AT&T* is planning a career mentoring program for secondary school students across Europe to help them succeed after they leave school.
Teaming up with Georgia Tech and Udacity to launch the first accredited Master of Science in Computer Science earned exclusively through the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) format.
Success measured by the power of students and mentors coming together.
For the next few weeks, as part of AT&T’s commitment to education through AT&T Aspire, we are doing a $250,000 matching campaign for classroom projects under $2,000 at our highest need schools.
Enabling 21st Century Learning Opportunities with a Three-Year Initiative as part of President Obama’s ConnectED Initiative
New program aims to inspire more young women to pursue STEM careers.
Helping Students Across America Reach Their Goal
Georgia Tech Launches First ‘Massive-Online’ Degree Program
Emerging technologies are innovating our education system and transforming classrooms. Learn how AT&T is improving innovation in education and bringing emerging technologies into schools.
Forecast for Blending Technology and Education in 2014
What's Happening Now to Prepare for the Future
AT&T’s Rachel Book will discuss tips for women on career planning, personal branding and more on the Levo League website Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Why Coding Gives Kids the Power
Fifteen-thousand students in California will soon say goodbye to textbooks for mobile devices. They are leading a nationwide digital learning trend, giving them access to learning inside and outside of the classroom. Learn how they are making it happen.
Innovation is standard practice at AT&T. That’s why employees are encouraged to apply for the new Online Master of Science in Computer Science through Georgia Tech and Udacity .See how the leader in technology brings you better innovation through higher education.
Over the next four years, America’s Promise Alliance will hold 100 Grad Nation Community Summits across the country – beginning next week in St. Louis, MO., on September 16. Learn how Five Promises will be essential resources to keeping kids in school by 2020.
Communities In Schools and AT&T are working together to expand and strengthen a proven model for success. Learn how mentoring, metrics and a mission are helping to boost graduation rates and improve futures for students at risk of dropping out.
An AT&T GPS-enabled mobile monitoring solution lets the Mobile County, Alabama Public School System keep track of the speed and location of every bus in real time. Whether headed to or from school, the district knows its students are safe.
Using your mobile device while studying abroad is more affordable than ever. Just in time for the 2013 school year, AT&T has offered a Study Abroad package that allows you to take the phone you currently use to over 150 countries and keep in touch with family and classmates back home.
Developers and startups now have more of a reason to connect and spark innovative ideas. We’ve expanded our AT&T Foundry innovation centers by opening two new facilities in Atlanta and Dallas.
Tablets are allowing students and teachers to annotate, communicate, and educate electronically. Using technology in a more educationally appropriate way helps connect the classroom and ultimately broaden the schools network.
Laura Merling, Vice President of Ecosystem Development & Platform Solutions with AT&T Business Solutions, recently penned a blog for the Huffington Post on what it takes to build a successful career in the STEM field.
The inaugural Women in Tech Hackathon brought women together in Palo Alto for an app design competition designed to inspire STEM careers.
AT&T furthers commitment to education with Roadtrip Nation partnership. Learn more about AT&T's education programs.
MBA students pay a visit to the AT&T Foundry to learn about innovative technology in development.
AT&T is committed to advancing education and is helping to lead the transformation. Technology is rapidly changing how and where students learn – and AT&T is driven to help students succeed – in school, in the workforce and in life.
The acronym stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and the need for more STEM workers is enormous. STEM jobs are important, because they are tied with how competitive the nation is in the global market.
AT&T is playing an important role in preparing girls and young women to work and succeed in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
In a recent study conducted by Grunwald Associates, the Learning First Alliance and AT&T, we found that more than 50 percent of parents believe that schools should make more use of mobile devices in education.