The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 2014 E-rate modernization was the catalyst that gave way to a massive broadband expansion throughout America’s public and private education systems. Across party lines and geographic boundaries, governors, state and district leaders, schools and service providers have thoroughly leveraged E-rate’s resources to make the promise of nationwide connectivity a tangible reality.
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We’ve made dramatic progress, but to deliver on our promise there is more work to be done.
There are still:
In order to meet the minimum bandwidth goal by leveraging price transparency, the average district needs to lower its cost per Mbps by 26%. This is well within the realm of possibility because districts that upgraded in 2017 saw their costs decline 34% while the cost of K-12 broadband declined 30% overall.