AT&T Invests $10 Million to Raise High School Graduation Rates

AT&T Launches Aspire Request for Proposal for Funding Organizations with Proven Success in Keeping Kids in School
Press Release

Dallas, December 16, 2013 /3BL Media/ –   It takes caring professionals and a relentless focus on results to make sure students stay in school and succeed. That’s why next month, AT&T* will launch the 2014 AT&T Aspire High School Success Initiative Request for Proposal to keep kids in the classroom.

Bringing Social Innovation a Little Closer to Home

Beth Shiroishi, Vice President, Sustainability & Philanthropy at AT&T Reflects on 2012

By: Beth Shiroishi, Vice President, Sustainability & Philanthropy

Some parts of my job are so great that I really can’t help but talk about them.

1 Million Hours, Unlimited Potential


1 Million Hours, Unlimited Potential

By: Janice Evans-Page

One of the reasons why I love being an AT&T employee is the fact that I get to work with exceptional people every day. 

Helping Students Graduate: One Community at a Time


At AT&T, we’re all about raising the bar. In education, that means being part of a national movement to set big goals for improving student success. It’s an effort that starts locally, at the school around the corner or the community center down the street. 

GameDesk: Where Technology, Fun and Academic Success Converge


By Beth Shiroishi

It only takes 5 minutes of watching my kids play with tablets and mobile phones to quickly realize the lure the digital world has on young minds. These technologies are intuitive, hands-on, and engaging, but  more often than not, I’m negotiating with my kids over how much time they “have to spend” on educational apps before they can get back to what they want to play.  

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