Narrowing the homework gap by connecting kids across the country to learning.

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AT&T Connected Learning


Millions of children are unable to take part in digital learning because they don’t have an internet connection or device. Through AT&T Connected Learning, we are investing in digital inclusion, literacy and learning to help connect today’s learners with skills, resources, and opportunities for success – in and out of the classroom. It’s part of our $2 billion commitment to bridge the digital divide through low-cost broadband service and community investment and builds on the $600 million we’ve committed since 2008 to programs that help millions of students across all 50 states and around the world.


Narrowing the Homework Gap

Our goal is to provide 1 million K-12 students with the technology and skills needed to succeed by 2025. We’re also working to provide 1 million people with tools and resources to engage safely and positively on all screens by 2030.





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Through our work with Connected Nation, we’re providing internet hotspots to students in need. We’re also launching AT&T Connected Learning Centers equipped with fiber broadband, Wi-Fi, computers, essential tech and digital learning resources to help bridge the digital divide.



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Millions of students don’t have access to a connected computer at home. To advance digital inclusion, AT&T is working with organizations like Digitunity and PCs for People to provide refurbished devices, tech support and skills training. 


Learning Opportunities

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Our Connected Learning portal, under development with WarnerMedia, will engage students through exclusive content that supports socio-emotional learning and critical thinking skills.

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76% of parents and 81% of teachers remain concerned about the homework gap.

Of those impacted, parents (35%) and teachers (29%) say their students’ top method of coping with the gap is using a mobile phone to complete assignments.

35% of parents and 39% of teachers say their children had to seek internet connectivity somewhere outside the home.

Nearly half of parents reported being at least somewhat confused about where to find online learning resources.

Parents and teachers cited “not receiving enough help” and “it’s boring” as their students’ biggest frustrations with online learning.

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


Connecting Vulnerable Students Today
AT&T Helping Students Stay Connected
Connected Learning Centers

Narrowing the Homework Gap

Access, Affordability and Offers

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.


Emergency Broadband Benefit
Access from AT&T
Offers for schools
Discounts for teachers

AT&T is committed to working with legislators and policymakers to help ensure the educational and economic success of Americans by making broadband connectivity more accessible, affordable and sustainable.


Broadband Access and Affordability

Public Policy and the Digital Divide

Digital Literacy

Students, teachers, schools and parents need tech-enabled tools and resources to learn how to make the most of their connectivity.  We’re leveraging company resources, including WarnerMedia to empower them to succeed in the digital era.


Get digital parenting resources
Thoughts on Digital Literacy

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Our Collaborators



Connected Nation

Year Up


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