The 1Million Project is a five-year program that will connect one million low-income high school students who don’t have internet access at home to help level the playing field and eliminate the “Homework Gap.”
Sprint is launching Year 1 of the 1Million Project in August 2017 with over 1,300 schools across 30 states to provide over 180,000 high school students with free wireless service and devices. A full list of all participating schools and school districts is available here.
- August 14, 2017: Sprint’s 1Million Project to Connect 180,000 Students Nationwide in the 2017-2018 School Year
- January 18, 2017: Sprint’s 1Million Project Online Donation Site Now Available to Help Disadvantaged High School Students
- December 12, 2016: Sprint Announces 1Million Project Pilot Participants in 11 Cities to Provide Free Wireless Devices and Service to Students
- October 11, 2016: Sprint Provides Free Wireless Devices and Service to 1 Million Disadvantaged Students
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