School Broadband Audit
On this page, explore summary information on broadband speed, monthly cost of broadband service, and technologies used in the classroom in 53 public school districts in Alaska. Connect Alaska collected and validated this data as part of the Alaska School Broadband Audit. The audit is a comprehensive project that will inform educators, policymakers, and parents on the gaps Alaska public schools face in using broadband.
Explore the Report:
Please click a district below to see the summary results of Connect Alaska's survey of school districts across the state. A comprehensive statewide report is to be released late May 2015.
As connectivity needs among Alaska schools are increasing, rural and non-rural districts alike are in a position to capitalize on countless opportunities provided by increased bandwidth. While the possibilities are great, Alaskan educators need funding for greater bandwidth to serve the students of the state's largely rural educational system.
To learn more about broadband's role in Alaskan education, please see the following report outlining the results of Connect Alaska's survey of school districts across the state.
|Broadband: A Critical Element|
of Education in Alaska
|FCC E-Rate Modernization|
Impact on Alaska K-12 Schools
|February 2015||February 2015|