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  • 1. Preparing Students for
    21st Century Learning
    Sarah Zumwalt Middle School
    Career and College Readiness Campus
  • 2. Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund
  • 3.
    • Introduction
    • 4. Overview of the Program
    • 5. Overview of the Application Process
    • 6. District Technology Plan
    • 7. Questions and Answers
    Agenda
  • 8. Commonly know as “E-Rate”
    Administered by Universal Service Administrative Computer (USAC)
    Under the direction of the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC)
    Provides discounts to assist most schools and libraries in the U.S.
    Committed to ensuring program integrity
    Overview of the Program
  • 9. Funding requested in four categories:
    • Telecommunication services
    • 10. Internal connections
    • 11. Internet access
    • 12. Maintenance of internal connections
    Funding based on:
    • Level of poverty
    • 13. Status of population served
    USAC Funding
  • 14. E-Rate DiscountedTelecommunications Services
  • 15. Overview/summary of the district’s technology plan can be found on the Talking Tech Lounge at http://lakimberlywilson. blogspot.com
    District Technology Plan
  • 16. School and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund, commonly known as E-Rate offers discounts to schools and libraries for Internet connectivity.
    Technology plan must be presented during the application process
    Funding can be requested in four categories: internet access, internal connection, telecommunications, and maintenance of connections
    Funding is based on level of poverty and status of population.
    Conclusion