This Internet Broadband Speed Test is provided free by SETDA for K-12 schools to provide real-time information on broadband connection speed and quality. Access to high-quality broadband at school is critical to ensuring students and teachers can rely on online instructional resources, tools and services.
There are four steps to using the K-12 Internet Broadband Speed Test:
To get the best measure of maximum connection speed, run the speed test when Internet usage at your school is at its lowest – early in the morning, late in the evening or over the weekend. You may run the speed test multiple times to gain an understanding of available bandwidth throughout the day. If you are using the results as information to submit to the Technology Readiness Tool provided by PARCC and Smarter Balanced, please refer to guidance from the consortia for the optimal time to run the tool.
To start the speed test, please use the forms below or first learn about the tool and its use.
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