SLC extends 1999 e-rate filing deadline to 100 days

January 1999
Electronic Education Report;01/13/99, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p3
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Reports on the Schools and Libraries Corp.'s (SLC) extension of the 1999-2000 application window for the federal electronic-rate (e-rate) program for schools in the United States. Final disbursement of e-rate commitment letters; Organization's intention to allow schools and libraries to review their current funding levels; California's receipt of the highest total e-rate allocation for the four waves of funding.


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