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This article was published on: July 28, 2022

Thanks to the $65 billion Internet for All initiative, your state has an historic opportunity to close gaps in high-speed internet access and affordability within its borders. Every state and eligible territory has signed on to participate in at least one of the current administration’s state digital equity grant programs. Some have already stepped up […]

This article was published on: July 8, 2022

By nature, technology moves at the speed of light. In doing so, it creates a host of opportunities. At the same time though, this rapid evolution also comes with its set of challenges. Chief among them is our inability to keep up with the changing taxonomy of advancing technology. Between abbreviations, acronyms, and brand-new words, […]

This article was published on: May 28, 2022

Among the many lessons the COVID-19 pandemic continues to teach us, one of the most important is the need to be prepared. Whether it’s nonprofit organizations, government agencies, or individuals, it is imperative that we have an “adaptation plan” that guides us as we navigate through this rapidly changing time. Remote work has been one […]

This article was published on: March 29, 2022

This spring the FCC will give schools and libraries one more opportunity to file requests for Emergency Connectivity Funds (ECF). That’s great news whether you’re a school leader eager to equip more students with devices or a librarian hoping to add Wi-Fi hotspot lending to your services. But experts warn that demand will likely exceed […]

This article was published on: March 6, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic threw schools, students, and technology providers into a tailspin. We were reacting to an urgent and unforeseen need to teach students in an entirely new way. With so little planning and training it’s no wonder the full potential of remote learning wasn’t always realized. Now many in education are in recovery mode […]

This article was published on: January 26, 2022

It might surprise you to learn that the small towns, tribal lands, and remote, far-flung addresses of rural America aren’t the only areas with digitally underserved households. Yes, many countryside dwellers are still waiting for reliable high-speed internet connections to reach them. However, in our well-connected cities, you can find whole neighborhoods where the percentage […]