Connecting Communities for Digital Opportunity




United States

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World Education and AT&T are collaborating to advance digital equity, inclusion, and resilience, close persistent digital divides, and catalyze digital transformation through integrated digital literacy and access services. World Education will support AT&T's Connected Learning Centers (CLCs) housed within local nonprofit organizations in diverse rural, urban, and tribal communities across the United States.

The goal of the CLCs is to bridge the digital divide by providing, under one roof, free access to a range of digital resources for community residents, including: high-speed AT&T Fiber internet, Wi-Fi, Dell computers, free education resources, and tutoring and mentoring from AT&T employees and other community leaders.

The collaboration between World Education and AT&T will enhance the digital upskilling in more than 50 CLC host organizations and the communities they serve. World Education will provide technical assistance to help each organization design integrated digital literacy services aligned with their specific organizational mission, community needs, and goals.


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