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23 Idaho elementary schools to share library grant - Idaho State Journal

23 Idaho elementary schools to share library grant - Idaho State Journal | School Libraries | Scoop.it
“23 Idaho elementary schools to share library grant Idaho State Journal BOISE — Idaho Commission for Libraries have awarded 23 Idaho elementary schools with a grant to help improve their library collections and change their check-out practices,...”
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Volunteers keep St. Marys schools' libraries operating - The Daily Standard

Volunteers keep St. Marys schools' libraries operating - The Daily Standard | School Libraries | Scoop.it
“Volunteers keep St. Marys schools' libraries operating The Daily Standard To prevent a deficit, St.”
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More Than 1,000 Sign Alliance for Excellent Education Petition Urging FCC to Expand High-Speed Internet in Nations Schools and Libraries | Consumer Electronics Net

This morning, the Alliance for Excellent Education submitted to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) names and comments from more than 1,000 educators, students, and other citizens who support the expansion of broadband connections in schools and libraries across the nation. The petition urges the FCC to take swift action to provide 99 percent of Americas students with high-speed wireless internet access through next-generation broadband within the next five years. This is a critical moment for improving learning and outcomes in the nations schools, particularly in the lowest-performing schools. Internet access has the power to connect students everywhere with high-quality curriculum, facilitated by high-quality teaching, said Bob Wise, president of the Alliance for Excellent Education and former governor of West Virginia. The FCC is poised to take action that will open the world to the nations students, and the voices of the 1,000 people who have signed this petition will be heard. The FCC administers the E-rate program, which provides discounts to schools and libraries on internet and telephone services. The successful program, which began in 1996, has helped to increase the percentage of Americas classrooms with internet access from 14 percent to 94 percent. While a significant accomplishment, the program has not been updated to meet modern demands. According to the FCC, half of E-rate applicants have slower internet connections than those in average American homes. Click headline to read more--
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