To help bridge the homework gap for our Georgia students, especially amidst COVID, AT&T contributed $100,000 to the Georgia Foundation for Public Education, providing Wi-Fi to nearly 450 school buses in 36 school systems in rural parts of Georgia. The contribution also included two free months of service for each device.
"AT&T is doing our state a great service, helping us take a step forward to address the lack of available broadband connectivity for Georgia students."Governor Brian Kemp
"AT&T is doing our state a great service, helping us take a step forward to address the lack of available broadband connectivity for Georgia students," said Governor Kemp. "This issue has come into sharp focus during the COVID-19 pandemic as so many rural students struggle to continue remote learning without internet access. We thank AT&T for recognizing that the children affected by this lack of connectivity are the young people who represent our future. Their generosity will leave a lasting legacy."
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