Since our founding in 2012, we have been singularly focused on upgrading the Internet infrastructure in K–12 public schools so that all students can take advantage of the transformational power of digital learning. We use a data-driven approach to address the barriers that keep school districts from getting the speed they need. Through our federal advocacy work as well as our district and state programs, we are enabling high-speed Internet access in every K–12 classroom in America. Take a look at our progress so far.

Timeline Express

2012

EducationSuperHighway founded

SchoolSpeedTest Launched

2013

President Obama announces ConnectED

$10 million raised. Funders include Gates and Zuckerberg

30 State Partners

2014

Item 21 Entry and Reporting Portal Launched

50 of America’s top CEOs sign-on to support Internet in schools

Released landmark analysis on E-rate spending

800,000 SchoolSpeedTests taken, representing 33,000 schools

Network coaching program for districts launched

America’s CEOs, EdTech innovators, and bipartisan leaders urge FCC action

FCC take first step to modernize E-rate including $5B for wireless in school

Announced state K-12 broadband partnerships with Arkansas and Virginia

EducationSuperHighway team grows to 30