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40 Million

students are being left behind

63 Percent

of schools do not have the bandwidth they need.

Learn more about the K-12 Connectivity Gap

Our children are trying to learn skills for tomorrow with dial-up speeds of the past.

High-speed broadband is key to restoring our educational standing. Our schools now rank 27th in math, 17th in reading, 20th in science, and 16th in technological readiness compared to other developed nations.

We must leverage technology to transform education.

Schools Need High-Speed Connectivity

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Learn more about school networks

In a country where we expect free Wi-Fi with our coffee, we should definitely demand it in our schools.

-President Barack Obama

America’s students deserve greater opportunity.

Digital learning has a critical role to play in the pursuit of excellence in America’s schools.
 Learn more about why it matters
Personalized
learning methods
and goals for
students
Increased
class-time for
teachers by reducing
administrative
burden
Increased
communication
among teachers,
students, and
parents
Opportunity
for learning
beyond the
classroom

We Must Address These Barriers

Three main barriers are holding schools back from getting the connectivity they need.

Learn more about the barriers

Awareness

Awareness

Expertise

Expertise

Affordability

Affordability

This is a solvable problem.
We’ve made progress, but there’s more to do.
We must act now.

America’s Students Are Waiting.

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