Relativity, a global legal technology company headquartered in Chicago, has announced that it will award 2018 Wired to Learn grants to public schools in DuPage, Lake, Will, and Cook Counties, the company said.
The grant is a key component of Relativity Gives, the company´s community outreach program, that works to ensure students in under-resourced schools have access to the technology, equipment, and training they need to be successful in today´s workforce.
Created in 2013 and awarded annually, the Wired to Learn grant is a three-year, milestone-contingent grant of up to USD 250,000 that provides resources to help teachers integrate technology into their everyday curriculum. For potential applicants, a series of information webinars scheduled for Dec. 21, Dec. 27, and Jan. 2 will further explain the application process.
Since the foundation of Relativity Gives, Relativity has provided more than USD 1.5 million dollars to Chicago Public Schools (CPS) through Wired to Learn and other giving initiatives to improve students´ learning experiences and prepare them for college and careers through the use of educational technology.
Relativity has been named one of Chicago´s Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune for seven consecutive years. Please contact Relativity at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.relativity.com for more information.