Transforming Education
The San Diego County Office of Education is proud to support the Federal Communications Commission's E-rate Deployed Ubiquitously (EDU2011) Pilot Program.
In January 2012, 140 participants joined 14 of the 20 EDU2011 Pilot Program organizations as well as other stakeholders (including the FCC and the United States Department of Education) in San Diego to explore the progress and prospects of off-campus use of mobile devices and broadband connectivity by students. The content from the summit has been archived and may be accessed by clicking here

This site is dedicated to supporting the 20 EDU2011 Pilot Program organizations as they prepare their interim and final reports on the progress and prospects of the innovative work they have been engaged in. 

For more information, please contact us directly by clicking here.

A summary of the interim reports submitted to the FCC is now available for review by the EDU2011 Pilot Program participants.  Click here to access the report...

On February 15, 2012, the FCC distributed Order DA 12-200 providing an extension of the time for pilot participants to meet certain E-rate procedural deadlines to facilitate the ongoing administration and utilization of the funds committed to the pilot participants for
funding year 2011.  The Commission’s rules were waived and the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) was directed to extend any of its relevant procedural deadlines for those pilot participants that had not begun their pilot projects before October 1, 2011.  

As a result, the following program participants will not be required to submit their interim report to the FCC until October 31, 2012 and their final report until April 30, 2013:
  • Piedmont City School District
  • Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia
  • Clay County School District
  • Mohican School in the Out-of-Doors, Inc.
  • Roy Municipal Schools
  • New Rochelle School District
  • Michigan Technical Academy