Despite social distancing, effective distance learning is taking place, and it’s being powered by collaboration and connectivity considerations.Read about connectivity best practices
Education continuity tools help keep students connected—and teachers communicating with parents—even though school buildings may be closed.Read more about these tools
Stay focused on higher education
Colleges and universities can carry on with the business of education. Continuity tools help shift from onsite to offsite learning, and communication services help administrators relay vital information to students as needed.Learn more about continuity tools
Digital Transformation comes to Education web series
Crunch time for higher ed
EVP of e.Republic
Tyler Cowen (left)
Professor of Economics, George Mason University
Held on August 27, 2020Watch replay
Join host Alan Cox, Executive Vice President of e.Republic, along with speaker Tyler Cowen, professor at George Mason University, for a discussion on the new economic challenges facing higher ed in 2020, and what leadership can do to navigate a rapidly evolving environment.
Thrive in the Economic Recovery web series
Open for Business: How Cities Are Making It Happen
Held on August 27, 2020
As more cities open for business, best practices are emerging for adjusting to the new normal and future-proofing communities and economies. Join Cityfi, Verizon and a round-table of experts as we highlight insights, experiences and best practices gained from COVID-19 recovery and resilience initiatives in cities across the country. See how these vibrant communities are jump starting their economies, redefining the relationship between public spaces, teleworking and much more.Watch replay
Blended Learning Becomes a Core CompetencyReplay
Dr. Joshua Kim and Dr. Edward Maloney
Held on June 24, 2020
Hear the conversation between host Dustin Haisler, from eRepublic, and the authors of Learning Innovation and the Future of Higher Education, Dr. Joshua Kim (above) and Dr. Edward Maloney.
Understanding the CARES Act for educationReplay
Dustin Haisler and Joe Morris, eRepublic
Held on June 10, 2020
Hear renowned education experts Dustin Haisler (above) and Joe Morris discuss the impact of the CARES Act funding and the future of education.
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Verizon enables distance learning for up to 1.7M students in Oregon and Washington
September 10, 2020
A fast track to Verizon’s national Distance Learning Program is now available to more than 38 million students1 across 40 states and the District of Columbia.
Verizon expands education initiatives to provide distance learning resources
August 26, 2020
As remote learning and the need for support continues, Verizon unveils new resources for teachers and students that address emerging education inequities.
Massachusetts and Verizon enable distance learning for 4.7M more students
August 20, 2020
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has partnered with Verizon to provide up to 4.7 million students in Massachusetts and seven neighboring states plus the District of Columbia with a simple and quick way to access the distance learning technologies students need this fall.
Verizon enables distance learning for 18.9M students in 16 states
August 20, 2020
Verizon has partnered with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and Gov. Greg Abbott’s Operation Connectivity initiative to provide up to 18.9 million students in Texas and 15 neighboring states with a simple and quick way to access critical distance learning technologies.
Verizon enables distance learning for up to 150,000 South Carolina students
August 3, 2020
The South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff (ORS) has partnered with Verizon to enable distance learning, for up to 150,000 K-12 students through discounted Internet access for students who have no Internet connectivity at home.
Georgia Dept. of Ed. and Verizon enable distance learning for 12.5M students
July 23, 2020
The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) has partnered with Verizon to provide a fast-track to enable distance learning for students in 10 neighboring states.
Verizon and Los Angeles Unified to enable distance learning for more students
May 27, 2020
The original Verizon-Los Angeles Unified agreement of March 23 has been amended to allow other school districts in the State of California to benefit.
Educators rely on Verizon