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KSLLC and E-mpa submit comments to the FCC on E-rate for Remote Learning

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 12:00 AM

Kellogg & Sovereign Consulting, LLC (KSLLC) and the E-Rate Management Professionals Association (E-mpa) submitted comments today in reponse to the FCC's request for comments on using the E-Rate program to provide support for remote learning. Both organizations voiced support using E-Rate to provide support for remote learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic.


KSLLC's Deborah Sovereign currently serves as President of the E-mpa Board of Directors contributed to the comments for E-mpa.
KSLLC highlighted the responses to our survey from 12 school districts who provided excellent information regarding their experiences in providing remote learning and associated costs.

See:
Kellogg & Sovereign Comments 2/16/2021
E-Rate Management Professionals Association Comments 2/16/2021

We encourage everyone to submit comments by either submitting a short paragraph using the FCC's express comments method or you can provide a MS Word document or .pdf with your comments by using the standard method. Reply comments are due 2/23/2021.

You can look up what others have submitted as well as submit your own comments here: https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/

To search for filings, enter proceeding: 21-31, scroll to the bottom and click search

To submit a filing, click on “submit a filing”

If you want to prepare you comments in advance and upload the document choose “standard filing”
If you want to type your comments directly in (or copy in) choose “express comment”

  • Proceeding: 13-184 and 21-31 (enter after each one)
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