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​Study Shows E-rate Improved Internet Speed for 79% of Applicants

Jun 27, 2017

79 PERCENT of E-rate applicants in the U.S. said they have faster internet on their campuses because of the program, which makes broadband services more affordable for K-12 schools and libraries. The finding comes from a study by Funds For Learning, a consulting firm that claims to assist schools in understanding the E-rate application process and documentation requirements.

The survey received nearly 1,000 respondents, or about 5 percent of all school and library applicants in the country. According to the press announcement, wider results of the survey will be available this fall. 

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​Study Shows E-rate Improved Internet Speed for 79% of Applicants

Jun 27, 2017

79 PERCENT of E-rate applicants in the U.S. said they have faster internet on their campuses because of the program, which makes broadband services more affordable for K-12 schools and libraries. The finding comes from a study by Funds For Learning, a consulting firm that claims to assist schools in understanding the E-rate application process and documentation requirements.

The survey received nearly 1,000 respondents, or about 5 percent of all school and library applicants in the country. According to the press announcement, wider results of the survey will be available this fall. 

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