EducationSuperHighway is a national non-profit with the mission to close the digital divide for the 17 million households that have access to the Internet but can’t afford to connect. It focuses on America’s most unconnected communities, where more than 25% of people don’t have Internet.
We are the national non-profit that closed the K-12 classroom connectivity gap. In 2013, only 10% of students had access to digital learning in their classrooms. Today, thanks to an unprecedented bi-partisan effort by federal, state, and school district leaders, supported by K-12 advocacy organizations, the classroom connectivity gap is closed – 47 million students are connected, and 99.3% of America’s schools have a high-speed broadband connection.
EducationSuperHighway is a national non-profit with the mission to close the digital divide for the 17 million households that have access to the Internet but can’t afford to connect. We outlined the action needed to close this “broadband affordability gap” in our first No Home Left Offline report.
Our work at is made possible by leading foundations and philanthropic institutions.
We are grateful for their support and partnership.
National and state partners were instrumental in closing the K-12 classroom connectivity gap.
Thank you to the organizations that continue to help us bridge the digital divide.
Our national policy partners help us advocate for funding to close the broadband affordability gap and accurate data to identify unconnected households.
We were honored to work with governors and state agency leaders across the country to connect America's most unconnected communities.
We are grateful to the school districts and community-based organizations who work in partnership with us to get home broadband to America's most unconnected communities.
We are proud to partner with regional and national ISPs to enable states and school districts to identify and connect students who lack home broadband.
Innovative partnerships with housing authorities and apartment building owners are helping to deploy free Wi-Fi to residents in low-income apartment buildings.
Corporations are vital to the public-private partnership needed to close the digital divide and can be force multipliers in the effort to enroll unconnected households.