The AT&T Aspire Accelerator Program
Hitting the accelerator on learning
The AT&T Aspire Accelerator connects ed-tech entrepreneurs to the resources they need to drive exponential change in how kids learn.
Roughly 63% of U.S. students graduate high school each year unable to read proficiently1, jeopardizing their ability to earn a college degree or secure a high-wage job.
Washington, DC-based nonprofit, CommonLit, is one of the six organizations that make up the 2016 Accelerator class. By delivering free digital instructional materials they help teachers spark an interest in reading that can grow into a lifetime of learning.
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invested in our wireless and wireline networks over the past 5 years (2012 -2016)2
Nearly 325 million
people and businesses across America covered by the AT&T wireless network
Nearly 4 million
locations where we market our ultra-fast network powered by AT&T Fiber
internet connections in service
committed through AT&T Aspire since 2008 to promote student success in school and beyond
Sources: 1. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Nation’s Report Card, 2015 I Mathematics & Reading at Grade 12; 2. Includes U.S. and International capital investment and acquisitions of wireless operations and spectrum.