National School Broadband Test

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September 14, 2012 The non-profit organization Education Superhighway has launched a National School Broadband Test in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Education to take an inventory of the state of Internet access in K-12 schools. Their objective is to collect 1 million responses (10 per school) on the ACTUAL performance of the Internet in our classrooms and school libraries. The information gathered will be used to raise awareness of the need to upgrade the Internet access in our schools as a prerequisite to digital learning.

Help determine your school's Internet access quality by asking ten of your colleagues or students to each take one minute at www.SchoolSpeedTest.org from a computer or wireless device connected to your school's network.