A philanthropic victim of corporate downsizing, the AT&T Foundation will no longer accept unsolicited proposals for its school technology grants program. As a result, more than $25 million in funds will be directed primarily to those schools and other entities that already have received AT&T grants.

The unannounced policy shift is related to a corporate downsizing. The foundation's staff is so reduced it can no longer handle the high volume of requests for grants, said Marilyn Reznick, the foundation's vice president of education.

The change is important to education. The AT&T Foundation has been popular among school technology...

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