Digitunity recently announced a $2.5 million contribution from AT&T to help bridge the digital divide for underserved students and their families in 10 U.S. cities. Over two years, 20,000 K-12 students and their families who lack devices to participate in virtual learning will receive free or low-cost computers, as well as tech and digital literacy support to help them effectively engage in today’s digital learning environment.
This project is part of AT&T’s $2 billion commitment from 2021-2024 to bridge the digital divide through efforts to promote broadband affordability, accessibility, and safe technology adoption. For more information on how to get involved, please contact Karisa Tashjian, Digitunity’s Director of Programs by clicking here. You can also read the press release about this project by clicking here or on the image below.