Increasing connectivity in and outside the classroom.

We provide K-12 educators, administrators, parents, and students with internet access, devices, and resources for sustained connectivity and distance learning.

Internet connectivity is as critical to learning as books and pencils.

With insufficient infrastructure and a lack of resources, the impact on distance education can be felt nationwide.

71% of superintendents cite lack of student home internet access¹

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, internet access varies by geography and race. Students in rural areas as well as black, Latinx, American Indian and Native Alaskans have lower than average access.2 We’re working hard to close the homework gap.

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“Connectivity is about opening up a world of vocabulary, experiences, and opportunities to see, hear, and learn from peers who just happen to be in other places.”

Dr. Kiesha Taylor, National Education Administrator, T-Mobile

Helping K-12 educators with the tools for success.

We’re here to enable distance learning and sustainable connectivity. In our eBook, you’ll learn about:

Closing the homework gap.

Helping ensure that every student has equitable
access to education.

Teacher tips.

Navigate distance education from revisiting fundamentals to distance learning tools.

Harnessing technology.

Keep kids safe online and leverage existing tools without overloading students, parents, and teachers.

Meeting remote challenges.

Find new approaches from stretching and self-care to communicating in a new way.

Learn about creating a sustainable connectivity plan.

We believe access to the internet equals opportunity.

“Prior to the pandemic, between 15 and 18 million U.S. students out of 50 million total lived in a household that lacked either internet access, a digital device, or both.”



Providing millions of children with service, hotspots, and more.

Access to the internet is access to opportunity. Project 10Million continues to help close the digital divide by giving students free data, free mobile hotspots, and at-cost laptops and tablets needed for learning in classrooms and at home.

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