It is now clear that the federal E-Rate program is going to be reformed, and it is expected the modernized program will be more focused on installing broadband Internet in schools. In addition, a reformed program could cease payments for outdated technology -- such as pagers -- and increase available funding and improve transparency in pricing, experts speculate.
What changes should schools expect from updated E-Rate?
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