Schools and libraries E-Rate program
Mobile devices are now being used at all levels in K–12 schools — it’s transforming the educational process. Teachers are more productive and empowered with mobile tools, and learning is now personalized to fit students’ unique needs, increasing educational engagement.
Ideally, each student uses one mobile device exclusively for 1:1 mobile learning. K–12 educators have embraced the need for 1:1 mobile learning, but face challenges, including:
- Outdated infrastructure
- Lack of professional development and training
- Conflicting technology and curriculum goals
- Ongoing support issues
- Security concerns
- Uncertain funding
At T-Mobile we offer comprehensive, customized 1:1 solutions for K–12 schools and districts that address each of these challenges. Our K–12 specialists bring together a wide range of T-Mobile devices, applications, and integration partners to build customized solutions that can fit your school’s needs. From planning and acquisition to support and ongoing maintenance, we embrace collaboration every step of the way.
And we do it without all the baggage the other carriers bring. With T-Mobile, you get:
- No annual service contracts
- Unlimited data option
- No overage charges while operating on our network
Contact one of our T-Mobile K-12 specialists to talk about the right 1:1 mobile learning solution for your school.
Take part in the Schools and Libraries (eRate) Program
The Schools and Libraries Program is a component of the Federal Universal Service Fund, provides discounts of up to 90 percent to help eligible schools and libraries across the United States obtain affordable telecommunications and Internet access. T-Mobile has developed a specialist team dedicated to helping our customers navigate the E-Rate program - so we can get you answers and assistance fast. We’ll work with you to ensure your school, library, district, or consortium can maximize your available E-Rate benefits and we’ll make it as easy as possible.
For further information, contact a T-Mobile E-Rate Regulatory Specialist at email@example.com, or learn more about the eRate program at the Universal Administration Service Company (USAC) website at http://usac.org/sl/.