The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development is now accepting applications for Phase IV of the CyberStart program, a multi-year technology and education initiative that provides computers, printers, internet access, eMail, educational resources, training and technical support free to eligible Pennsylvania child-care providers.
To date, more than 2,800 computers have been distributed to help about 6,000 teachers educate more than 48,000 children. Phase IV calls for the selection of 250 additional applicants to take part in 2004.

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