Through free connectivity solutions, AT&T is breaking down barriers to remote learning for the Milwaukee students who need it most. The organization provided 500 free hotspots as well as free internet connectivity to the Hmong American Peace Academy.
“Transitioning from a traditional classroom – with paper and pencil – to the use of devices, was a whole new ballgame for our teachers and our students, some of which are English learners,” said Bao Vickie Xiong, IT Director, HAPA Academy. “With the access provided by these hotspots, our students will be able to complete their assignments and continue learning.”
Read more about this donation to HAPA and others across the nation from the Milwaukee Courier.