Potential Is Everywhere. opportunity is not.

Unleashing Students’ Potential

As a 1Million Project high school, you’re helping close America’s Homework Gap – and our nation's opportunity gap.

By participating in the 1Million Project, you’re giving your students a tool that has the potential to help them grow, achieve and excel in today’s digital learning environment. And as you know better than most, this is preparation is essential as we face a dynamic and challenging future work environment.

The demand from high schools to participate in our program has been tremendous. During the first year of our program, we've been proud to distribute 190,000 devices to more than 1,400 high schools in 120 districts across 30 states.

How to Apply

We are now accepting applications for Year 2, which begins with the 2018-19 school year. Please  to apply. We will send all applicants will receive a response in the spring of 2018, letting them know if they have been accepted into the four-year program. The application deadline is January 31, 2018. Applications MUST be submitted by a high school or school district. Applications submitted by individual students or parents will not be accepted.

If you are interested in applying but would like to learn more about program eligibility and requirements, we invite you to join one of our upcoming pre-application calls taking place on Jan. 11, 16 and 17 from 1:00-2:00pm ET. These calls will also be a terrific opportunity to ask the 1Million Project team any application questions you may have. Please email  to register for one of these calls.

You can also contact if you have any questions about the application process.

“We're trying to turn our kids into 21st century learners but many of our students don’t have access to 21st century devices when they leave school. The 1Million Project solves this for us. Plus, it will allow for equity to be at the forefront of education for KCPS students. When students are given the tools to learn in an equitable manner—they are more likely to succeed.”

Dr. Mark Bedell,Superintendent of Kansas City Public Schools,Kansas City, Missouri

Reflections from School Administrators

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