Strategy and Solutions for the $7.2B Emergency Connectivity Fund Homework Gap

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In May 2021, the FCC established the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF) to reimburse schools for expenses related to students needing Internet access outside of school. This funding addresses the “Homework Gap” that affects more than 17 million US students who lack access today.

Watch this webinar replay to explore homework gap solutions with Andrew Moore, Chief Information Officer of Boulder Valley School Districts. The session is focused on the needs of Wireless ISPs, provides an overview of the ECF program, highlights Cambium’s eligible solutions, and discusses how to schools can participate in this program.

For more information about Cambium Networks “Homework Gap” solutions, visit our Homework Gap Solutions page.