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Our Connectivity Toolkit contains guidance and best practices to help you find and compare Internet options for students that lack home access.
There is no universal solution to connecting students to remote learning. Explore multiple options to get your students connected.
Quick Guide to Connecting
Students at Home
Essential steps for school districts when designing a home Internet access program.
Connectivity Essentials: Low-Cost Residential Broadband Solutions
Existing residential broadband solutions are an essential tool to connect students during COVID-19.
Super Hotspots (Fixed & Mobile)
Where home Internet access for students is a challenge, Wi-Fi buses offer a solution.
Connectivity Essentials: Personal Hotspots
Why personal hotspots are a viable solution to connect students outside of the classroom.
Guide to Sponsored Service through K-12 Bridge to Broadband
Learn how sponsored service can help you take the financial burden of paying for Internet off families.
Family Outreach Planning: Scripts and Talking Points
Resources to help you inform families about your school district’s sponsored service program.
How Alternative Learning Spaces Support Continuous Access
Enable students to learn in a safe and supervised environment, with continuous access to the Internet.
Low-Cost Internet Solutions
Tools and resources to help school districts identify connectivity options for students who don’t have a broadband connection at home.
Search Low-Cost Internet Options to Connect Your Students
Enter a ZIP code to see special broadband offers to connect K-12 students in your area.
Promote Low-Cost Internet Options to Your Families
Tools and resources to help you collate and communicate low-cost Internet options.
Home Access Solutions for Rural School Districts
Support for students in the third of all rural households who have little or no broadband.