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Get the infrastructure you need to support digital learning today and in the future.
Hundreds of school districts have already taken advantage of our free tools and support.
A network upgrade can be challenging. Our team helps you plan and implement your upgrade to maximize federal and state funding.
Our mission is for all students across the country to have the bandwidth they need for digital learning. We work with school districts big and small; rural, urban, and in-between. If you are a school district leader seeking a better solution for high-speed Internet, we are here to help.
We offer technical assistance and actionable tools to help you plan and implement a network upgrade – all at no cost.
Our district upgrade program is designed to help you get ahead without increasing your workload. Whether you are in the midst of an upgrade or do not know yet if you need one, this program offers technical and procurement expertise to find sustainable and affordable Internet solutions for your schools. Our process begins with gaining a deep understanding of your technology needs. Next, we engage with the service provider community on your behalf to find you competitive options. Finally, we work with you to develop a strategy that supports your E-rate procurement process.
Discover if your school has enough bandwidth to support digital learning
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Download our free E-rate program templates to guide you through the Form 470 process
still need to upgrade to effectively use the Internet in their classrooms.
"We are so grateful for all your help with the RFP. Getting fiber to our district is a bigger project than we have ever taken on, but you made it seem easy!"
"In the beginning, we thought that this was too good to be true. What ESH is doing - at no cost and while being so helpful - is so hard to believe."
"I'm not sure we would have the ability to do this so easily without your data. It was an eye opener."