This pilot study in Alexandria City Public Schools identified several key findings for researchers to consider when planning future work on measuring broadband speeds in public schools. First, it is clear that school districts need affordable options for network measurement tools—there is a broad need for open tools that can meet the demands of public school networks. To solve this problem, however, developers must first understand the complexities of network measurement in schools, taking into account any network management practices that school administrators use. Beyond network measures, network administrators will also have to account for potential upstream “interconnection” arrangements that could be affecting network performance. Finally, in order to make informed decisions about the network, there must be a clear feedback loop between data on overall network capacity and performance measurement in the classroom.