Is your broadband provider overcharging your public school? Use this investigative piece to help you understand why many schools are not getting the low-cost broadband service the law is supposed to enable them to receive, and ask if the provider is indeed giving schools the lowest price available.
AT&T, Feds Ignore Low-Price Mandate Designed to Help Schools – ProPublica
To help avert a digital divide between rich and poor students, Congress required phone companies to offer bargain rates to schools. But as schools struggle for funding, evidence shows that this low-price requirement has been widely ignored by regulators and AT&T. Verizon might also have overcharged.