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ConnectED Initiative (Phase II)

Type: Corporate
Source: AT&T
Program: ConnectED Initiative (Phase II)
Eligibility:
Applications may be submitted for Middle Schools and High
Schools only. An applicant school must either be eligible to
receive Title 1 funding or be one in which more than 50% of
enrolled students are eligible to participate in the National
School Lunch program. 



For additional requirements, please visit the website (link
provided below). 

Purpose:
In June of 2013, President Obama announced the ConnectED
initiative, which empowers teachers with technology and training,
and students with access to digital resources. Currently, fewer
than 30% of classrooms have internet access that supports digital
learning. The initiative will connect 99% of classrooms to enable
next-generation digital learning. 




AT&T has pledged more than $100 million to give middle and
high school students in Title 1 schools free Internet connectivity
for educational devices over their wireless network for three
years.



AT&T’s mobile broadband service will enable students
to utilize tablets and other mobile devices for educational
purposes that support student learning in new and more effective
ways.


Deadline: 11-05-2014
Quantity: Unknown
Website: Website