Issued: 06/23/2003

(Toronto) The American Library Association (ALA) today expressed disappointment in today's very narrow decision from the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the Children's Internet Protection Act.

Issued: 05/03/2003

Commissioner Kathleen Q. Abernathy hosts public forum to strengthen compliance and oversight over the schools and libraries program of the federal universal service support mechanisms, often called the "E-rate" program.

Issued: 04/23/2003

Second Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Issued: 04/22/2003

This month a new pilot project was to begin that would use wireless technology to turn New York libraries into high-speed Internet hubs for low-income neighborhoods. But it has been delayed, thanks to the controversy over a federal program known as E-rate.

Issued: 03/17/2003

If Al Gore did indeed invent the Internet, it's time for him to return and teach America's public schools how to use it.

Issued: 12/09/2002

In this Public Notice, the Wireline Competition Bureau announces the proposed universal service contribution factor for the first quarter of 2003.1 Under section 54.709 of the Commission's rules, the quarterly contribution factor is based on the ratio of total projected quarterly costs of the federal universal service support mechanisms to total end-user interstate and international telecommunications revenues, net of prior period actual contributions.

Issued: 12/02/2002

In response to concerns from the applicant and service provider communities - and in consultation with the FCC and the USAC Schools and Libraries Committee - the Schools and Libraries Division is extending the deadline for the Funding Year 2003 Form 471 application filing window to Thursday, February 6, 2003 at 11:59 PM EST.

Issued: 10/23/2002

The SLD has identified all applicants in Category 4 defined in the new guidance on CIPA for libraries that received funding commitments for Funding Year 2001.

Issued: 09/17/2002

Since 1994, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) has surveyed public schools to estimate access to information technology in schools and classrooms.

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