Think Together, Compton Unified and AT&T Expand Digital Learning with The Achievery

Think Together and AT&T have officially launched The Achievery into 175 Think Together program sites starting with Compton High School and its Think Together older youth program.

Joined by leaders from Compton Unified, AT&T and Think Together, students and educators alike celebrated the expansion of digital learning opportunities in their community.

Thanks to a $525,000 contribution from AT&T, Think Together staff will be able to train and purchase the technology needed to implement lesson plans from The Achievery. In addition to staff training, $267,500 of the budget will be allocated for technology and IT support. The Achievery, powered by AT&T, is a digital education platform designed to support K-12 learning during out-of-school (OST) programs. This new learning platform offers educational lessons in STEM, Digital Literacy, Social-Emotional Learning, College and Career Readiness and more.

The Achievery will benefit students and communities by expanding access to educational opportunities, fostering a culture of continuous learning, and equipping students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school and beyond. By investing in digital leaning initiatives like The Achievery, we contribute to closing the opportunity gap and promoting equitable access to education for all.

“Think Together saw it as a natural choice to launch The Achievery program, aiming to leverage the students’ ownership of the program and aligning with Think Together’s culture of student agency and engagement,” mentioned General Manager of the Southeast Los Angeles region, Lesley Martin.

Think Together and AT&T are excited to help spread digital learning to Think Together students and look forward to the impact that is still to come.

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