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EducationSuperHighway joins New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, Department of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry to focus on expanding broadband to more schools

EducationSuperHighway was honored to join together with New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan and New Hampshire Department of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry this week at an event at the Ellis School in Fremont to highlight the work being done in the … Read More

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and EducationSuperHighway announce partnership to bring high-speed broadband to all Texas schools

Last week, Governor Greg Abbott and Education Commissioner Mike Morath announced a partnership between the state of Texas and EducationSuperHighway, to launch the Classroom Connectivity Initiative.   The partnership advances Governor Abbott and Commissioner Morath’s vision of a world-class K-12 … Read More

Announcing the 2015 State of the States report on school broadband connectivity

Today we are excited to announce the release of our first annual 2015 State of the States report on Internet connectivity in America’s K-12 public schools. The report shows, in the last two years tremendous progress has been made, an … Read More

A Call to Action: How Governors Can Solve the School Connection Crisis

A new school year means new opportunities, ambitious learning goals, and heightened prospects for kids, but for millions of our nation’s students, those opportunities come with an asterisk. Lack of high-speed Internet prevents teachers and students from taking full advantage … Read More

Montana Governor Steve Bullock announces partnership to connect every classroom in the state to high-speed Internet

September 14, 2015 Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced today his commitment to connect every K-12 classroom in the state to high-speed Internet in order to support digital learning and equal opportunities for all Montana students. The Office of the Governor … Read More

Arkansas Upgrades First District to High-Speed Broadband Network

Last week, Fort Smith Schools became the first Arkansas school district to connect to the state’s newly upgraded K-12 education network. The upgrade has increased Arkansas Public School Computer Network’s (APSCN) speed to 200 Kbps per student—more than 40 times its … Read More

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