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READ THE REPORT: 99% of All K-12 School Districts in the U.S. Now Have Access to High-Speed Internet.

Digital Learning Day 2020

We're showcasing what's possible in classrooms across the
country when barriers to digital learning are removed. 

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The classroom connectivity
gap is closed.

99% of all K-12 school districts in the U.S. now
have access to high-speed Internet

Read the report

Governor commitment
advances digital learning

Arkansas leads the nation in making digital learning a reality in
every classroom, every day. State leaders encouraged to take action.

Planning your school district’s
broadband budget?

Tips to help you get started

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Tools & Resources

Free tips, templates, and support for your
network upgrade.

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Learn how we support
school districts.

Thousands of school districts have already
taken advantage of the free support we provide.

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Internet access isn’t just an option, it’s a necessity.

Children cannot learn skills for tomorrow with dial-up speeds from the past.

That is why it is our mission to upgrade the Internet access in every public school classroom in America.

Learn about school connectivity in your state.

Alongside state and school district leaders, policymakers, and advocates, we've helped 40 million students access high-speed Internet.

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By 2020, we must close the classroom connectivity gap for the remaining 750,000 students.

Our Approach to Closing the Connectivity Gap

We were founded around a bold, focused mission: Upgrade the Internet access in every public school classroom in America so that every student has the opportunity to take advantage of the promise of digital learning. Our approach is simple:

Get Wi-fi in
Every Classroom

Ensure Scalable Infrastructure
for Every School

Make Broadband
More Affordable

EducationSuperHighway was a really trustworthy partner from the beginning. Felt like I had an ally in a sea of vendors, especially around a topic I don’t understand.

Randy Haggard, Superintendent, California