E-Rate changes are expected to be approved by FCC

09/21/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Federal Communications Commission is set to approve on Thursday changes to the federal E-Rate program that are designed to bring faster Internet service to schools and libraries -- primarily in poor and rural areas -- and would also allow for pilot programs to facilitate the use of digital textbooks. The FCC will also consider whether to allow communities to share federally subsidized school Internet connections when school is not in session.

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