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Berin Szóka Jun 11
DEMOCRATS in... 1998: would deter broadband investment, competition because of the fear of price controls 2010: OK, we thought about it. T2 is still a bad idea 2014: We're invoking T2 but no price controls ever! 2018: WE NEED PRICE CONTROLS OR THE INTERNET WILL DIE!
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NAESP Jun 15
NAESP Director of Policy & Advocacy with a quick update & good news on , which includes funding for professional development for principals
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Phil Kerpen Jun 11
Replying to @kerpen
Also note, the Obama classification gives the FCC the power to apply universal service fund assessments to Internet bills -- that's an 18.4% tax. (They were planning to do this right after Clinton won.)
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Phil Kerpen Jun 11
Replying to @kerpen
Any member of Congress who votes to bring back the Obama order is voting to authorize an 18.4% Internet tax.
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Stephanie Hirsh Jan 29
A bipartisan group of sens & reps refined ESSA's PD definition. Without Title IIA funding to put the new def into practice, the quality of PD & teaching, particularly in states & districts with the greatest need, may not improve. Tell your reps to save .
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Danny Carlson - NAESP Mar 21
BREAKING: receives $2.055 billion in the FY2018 omnibus
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Broadband for America Jun 21
Investment in America's world-leading networks declined after outdated was imposed. FCC appropriately stepped in and ended failed utility-style internet regulations. We can't go back now.
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Dana Floberg Feb 20
If by "economic analysis" you mean "bought-and-paid-for industry studies that have been repeatedly & utterly debunked", then sure:
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Stephanie Hirsh Jan 26
Too often, early career teachers find themselves assigned to the most challenging classrooms in urban and rural communities. Mentoring and coaching are essential to helping them address the great diversity of challenges they face. Keep working to Save .
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Phil Kerpen Feb 23
Someone (Soros? Google?) is spending $855,500 PER DAY on "Guaranteed Letter Signers" to the House supporting the Demcoratic CRA to reimpose Obama's Internet regulations.
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Stephanie Hirsh Jan 23
TitleII. Tell your elected reps - Investing in education is equivalent in importance to investing in our nation's defense. We live in a globally competitive world. Public schools exist to protect these core concepts -- freedom and democracy.
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Dana Floberg Dec 19
Hey, remember how told you the ISPs' next move is to push a BAD, FAKE bill that undermines the real fight & fails to offer all the protections of , & how you should definitely NOT fall for it? Here it is. Don't fall for it.
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Robert M. McDowell Dec 14
Looking forward to appearing on with at 3:00 ET to discuss & much more I’m sure.
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Stephanie Hirsh Jan 25
States and school systems rely on to support neighborhoods with greatest challenges in supporting and retaining good teachers. Title II funds mentors for new principals and teachers and classroom-based support that helps teachers improve their practice.
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Latino Family Literacy Dec 5
What is Spanglish and how to help Spanish-speaking & to learn academic vocabulary?
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Josh Tabish Apr 4
I worked late to set the record straight on whether e-health and telemedicine are compliant under the FCC's 2015 rules. But was it worth it? Here's what I came up with:
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James W. Anderson 3h
To comply with the and , and must build a station at on Ninth and complete it by 8/2018 when the route opens, call 888-743-3882 and ask for it ek
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Amrit Podder Jun 21
The United States already started to feel the pain of net neutrality's end with worse Internet connectivity, more limitations, and a less free-and-open web.
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High Tech Forum Jun 20
Has morphed again, from to a ban on zero rating? It’s funny listening to Dems try to spin forcing poor people to pay Google’s communication costs as “pro-consumer”.
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High Tech Forum Jun 20
Broadband speeds are dramatically faster now that (AKA ) has been eliminated: "The Fastest ISPs of 2018" via
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