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Please Send Your Support for High Speed Bandwidth

Many of you have benefited from prior Digital Wish efforts. : ) The lack of high speed bandwidth in part of New Hampshire has become VERY obvious and an enormous obstacle to the remote learning effort that has been requested … Continue reading

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FCC Raises E-Rate Cap Despite Opposition

Their mission was the same: Help all students learn by providing them greater access to broadband in schools and libraries. But members of the Federal Communications Commission sharply disagreed about how to carry out that mission. The three Democrat commissioners … Continue reading

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District Network Upgrade Coaching

Helping to enable high-speed Internet in every classroom What is the program? EducationSuperHighway is partnering with school districts that want to upgrade their Internet infrastructure to support digital learning, but are unsure how to do it. We will work with … Continue reading

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Animation explains why it’s so important to protect net neutrality

Maybe net neutrality is just something you hear about on the news and see in headlines. Maybe it’s something you don’t want to bother to understand. Or maybe you know how important it is but don’t know how to explain … Continue reading

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Register Now for the NH Broadband Conference

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!  Please join us on Friday, May 16, 2014 at the Grappone Conference Center, Concord, New Hampshire. Registration is now open! For pricing and to register to attend, click here. For location and lodging information, and to make reservations … Continue reading

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Why Net Neutrality Matters to Education

Net neutrality–it’s a set of rules that makes the web free, ensuring equal treatment for all Internet traffic, regardless of whether one is browsing Khan Academy videos or cat clips. At present, the rules prevent Internet service providers (ISPs) from … Continue reading

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F.C.C. Says It Will Double Spending on High-Speed Internet in Schools and Libraries

WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission will double the amount of money it devotes to adding high-speed Internet connections in schools and libraries over the next two years, in an effort to meet President Obama’s promise to provide broadband service … Continue reading

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Districts Get Creative to Build Faster Internet Connections

Desperate for access to high-speed fiber-optic cable that can meet their demands for bandwidth, and frustrated with the ways in which federal regulations and large telecommunications companies often get in the way, some districts are getting creative. Fiber is generally … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Smart IT in 2014

As 2013 draws to an end, it’s time for the savvy district technology leader to look forward. We asked some smart leaders for their best ideas (and will share some of our own) to get 2014 off to a great … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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