Nonprofit provides computers, training for Atlanta students

03/5/2010 | WABE-FM (Atlanta)

An Atlanta-area middle school has partnered with a nonprofit group to help its students learn how to use computers and the Internet. Computers for Youth, which provides refurbished computers loaded with curriculum-aligned educational software to low-income students, worked on a recent Saturday morning with more than 90 students from Louise Radloff Middle School and their families, allowing them to take the computers home at the end of the session.

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