Bridge the broadband affordability gap.
School districts are uniquely positioned to help unconnected families overcome the barriers that prevent them from accessing affordable broadband programs. By implementing outreach programs to help families enroll in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), school districts can reduce the inequities faced by students without home broadband connections.
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EducationSuperHighway’s new Affordable Connectivity Program Toolkit for School Districts contains action plans and customizable resources to help school district leaders raise awareness of this new $14 billion federal broadband benefit program.
We’ve included templates, tools, and resources to support school districts of all sizes and options for those able to launch outreach campaigns to student families and those with the capacity to support ACP enrollment.
To support eligible families during the ACP enrollment process:
Districts with the capacity and resources to support the ACP enrollment process should move to Step 3.
If families have any questions or need assistance, they can contact the ACP Support Center of the Universal Service Administrative Co, who administers the ACP on behalf of the FCC via:
Phone: (877) 384-2575
7 days a week, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET