Non-Profit EducationSuperHighway Launches Comprehensive National Effort to Upgrade the Internet Access in America’s Public Schools

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Dec 4, 2013) – EducationSuperHighway, the nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing high speed broadband to the nation’s K-12 public schools, today announced that it is launching a comprehensive national effort to upgrade America’s schools. Mark Zuckerberg’s Startup:Education, the Gates Foundation and several other foundations and education entities are making a multi-year investment in EducationSuperHighway’s mission to ensure all students have equal access to the promise of digital learning.

“Game changing technologies are transforming teaching and learning, but over 40 million students are being left behind without the Internet access and Wi-Fi they need to take full advantage of digital learning,” said Evan Marwell, CEO of EducationSuperHighway. “If we want our children to be competitive in the global knowledge economy, we must upgrade the Internet infrastructure in America’s public schools.”

Read the entire article by Wynne Ahern Kokka of EducationSuperHighway on Digital Journal at

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