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

A Roadmap for State Leaders

How to ensure that broadband is never a bottleneck.

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Learn how we are working to accelerate school upgrades in your state.

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State Partnerships

Find out how our state model helped a Virginia school district access reliable Internet.

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Arkansas leads the nation in
classroom connectivity

State leaders encouraged to make digital learning
a reality in every classroom, every day.

How we work with states

We partner with governors and state leaders to set goals, identify opportunities to deploy scalable infrastructure, and increase affordability by providing consulting services and tools for school districts. Our goal is to ensure that state leaders are able to take advantage of billions in FCC funding to get scalable broadband infrastructure to every school, Wi-Fi in every classroom, and broadband schools can afford.

Scalable broadband infrastructure

Get Wi-Fi to every classroom

Make broadband affordable

Our state initiatives

We are honored to work with governors and state agency leaders across the country to connect all students to the promise of digital learning. Hover over your state to see if there’s already a broadband initiative in place to help you connect your students.

Click on a highlighted state to learn more about our past and current partnerships.

With the growing demand for robust connectivity in the classroom, state leaders face a complex challenge in bringing access to scale.

We’re here to help your state achieve equal access to broadband in all of your schools. EducationSuperHighway is not a service provider nor a vendor. As a mission-driven non-profit, we offer all our products and services at no charge.

Learn more about school connectivity in your state

View our annual State of the States Report, where we show you the numbers behind years of state success in closing the connectivity gap and highlight the remaining challenges and how state leaders can tackle them.

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ESH became an integral member of our state team and added much-needed capacity and focus to our efforts.

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