​FCC approves $1.5 billion funding increase to upgrade school broadband – Engadget


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Schools depending on the FCC’s E-Rate program to update their internet infrastructures are about to get a little more help: the Federal Communications Commission just gave the program an additional $1.5 billion in funding. The decision was hotly contested …
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