Digital Convergence

   

1 Million Project

About This Project

Through the 1 Million Project (1MP), Miami-Dade County Public Schools has partnered with the 1 Million Project Foundation to help close the homework gap by providing free devices (smartphones/hotspots) and wireless service to eligible low income high school students who do not have home internet access. Eligible students will have use of the device and Internet service for the time they are enrolled in high school, up to four years. This is a five-year project, starting in 2017-2018. Each year, devices will be distributed to eligible students who will keep them until they graduate from high school.

Students will be receiving the following:

 
Smartphone (Android) or hotspot devices
 
10 GB per month of free high-speed LTE data while on the Sprint Network
 
Unlimited data is available at 2G speeds
 
Free hotspot capability and unlimited domestic calls/texts while on the Sprint Network

School Site Documents/Presentations/Links

2019-2020 1MP Implementation Plan

 
2019-2020 M-DCPS District Implementation Plan - Year 3
 
2019-2020 School Site 1MP Implementation Plan

Training/Support Materials

 
School Site 1 MP Contacts
 
1MP Liaisons Training Meeting: PowerPoint
 
Data Usage Best Practice
 
Device Activation Best Practices
 
Sprint Activation Day Checklist
 
1MP Activation Training Webinar: PowerPoint | PDF
 
Procedures for Handling Defective, Damaged, Lost Devices
 
1MP Lunch & Learn Flyer
 
1MP School Resources
 
1MP End-of-Year Summary 2018-2019
 
Sprint Prepaid Activation Portal

Parent Consent Form

 
English:   MS Word I PDF
 
Spanish:  MS Word I PDF
 
Creole:   MS Word I PDF

TFA Parent Consent Form

 
English
 
Spanish
 
Creole

SMA-GED Parent Consent Form

 
English
 
Spanish
 
Creole

Student & Parent Documents/Presentations/Links

 
1 MP Information Brochure - English | Spanish | Creole
 
Manage Your Account Flyer: English I Spanish
 
Parent Resource Guide

 

 

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