E-Rate update: closing in on year two

Bigham, Vicki Smith
March 1999
Curriculum Administrator;Mar1999, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p34
Reports on Schools and Libraries Corp.'s extension of the deadline for the submission of Universal Service Fund school funding applications for the 1999-2000 school year in the United States from February 19 to March 11, 1999. Federal Communications Commission's rules on funding priorities for 1999-2000; Processes comprising the funding application.


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