Quill has the answer to how to get kids to love learning
An education technology platform that kids gravitate toward and saves teachers time would be a dream right? Meet Quill, aiming to make your dreams come true.
Have your mind blown while teaching yourself how to budget
MindBlown Labs uses ed-tech to teach kids how make sound financial decisions, all while playing games.
Lea(R)n went to the source to improve education technology
After working with hundreds of active teachers and with AT&T’s Aspire program, Lea(R)n hopes it will make a real impact on education technology.
eduCanon empowers teachers to create and share
eduCanon teamed up with AT&Ts Aspire program to introduce software allowing teachers to better engage students using online videos.
GradGuru: An advisor at your fingertips
GradGuru joined forces with AT&T’s Aspire program to make it easier for students to graduate from community college.
Graduation! Congrats Aspire Accelerator 2015 Class
AT&T 2015 Aspire Accelerator participants impacted more than 2,000,000 students, 200,000 teachers, and 4,500 schools throughout the US.
Do One Thing: Team tackles challenges to make positive changes in the community
Don Creech, a senior manager at AT&T, has been named a 2015 DOT Champion for empowering employees to make a difference at work and home.
Big players are doing their part to help conserve water in California
AT&T partners with The Nature Conservancy as part of program that incents customers to prevent water waste at home.
10 historic innovations that assisted people with disabilities
AT&T celebrates 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Do One Thing: Mastering the Mind Through Meditation
Nitin Dogra, a senior project manager at AT&T, has been named a 2015 DOT Champion for his initiative to help fellow employees improve their physical and mental well-being.
AT&T challenges developers to enhance the lives of people with disabilities
The AT&T Connect Ability Challenge honors the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act by leveraging advanced technologies.
Hands on learning: Genesys Works training prepares disadvantaged students for future careers in technology
Through the support of AT&T, the educational non-profit is able to lead high school students on a path to college and beyond with a 95% success rate. [Video]