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Chairman Pai on the Future of Broadband in the Lifeline Program


STATEMENT OF FCC CHAIRMAN AJIT PAI On the Future of Broadband in the Lifeline Program WASHINGTON, March 29, 2017 – Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai issued the following statement today: “I support including broadband in the Lifeline program to help provide affordable, high-speed Internet access for our nation’s poorest families.  Indeed, I worked hard

Congressional Hearings Focus on Tribal Priorities


AIPI March 2017 Legislative Update Last month, a number of Congressional Committees held hearings to begin developing recommendations for tribal infrastructure priorities, confirmation hearings started for Judge Neil Gorsuch as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, and actions were taken on 41 Congressional bills and five administrative actions on issues such as infrastructure,

Internet for Everyone


A report for the FCC in 2015 found nearly two million people living on tribal land lack access to the internet. Even more than that can’t sign onto broadband. That digital divide makes it harder for Alaska Natives and Native Americans living in rural areas to complete tasks online that the rest of us take

Digital Southwest: A Regional Broadband Summit


Hosted by Next Centuries Cities April 17-18, 2017 Mesa, AZ. This full-day event will bring together broadband champions from federal, state, and local government, as well as community leaders and broadband policy experts from the Southwest and across the nation. The event will feature stories of broadband deployment success, digital inclusion initiatives, financing opportunities, and

Barona Indian Charter School


The mission of the Barona Indian Charter School is to establish a child-centered, community learning environment for kindergarten through eighth grade students that develops: Leadership Academic excellence in core subjects Social and community awareness Cultural appreciation Character Barona Indian Charter School aims to develop in our students a dedication to community service and the motivation

Cornell University Law School


Cornell University Law School is a not-for-profit group that believes everyone should be able to read and understand the laws that govern them, without cost. this vision is carried out by: Publishing law online, for free. (Including American Indian Law) Creating materials that help people understand law Exploring new technologies that make it easier for

University of New Mexico


Native American Studies (NAS) is an academic program committed to Indigenous research and scholarship. NAS offers a Bachelor of Arts degree and a minor degree granted through University Studies at the University of New Mexico. UNM-NAS provides a range of academic resources for the student, the University community, and the larger Native American community. In

All Tribes Charter School


The All Tribes Charter School strives to establish a foundation that will promote higher learning standards and achievement through exploring diverse experience, opportunities, and interests while adjusting to the learning needs of our students. All Tribes provides a unique culturally enhanced program where student are encouraged to use the skills taught to master grade level

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