Many area schools rely on the federal E-Rate program to support the costs of Internet connectivity, including necessary bandwidth expansion. (This is Whittier Elementary in Kansas City.) The Federal Communications Commission recently rescinded a favorable report on the effects and future uses of the E-Rate program.
Many area schools rely on the federal E-Rate program to support the costs of Internet connectivity, including necessary bandwidth expansion. (This is Whittier Elementary in Kansas City.) The Federal Communications Commission recently rescinded a favorable report on the effects and future uses of the E-Rate program. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
Many area schools rely on the federal E-Rate program to support the costs of Internet connectivity, including necessary bandwidth expansion. (This is Whittier Elementary in Kansas City.) The Federal Communications Commission recently rescinded a favorable report on the effects and future uses of the E-Rate program. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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