E-Rate Program and Broadband Usage Survey (2010): Report
This report presents data from the 2010 E-rate Program and Broadband Usage Survey, conducted between February and April 2010. The primary goal of the survey was to collect data on the current state ofbroadband connectivity for E-rate funded schools and libraries and inquire into challenges related to broadband use that recipients face now or will face in the future. This survey will help the FCC make policy decisions for the E-rate program by providing information on the educational and technological needs of schools and libraries. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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2008 E-rate funding 25 Mbps amount of E-rate applications online Area Network LAN average speed Base basic maintenance builders or job Cable modem Cell phone service Connection speed Consortium current Internet connection E-books E-mail E-rate survey respondents educational objectives Entities receiving funding entity’s following services Funding Year 2008 handheld devices Homework resources internal connections Internet access necessary issues prevent Kbps landline telephone service learning management systems least one school Local Area Network maintenance of internal management systems e.g. Mbps to less mean number meet their needs meets Completely meets meets Mostly meets meets your needs number of students Online applications Online learning management Online testing PDAs Personal Digital Assistants QUESTION 2 EQUALS Rarely Meets received E-rate funding recipients ROTATE RESPONSE OPTIONS school district Schools and Libraries Smartphones staff streaming video student assessment data Telecommunications Services urban Video conferencing Voice over IP Wi-Fi Wide Area Network wireless Internet access