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Introducion to E-Rate to faculty and staff.

Introducion to E-Rate to faculty and staff.

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E-Rate by Agustin Quezada E-Rate by Agustin Quezada Presentation Transcript

  • Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support: E-RATE
    Rivera Elementary
    Denton ISD
  • Agenda
    • E-Rate Description
    • E-Rate Funded Service Categories
    • Application Process
    • E-Rate Discount Percentages
    • Technology Plan
    • Conclusion
    • References and Resources
  • E-Rate Description
    • Provides discounts to assist schools and libraries
    • Discounts range from 20% to 90%
    • Supports connectivity
    • Is maintained through contributions made by telecommunications providers
    • Is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC)
  • E-Rate Funded service categories
  • E-Rate Application process
    Determine eligibility
    Develop a technology plan
    Bidding process
    Select provider
    Application and application review
    After decision, begin service and invoice USAC
  • E-rate discount percentages
  • Develop Technology Plan
  • conclusion
    Must meet eligibilities requirements
    E-Rate provides discounted connectivity
    E-Rate doesn’t provide hardware, software, or developments
  • References and resources
    USAC E-Rate overview. http://www.usac.org/_res/documents/sl/pdf/E-rate-Overview.pdf
    USAC. http://www.usac.org/default.aspx
    Chart created using Microsoft Excel using information from U.S. Department of Education. http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oii/nonpublic/erate.html