AT&T is helping Topeka Public Schools keep kids in class. Wednesday, AT&T presented a $25,000 grant to TPS at Capital City School.
The money will go toward development of their reading and math curriculum. Capital City principal Tim Wurtz says a better curriculum will help kids be better prepared for the workforce.
He also says they hope to get help from KU on developing those better programs.
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