EducationSuperHighway a 2017 Tech and Innovation Award Winner

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We are proud to announce that EducationSuperHighway was selected by the San Francisco Business Times as a 2017 Tech and Innovation Award winner. The Tech and Innovation Awards recognize the most dynamic, innovative entrepreneurs and companies in the Bay Area. Past winners include Airbnb, Dropbox, Eventbrite, Fitbit, Glassdoor, Lending Club, Salesforce, Splunk, and Waze, among others.

The Bay Area prides itself on the breadth and depth of its tech talent, and the San Francisco Business Times recognizes leaders in the industry each year with its annual Tech and Innovation Awards. Other companies named to this year’s list include Anki, App Annie, DoorDash, Tile, and the Wikimedia Foundation, among others. The winners were selected by a committee of reporters and editors of the San Francisco Business Times, with input from an independent panel of advisors.

We are honored to be named a San Francisco Business Times Tech and Innovation Award winner alongside so many other groundbreaking, inspiring Bay Area companies and we are grateful for the recognition of our work to close the fiber gap, put Wi-Fi in every classroom, and make broadband more affordable so that all students in America have robust, reliable high-speed Internet access for digital learning.

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EducationSuperHighway & Massachusetts connect residents to affordable broadband

Broadband activities are revving up in the Bay State. The timing is not a coincidence: with President Biden signing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law in November 2021, and NTIA subsequently releasing Notices of Funding Opportunity which outline the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program, Digital Equity Act, and Enabling Middle Mile Grant Infrastructure program in May 2022, states and localities find themselves in a new era of funding opportunities to finally close the digital divide. To connect the unconnected to affordable broadband, EducationSuperHighway has teamed up with organizations across Massachusetts to take advantage of this opportunity in three separate areas, described below.

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