AT&T announced last week it will pour $250 million into programs to promote high school graduation and career readiness over the next five years. The company will give the money through grants to schools, community organizations, and others helping at-risk students graduate and prepare for college and careers. The focus will be on supporting innovative programs that leverage technology to promote educational attainment.
A version of this article appeared in the March 28, 2012 edition of Education Week as AT&T to Give Millions for H.S. Programs