The K-20 Educational Network is a high-speed, high-capacity network
that connects colleges, universities, K-12 school districts and
libraries across Washington state. K-12 schools and educational
organizations rely on the K-20 network to run hundreds of data-based
applications that support school administration, distance learning and
New Fee Structure for K-20 Network Connection & Example Calculations
Beginning in 2013-14, the basis for your K-20 network total fee will move from actual usage to connection speed. This important shift in the cost basis makes it possible to factor in the E-rate discount and compare that total fee to what your district paid last year. Your invoice for 2013-14 will reflect the lower of those two dollar amounts.
Videoconferencing & Tech Support
Schedule a video conference
Contact K-20 network tech support
Bandwidth, Caching Services & IP Addresses
Request more bandwidth
Locate a DNS caching server
Add or manage IP addresses
Learn more about broadband
Schedule a Video Conference
K-20 Technical Support
RITUs are frontline support for school districts.
- Contact your RITU (Regional Institutional Technical Unit).
- Contact your ITU (Institutional Technical Unit).
Learn More About Broadband
Use the National Broadband Map to search, analyze and map broadband availability across the United States.
Check out the Washington State Broadband Office for up-to-date information on the move to install affordable broadband service across Washington. This site represents a partnership among federal and state governments, broadband service providers, citizens and community-based organizations.
Request More Bandwidth
Here’s how to apply.
Bandwidth usage charts
Locate a DNS Caching Server
There are servers at three K-20 network node sites.
IP Address Management
How to apply for an IP address.
Criteria and Requirements