Funding Your School Network: Maximizing E-rate Success in 2017

February 16, 2017

15,000 schools are struggling to provide Wi-Fi to their students. But with E-rate funds still available, there is no excuse for inadequate school networks. E-rate is a program that reimburses Wi-Fi network and broadband expenses for K-12 schools in the US, and abundant funds are still available. If you are not fully familiar with this program, this is your chance to catch up before it's too late. Even if you are familiar with E-rate, you need to attend this webinar. With all of the changes this year in Washington, DC, it's essential that E-rate applicants understand what is and isn't changing in the program.

Learn both the basics and nuances of E-rate from the experts at Funds For Learning. The need for Internet connectivity in schools is growing exponentially, and schools turn to the E-rate program for the financial support necessary to fuel that growth. The financial stakes are higher, yet the E-rate program is more complicated than ever. This webinar will unravel the rules in an easy-to-grasp manner, so you can take best advantage of the network funding that E-rate has to offer.

  • Who should attend: K-12 IT managers and staff members; K-12 business managers.
  • What you'll learn: How to receive E-rate funding and the latest changes to the E-rate program for 2017.
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