Bridging the Digital Divide

We’re committed to connecting kids across the country to learning.

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Closing the Homework Gap


While the homework gap is not new, the critical need to stay digitally connected to our school, work family and friends has never been clearer. Yet nearly 17 million children are unable to take part in digital learning because they don’t have an internet connection or device. We’re committed to helping close this gap and support students disconnected from learning.


We're investing in projects and organizations that connect students, parents and teachers to learning resources, economic opportunities, and community support.


Connecting Students
Education Innovation
Connect Every American to Broadband
Bridging the Digital Divide

Connected Learning

Access, Affordability and Devices

To help close the gap and enable connected learning, AT&T is helping increase access to products and services necessary to keep students and schools connected.


Our $10 million commitment
E-Rate 3.0 for a Remote Learning World
Closing the Homework Gap Together
Access from AT&T
Offer for qualified schools
Discounts for teachers

We will also expand availability of tech-enabled tools and learning resources for students, teachers, schools, and parents working across company resources, including WarnerMedia, for ongoing support for this initiative.


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Our Collaborators



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Junior Achievement

City Year

America’s Promise Alliance

Urban Alliance

Girls Who Code

Urban Arts

Fresh Films

Communities In Schools

Proyecto Pastoral

Jobs for America’s Graduates

Civic Enterprises

Genesys Works

College Possible

Friends of the Children

Child Net

Project Grad Houston

Rutgers University – Rutgers Future Scholars

YMCA of Greater New York