Chicago Instructional Technology Foundation (doing business as Voqal Chicago) is a nonprofit corporation that got its start transmitting educational video programs to schools in the mid-80s using frequencies regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In early 2013, Chicago Instructional Technology Foundation joined four other like-minded nonprofit entities under the single brand Voqal. Today, Voqal Chicago continues to provide services to schools and nonprofits nationwide, engage in philanthropic programs centered on social equality, and participate in other entrepreneurial endeavors. For more information about Voqal Chicago’s full range of offerings and initiatives, please visit