Join school districts across America. Take action to identify students who lack home Internet.

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K-12 Digital Equity Outreach

Join school districts in every state to connect with families, understand their home digital access needs, and gather the data they need to close the digital divide.


Take Action to Connect Every Student at Home

Without home Internet and devices, millions of students will struggle to learn remotely. Follow the steps and take action to identify and connect those who lack home digital access.

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Watch our kick-off webinar and learn how to navigate essential tools and resources.

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Assemble a team, then create your data collection and outreach plan

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Reach out to families and collect home connectivity data.

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Visualize collected data and find Internet options for unconnected households.

Pledge to take action and get a 10-Day Plan to help you

kick-start your campaign:


Students’ Homes Have Become Their Classrooms

Connecting students who lack home Internet is critical to delivering an equitable educational experience this school year. Explore our essential resources to help school districts connect with families and understand their home digital access needs.

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Needs Assessment Playbook

Identify students who lack access to a device or Internet outside the classroom.

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Digital Equity Outreach Action Plan

Kick-start your school district’s campaign to collect home digital access data.

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Deliver a successful outreach campaign to families using our free tools and resources.


Join Education Leaders Across America

Closing the home digital access gap has become a priority, as many school districts anticipate continued reliance on remote or blended learning delivery this school year.
21 states are taking action to support home digital access data collection. 

A Blueprint for State Education Leaders

The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) has partnered with EducationSuperHighway to develop a blueprint for how state leaders can facilitate data collection to identify and address digital equity gaps.