Why most school Wi-Fi networks are not prepared for the future
from EdTech Magazine
The E-Rate application season has started. From now until April 30, K-12 IT departments will be busy filing their requests for technology to help bring their districts into a steady online future. In 2014, the Federal Communications Commission upgraded its E-Rate funding program with a larger funding cap, allowing schools to upgrade more hardware and boost Internet speeds in classrooms, opening the doors for online learning. The effort went hand in hand with President Barack Obama's ConnectED initiative, which began in 2013 as a plan to provide high-speed Internet access to 99 percent of classrooms by 2018.
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