#MyBrothersKeeper Program & Sprint Will Give Free Internet Access to 1M Students
On Tuesday, The White House announced a new pledge with Sprint to give 1 million high school students without home internet, new digital devices and four years of mobile broadband service.
The move is part of the Obama administration’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative, a public-private partnership designed to help solve the “persistent opportunity gaps facing boys and young men of color.”
As a part of the program between Sprint and the White House, schools in lower-income communities will be able to choose tablets, smartphones, mobile broadband-enabled laptops, or Wi-Fi hotspots.
Other tech companies such as Apple, Verizon and Adobe have donated software and devices to the ConnectED initiative in the past.
Click link to read more about President Obama’s Initiative MyBrothersKeeper.
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