The AT&T Connected Learning Program Commits $3M to Khan Academy Education Content, Plus Provides Free Hot Spots for Students.
According to an AT&T press release:
This is part of the AT&T Connected Learning program, which was announced in April with a companywide $2 billion, 3-year commitment to bridge the digital divide. The program aims to help stem learning loss, narrow the homework gap, and deliver high quality learning experiences anywhere today’s connected students learn.
“Millions of students have struggled to keep up with learning this year because of the pandemic – a challenge felt most acutely amongst our most vulnerable students in underserved rural and urban communities,” said Charlene Lake, senior vice president, Corporate Social Responsibility, AT&T. “We are proud to collaborate with Khan Academy to provide students and teachers with free online education resources that help them catch up from the past school year and stay engaged in learning this summer.”
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