E-Rate: Federal Funding to Enhance Education
The E-Rate program provides discounts and funding from the Universal Service Fund to eligible schools and libraries wanting to enhance their telecommunications and technology services. Since 1999, when the program was started, E-Rate has significantly accelerated the rate of K-12 classroom modernization around the nation, including the adoption of broadband Internet and Wifi in individual classrooms to supply enhanced educational materials.
Collaborating closely with school districts and their IT personnel, Netsync helps K-12 schools with the design and installation of new networking and connectivity technologies acquired through the program.
Netsync is a seasoned funding participant and has significant experience working within the parameters of the E-Rate, USAC and SLD programs, positively impacting student learning in more than 150 Texas, California, Florida, Kansas, Oklahoma and Illinois independent school districts with more than $500 billion in new hardware, services and ongoing management.