Grant to provide disadvantaged Tenn. students with computers

08/19/2010 | Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), The

A program in Tennessee is receiving $2.3 million in federal stimulus money to provide computers to disadvantaged foster children and to Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the state. The program, which is part of the nonprofit Connected Tennessee, offers the computers as a reward for the students when they succeed in school. "A computer is a tool many take for granted," the group's executive director said.

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