Internet speeds at Pioneer Central School buildings meet or exceed federal recommendations, according to a state audit.
According to the Batavia Daily News, the results of the audit were announced July 29 by the New York State Comptroller’s Office.
The Federal Communications Commission recommends a bandwidth of 100 Megabits per second per 1,000 students.
When tested, the average wireless internet download speed at Pioneer Central School buildings was 134 Mbps and the average ethernet cable internet download speed was 706 Mbps.
A total of 33 teachers were surveyed as part of the audit. The results showed that 11 of the 12 teachers who responded were satisfied with their Internet connectivity.
Arcade Elementary had the district’s highest download speeds.