Why are we conducting the National SchoolSpeedTest?
Aren’t all of our schools already connected to the Internet?
How much Internet access does a school need?
How do I run a SchoolSpeedTest at my school?
Who can run the SchoolSpeedTest?
From what computer or device should I run the SchoolSpeedTest?
Why do my results vary each time I run the SchoolSpeedTest?
Why do I need to be connected to my school’s network to run the SchoolSpeedTest?
Why do we need to run the test more than once at my school?
What time should I run my SchoolSpeedTest?
Where in my school should I run the SchoolSpeedTest?
I’m connected to my school’s network but I can’t get to www.SchoolSpeedTest.org. What do I do?
What results does the SchoolSpeedTest provide?
Why do I get different results when I use another speed test tool?
Who will have access to the data from the SchoolSpeedTest?
Broadband explained — What is broadband?
Broadband explained — What is a LAN?
Broadband explained — What is a WAN?
Broadband explained - What determines the speed of my school’s Internet access?
Broadband explained - What does Mbps stand for?
Broadband explained - What is the difference between a bit and a byte?
Who is EducationSuperHighway?
How will EducationSuperHighway use the data from the SchoolSpeedTest?
How does the SchoolSpeedTest work?
What web sites does the SchoolSpeedTest check to see if they are blocked?
Does the SchoolSpeedTest do any user validation before it runs?
What happens once a user has been validated?
Why do my results differ from other speed tests?