of this year’s Category 1 applications. Plus, we’re hosting webinars to walk through how to avoid mistakes on your Category 1 — Item 21 funding request. District leaders and E-rate specialists are invited to attend one of the available sessions: Avoid common mistakes on your E-rate application: Help with Category 1 funding requests.

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Social Highlights from EdTech's Latest Webinar

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith Did you miss our latest webinar on networking and E-Rate? Don't worry — we have the social highlights right here. Networking

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How EducationSuperHighway and Service Providers Collaborate

Education Superhighway

Participates in the E-rate competitive bidding process. While we do provide guidance about E-rate filing strategies through our website, webinars, and other avenues, we do not directly apply to provide services to districts.

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Free School Broadband Comparison Tool

techlearning

Although the window has closed to submit e-rate applications, districts can still use the free resource, Compare & Connect K–12, by the nonprofit EducationSuperHighway, as they consider their needs over the next three to five years.

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How to Get the Most (and More) From Your School Website

Gaggle Speaks

” Andrea, who was joined during her presentation by Kyle Sands, Gaggle’s Web Hosting Specialist, added another reason schools should re-evaluate their current web hosting solution: E-Rate.

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Three Digital Equity Leaders Call to Action for Students Without Home Internet Access

techlearning

The CoSN Meeting the Needs of Students Without Home Internet Access webinar on September 19, 2018 reflects the growing concern and call to action for school districts, business communities and state and federal government to address what has been termed as the homework gap.

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Discover Ways to Drive Safe Google Apps Adoption in Your School

Gaggle Speaks

The launch of Google Classroom along with changes to E-Rate funding have led school districts, perhaps more than ever, to consider a move to Google Apps for Education. Watch the entire Gaggle Webcast by clicking here and scrolling down the page to the section of “Archived Webinars.”.

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Building the Right Infrastructure to Support Mobile Learning

techlearning

Watch the webinar: Inventing the Future: Mobile-First Learning To design and implement the kinds of wireless/wired infrastructures needed today, districts need a strategic partner who can help them achieve their vision of preparing their students for college or career.

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Case Study: A “mega” school district negotiates a better deal

Education Superhighway

Prince William County Public Schools found its support when an EducationSuperHighway state partner at the Virginia Department of Education shared our webinar on the K-12 Learning Infrastructure Program (KLIP). PWCPS attended the webinar and developed a plan to implement a successful upgrade.

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Case Study: A “mega” school district negotiates a better deal

Education Superhighway

Prince William County Public Schools found its support when an EducationSuperHighway state partner at the Virginia Department of Education shared our webinar on the K-12 Learning Infrastructure Program (KLIP). PWCPS attended the webinar and developed a plan to implement a successful upgrade. Utilizing EducationSuperHighway as a sounding board, AJ and her team created a strong E-rate Form 470, strengthening their positioning for service provider bids.

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Massachusetts is taking action to improve the digital divide in classrooms across the state

Education Superhighway

Led interactive webinars to improve broadband price transparency and discuss opportunities for school districts to increase bandwidth for little to no additional cost.

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Another Cause of Inequality: Slow Internet in Schools

Educator Innovator

Students now interview authors across the country via Skype and access books that match their interests and reading levels on e-readers. Teachers attend training sessions via webinar. By Heidi Moore.

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Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

tl;dr: emailing them, holding webinars, using social media. ” “ 2016 E-Rate Trends.” Presidential Campaign Politics. Via Politico : “ Donald Trump has put wealthy universities on alert. He warned colleges and universities Thursday night that those schools that don’t spend their endowments to directly benefit students could lose the tax break on their endowments.”

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