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The power to deliver world-class education across Washington State—together.
Every day, in hundreds of locations from kindergarten classrooms to graduate school programs across the state, education professionals and students rely on the K-20 Education Network to connect, collaborate, and gain equal access to the best in local, national and global resources. We’re the only high-speed, high-capacity network entirely dedicated to meeting the unique needs and diverse interests of Washington State’s educational community.
TAKE OFF WITH PROJECT BRAVO
When pilot Jeff Geer flies his biplane from Bellingham, Washington to Provideniya, Russia, his flight team at Mossyrock Elementary will be 'along for the ride'.
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TEACH WITH TVW IS NOW ONLINE
Explore TVW video resources on Washington State government for teachers and students.
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RESULTS OF STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE
K-20 ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT

Read the State Auditor's Office final report from the recent K-20 Education Network Activity Assessment.
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K-20 Spam Alert!
Some K-20 customers have been receiving a spam email to participate in a survey about K-20. This was not initiated by K-20 and should be deleted immediately.

NoaNet Outage Update
Tuesday, May 12th 2015, between 3am and 7pm, a large number of K-20 sites with tail circuits provided by CenturyLink/NoaNet experienced intermittent service interruptions and outages. The K-20 Network Operations Center was immediately aware of these incidents and determined the issue was caused by the NoaNet Network. K-20 initiated and maintained constant communications with NoaNet throughout the outage to provide our customers with accurate and timely updates.

On May 14th 2015, NoaNet provided a full technical briefing on the root cause of the May 12th outage, which was a combination of faults in technical design and human error. NoaNet has committed to diligently correcting these design errors and implementing additional controls to prevent future incidents from impacting K-20 users in the future.