Technology for Educational Achievement

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Technology for Educational Achievement (TEACH) is a program administered by the Wisconsin Department of Administration, Division of Enterprise Technology.  TEACH subsidizes, through USAC's E-rate, much of the cost of the category 1 circuit to provide telecommunications access such as data lines to eligible schools, libraries, and educational institutions. Eligible Educational entities include: Public and Private K-12, Tribal Education, Libraries, Tech Colleges, Accredited Museums, and State Schools. ​TEACH does not subsidize a site's Internet Service Provider (ISP).  

  • For service related issues on TEACH Network Services contact: GLS Tech Support 24x7/outages/incidents: 866-558-1920​​​

  • TEACH Program Questions: or 608-261-5054. M-F normal business hours

  • ​DPI E-rate questions: or contact Rachel Schemelin at or 608-266-5190

  • Wisconsin Cyber Response Team: If you believe your organization is a victim of a cyber attack: 1-800-943-0003 option 2

About Us

About Us
Learn more about TEACH and its programs.

Service Request

Place An Order

To request new services, change existing services, or remove a service, submit a Service Request to TEACH.

All BlueJeans licenses will be disconnected on December 31, 2023.



The Grant program has been discontinued and removed from the statutes ​in the Biannual State Budget for 2024 and 2025.

Fiscal Year 2021 was the last year grants were funded. 

TEACH Communications

 Below are current official TEACH Communications within the last 12 months:

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