How the Emergency Connectivity Fund & Wireless Edge Solutions Enable School Bus Wi-Fi

November 23, 2020

Choosing wireless edge solutions for buses

As school districts move forward with post-pandemic plans, technology trends and funding opportunities are intersecting. The $7.1 billion Emergency Connectivity Fund — distributed through a process similar to the E-Rate application system — helps schools and libraries buy connected devices and broadband routers to enable remote teaching and learning.

This funding is essential for schools that have been asking this question: How can we use school bus Wi-Fi to expand students’ daily learning?

Explore more about wireless networking solutions for school buses at cradlepoint.com/k12-funding

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